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Title: The Woman at the Airport
Original Air Date: January 25, 2006
Jonathan Adams: Dr. Daniel Goodman
Claire Coffee: Special Agent Tricia Finn
Harry Groener: Dr. Henry Atlas
Michael B. Silver: Dr. Anton Kostov
Marika Dominczyk: Leslie Snow
Natalija Nogulich: Ivana Bardu
Jann Carl: Show Host
Adam Grimes: Nick Hudson
McNally Sagal: Martina Sikes
Penny Marshall: Penny Marshall
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* Angela: Do the names Michael Jackson or Joan Rivers mean anything to you?
Zach: One of them. The other I’ll look up.
* Booth: You touch her, she’ll break your arm. She thinks what you do is–
Bones: Barbaric (evil stare).
* Angela: Are you trying to get fired?
Hodgins: Science is no place for story tellers, baby.
* Zack: This is the type of situation where people say, “Oh my God!”
Hodgins: Pretend you’re a person and say it.
Zack: Oh my God!
* Bones: It’s like she lived on the world, instead of in it.
Synopsis: Dr. Goodman, Zack and Bones stand over a set of iron age warrior remains that are believed 1500 years old. Booth is in Bones office. He shows her an aerial photo with red circles on the beach, they are each body parts that were found. However, Booth wants Bones to work the LA case with him. Booth rents a classic mustang, and Bones threatens blackmail to get to drive it. Back at the lab Dr. Goodman is going to handle the warrior authentication. Hodgins calls him out though saying he won’t risk saying he’s an iron age warrior for fear of being proven wrong. Bones and Booth arrive at the beach. Bones says that body was not cut up and did fall out of the plane. It was most likely attacked and disbursed by coyotes. At the morgue Bones notes the victim has had a lot of plastic surgery. Bones video conferences with her team. She finds a breast implant, they can use the serial number to identify the victim. Dr. Goodman clash over the warrior body. The implants turn up nothing, they were stolen. Zack brings Angela the Hollywood skull. Bones and Booth meet with the plastic surgeon who the breast implants were stolen from. Angela lets Bones know that reconstruction is nearly impossible. Brennan is upset that anyone would want to completely change themselves to something different. They head to speak with the Madam and she says Rachel is missing. She went to Las Vegas with Dr. Kostov. The madam confirms she’s had lots of surgery. Back at the lab they continue to work the warrior. Angela’s reconstruction shows he’s a Pict. No Pict has ever been found that far south before. Hodgins is suspicious. Back at the morgue Bones determines that more than one surgery has done work on the victim. Hodgins tell Bones that she had boat fiberglass on her, so she was on a boat shortly before being killed. Candis Hayden is possibly the victims name. Her boyfriend Nick is now a suspect. Bones goes on a tv show with Penny Marshall regarding her book being turned into a movie. Bones cuts it short for the case. They question Nick. He says her name was Sandra Cane. Back at the lab Dr. Goodman announces that he cannot authenticate the warrior. Hodgins and Goodman have a dust up. Back in LA they question the doctor. Back at the lab they continue to work on the a LA case. Zack discovers the tool on the jaw is the same as the one used to kill her. Bones is upset that they may be taken off the case. Zack calls Bones and tells her the murder weapon is the same as what was used on the jaw, just a different size. They go talk to the doctor who created the jaw procedure. Booth gives him a search warrant for the tools that he designed himself. He got the name Susan Shepherd. Back at the lab Dr. Goodman calls Dr. Hodgins into his office. They discuss the warrior. Dr. Goodman thinks he’s the real thing and refuses to take him apart to authenticate him. Hodgins gives him a way to save face and they come to an agreement. Bones examines the tools they took from the doctor. She identifies the murder weapon. Turns out Susan was a guinea pig for the procedure. He said he thought Susan was addicted to plastic surgery and that’s why he refused to do anymore. He describes a flashy escort who had diamonds everywhere. A fingernail was found on the victim that had a diamond in it. Booth arranges to meet her. He sees the nail with the missing diamond and takes it off. She’s arrested. Booth identifies the victim. Her name was Allison Holmes from Bangor, Maine.
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Title: Possibility Two
Original Air Date: February 21, 2013
David Furr: Paul Reeves
Christopher Sieber: Carter Lydon
Albert Jones: Benny Cordero
Jennifer Lim: Natasha Kademan
Gibson Frazier: Raph Keating
Dennis Boutsikaris: Gerald Lydon
Steven Hauck: Crabtree
Michael Izquierdo: Joshua Lydon
Caroline Strong: Ashley Mitchell
Tom Galantich: Brian Watt
Barbara Miluski: Agnieszka
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Amazon Elementary: Season 1
* Sherlock: Frankly, I couldn’t say no to him. It would have felt like denying a dying man his last wish.
