Special Agent Seeley Booth requests the help of Dr. Temperance Brennan, a top forensic anthropologist, to help provide information when skeletal remains are found in the bottom of a lake. With help from her team of specialists, Brennan determines the body is that of an aide to a Washington congressman. As Brennan provides Booth a series of clues, she wants in on the case. Though skeptical at first, Booth agrees to a partnership. However, Brennan may be in over her head as she leaves the lab and goes out into the field.
A car bomb leaves the driver and cafe patrons dead and injures several others. When it is discovered that the car belonged to a prominent Middle Eastern man with ties to the government, Booth has Dr. Brennan help him in the identification of the driver. The clues that Brennan and her team uncover lead them in a shocking twist -- they must track down a terrorist before they strike again.
Blue Merle -- Every Ship Must Sail Away, Spoon
-- I Turn My Camera On, Moonraker -- Shalom, Deep Audio -- Try
When the corpse of the Venezuelan Ambassador's son is found hanging from a tree on the campus of his exclusive private boarding school, Brennan and Booth are called to determine whether or not the cause of death was suicide. Clues lead Booth, Brennan, and Brennan's team down a twisted trial of sex and scandal involving the school's own staff members.
Songs: Brendan Benson
-- Cold Hands, Warm Heart, West Indian Girl -- Miles From Monterey (Bernie Remix), Deep Audio -- Sunshine Everywhere, Positive Flow -- The City Streets
After a human arm is found inside a black bear, Brennan and Booth are sent to Washington state to investigate the death. Their investigation in the small town leads them to suspect a ritualistic cannibal killed the victim.
Despite being busy working on her latest novel, Brennan helps Booth identify the remains of a 6-year-old who was found dead after going missing from a local park. Brennan's investigation determines that Charlie was sexually abused before his murder, leading Booth to believe they are on the hunt for a pedophile.
When Brennan and Angela are caught in the middle of a fight at a dance club, Brennan kicks someone into a wall, exposing a mummified corpse and a large stash of methamphetamine hidden behind the wall. Together, Brennan and Booth are led down a trail of drugs, money and a turf war within the Washington, D.C. club scene.
Howard Epps, a condemned man on death row, is scheduled for execution in 32 hours for the murder of a 17 year-old female. Epps' attorney goes to Booth, the man who arrested Epps, to reopen the case. Though Booth refuses to believe Epps is innocent, he does recall loose ends in the case and agrees to take another look at it before Epps is executed. When Booth asks Brennan for help, bone abnormalities lead Booth, Brennan and the team to race against the clock to find the real killer before it's too late.
Songs: Madison Smartt Bell & Wyn Cooper -- Anything Goes
Brennan's former professor and ex-boyfriend Dr. Michael Stires makes a surprise visit to the Jeffersonian while he is in town interviewing for a job. While Brennan and Dr. Stires are at dinner together, Booth makes a gruesome discovery -- the remains of a young woman decomposing in a refrigerator. As Booth and Brennan investigate the case, Brennan is called as an expert witness at the trial, but is shocked when the defense brings in a very familiar expert of their own.
Songs: Mark Geary -- Hold Tight
Booth and Brennan head to Los Angeles to identify a woman whose body parts were found near LAX. There, Agent Tricia Finn assists in the case and turns out to be a huge fan of Brennan's books.
A woman is found burned to death in a car and investigation by Brennan and Booth determine that her child was kidnapped. They suspect that the father of the child, Carl Decker, was the kidnapper and murderer, but things become complicated when they learn Decker is in Witness Protection. Decker assumes that his company, who he believes is sending faulty body armor to Iraq, killed his wife and kidnapped his child in order to keep him quiet.
Booth and Brennan investigate when a decomposing body is found in an alley with an unknown cause of death. While Brennan tries to determine whether or not the victim was murdered, she realizes she may have more in common with the victim than she thought.
Booth and Brennan are called to the scene when an El Salvadoran gang member is found with a corpse of a woman in the trunk of his car. As he is questioned at the scene, a drive-by shooting gives him an opening to flee police custody. Booth and Brennan find where the woman was originally buried -- a soon-to-be-excavated community garden -- but find another empty grave nearby. Their investigation leads them to a wealthy senator's estate where the truth is hard to come by.
Songs: Elefante -- Nada Es Para Siempre, Sporty Loco -- Rey De Reyes
As Brennan is about to meet an online date for their first date, she barely escapes being the victim of a shooting. Booth arrives and the two set out to track down the shooter. However, matters are made worse when Booth, protecting Brennan, falls victim to a bomb that was rigged to Brennan's refrigerator. With Booth in the hospital, Brennan receives additional FBI protection, but that protection proves to not be enough.
Songs: Depeche Mode
-- A Pain That I'm Used To, Foreigner
-- Hot Blooded, Brookville -- Walking On Moonlight
When the remains of a documentary filmmaker are found in an underground tunnel, Brennan and Booth must go below the city in a maze of tunnels that are home to many of D.C.'s homeless population. As the investigation continues, Booth and Brennan suspect a man living underground is the killer, but he provides them with valuable information that points them to another killer.
Songs: Syntax -- Pride
While on vacation in the desert, Angela calls Brennan for help in identifying a skull who she fears belongs to her boyfriend, Kirk, who disappeared while on a photo shoot. When traces of peyote are found in the victim's hair, Booth believes the death is drug-related, but clues lead them in another direction -- a counterfeiting ring.
When a body is discovered holding a 300-year-old finger, Booth and Brennan are lead to a dive site near Assateague Island where pirate treasure may be hidden. Hodgins is able to leave the lab and participates a dive that locates more remains, some of which were stolen from the Jeffersonian's collection. However, when Hodgins volunteers for another dive, Booth and Brennan must race to save his life when they identify the killer.
