Bones (2005–2017)
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The Resurrection in the Remains 

The grisly discovery of human remains leads Brennan and Booth on a hunt for clues, during which they cross paths with Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills, who are looking for answers of their own.

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Chad Lowe

Writers:

Hart Hanson (created by), Kathy Reichs (inspired by the life of forensic anthropologist and author) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Emily Deschanel ... Temperance Brennan
David Boreanaz ... Seeley Booth
Michaela Conlin ... Angela Montenegro
Tamara Taylor ... Camille Saroyan
T.J. Thyne ... Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
John Boyd ... James Aubrey
Tom Mison ... Ichabod Crane
Nicole Beharie ... Abbie Mills
Michael Grant Terry ... Wendell Bray
Mike Faiola ... Joel Brown
Sean Patrick Thomas ... Dr. John Cruz
Justin Miles ... Martin Alcott
Malcolm David Kelley ... Preston
Dash Dobrofsky ... Chris
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The corpse of a med student, missing only two days, is found on Halloween in Sleepy Hollow, next to an iron casket, containing a colonial age British officer, whose decapitation however is recent. Historian Ichabod Crane and Lieutenant Abbie Mills claim the cases and the ancient corpse. Ichabod identifies the officer as a British commanding general, but is found to have the exact handwriting of Washington's captain aid. The med student's case may involve a strict-Catholic lover and cahoots in a flat-lining experiment. Written by KGF Vissers

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

T J Thyne who plays Hodgins was in three episodes of Angel. See more »

Goofs

The tooth in the porcelain fragments is a lower incisor not a canine tooth. See more »

Quotes

Temperance Brennan: All Hallows' Eve is a religious festival that employs humor and ridicule to confront the power of death
Seeley Booth: What about the body under the floorboards?
Temperance Brennan: Murder is never humorous. Unlike my prank, which was objectively hilarious
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References Sleepy Hollow (2013) See more »

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Beelzebub is Still the King
Written by Chris Isom
Performed by Nocona
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Oddest of the Odd
30 October 2015 | by CloseViewerSee all my reviews

No spoilers, but no love, either.

Bones is a comedy drama mystery that stands alone in the over-the- air television marketplace. It is so well written that a few words, a look, or a small gesture can speak volumes. The plots are complex and cleverly conceal the one who-done-it in plain sight and use science and deductive reasoning to reveal motive. They get to the bottom of everything. One imagines that there must have been some behind the scenes eye-rolling as this episode was underway as science had to either ignore or validate the supernatural nonsense that seeped in from Sleepy Hollow.

The actors aren't the same as their characters, and while early network promotions suggested the actors enjoyed the merger, the characters in this episode worked so much against type that there should have been resistance when the Sleepy Hollow crew were invited onto the set. The scientific and procedural verisimilitude of Bones went out the window when the fluffy nonsense of time travel and the undead came for a Halloween visit to solve a mystery or two.

In a program that prides itself on laying the groundwork, there seems to have been some back story between the FBI agents Booth and Abby whats-her-name. Who is Corbyn? I don't watch Sleepy Hollow to know who they were talking about, and Bones gave us no clue as to those conversations - I thought perhaps they were discussing contemporary British politics.

In the future if you've viewed this Bones episode and wonder about the rest of the story, don't bother to hunt down the Sleepy Hollow episode find the few Bones and Booth scenes. They were punting - there is nothing to see there.

The viewers of Bones are loyal, so an occasional "odd" episode won't cause them to flee the enterprise. In hindsight fans will be able to watch this episode as a mystery regarding a dead woman and dismiss the Sleepy Hollow nonsense in the archives as Halloween static. The seasonal pranks were clever - I hope the writers visit Christine's school homeroom one day soon to show us just how those homemade treats from Dr. Brennan are received by the teacher and kids.


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