Skeletal remains used by a Norwegian Black Metal Band lead the team to explore the underground music scene. Gordon-Gordon prepares to retire from psychology, but not before meeting with ...
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Skeletal remains used by a Norwegian Black Metal Band lead the team to explore the underground music scene. Gordon-Gordon prepares to retire from psychology, but not before meeting with Sweets and helping Bones and Booth solve their current case.Written by
Dr. Gordon Wyatt's rock star alter ego, the "bisexual spaceman" Noddy Comet, was derived from David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust persona. See more »
When the forensics are talking about how skull (Skalle) is pronounced in Norwegian, Clark Edison is actually the one who pronounces the word correctly, despite Brennan's insistence otherwise. See more »
Though I'm not a fan o f the rock band story line, there were some aspects in this episode that I found endearing.
Gordon Gordon is back, and he and Sweets meet to have a discussion about Booth and Brennan. Gordon makes an interesting observation of Booth and Brennan (one knows they love the other, but the other is clueless).
Sweets' past is also revealed. Brennan mentions what she saw, then Gordon Gordon figures the rest out, informing Sweets then Booth.
The closing scene is my favorite of the episode - A very touching and telling scene between Booth and Brennan where Sweets comes to a conclusion. I watched it twice, and saw what he saw. It's revealed in Season 5.
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