Songs: Flogging Molly -- Whistles the Wind
Booth and Brennan look into the apparent suicide of a protester in Arlington National Cemetery. But Brennan and her team determine that the cause of death is murder not suicide and that the victim is a veteran of the war in Iraq not a protester as originally assumed. Further clues point to a military cover-up and the investigation leads Booth to have to relive his own career as a military sniper.
As Brennan works to identify the remains of a Jane Doe, she is shocked when she finds that the remains are that of her mother who went missing with her father 15 years ago. The unexpected news that her mother is dead hits Brennan hard, but leads Booth to open an investigation into the case for the first time. His investigation provides some shocking news -- Brennan's parents were living under assumed identities -- all of which forces Brennan to deal with a new reality.
Brennan and Booth investigate the site of a train wreck where the bodies of a senator and a high-profile businessman are found within the wreckage. The businessman's body is found in a car on the train tracks, and at first glance, it is an apparent suicide. While investigating a possible connection between the two victims, Brennan and her team discover the businessman is still alive, but severely injured, at a local hospital, and the body at the scene is someone else. As the clues begin to unravel, the investigation gets more complicated when details of the man's private life are revealed, leading Brennan and Booth to a private detective who may hold key information. Meanwhile, Brennan is introduced to Dr. Camille Saroyan, a first-rate pathologist who has been hired as the head of forensics at the Jeffersonian, and more importantly, Brennan's boss. It doesn't take long for Brennan to figure out "Cam" is a little too familiar with Booth and that they share something of a past. Also, Booth encourages Brennan to visit her mother's grave site for the first time.
Booth and Brennan examine the remains of a woman and fetus found in the Delaware Bay. The body is identified as that of Carlie Richardson, a pregnant newlywed whose mysterious disappearance one year ago had been a major national news story. Carlie's husband Kyle Richardson is immediately thought to be the prime suspect in the case, but he disappears before Brennan and Booth can question him, prompting Booth to call for a manhunt for Kyle. Clues found with the remains throw suspicion in a different direction, and Brennan enlists Booth and her team at the Jeffersonian to recreate the potential scene of Carlie's murder to get a better idea of the build and body type of the murderer, with shocking results. Meanwhile, Booth is annoyed that his ex-girlfriend Rachel, the mother of his son Parker, is letting Parker spend so much time with her new boyfriend, forcing Booth to be more territorial than Rachel would like.
Songs: Susan Enan feat/ Sarah McLachlan -- Bring On The Wonder
After Booth has a bedroom romp with his ex-girlfriend Rebecca, he gets a call from Brennan about their latest case and agrees to meet her at a condominium construction site. They're led into a partially built unit where they find the gruesome remains of a man dissolving in a bathtub of household cleaning products. After determining the victim had Brittle Bone Disease, they search a database of area BBD victims, all of whom are children, and split up to visit them in hopes of finding a connection to the dead man. When both Brennan and Booth come back with confirmation of the man's identity, they realize he was living a double life with two different families. In what first appears to be a straightforward case of jealousy and insurance money, new clues send Brennan and Booth in a completely different direction and a third suspect is brought to light.
Brennan and Booth are called to the site of an explosion in a Miami hotel where a young woman has been burned to death. Initially, the explosion is thought to be the work of a Colombian drug cartel intending to target Judge Dolores Ramos, the Colombian judicial representative. State Department official Alex Radziwill insists everything to do with Judge Ramos and the case go through him, which becomes both annoying and problematic when he stands in Brennan and Booth's way as they do their jobs in pursuit of key information about the case. When fingers point to Ramos' husband and son, Booth and Brennan are shocked to learn who was behind the murderous plot, and how far the State Department will go to protect a murder suspect.
When the unearthed skeletal remains of Mason Roberts, a federal prosecutor who disappeared five years earlier, are discovered in the desert outside Las Vegas, Brennan and Booth suspect his death may be tied to the mob. The body count in the desert rises when vultures lead them to the recent remains of a young woman, just a few yards away. Booth suspects the same person may have been responsible for both deaths, but the womans injuries lead Brennan to believe she has a long history of domestic abuse and her husband may have been responsible for her demise. Brennan and Booth question the deceased womans husband, who denies he hurt his wife, but leads them to a Vegas loan shark. When an anonymous lead takes them into the world of gambling and underground ultimate fighting, Booth and Brennan go undercover as Vegas high-rollers. Booth takes his turn in the ring and risks his life in a desperate effort to uncover the mystery.
When the bodies of twin teenage boys kidnapped five years earlier are discovered in Pennsylvania, Booth and Brennan find themselves on the trail of the Grave Digger, a notorious serial killer whose M.O. is to kidnap, bury his victims alive and make a single, exorbitant ransom request. If the money is not paid in the specified period of time, there is no further communication and the victims are left to die. During the investigation, Brennan and her scientist colleague Dr. Hodgins become the Grave Digger's latest victims, forced to try to solve their own kidnapping from an underground grave.
When the headless body of a young man, along with a video camera full of documentary footage, is discovered in the DC-area woods, Brennan and Booth are called in to determine identify the year-old remains and determine if a murder was committed. The body is proven to be that of University of Virginia film student Graham Hastings, who had disappeared a year before while making a documentary about the local legend of a woman thought to be a witch who beheaded anyone who dared to look for her. In a mysteriously parallel set of circumstances, Brennan and the team find that Graham was beheaded by an axe. After examining the dark, chaotic and choppy footage from Grahams camera, Brennan and Booth learn that two other people Grahams girlfriend Lori and fellow classmate Brian were in the woods with Graham on the night of his disappearance. DNA on the axe used to murder Graham leads a shocking revelation of the killers identity. Meanwhile, Brennan befriends Grahams brother, Will, when she finds out that he, too, was an orphan, but the friendship quickly dissolves when the truth behind his brothers murder is uncovered.
