The Jeffersonian team is traumatized by Sweets's fatal shooting, but determined to do the late Lance justice by catching the killer. Booth takes charge with nerdy fellow FBI agent James Aubrey. They find his killer, a military vet, on a nearby roof, apparently fatally shot himself, but actually sneakily knife-stabbed to death, expertly. Blackmail in high DC circles keeps blocking their legal moves, almost driving Booth to illegal vengeance, but Hodgins thinks of a zoological model to chart the chain of blackmail since Hoover. Thus the FBI agents find evidence to sustain the hypothetical family tree of secrets-sustained super-scoundrels.
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It doesn't make a lot of sense that Arastoo wouldn't be at Sweet's funeral considering that he not only knew and worked with Sweets, but that he is also Cam's boyfriend and would be there with her. See more
Dr. Jack Hodgins
So, in 1944 the US Army used wire recorders such as this to record fake information to confuse German spies
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Dr. Hodgins, please tell me you put in a proper requisition for this and didn't steal from the exhibit
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan
Your signature gave me blanket approval for all our requisitions. Thank you again
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