A clumsy parachutist landing in a tree discovers a corpse covered in silk cocoon webs. It's identified as pseudo-scientific author and adventurer Sutton. He married Marina Tovah, whom he met on expedition in Chechenya, from where he brought Sapiens and Neanderthal bones found on a single site. Her excessively competitive attitude, marked by Sweets as an educational risk for Christine, hinders Dr. Clark Edison's examination, putting Hodgins in the middle. Booth looks for the Sutton's problems with violent in-laws, publisher and eccentric Texan expedition sponsor.
Did You Know?
When Sweets asked Mr. Wilson if he bought historical artifacts, he showed some pictures. One was the Willendorf Venus, a 11.1 cm tall (4.4 in) Venus figurine about 30,000 BCE. It was found in Willendorf, Austria and is now in the Naturhistorisches Museum in Vienna, Austria. See more
Throughout the script several character refer to individual skeletons as "homo sapien", as if "homo sapiens" were a plural form. The characters are sufficiently well educated not to make that mistake. Even the IMDB submission checker recognises it. See more
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