When a mans body is found gutted, burned and hung up like a scarecrow on the roof of the Federal Building, Booth and Brennan are called in to identify the charred remains and determine who was behind the murder. Based on several factors, Booth determines the victim was a snitch working within an organized crime syndicate. Brennans brother, Russ, tells her he got a mysterious call from their long-lost father, warning him they are in danger, and Brennan is contacted by a priest, who delivers a message from their father insisting she and Booth drop the case. Brennan and Booth determine the murdered victim was ex-FBI agent Garrett Delaney, who was tracking Russ and planning to kill him, giving more credence to their fathers warning. As more clues come to light and a government conspiracy is revealed, Booth and Brennan make a shocking discovery as to who was behind Delaneys murder, and Booth is forced to make one of the most important decisions of his career, with very personal ramifications. Meanwhile, Zack must defend his dissertation, the last step to completing his doctorate, but needs some help from Angela to help him get taken seriously.
Special Guest Stars: Ryan O'Neal
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Booth's gun is taken away after he shoots a clown ornament on an ice cream truck and has to undergo psychological evaluation to prove he's mentally sane before he can get his gun back. With Booth gun-less, Brennan has to head town to Florida to look into the death of a college student whose body is found inside of a dead alligator. She is assigned to work with Agen Tim Sullivan, but the two soon face stylistic differences that leaves Brennan looking forward to Booth's return. While Booth undergoes his evaluation, the victim's body is taken to the Jeffersonian and is identified as Judy Dowd, a woman who disappeared several weeks before her body was found.
Songs: Debbie Deb -- When I Hear Music
Brennan's latest murder-mystery novel is an instant best-seller. Riding high on the wave of literary success and her new relationship with Agent Sullivan, Brennan prepares to do her rounds on the publicity circuit to promote her book. However, when a body is found in the marina, Booth and Brennan find shocking similarities between the case and Brennan's book. If the murderer is indeed a copycat killer, this would be the first of three killings. When the second victim is found, the team races against the clock to stop the third and final killing from occurring.
Booth and Brennan investigate the case of a partial skeleton found in cement. Booth thinks a member of a crime family - Hugh Kennedy - is to blame, but when he hears word that Hugh was burnt to death in a car things get more complicated. Booth finds out that Hugh is actually alive, but then gets kidnapped by him. Brennan must now find Booth before he is hurt, but this is harder to do than she thinks, and she ends up going to great lengths to get Booth back safely.
Songs: Poco -- Keep On Tryin'
When a body is discovered with remains that are emitting a green glow, each of the team must utilize their talents to uncover the person's identity. However, as the team works together with Brennan and Booth to solve the murder, everyone is shocked to discover that the victim is one of their own.
Songs: Damien Rice
-- Cannonball, Mozella -- Going Home, Zeb -- Limbomaniacs, Juan Maclean -- Love is in the Air
A decomposed skeleton of a young girl is found in a grocery cart in the D.C. area. Angela's evidence reveals the face of an 80-year-old woman, but the team learns the victim actually was a 22-year-old woman with a debilitating aging disease. Brennan and Booth's suspect the victim's mother. Meanwhile, Brennan's father, Max Keenan, reappears in Brennan's life reconnect with her and is surprised by the news he delivers. Hodgins and Angela marry with Brennan and Booth as maid of honor and best man, respectively, but all does not go as planned.
Songs: ZZ Top -- Blue Jean Blues, ZZ Top -- Gimme All Your Lovin’
A group of teenagers are driving when a skull smashes through the windshield. Brennan tests a young forensic anthropologist as a replacement for Zack, while she and Cam inspect the skull. The find human teeth marks on the skull, suggesting that cannibalism may have been involved. Once the victim is identified, Booth and Brennan head out into the field and clues lead them to a cannibalistic society. Meanwhile, Cam suggests hiring a private investigator so Angela can track down her ex-husband, but that proves to be easier said than done.
-- See the World
A Halloween maze-goer finds mummified remains of a teenage girl within a pumpkin patch maze. Booth and Brennan are perplexed by the fact that the girl had been dead for at least a year, and Hodgins later finds that her body is covered in spider bits. When a second mummified victim is found in a Halloween park funhouse, the team must question park employees before another teenager falls victim. Meanwhile, the team dresses up for the annual Jeffersonian Halloween Ball.
Songs: Automatic Automatic -- Monster, Adam Merrin -- Still Alright, The Black Angels -- Young Men Dead
A time capsule buried 20 years earlier holds the corpse of an adolescent.
When construction workers find the body of an archbishop whose kneecaps were removed, the team traces the murder back to the case of the Widow's Son serial killer. Angela finds a victim tree in the evidence vault, which leads the team to believe the serial killer has a systematic pattern in selecting its victims. With this knowledge, the team tries to predict who will be the next victim and how they can stop the killer before it's too late. Meanwhile, Brennan's brother Russ comes out of hiding when he learns his girlfriend's daughter is sick, but his reappearance forces Booth to intervene.
Songs: Great Northern -- Low Is a Height, Madrugada -- Sail Away
A young couple goes skinny-dipping in a spring, but their moment of fun is ruined when they uncover a skeleton in the mud. Brennan and Booth are called to investigate and find that the skeleton is that of Tripp Goddard, a motorcycle racer who recently won the Super Grand Prix. The first suspect is Danny Fitz, the race's second-place finisher. However, though Booth and Brennan think they have the case wrapped up, another crash claims another victim in suspicious circumstances. Meanwhile, Dr. Sweets has Brennan and Booth go with him on a double-date in order to get them into another social setting together where they have to interact away from a case.
