Booth, still suffering some lingering effects from his brain surgery, has to get re-certified for FBI marksmanship, but is not the accurate shot he was before going under the knife. ...
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Booth, still suffering some lingering effects from his brain surgery, has to get re-certified for FBI marksmanship, but is not the accurate shot he was before going under the knife. Meanwhile, the team at the Jeffersonian investigates the remains of a little person discovered in a sinkhole. The victim, Bryce DaFonte, also known as "The Iron Leprechaun," competed in a popular wrestling league, but the popularity of the franchise left him with many enemies, including bitter competitors and scorned lovers, any of whom could have caused his downfall.Written by
The original airing of this episode was 11 November 2009, during an event called Simpson's Scavenger Hunt. All Simpson's references are not coincidental. See more »
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Dr. Lance Sweets:
Do I even have the *right* to publish my book? And make public what these two can't admit to themselves.
Dr. Gordon Wyatt:
Don't ask me. I'm just a chef.
Dr. Gordon Wyatt:
I gave up the game *precisely* so I don't have to face that kind of dilema.
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Love seeing Gordon Gordon! Everyone has such a good rapport with him. Angela and he like to assess Booth and Brennan's relationship. Gordon and Sweets evaluate the relationship from another angle, and they all come to the same conclusion involving Booth and Brennan. Of course, we don't need Gordon's affirmation to know what we've known since Season 1!
Booth also admits to something big in this episode, and it's proved in the last scene. We are getting so much closer, yet it still seems so far away!
Oh, and the main story: it's another age-old money and greed Biblical story.
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