Bones S02, Ep02 – Mother and Child in the Bay

Show: Bones
Season: 2
Episode: 2
Title: Mother and Child in the Bay
Original Air Date: September 6, 2006


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Favorite Quotes:

* Bones: Let’s hurry. I don’t want the bones compromised.

* Bones: You could have used your siren. Why have one if you’re not going to use it?

* Angela: Why didn’t he just divorce her?
Bones: Why do they have to get married in the first place? It’s an antiquated ritual.

* Bones: Don’t ignore facts just because it might change the outcome of the case.

* Bones: Hey, even an empiricist can have a heart.


Synopsis: Booth tells Bones about a body found. It’s likely a pregnant woman missing for a year. Everyone heads to the scene. On the drive they get into it. At the scene, the body is brought up. Upon closer examination, the body was pregnant. There are stabs wounds everywhere. Bones and Cam have a slight disagreement. Booth heads off to arrest the husband. He gets there too late, though. He’s already taken off. At the lab, they start collecting evidence. Booth interrogates Kyle’s girlfriend. At the lab, the investigation continues. Bones asks Zack to identify the weapon used to stab the victim. Cam shows Bones a locket that was on the body. The locket says “I love you Kenny.” Bones meets Booth and shows him the locket. They go to talk to her friends. Turns out Kenny was the victims dog. Hodgins has news on the fish found on the body. It was in freshwater for at least 6 months of the last year. Bones dives under the fresh water. Sadly, she only finds racoon parts. Cam comes in and doesn’t like what she finds. The husband might not be the killer. At the FBI office, the victim’s parents pay a visit to Booth. They bring in a photo that proves his current girlfriend knew him before the murder. Rebecca shows up at his office and have quite a fight. Booth finally arrives at the lab for the fake body stabbing experiment. What’s odd is the force from Angela’s stabs did the stabbing. It looks like Kyle’s current girlfriend committed the murder. Now they think Kyle might have been murdered too. Hodgin’s finds particulates on the knife. Cam finds Kyle’s DNA under her nails, and also female DNA. At the lab, Hodgin’s has pinpointed where the body was originally dumped. They head to the original dump site and start analyzing what’s there. They find some beauty products, which doesn’t make any sense. They show some photos to her friends. Cam tells them the DNA under her fingers is not the girlfriend. Bone gets an idea. The baby is not a fetus, but a two week old child. Bones believes whoever killed the woman actually cut out her fetus and replaced it with her dead baby. Booth gets a call that they found Kyle. When they interview Kyle. She tells him that his child might still be alive. That the fetus was stolen. He wants to know where his kid is. At the lab, Hodgins tells them there was traces of betadine. Angela has completed the reconstruction through an aging process. Bones know who did it. They head to the playground to find the vet, her own friend killed her. Booth takes the baby from her. He then arrests her for two murders and kidnapping. Back at Booth’s office, Kyle is there. CPS brings in the baby. Booth tells him to step up. Booth and Bones are discussing the case at the diner, and Parker comes running in. Rebecca has brought Drew as well. Bones chooses to leave so they can have some time together.

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Bones S02, Ep01 – The Titan on the Tracks

Show: Bones
Season: 2
Episode: 1
Title: The Titan on the Tracks
Original Air Date: August 30, 2006


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Favorite Quotes:

* Cam: Every survivor is one less person to autopsy.

* Bones: One minute she’s holding a severed arm and the next minute she’s hitting on you.

* Cam: Why does the whole lab smell like a luau?

* Booth: Cam knows that too much truth is just as bad as too little.

* Bones: How am I ever going to find out what really happened?

* Angela: Zack provided the skull and this is the face that goes with it.

* Cam: Miss Montenegro uncovered a fraud. That’s the opposite of a mistake.

* Bones: Don’t you have to read him his rights before you strangle him?

* Bones: We should warn the addicts.
Booth: Yeah, like they do on a pack of cigarettes.

* Booth: Bones doesn’t intimidate.

* Booth: You’re human remains and she hasn’t made a decision yet.

* Bones: How do I tell Russ that our father ordered the death of another human being.

* Bones: Come on Booth, the part of you with the big gambling problem must love this idea.


Synopsis: Bones and Booth head to a crime scene. She stayed home for vacation to spend time with her brother. The arrive at a train crash. Dr. Cam Saroyan is on the scene. Booth breaks the news to her that Cam is now her boss. She assesses the remains in the car that the train struck. Cam confirms deaths, it’s now a homicide and Booth’s case. Back at the lab, the team takes a look at a body. Hodgins examines a piece of evidence and determines it’s Warren Lynch. However, he was dead for several hours before he was hit by the train. Cam tells the team to not say a word outside the lab. Hodgins is trashing Cam to Bones as she walks in. So she gives them a rundown of her qualifications. Bones and Booth get called into a meeting at the FBI about the case. They go over the timeline of the day. Lynch was about to be charged by the SEC. Booth and Bones interview Mrs. Lynch’s wife, only he was cheating on her. At the lab, Hodgins has identified several types of glass. Bones checks in with Zack. Some bones have been dislocated after his death. Angela and Bones discuss why Cam got the job as head of forensics instead of Bones. Closer examination of Lynch’s bones show he was a heroin addict. Bones and Booth meet with the wife’s private investigator. The PI wasn’t aware of Lynch’s addiction. He was working with Lynch who was being blackmailed, but also Lynch’s wife regarding his cheating. He tells them the paid off a blackmailer for Lynch. At the lab, the skull is reconstructed. They’ve determined the country the heroin came from. Hodgin’s and Zack recreate the burn. It’s clear that there was extra accelerant. Cam stops the experiment. She informs them that all experiments must be authorized by her. At the diner, Booth explains to Bones why Cam is in charge instead of her. Booth gets a call. The man who murdered her mother was killed today. Bones is visibly upset. Bones is certain that the body in the car is not Warren Lynch. The prosecutor is pissed but Cam defends her. Bones goes with Booth on a stake out. Finally, the drug dealer makes a sale and they bust him. They question him about selling drugs to the tall man. They get a name. Booth gets a call that they found the real Warren Lynch. He’s in bad shape and won’t wake up. Zack has Angela recreate the most likely sequence for the bone dislocations. They were caused by the corpse being forced into a jacket. Booth updates Cam. He asks why she took the job. He thinks it’s because of him. Cam asks why Bones hasn’t confronted her yet. He gives her some advice. Booth and Bones go to the prison to speak to the man who killed her mother’s murderer. He tells Bones to look at it as another message from her dad, Max, to stop looking. Bones looks over her mom’s case file and possessions in her office. She just pops in Booth and tells him Lynch was in on it. Booth brings the PI back in for questioning. He thinks the plan was to make a killing on shorting the stock. Bones calls him out. She wants him to lie to him to get him to confess. She tells him about the shoulder and elbow dislocation. Booth goes back in and tries the bluff. Bones steps up and starts the play. There’s another team meeting with the prosecutor. They don’t like what they hear her say. The prosecutor slams the team. Cam is not having it. She calls her out for her actions. Bones finally approves. Booth and Bones go to her mom’s grave. She tries talking to her. When she puts the flowers down she notices something. A small metal dolphin. Her dad’s been there.

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