A pair of funny sanitation workers, discover the shredded body of a U.S. Senator in a street Sweeper, which leads Brennan, Booth and the team to Capitol Hill, where they meet with U.S. Senator and majority whip Hayley Winters and the victim's chief of staff Eric Morales to get to the bottom of this political murder. Meanwhile, as Aubrey starts to develop a relationship with squintern Jessica , he looks into her past to make sure nothing will harm his dream of a future in politics.
Did You Know?
The sanitation workers, Sal and Murr, use their real names, and also refer to their "The Tenderloins" comic companions Joe and Q, all four of which star in the show Impractical Jokers
(2011). Murr even comments about them playing a practical joke on him in this episode. See more
When agent Aubrey hands the senators financial records over to Caroline he mentions a mysterious $2000 ATM withdrawal but the ATM withdrawal is only $120 the $2000 in question is a transfer one line above the withdrawal. See more
you have a tendency to say the exact wrong thing at the worst possible moment
And then other times, I say exactly what is needed. Like this morning when I skillfully negotiated sex, not just once but twice.
God bless you, child. I couldn't have proven my point better myself.
Know what, it was three times.
References The Beverly Hillbillies
Bones End Theme
Written by Peter Himmelman See more