An adult female's battered corpse in found in a river whirlpool, is identified as an obsessive cookie jars collector. Suspects include the main supplier she publicly vilified, a rival collector, someone who believes she had his Babe Ruth jar stolen and her own neglected heiress-daughter. Booth is meanwhile caught between his addicts anonymous meetings, bookie and Bones's complete lack of understanding.
Did You Know?
The item stolen in this episode is a Babe Ruth cookie jar. Ty Panitz who plays Parker Booth, is the great great grandson of Babe Ruth. See more
When presenting Jessica Warren with an x-ray, Bones says that this is the only convenient way to add technetium to Jessica's collection, as technetium is an element of extremely short half-life. While this is true for some of the isotopes (as is the case of most radioactive elements), the Te-97 and Te-98 have a half-life of approximately 200.000 years, i.e. 10 times longer than that of the most stable radium isotope and 100 times longer than most stable isotope of polonium. See more
[Looking at the live stream from Hodge's submarine
Geez, you'd think people would take better care of the only inhabitable planet in our solar system
"Bones End Theme'
Written by Peter Himmelman See more