Season 1-4


Thurs. Sept. 23, 2010: Mastodon in the Room

After disbanding the entire team, Bones and the crew are called by Caroline Julian, the prosecutor, to return to “save” Cam’s job after a child is reported missing and remains of a skeletal child turns up.

Seven months later, Bones and Daisy return from Indonesia single, while Booth returns from Afghanistan with a new girl pal reporter (who is yet to be seen). Lance-a-lot had a gig playing the piano when everyone left, but returns as the resident psych consultant and newly single man. Angela and Hodgins return from Paris, only to discover she is pregnant. Wendall had to take up a job as a bus mechanic but gladly returns with the team to a newly remodeled Jeffersonian.

Thurs. Sept. 30, 2010: The Couple in the Cave

Thurs. October 7, 2010: Maggots in the Meathead

Thurs. October 14, 2010: Body in the Bounty

Thurs. Nov. 4, 2010: Bones that Weren’t

Thurs. Nov. 11, 2010: Shallow in the Deep

Season 6 premiers Thursday Sept. 23, 2010 on Fox at 8pm

Ep. 22 , Thurs. May 20, 2010: Beginning in the End

Bones and Daisy head to Indonesia for search for the remains of man’s ancestors. Booth heads to Afghanistan to “train” the soldiers. While the newlyweds, Angela and Hodgins, are off to see the world.

Ep. 21 , Thurs. May 13, 2010: Boy with the Answer

The trial of The Gravedigger hits close to home for members of the team, and everyone at the Jeffersonian must work overtime to uncover the forensic evidence to elicit a conviction.

Ep. 20 , Thurs. May 6, 2010: Witch in the Wardrobe

Salem Witch Trials is back to haunt its residents. Hodgins and Angela goes on location to look at the remains, only to be thrown in jail for reckless driving. They end up eloping.

Ep. 19, Thurs. Apr. 29, 2010: Rocker in the Rinse Cycle

A well-to-do rocker wanna-be’s body is found in a hotel’s laundry machine, leading Booth and Bones to a Rock ‘n Roll Fantasy Camp.

Ep. 18, Thurs. Apr. 22, 2010: Predator in the Pool

A self-help guru ends up in the tummy of a shark at the Aquarium of the Atlantic.

Ep. 17, Thurs. Apr. 15, 2010: Death of the Queen Bee

Bones returns to her old high school, Burtonsville High School, after the death of the very popular cheerleader. Booth and Bones go undercover as a married couple for her class reunion to interrogate the suspects.

Ep. 16, Thurs. Apr. 8, 2010: Parts in the Sum of the Whole

100th episode, a case of flashbacks. Sweets finishes him book on Booth and Bones, and the two uses the opportunity to set the record straight.

Ep. 15, Thurs. Apr. 1, 2010: Bones on the Blue Line

When a subway gets derailed from a flood, a partially skeletonized body emerges. Bones and Daisy identify the victim as Martin Aragon, a ghost writer caught in a deadly love triangle. Sweets, coping with post traumatic stress as a passenger of the train, asks Daisy to marry him.

Thurs. Feb. 4, 2010: The Devil in the Details

Booth and Bones investigate the remains of a skeleton with horns, who is a patient at the Havenhurst Sanitarium. In the end, it seems that it’s the brother of the late victim who could no longer tolerate the stigma associated with a horned sibling.

Meanwhile, intern Arastoo Vaziri reveals to Cam that he once worked as an interpreter in the Iraq war and was forced to kill a man. He later found out that this encroaching enemy had a wife and son waiting for him. He sees himself as the devil for taking this man away from his family

Thurs. Jan. 28, 2010: The Dentist in the Ditch

A human skeleton is found on old Civil War battleground, and Bones identifies the remains as belonging to a present-day dentist. After much run-around, the team finds out that it is the dentist’s contractor for his house that did him in after the dentist realized that the contractor was selling his materials to another customer on the down-low.

Jared, Booth’s brother, returns from his travels with a fiancee in tow. Booth does some digging and realizes she is a former escort.

Thurs. Jan. 21, 2010: The Proof in the Pudding

A certain Mr. White, with his team of government agents, put the Cam’s team on lock down. He demands that Brennan and her team determine a cause of death on an unidentified set of skeletal remains. As the team goes to work, Booth finds a way to break into the lab.

Angela may be pregnant, but Hodgins, even though not the father, offers to care for her and the baby.

Thurs. Jan. 14, 2010: The X in the File

Booth and Booth go to New Mexico for a ET-like remains.

Angela has a new main squeeze, and it’s someone from the lab.

Thurs. Dec. 10, 2009: The Goop on the Girl

Santa Claus goes ka-boom in a bank robbery gone awry.

Brennan is convinced to spend Christmas with her family (and friends) and a newly discovered distant relative.

Thurs. Dec. 3, 2009: The Gamer in the Grease

A competitive gamer’s body is found in a grease truck. The gamer once received a perfect score on a famous video game, which he turned into a lucrative partnership with a gaming referee.