* Joan: Well keep staring at the wall. I’m sure it’s hiding there somewhere.
* Sherlock: Amazing, the brain decays but muscle memory remains.
Joan: Gerald Lydon wasn’t the only target. Someone is poisoning these people.
Synopsis: Det. Bell, Sherlock and Joan are on the scene of a murder. Joan assesses the scene but isn’t sure where the suspect ran to. Sherlock agrees, no one left the scene. One is a fake who stole registrations to rob people. As they exit the building the pair is approached by a drive for Gerald Lydon. He explains to them he has dementia and it’s getting worse. He speaks of a rare disease that he has, but he believes he’s being murdered. The disease is heredatary and no one in his family has ever had it. Sherlock doesn’t take the case. Back at the brownstone Joan finds a stack of books outside her door. The doorbell rings and Crabtree has a bee in a box. It’s a rare bee that is nearly extinct. Sherlock begins teaching Joan single stick. The Captain calls Sherlock from Lydon’s house. Apparently, Lydon shot and killed Crabtree. Sherlock decides to help him and takes the bee. They visit the lab who diagnosed Mr. Lydon’s condition. Only about 7 scientists in the world could fabricate the disease, Sherlock requests their names. He is researching them and decides to visit one of them. He is suspicious of an expensive purchase he’s made. It’s cosigned by Lydon’s son. Sherlock gets a text that CAA (Lydon’s condition) can be induced. They go to the lab to meet her and find Natasha murdered in the waiting area. The Captain and Bell arrived. They go over the scene. Sherlock deduces that the blood on a portrait is from the killer and not the victim. Joan is able to come up with the right answer. They question Natasha’s fiancée. Back at the brownstone Sherlock tries to recreate and identify the molecule he was sent. The next morning Joan has solved the puzzle. It’s a man made chemical. It’s a mutagen that triggers CAA. Sherlock sends Joan to the dry cleaners. There is a mix up on the price at the dry cleaners. But she gets the sweaters. At the police station they speak to Benny. Joan complains to Sherlock about the dry cleaner. Sherlock interrupts the interrogation that Benny did not kill her. They visit Lydon’s sons and are terminated. Joan noticed that Carter chewed his nails and snags a pen he chewed on for dna. Sherlock picked his pocket for a comb. They receive a call from Bell, Benny’s DNA matched. Benny believes he’s being set up. Benny provides an alibi. He was recording a blackmail video at the time. Back at the brownstone Joan is confused why the dry cleaning is back at her door. He demands she go back to the same place. Joan is back at the dry cleaners. She notices that the coat from yesterday is in the same spot and that there are a lot of cameras. Joan rushes into the video room and tells him about all the cameras at the dry cleaners but no business. Sherlock is video conferencing with 6 of the geneticists. Her learned that the law enforcement uses only 13 loci in their STR test. DNA can be created. Sherlock had the crime lab do another work up on the blood. It only had the 13 loci the police checked for, there was no other DNA in the sample. Gregson pulls in Natasha’s fiancée. They suspect he made the DNA sample and are searching the lab he used. He has the warrior gene. He believes she was cheating on him. He admits to killing Natasha and faking the blood, but not the CAA mutation. Sherlock tells Joan the name the fiancée gave her does not exist. The names are of two different families, each who has a family member with CAA. The families have no history of CAA, but each family now has a member with it. They visit Mrs. Dunwoody, she clearly has CAA. Sherlock cleans the refrigerator as they go over the case. She posits that victims are being targeted because they are rich and can fund finding a cure. Hence, multiple people were poisoned so the lab has better odds of getting a donation. Natasha was a whistle blower. They bring in Brian Watt for questioning. Sherlock and Joan believes that Mr. Watt has CAA and that is why he started the plan. He’s arrested. Joan comes back to the dry cleaners and takes Bell with her. He has a search warrant. It’s a front for money laundering. Joan returns home and Sherlock is trying to catch the bee. He catches the bee.
Show: The Golden Girls
Title: The Heart Attack
Original Air Date: November 23, 1985
Ronald Hunter: Dr. Harris
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* Sophia: You’re Scandinavian, what do you know, 1,000 ways to make herring?
* Dorothy: Blanche, do you know what a bubble is?
Blanche: No, but I know what a bauble is.
* Sophia: I’m 80 years old, I’ve got Pavarotti sitting on my chest. Odds are it’s a heart attack.
* Sophia (to Rose): You’re starting to annoy me. You shouldn’t annoy a sick person.