Brennan and Booth are called to a college campus when remains are found under the bleachers of a basketball court. Though the body was badly crushed, a gold necklace with the number 11 on it helps to identify the victimas the star point guard of the school's nationally ranked basketball team. When the team reconstructs RJ's skull, they find that he was dead before the bleachers crushed his body. Taking this into account, Brennan and Booth uncover several motives and suspects for RJ's murder.
Songs: Sam Roberts -- Uprising Down Under
Booth and Brennan are called to investigate when a body is found burned beyond recognition in car that was run off of the road. As they investigate, the team finds the victim's baby in a tree avbove the scene of the accident. Brennan is designated as the infant's caretaker until family can be reached, but her mothering skills are questioned when the baby swallows a piece of evidence. Once the victim is identified, Booth and Brennan head out to a poor Virigina town to look into who may have wanted the woman dead.
Max goes on trial for the alleged murder of FBI Deputy Director Robert Kirby, and the Jeffersonian team members, minus Brennan, are called as expert witnesses for the prosecution, keenly aware that their testimony could put Max on Death Row. Brennan, serving as a forensics advisor for the defense, must rely not only on her expertise as an anthropologist but also on her dedication to her family to find a way to exonerate her father.
Songs: Sara Lov -- Fountain
Brennan and Booth investigate the murder of singer Tommy Sour, including his many fans and enemies within the music scene. But their search leads to a woman obsessed with the singing star, who now has redirected her admiration towards Booth, now that Tommy is dead. The Jeffersonian team may be changed forever when a shocking event is revealed during the investigation.
A human jawbone is discovered at the Jeffersonian and Brennan and the team determine it is from the Gormogon serial killer. Following an explosion in the lab that sends Zack to the emergency room, Gormogon's skeleton disappears from the vault making everyone at the Jeffersonian a suspect.
Songs: Michael Hedges -- Aerial Boundaries, Social Distortion -- Bad Luck
While in London, Booth and Brennan aid in a murder investigation where they team up with Dr. Ian Wexler and Inspector Cate Pritchard. Back in D.C., the Jeffersonian team leads their help in the case, but is surprised when Angela's long-estranged husband returns.
Plant Life -- Fool for You, Ron Sexsmith
-- Ghost of a Chance
Songs: Katie Gray -- Set Free
When the remains of a manager are found in an office building's elevator shaft, Booth and Brennan must attempt to find which employee had the most motive to kill their boss. Meanwhile, Brennan's latest grad student, who has a very bleak and morbid outlook on life, lends his insight.
When remains are found in the Chesapeake Bay, Booth and Brennan are sent to the scene to investigate. The team has little to go on when only the upper torso is found, complete with breast implants. However, when the lower half is found, everyone realizes their initial assumptions about the victim were incorrect.
Songs: Antony and the Johnsons -- River of Sorrow, Bag of Toys -- Share
A skull is found in an impounded junkyard car and Booth and Brennan must uncover whether or not foul play was involved. They soon discover that the remains are that of a famous artist and the suspects range from rival artists to his own assistant who stands to inherit everything upon his death. Meanwhile, Angela's ex-girlfriend becomes a suspect in the case, leading Angela to go to any lengths to prove her ex's innocence.
Songs: Pete Murray -- Happy Ground, Madita -- Shiver
Songs: Jenny Lewis -- Godspeed
Brennan and Booth investigate when several skeletal remains are found on protected grounds. The team uncovers that the remains are that of an ex-Marine who has been AWOL for 3 years. Clues leads Booth and Brennan to an elite private school where the ex-Marine had worked as a "manny" for one of the rich families.
Songs: Brendan James -- The Sun Will Rise
Booth and Brennan are sent to the Texas-Oklahoma border to investigate the murder of conjoined twins found in a shallow grave in the desert. At the lab, the team determines the remains belong to Jenny and Julie, jugglers for a traveling circus. In order infiltrate the circus community, Booth and Brennan go undercover as a knife-throwing act "Buck and Wanda Moosejaw" to find the story behind their murder.
After a volunteer fireman is found dead at an ice rink, Booth and Brennan are called to investigate. However, when information surfaces that Booth may have a conflict of interest in the case, he is removed from the investigation and becomes a suspect himself.
When Booth is kidnapped by the Grave Digger, the team at the Jeffersonian must race against the clock to save him before it's too late. Meanwhile, evidence from the case goes missing and Brennan and Hodgins are suspected of stealing it.
Songs: Chris Stills -- When The Pain Dies Down
When newlyweds encounter a corpse while bungee-jumping off of a bridge, Brennan and Booth are sent to investigate. After determine the cause of death was not suicide, the team at the Jeffersonian discover an unknown substance coming from the body. This sends the lab into lockdown and have only 24 hours to uncover the murderer before the body disintegrates.
Booth and Brennan are called when a human body is found buried in a mound of salt onboard a de-icing truck. They find the victim was a pregnant 16-year-old high school student and soon learn that half of her teammates on the school volleyball team were part of a secret "pregnancy pact."
Songs: ZZ Top -- El Diablo
Songs: Blue Shoes -- Better, Jameson -- Get to the Choppah
When a Jeffersonian coworker dies of heart failure, the entire team goes to the wake where, upon viewing the body, Brennan realizes the death was no accident. Brennan then convinces Booth to help her steal the body, leading them into a bizarre mystery surrounding the actual cause of death. Meanwhile, Cam gets a crash-course in parenting when she must convince her newly adopted daughter to quit smoking.