Thurs. Nov. 19, 2009: The Foot in the Closure

Booth’s grandfather Hank comes to live with him and tags along as Brennan and Booth investigate ashes and charred remains found by a real estate agent while showing a property to prospective buyers. The team identifies the victims as plus-size lovers, neither of whom seemed to have many enemies. Meanwhile, Hank tries to play matchmaker for Booth and lets Brennan in on some family secrets.

Thurs. Nov. 12, 2009: The Dwarf in the Dirt

Booth and Brennan look into the murder of a dwarf who was once a wrestling star. Meanwhile, Booth, still dealing with the effects of his surgery, has trouble getting re-certified with the FBI to carry a weapon. Dr. Gordon Wyatt, who is now a chef, diagnoses Booth as unable to “perform” without his “love” around him. Booth finally admits to Dr. Wyatt that he’s in love with Brennan.

Thurs. Nov. 5, 2009: Tough Man in the Tender Chicken

Remains of a chicken farmer are found on the bank of a nearby river, and Booth and Brennan are called in to investigate. The farmer, who was an animal right activist, was about to inherit a chicken factory and had many enemies with motive to kill him — leaving the team with a lot of murder suspects to sort through.

There was a moment in the cafe and when both Brennan and Booth’s hands touch. Booth says, “Listen, Bones, I would do anything for you. I would die for you, I would kill for you…”

Thurs. Oct. 15, 2009: A night at the museum

Booth and Bones are called in to investigate a corpse that is later identified as an Egyptian mummy on loan to the Jeffersonian by Egypt. The corpse was mutilated and something was dug out from his heart, which was later revealed to be a ruby the size of a fist. Something to kill for.

Meanwhile, Bones goes on a date with Booth’s supervisor, only to reveal that she truly has feelings for Booth.

Daisy and Sweets has a little falling out when she becomes the “intern of the week” with the team. He becomes overprotective of her, which looks like he doesn’t trust her.

Thurs. Oct. 8, 2009: The Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

It’s an adapted episode of Desperate Housewives ala Bones.  In suburbia, a family man is murdered. Is it money? Sex? Family?

Meanwhile, “Iranian” intern Arastoo is discovered that he really doesn’t have an accent.  The team has a field day with him.

Thurs. Oct. 1, 2009: The Plain in the Prodigy

Remains of a teenage boy, Levi, leads the team to an Amish society.  During Levi’s rumspringa, he left for DC, secretly pursuing his music dreams. Fingers are pointed first at his father, then at his betroths brother and finally at the girl who introduced and pushed him to take part in the music conservatory’s entrance exam.  In the end, it’s a case of being at the wrong place, at the wrong time.

Cam on the other hand, deals with the birds and the bees with her adopted daughter. She brings the issue up with the team, while intern, Clark, who always walks into situations like this, becomes comically and exceedingly uncomfortable. In the end, he is sent out on the road by Bones doing on-site scavenger – a task even more harrowing than staying in the lab listening to them talk about sex.

Thurs. Sept. 24, 2009: The Bond in the Boot

Espionage case with Bond like proportions – an Aston Martin, Casino Royale, and Bond’s pistol. The team tries to solve the case, while battling the impending dismissal of intern Wendall because of no funding for his scholarship. Booth in the meantime, tries to do some plumbing work, which he claims he used to know how to do before his temporary amnesia. Bones buys him a book for the imbeciles and “takes lessons” from him.

The case is resolved, and Wendall suddenly finds himself with multiple anonymous donors to his scholarship.

Thurs. Sept. 18, 2009: Harbingers in the Fountain

Booth awakens from his coma to find himself  in love with Bones. Bones is dragged to a tarot card reader by Angela, who leads the team to a mass burial site. It’s a cult-ish murder and the tarot card reader’s (Cyndi Lauper guest stars) twin sister is one of the victims.

Season 5 premiers Thursday Sept. 17, 2009 on Fox at 8pm

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Bones first aired on Fox Network on September 13, 2005. This series, based on the premise of science cracking FBI cases, is loosely based on the life of forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs. FBI special Agent Seeley Booth is teamed up with a team of anthropologist/bone specialists to solve cases from the Jeffersonian Institution (aka Smithsonian). Booth is a former US Army Rangers sniper. This forensic team consist of Dr. Temperance Brennan aka Bones, superbly intelligent but lack social skills, Angela Montenegro, a forensic artist, computer whiz and Dr. Brennan’s best friend, Camile Saroyan – head of the Forensic Division at the Jeffersonian (introduced in the Season 2), Hodgins, an entomologist and self professed “king of the lab” and Dr. Lance Sweets, psychologist of the department (introduced in Season 3). There was Zach, (season 1-3) graduate student of Dr. Brennan and Hodgins’ best friend, who was jailed for aiding and abetting the Gormogon, a cannibalistic serial killer.

Much of the interest and spark of the series lie with the interaction of the characters: Brennan and Booth – one book smart, the other street smart, Hodgins and the other grad students – irking and egging each other on while conducting dangerous experiments in the lab, Sweets with Brennan and Booth – him trying to prove that there is something more than a professional relationship between the later two, and Cam and Angela encouraging his hypothesis.

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