Synopsis: The girls party breaks up and they discuss the guests behavior while cleaning up. Sophia brings dishes into the kitchen. They all talk about food and Rose mentions making herring pie. Sophia heads back to the living room to clean up. The girls follow her out. Sophia says she has a bubble. Rose explains its gas and it doesn’t go away until you belch. Dororthy requests Blanche call the doctor. Sophia’s bubble increases and now she’s in pain. She worries she’s having a heart attack. Since Blanche couldn’t reach the doctor she called the paramedics. Sophia and Dorothy talk about how people in their family died. Blanche offers to make coffee while they wait on help. Sophia tells Dorothy her final wishes. In the kitchen Blanche and Rose discuss death. Blanche and Rose go back in the living room with the coffee. Sophia fell asleep and Dorothy thought she died. While Sophia rests Rose tries to calm Dorothy. She tells her about Charlie’s heart attack. It happened while they were making love. Blanche comes back out and lets Dorothy know that due to the storm the paramedics are delayed. Sophia wakes up and tells them about a dream she had. Rose keeps Sophia company but her rambling annoys Sophia. Dorothy and Blanche are in Sophia’s room looking for her rosary. They talk and Blanche tries to comfort Dorothy. The doorbell rings and it’s Dr. Harris. She and the doctor discuss food. He examines her and asks her to tell him what she ate. They all list food they saw her eat. The doctor is shocked at how much she ate. It’s a gallbladder attack from overeating. Already Sophia feels better. They share a moment, Dorothy and Sophia. Later in the kitchen the three discuss death again. They then use death as an excuse to pig out.
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Show: The Nanny
Title: Personal Business
Original Air Date: December 29, 1993
Stephen Nichols: Brock Storm
Rachel Chagall: Val Toriello
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* CC: Please I am on the phone.
Fran: Well, I hope it’s nothing personal cuz he’ll snap your head off.
* Fran: Look he’s gonna drool again.
Niles: The man is a master of bodily fluids.
* Niles: So actually you’ll be doing her a favor as opposed to say, pimping her.
* Fran: Honey, the secret to putting on blush is less is more. The exact opposite of hairspray.
* Max: Is it just me or is he the phoniest person on Earth?
Niles: Would that be counting Miss Babcock?
* Niles: Are you worried she’ll have a good time or a bad time?
* Fran: I have a good mind to report you to soap opera digest. You are nothing like Dr. River Shane.
Brock: No but I’m exactly like his evil twin.
Synopsis: Fran enters the dining room in a bathrobe. Max isn’t amused. Then Maggie comes in in the same bathroom. Val calls on the business line and Max flips out because he misses a call from Japan. Max is in his office and Grace barges in quickly followed by Fran. CC brags that she got Brock Storm to be in their shows. Fran gets excited as he’s on her soap opera. Brock is audtioning and Max is not impressed. Fran and the kids come back. Her outfit is clearly for Brock’s benefit. He’s smitten. They flirt and CC threatens Fran. Brock agrees to his play, if he gets Fran. Max finally catches on. Fran and the kids are watching Brock’s soap. Max is upset over Brock wanting Fran and does not want to put her in the middle. But he decides to see how Fran feels about it. Max calls Fran into his office. He tells her that he has set her up with Brock and she is thrilled. She hugs Max and almost CC in her excitement. But she realizes it’s for the show and she brings up Max’s rule about not mixing business and personal. Fran gets ready for her date with Brock. Brock arrives and everyone is excited. Fran makes her entrance and Brock can’t take his eyes off her. Max is jealous. Fran and Brock are on their date. However, Fran is not all that impressed and asked to be taken home. He quotes a soap opera line. Max and Brighton waited up for her. Fran tells him it did not go well he just wanted one thing. Max is incensed. He admits he was worried. They share a moment.
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Show: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Title: I Think His Name is Baxter Stockman
Original Air Date: October 20, 2012
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iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 1 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 2 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 3 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 4 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 5 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 6 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
* Splinter: How many times have I told you not to skateboard in the lair?
Mikey: None Sensei.
Splinter: I shouldn’t have to tell you.
* Donnie: Hey, guys wanna see what I made?
Raphael: Yes, Donnie I do. That is how bored I am.
* Mikey: I don’t know if we should pound him or buy him an ice cream cone.
* Splinter: I hope you’ve learned turtles that truth isn’t the only thing that hurts.
* Splinter: The first rule of being a ninja is do no harm, unless you need to do harm and then do lots of harm.
* Splinter: They understood that you don’t fight the armor, you fight the man inside.