After a body of a wine critic is find inside of a barrel of wine, the team investigates and soon find that the critic gave a bad review that lead to the closure of a vineyard. Meanwhile, Booth finds out he has a health problem, and Brennan, making matters worse, informs him that she wants to have his baby.
A body is found murdered at "The Lab," a nightclub, and everyone is a suspect in a unique season finale in which Brennan, Booth and the team all take on various roles outside of their normal duties.
Dayplayer -- Caveman, Motley Crue
-- Dr. Feelgood, Dayplayer -- Neverending Summer
Six weeks have passed since Booth and Brennan have seen each other. During this time, Booth has been recovering from brain surgery and Brennan has been busy on a dig in Guatemala. Angela's psychic, Avalon Harmonia, reveals that there are bodies buried under a fountain in DC, but both Booth and Brennan are skeptical when Angela tells them about it. However, when the lead pans out, Booth and Brennan find 11 bodies buried underneath a fountain. Meanwhile, Booth has to deal with side effects of his coma and brain surgery.
Brennan and Booth look into the death of a man murdered for the contents of his briefcase. The evidence leads them to suspect that a group of secret operatives were behind the murder, and their suspicions are confirmed when remains of a CIA agent are found in the trunk of a car. When Brennan and Booth question the CIA's Assistant Director of Intelligence, they question the man's allegiance to the U.S. Meanwhile, the financial success of Brennan's latest book leads to a rift between her and Booth; and when Wendell loses his scholarship, the team searches for alternate funding in order to keep their intern around.
When human remains are discovered by the railroad tracks, Brennan and Booth are called to investigate. They learn the remains belong to Levi Yoder, a member of the Amish community who went missing two months before his Rumspringa. Brennan and Booth discover that Levi was a piano prodigy, and are led to believe his talent may have lead to his death. Meanwhile, Cam tries to cope with the stress of being a new parent, while Booth does his part to keep Cam’s stepdaughter, Michelle, in line.
Songs: The Drawbacks -- Complicated, Great Lake Swimmers -- River's Edge
Brennan and Booth are called to investigate when human remains are found during a neighborhood block party. With numerous hidden secrets and scandals, each neighbor in the cul-de-sac has a motive for the murder, leaving Booth, Brennan, and Sweets to look through the drama to find their suspect. Meanwhile, intern Arastoo admits the truth about his past.
Songs: The Rising Tide -- Liliko'i Lover
Brennan and Booth investigate when charred human remains are found on an electrical fence. The corpse is determined to be a mummified Egyptian royal on loan to the Jeffersonian exhibit, and when the exhibit curator is murdered, the team must look to their own to find the killer. Meanwhile, Brennan goes on a date with Booth's supervisor, and Sweets' girlfriend returns to the Jeffersonian.
When the remains of a chicken farmer are found on a river bank, Booth and Brennan are called to investigate. They soon uncover that the farmer, who was also a well-known animal rights activist, was about to inherit a chicken factory, leading him to make several enemies with motive to kill him.
Songs: A.A. Bondy -- When the Devil's Loose
The remains of a video gamer are found in a grease truck, and Booth and Brennan soon uncover that the victim, Steve Rifton, is the only gamer to have a perfect score on a particular video game. His perfect score helped him to link a partnership with a gaming referee, but this partnership created animosity toward him in the gaming world. Meanwhile, Hogins, Sweets and intern Colin Fischer camp out for tickets to a movie premiere.
Mr. White and government agents demand that Brennan and her team look into the cause of death for a set of remains and closes the Jeffersonian Lab to do so. However, the team soon find that they are investigating an infamous presidential assassination. Meanwhile, Booth's boss, Andrew Hacker, helps Booth break into the lab to determine the motive behind the investigation.
A skeleton is discovered at a Civil War battleground, and Brennan and Booth are called to investigate the case. Despite the location, Brennan finds that the remains belong to Dan Pinard, a local dentist. While Booth looks into a list of suspects, Vincent the intern works to clean the bones of clay residue. Meanwhile, Booth's brother returns with surprising news.
Songs: The Bird And The Bee -- What's In The Middle
When a subway train is thrown off the track by 60,000 gallons of flood water, a partially skeletonized body emerges out of the overflow. While Dr. Sweets, a passenger on the derailed train, copes with post traumatic stress, the rest of the team and intern Daisy Wick get to work on identifying the victim as Martin Aragon, a professional ghost writer caught up in a deadly love triangle. Meanwhile, Brennan releases her second book to great success, but has to accommodate a nosy reporter, and Sweets' near-death experience leads him to make a drastic decision
As Sweets is finishing up his book on Booth and Brennan they tell him how they first met several years ago.
The team’s latest case takes Brennan back to her alma mater, Burtonsville High School, where she and Booth investigate the discovery of an unidentified skull and upper torso. With Angela’s help, they identify the victim as one of Brennan’s classmates, and notice a possible connection to a second murder committed 15 years prior. Brennan and Booth go undercover as a married couple at her class reunion to interrogate a set of suspects, where even as an adult, Brennan is still predictably misunderstood and her only friend lies in a strangely dark and offbeat janitor.Meanwhile, Hodgins spills a lab secret.
When the body of a rich adventure-seeker is found in a hotel laundry machine, Booth and Brennan are led to the last place he was seen: a Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp. While Brennan and Booth lead the investigation outside the lab, Hodgins, Angela and intern Arastoo use a fragment of prehistoric wooly mammoth tusk - found with the remains - and Angela's knowledge of the music industry to connect the evidence to potential suspects. Meanwhile, Cam looks for a doctor for her daughter Michelle
A cabin burns down in the woods revealing two bodies, one of a modern-day witch and one from the days of the Salem Witch Trials leading Booth and Brennan into the world of Wicca to find a killer. Meanwhile, when Hodgins' reckless driving gets him and Angela arrested and thrown in jail, Sweets and intern Clark Edison step into unfamiliar territory to help out the team
The team works to uncover clues buried under a life’s worth of possessions saved by a hoarder in order to solve the mystery of his death. Meanwhile, Angela’s father has a specific purpose for his most recent visit, and Brennan and Booth are confronted with unique opportunities.
