bones

bones-the-conspiracy-in-the-corpse

Set three months after the events of the show’s Ninth Season finale, Booth (David Boreanaz) remains in prison for the death of three FBI agents. On the outside Bones (Emily Deschanel) gathers the Jeffersonian team to look into a 16 year-old murder in hopes of unraveling the conspiracy inside the FBI. Hodgins (T.J Thyne), Clark (Eugene Byrd), and Cam (Tamara Taylor) have their hands full when they discover someone to great pains to make it incredibly difficult to gather any new useful information about the remains should they ever be exhumed. Fearing for her husband’s safety in the prison, Bones also takes it upon herself to blackmail the Federal Prosecutor (David Fabrizio) in charge of his case to get Booth sent home before another prison assault leaves Booth with more than just scrapes and bruised ribs.

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bones-the-cold-in-the-case

While the Jeffersonian squints deal with a confounding body found in a suburban marsh, which only begins to make sense once they discover that the woman’s body had been cryogenically frozen for months before her body was dumped, Cam (Tamara Taylor) and Vaziri‘s (Pej Vahdat) relationship goes through a rough patch with the arrival of his disapproving parents (Pej Vahdat, Braeden Marcott) with whom Arastoo has never gotten along.

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The Jeffersonian is called in to investigate the discover of the remains of an art student found in the woods during a manhunt of an escaped prisoner. Before her murder the young woman suffering from Lupus worked for a medical marijuana dispensary in D.C. which opens up new suspects in the form of a college kid (P.J. Boudousqué) who was thrown out of the shop while trying to score some drugs, the clinic’s security guard (Roshawn Franklin) who Sweets (John Francis Daley) believes had unreciprocated feelings for the victim based on a series of drawings she did before her death, and the dispensary’s owner (Larry Sullivan) whose livelihood was put in jeopardy when the young woman started selling her own strain of pot to customers at the show under the table.

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While making the final preparations for Booth (David Boreanaz) and Bones‘ (Emily Deschanel) wedding the Jeffersonian crew do what they can to keep the happy couple focused on the wedding instead of a 30 year-old murder. When the case becomes more complicated than Hodgins (T.J. Thyne), Angela (Michaela Conlin), and Edison (Eugene Byrd) can handle on their own, Cam (Tamara Taylor) calls on the reserves by inviting Daisy (Carla Gallo), Wendell (Michael Grant Terry), Vaziri (Pej Vahdat), Oliver (Brian Klugman), and Fisher (Joel David Moore) to all help solve the murder.

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As Cam (Tamara Taylor) deals with identity theft, Sweets (John Francis Daley) considers taking a leave from the FBI, and Booth (David Boreanaz) and Bones (Emily Deschanel) go undercover to investigate the murder of a Korean management consultant whose remains were found half-eaten by a bobcat on Indian tribal land. While stuck in group therapy with quibbling couples (John RatzenbergerMillicent Martin and Greg RikaartTim Peper) the pair investigate with the woman (Carrie Wiita) the victim was staying with at the couples retreat who was the man’s mistress and not his wife (Brittany Ishibashi).

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As their friends begin to worry about the strained state of the pair’s relationship, Booth (David Boreanaz) and Bones (Emily Deschanel) begin investigating the remains of a murdered State Department accountant found in a hotel’s industrial-size 6-ton air conditioning unit which Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) has transported back to the Jeffersonian to clean out the remains by unorthodox means. Unable to talk to Bones or any of his friends about Pelant (Andrew Leeds) forcing Booth to call off his engagement to Bones, Booth turns to an old Army priest turned bartender (Mather Zickel) for guidance.

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Bones‘ inconsistent Eighth Season comes to a close with the return of genius serial killer Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds) who has made Booth (David Boreanaz) the focus of his latest attacks by murdering agents close to him beginning with an old friend Pelant shot 11 times and left on display for Booth and Bones (Emily Deschanel) to find. Pelant’s second murder leaves a single witness (Sarah Stouffer) who describes a killer the team believes may be a survivor of a FBI raid of a cult a decade before. Sweets (John Francis Daley) also discovers Pelant is using the psychiatrist’s own published work to muddy the water and disguise his latest series of murders.

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The murder of a journalist  becomes personal for the Jeffersonian team when Arastoo (Pej Vahdat) is accidentally infected with the mutated RNA virus that killed her while examining the remains. Sweets (John Francis Daley) talks with the victim’s fiance (Kenneth Mitchell), a travel blogger who was out of town and isn’t helpful in piecing together the victim’s whereabouts over the past three days to discover where she might have come in contact with the virus. Angela (Michaela Conlin) tackles the victim’s encrypted laptop to discover he latest story involved talking to a scientist (Laura Kai Chen) at a biohazard facility and an expose about the dangers of scientists mutating pandemic diseases such as SARS and Yellow Fever.

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The Jeffersonian investigates the murder of a stock broker who spent his free time moonlighting as a stripper after his remains are found at a construction site. Wendell (Michael Grant Terry) is able to ID the victim by a the serial number of his implant and Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) and Angela (Michaela Conlin) begin analyzing the singles stuffed in the man’s pants for prints or DNA, hoping it might lead them to the strip club where their victim worked.

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The Jeffersonian team is called in to investigate the murder of a television producer (Danielle Harris) found in the basement of an abandoned building with mushrooms growing out of her remains. The case leads Bones (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) to the TV judge (Gina Hecht) of small claims court where the victim worked. Suspects include the victim’s replacement (Allison Scagliotti), the victim’s ex-boyfriend (Jason Gerhardt), her stalker (David Petruzzi), the judge whose on-air drinking problem may have come between her and the victim, and an angry contestant (Rose Colasanti) who blamed the victim for loosing her case on national television.

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