Synopsis: Splinter’s meditation is interrupted by the turtles. He punishes them by grounding the boys for a week. Raphael isn’t happy about the grounding. Donnie uses the time to invent something. It’s an advanced mp3 player. Raphael can’t take it anymore and the four sneak out. Donnie discovers the artificial intelligence has been downloading music. Leonardo falls through a roof. Once recovered they see a strange looking guy in a weird outfit. The turtles and the weirdo start to battle. But the weirdo sets off an alarm and they put him in a dumpster and take off. They head back to the lair but start fighting. Mikey realizes he lost the mp3 player. The weirdo pops out the dumpster and sees it. He picks it up and it connects to the hardware he is wearing. Back at the lair Splinter is making them train, but they seem exhausted. He realizes they snuck out and punishes them. Leo is watching a cartoon and it gets interrupted by a news flash with Baxter Stockton. Donnie realizes that Baxter has the mp3 player. Baxter is at his lair and gets a visit from the turtles. They fight and the tech gives Baxter quite the advantage. While the turtles regroup Baxter uses Mikey as a yo-yo. They lost and Baxter throws the four in a dumpster. Baxter starts changing again. The chip and Baxter are merging. Mikey dubs it the ‘Stockmanpod.” It pursues them. Mikey snags some pizza off a delivery boy and hits him it with it. They quickly return home and Splinter catches them. Splinter wants to know what happens. They tell him but he is not happy. Splinter punishes them by telling them they have to stop Baxter. They head back to battle him, but now he’s got missiles. It’s not going well. Mikey comes back and shoves a beehive into a crack in the suit. Leonardo removes the chip. Raphael throws him in a dumpster again. Splinter tells them he’s proud of them.
Show: Family Matters
Original Air Date: November 24, 1989
Olivia Brown: Vanessa
Ken Foree: High Top
J.W. Smith: Jake
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* Eddie: Chauvinist? I thought we were Baptists.
* Harriet: Boy, Carl sure has changed his mind on Vanessa.
Rachel: Yeah, she sounds like Robocop.
* Rachel: Putting any guy next to Vanessa is like a kid in a candy shop.
Mother Winslow: And we know how much Carl loves candy.
* Harriet: A car, a motel, what’s the difference?
Mother Winslow: A vibrating bed.
* Rachel: Boy, Harriet, when you are wrong, you are really wrong.
Harriet: Seems to me I had a little help.
* Vanessa: Nice move, Mama.
Mother Winslow: You should have seen me when I had two good hips.
* Harriet: If I have to tell you one more time I’m gonna sick your grandma on you.
Synopsis: Carl is listening to music downstairs. he demonstrates some dances for the kids, but throws his back out. Carl comes home after work upset that his partner quit. Carl is not happy that his new partner is a woman. He acts sexist. Harriet is not amused. The women are not happy. Later, Harriet is cleaning the house as Carl comes home. He’s now happy with his new partner. She’s coming to pick him up for bowling. She introduces everyone and they shocked, she’s gorgeous. The next morning Laura tricks Eddie into cleaning up. Carl comes down stairs in a suit. The conversation about Vanessa is a bit tense. He leaves but Rachel starts to plant the seeds of doubt regarding Carl and Vanessa in her head. Mother Winslow does not help. The kids are doing homework down stairs, but Eddie is transfixed by Paula Abdul. In the kitchen they all discuss Carl and Vanessa again. Harriet shakes a motel key out of Carl’s pants. They’ve worried Harriet to the point where she decides to go to the motel and find out what’s going on. Carl and Vanessa prepare for the take down. Harriet and Rachel walks in as Carl is fixing her wire. Both are upset. Vanessa shows Harriet the money they are using to buy the stolen goods to assure her that nothing is going on. Someone knocks on the door and they usher the duo into the bathroom. But it’s not the bad guys it’s his mother. He can’t get them to leave quick enough and the bad guys arrive. Carl and Vanessa blow their cover when the code phrase is ignored. Mother Winslow saves the day by flipping the bad guy. Back at the house Rachel brags about Mother Winslow flipping the bad guy. Carl comes home. The one that Mother Winslow flipped is claiming police brutality. Harriet apologizes. Carl tells her that she flattered him. It made him happy that after 25 years of marriage she still gets a little jealous.
Emily Anne Toussaint is just a nine year old girl, who happens to get murdered on a street in Montreal. If that wasn’t bad enough a set of bones are found, well part of a set. It turns out to be a missing North Carolina teenager.
This case sets Tempe off. She does things that she normally wouldn’t do, or would she? Walking into biker bars and doing all kinds of things that could get her killed.
Oh yes, and she takes on a biker gang that is responsible for more murders then the police are even aware of. Taking apart their clubhouse and searching the grounds they find more bones.
Did the biker gang kill both of these victims? Will they go after Tempe to stop her from finding out the truth?
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