When the remains of a couple are discovered in a cave at National Park, the team must piece together the identity of the man and the woman as well as solve the crime. After interrogating two viable suspects, the team identifies the woman as a marketing executive who also served as her partner's AA sponsor, providing clues that lead them to expose the truth. Meanwhile, Booth's girlfriend and Afghanistan war correspondent, Hannah Burley, makes a surprise visit.
When Booth and Brennan are called to investigate decomposed remains found at the Jersey Shore, the team IDs the victim as Richie "The V" Genaro, a 23-year-old who partied the night before at a popular nightclub. Booth and Brennan question Genaro's peers and the club bouncer, and Brennan surprisingly proves her pop culture savvy and anthropological expertise after watching what she believes to be a documentary on the inhabitants of the Jersey Shore, but was in actuality a reality show set there. Meanwhile, at the lab, the team grows fond of Booth's girlfriend, Hannah, and Angela tries to keep her pregnancy a secret
After a skull and decomposing hands are found in a dumpster, the team must not only solve the crime but also search for the rest of the victim's remains. Identified as Ray Raminsky, the victim turns out to be a bounty hunter in search of Charles Braverman, a man indicted for the murder of a co-worker. Meanwhile, Brennan is asked by Professor Bunsen Jude "The Science Dude" if he can shoot an episode of his children's show from The Jeffersonian Lab with Brennan as his special guest. Brennan initially turns him down, but is surprised when he makes her a deal she can't refuse.
After the skull of a promising young dancer is found lodged in concrete at a construction site, the team must first figure out what happened to the victim's skeletal structure. After learning the victim quit ballet to pursue hip hop, Booth and Brennan uncover another layer of evidence that points them to a suspect who had a secret relationship with the victim. Meanwhile, when Hannah is put on assignment in a dodgy part of town, her safety is jeopardized and her life is put in critical danger.
Brennan gets a glimpse into her own life when the body of a brilliant and career-driven surgeon is found in a rough neighborhood with multiple fractures in her skull and no indication as to how or why she was there. While the team investigates the case objectively, Brennan struggles to separate her own life from the victim's as she perceives many parallels between them the more she learns about the victim's past. Meanwhile, evidence found at the crime scene brings the team closer to solving the case, but it's Brennan's unique perspective that propels her to retrace the final events of the victim's life.
An unidentifiable body is discovered in the shower of an upscale home belonging to a young female socialite. With the help of nosey bones expert and Jeffersonian "squint" Clark Edison, skeletal reconstruction and evidence in the drain reveal that the victim was a young girl employed by a counterfeit handbag distributor. The team learns that the victim supplied counterfeit purses to her socialite acquaintance, and after interrogating the self-centered socialite and sifting through footage on a hidden camera, they discover evidence linking them to the murderer. Meanwhile, Angela and Hodgins discuss their future home and where they want to raise a family, and Booth opens up to Hannah about Brennan's feelings for him.
The city anxiously anticipates the arrival of Heather Taffet, more notoriously known as "The Gravedigger," for her final appeal after being sentenced to death for a kidnap-murder and a series of similar coldblooded crimes. But when a bullet targeted at The Gravedigger is fired from a distance and hits her, the Jeffersonian team is tasked to piece together the sniper's precise location as well as identify the suspect and his motives. With the help of probing investigator Caroline Julian, Booth and Brennan put together a list of likely suspects, but the evidence and the remarkable skill needed to pull off the crime leads the team to believe that the crime was an inside, professional job, leaving Brennan's father Max and even Booth as plausible suspects. Meanwhile, Sweets attempts to put on a brave face after being caught in the firestorm just moments following a chilly encounter with The Gravedigger.
A BMX rider's remains are discovered on the roof of a warehouse after a failed bike stunt. While Booth and Brennan interrogate the victim's fellow riders, Hodgins and newly mellowed "squint" Fisher identify the numerous fractures in the victim's skeletal structure, and Angela recreates the series of events that led to the fatal accident. Meanwhile, Sweets turns to Booth for advice about his relationship with Daisy, and Booth makes a decision about his relationship with Hannah.
The liquefied remains of a wedding planner are found in her home tanning bed on Valentine's Day, and Cam pressures her team to solve the case in time so she can celebrate the holiday with her boyfriend. While the "squints" works tirelessly in the lab, Booth and Brennan interrogate a slew of possible suspects until they unlock classified files in the victim's computer, which lead to their main suspect. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan downplay the significance of Valentine's Day, and Hodgins tries to plan a romantic day for Angela.
After notoriously murdering "The Gravedigger," sniper-on-the-loose Jacob Broadsky strikes again. This time, his victim is a prior suspect who escaped the justice system. More determined than ever to catch Broadsky, Booth uses his own military training to beat the sniper at his own game.
Meanwhile, Angela's father visits the Jeffersonian and insists on naming his unborn grandchild
The team identifies the remains of a successful ad man found in the grounds of a newly built community center playground. Upon inspecting the victim's home and interrogating his former partner and employer, Booth and Brennan discover that the victim burned bridges by adopting an aggressive attitude toward honesty and was a member of a radical honesty support group. Meanwhile, each of the team members attempts to adopt a more honest way of communicating that doesn't always lend itself to good relationships, and Angela urges Hodgins to confront the realities of their pregnancy.
A 15-year-old Jane Doe, who is hearing impaired and unable to communicate, is found on the streets covered in blood and wielding a knife, leading the team to believe she is responsible for a recent murder. Meanwhile, Angela keeps Hodgins in the dark regarding the details of her pregnancy.
When sniper-on-the-loose Jacob Broadsky claims another victim, Booth becomes more determined than ever to catch his elusive foe. After a bullet meant for Booth strikes an innocent victim, Booth makes it his mission to catch Broadsky once and for all.
The Jeffersonian team identifies the remains of a competitive-eating champion, just days before the start of the Gluttony Games, a premiere eating competition with a $10,000 prize at stake. The remarkable work of new squint - and former juvenile delinquent - Finn links obscure evidence found in the belly of a snake with laws of physics that helps solve the crime. Despite his brilliance in the lab, Finn is met with hostility and skepticism, leading Cam to question her decision to give him a chance to start anew. Meanwhile, Booth is caught off-guard by an announcement Brennan makes about their baby. To diffuse the tension between them, the couple agrees to experiment by putting themselves in each other's shoes.
Songs: Mindy Gledhill. -- "Anchor", Airbourne. -- "Hellfire", Philadelphia Grand Jury. -- "Ready To Roll"
fter the remains of a female toy company executive are found shrink-wrapped with a Prince Charming doll, the company's CEO gives Booth and Sweets access to the company headquarters' highly classified prototype lab, where details of the victim's personal life begin to emerge. Meanwhile, Sweets, with the support of his girlfriend, squint Daisy Wick, prepares for his gun certification test despite Booth's opposition to Sweets carrying a weapon. Mom-to-be Brennan, wonders whether she will be a good mother and uses the case as a way to understand the importance of toys and playing with her child.
Songs: Slighter. -- "No Control"
Dismembered remains are discovered in several mailing boxes at a dead letter office, and the Jeffersonian team identifies the victim as an employee of a local Ship 'n' Print, where the staff recently split the winnings of a lottery prize. The team uncovers a complicated love triangle between two married employees and the victim, and while motive points to the husband, a critical clue leads them to solve the crime definitively. Meanwhile, Booth's grandfather breaks some unexpected news, and Special Agent Genny Shaw learns the importance of teamwork.
Songs: Lex Land. -- "What Happens Now?"
The team discovers the remains of a so-called "storm chaser" who seems to have died while following a tornado. In trying to figure out how injuries occuring during the storm, they unlimtately believe he was murdered. Meanwhile, Booth becomes increasingly overprotective of Brennan both at home and in the field, and sleep-deprived Angela and Hodgins come to terms with having Angela's father and rock musician babysit their infant son.
Songs: The Walking Pheumonias -- "Don't Forget To Call Your Mother", ZZ Top. -- "Hi Fi Mama"
A cryptic message penned in human blood is discovered at a national monument. As the Jeffersonian team embarks on a scavenger hunt to solve the case, they realize their tech-savvy suspect remains one step ahead of them. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan search for the perfect home for their new family.
Songs: The Twilight Singers. -- "Be Invited"
The corpse of a truck company employee is found in the middle of the woods. After the victim's son is questioned, Booth and Brennan visit his karate class in search of a motive. Back at the lab, Hodgins is going overboard purchasing lab equipment. Then, Booth's son Parker returns from England and Brennan is apprehensive about how he'll react to his new baby sister.
When a corpse is found in the middle of the woods, the team links the victim to two families that have been feuding for almost a century. Brennan and Booth interrogate a family member with a shocking confession that leads them to a motive for the victim's murder. Meanwhile, Brennan has a difficult time accepting her father's offer to babysit their infant daughter because of his unpredictable presence in her own childhood
Evil tech genius Christopher Pelant, a suspect in a previous case Brennan and Booth handled, is back in court on appeal. Knowing what he is capable of, Brennan and Booth inform the judge that he is a suspect in two murder cases. Then, Brennan and Booth are called to the scene of a new murder. After determining the victim is Brennan's friend, who also is linked to Pelant, the Jeffersonian team works to prove he is guilty once and for all. But when law enforcement examines the team's findings, key pieces of evidence are tied to Brennan and suspicion falls on her.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a high-powered divorce lawyer with a lot of enemies. The plot thickens when the team discovers that the attorney's wife and assistant have been hiding crucial evidence which could help solve the case. Meanwhile, Brennan tries to adjust to life after being on the run, and tensions start to rise between her and Booth as the impact of their three-month separation begins to take its toll.
After an explosion occurs in a hotel garage, the Jeffersonian team must research the remains found at the crime scene in order to match them to the victim. The investigation only gets trickier when they discover that the man whom they thought was dead is actually alive. Meanwhile, Booth has to take on a desk assignment to get the department's budget approved in order to land a promotion, so Sweets is given a temporary partner, FBI Special Agent Olivia Sparling.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of Jared Drew, an animal expo employee, and in the course of their investigation into his death, they enter the world of illegal animal trafficking. Meanwhile, Brennan thinks she would make an excellent presidential candidate, and Sweets and Daisy take on a big change in their relationship
When Brennan becomes fascinated with basketball and the underlying concepts behind Phil Jackson's philosophy of "teamwork," she calls upon five of her best "squinterns" to complete the task of identifying remains that have been deemed unidentifiable. During their investigation, the squints uncover the identity of a man who died as a result of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, which propels the team to determine if he was a perpetrator or a victim
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of a crime scene cleanup expert whose remains are found mysteriously sealed in an impenetrable pod that washed up on the beach. Meanwhile, Angela and Hodgins learn that Cam is involved in a secret romance.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of a young boy whose soul remains very much alive. When psychic Avalon Harmonia attempts to help the deceased's spirit cross over, each member of the team begins to question his or her own beliefs about life after death.
The team investigates the murder of a well-known archeologist with a questionable reputation, who came upon a career-defining discovery right before his death.
After Hodgins and Angela were drugged and woke up to a bloody corpse hanging in the canopy of their bed and flower petals around their son Michael's crib, they are forced to believe that Pelant is back for revenge against Hodgins. Although Hodgins wants to go after Pelant directly, Booth knows it's best to work within the system and not go against protocol. Meanwhile, as the Jeffersonian team investigates the corpse, they discover the victim was a Special Forces agent working for the world's biggest supplier of mercenaries, and Angela and Hodgins decide to start an investigation without the rest of the Jeffersonian team for the sake of their family.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the remains of two bodies that were found at the same burial plot: one of a female cancer patient; the other, the cancer patient's "doula," who was guiding her through her grieving process with the illness. Meanwhile, with a spotlight on the case, Brennan and Booth start discussing their individual choices for after-death arrangements. Also, Daisy Wick returns for her first case after her break-up with Sweets.
Brennan and Booth investigate the death of a female roller derby skater whose body was dismembered. In order to get more answers, they enlist Angie to go undercover as a derby skater. Meanwhile, Cam tries to uncover the details behind Booth's secretive hospital appointments.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the remains of a 15-year-old boy. Although his mother and few close friends saw him as intelligent with poor social skills, the team discovers that this seemingly innocent boy was actually involved in illegal activity and had attended a high school party two weeks prior where drugs were present. The investigation takes an ugly turn when an underage girl confesses to being raped and the deceased boy's reputation is compromised. Meanwhile, with the case's spotlight on deception, intern Finn Abernathy contemplates telling Cam that her daughter Michelle is in town visiting for the weekend.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of Symchay Conteh, a young man whose remains were found in a barrel at a hazardous waste disposal facility. They discover that the victim was an immigrant from Sierra Leone working numerous part-time jobs in order to make ends meet Meanwhile, as the team gets deeper into the investigation, Cam and Arastoo find it even more difficult to keep their relationship a secret and Brennan and Booth try to decide on a vacation destination
An undercover police officer, who was investigating a string of ATM robberies, turns up dead in a van with a bag of diamonds found inside his mutilated body. So the Jeffersonian team must figure out whether or not the ATM robbers are also murderers, or if the cop was crooked. Meanwhile, Brennan is the subject of a documentary commissioned to raise funds for the Jeffersonian, and she struggles to be likeable on camera
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of Jack Spindler, a successful employee at a brokerage firm by day, but a stripper by night. When the team learns how Spindler's moonlighting affected his personal life, they start to question the people closest to him, including his stripper friend, Storm. Meanwhile, Booth's mother shows up after a 24-year absence in his life and makes a special request of him
The Jeffersonian team rushes to prevent a viral outbreak while investigating the murder of journalist Mia Garrett after her infected body is found at a biohazard facility. When the mutated virus that killed Mia infects Jeffersonian intern Arastoo Vaziri, their only chance of saving him is by solving the murder. Tension and passion build as the team races against the clock to find the killer - and the cure
When evil tech genius Christopher Pelant returns to toy with the Jeffersonian team in their newest investigation, they discover that the string of murders that have been occurring are tied to FBI agents close to Booth. Meanwhile, as the investigation unfolds, Sweets realizes that the evidence seems all too familiar to him and Brennan starts evaluating her relationship with Booth when signs begin to point to him as a potential target of Pelant's
Pelant is back, and the members of the Jeffersonian team want to put an end to the hold he's had over them, once and for all. When a human cadaver is willed for research to the team, they devise a plan, with the help of Special Agent Hayes Flynn, to stage the human cadaver in a way that Pelant would stage a murder, and steal his spotlight in order to flush him out. But their plan backfires when Pelant is a step ahead of them, resulting in him killing someone close to Booth. Meanwhile, Sweets returns from his leave of absence and is convinced that Agent Flynn isn't the person whom everyone thinks he is
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of Charlie McCord, a high school principal who, upon learning he had terminal cancer, created a website where people could go and pay for his inspirational videos. When the team finds a suspicious video of Charlie punching former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Chuck Liddell in the face, it leads the team to Charlie's bucket list, which ultimately helps them get closer to solving the case. Meanwhile, Brennan and Booth finally start to plan their wedding and Sweets could be replaced by a virtual profiling system
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of Nancy Handelman, whose body was discovered at the time of Brennan and Booth's wedding rehearsal. When the case becomes more serious than the team anticipated, Cam and Angela do everything in their power to keep the details of the investigation from Brennan in order to ensure that she will stay focused on her big day. Tensions run high when unfortunate events occur to stall the wedding temporarily, and Max comes to town with a suspicious duffle bag full of money
Booth and Brennan are looking for a relaxing honeymoon after their stressful wedding. However when they can't relax, they decide to help Raphael Valenza a local detective who's trying to solve the murder of a Nazi war criminal who's remains can be found in a mass grave. Whilst in Washington, Angela nd Hodgins try and take care of Christine.
The body of Sean Nolan is uncovered amidst the critters of Beaver Dam. The team's work soon uncovers that his career path of been a model wasn't bringing him in any money and he was donating sperm as his only form of income, this becomes a worry when they discover he had falsified his records. Brennan is drawn into a feud with an author. Hodgins looks after a fly larva.
Peter Kidman, a professional soccer player is on trial for killing his wife and Brennan is a juror on the case. She manages to use her objectiveness to prove he isn't guilty. However soon after this leads to death of Peter's best friend and another key witness. It soon becomes apparent that Peter is the murderer and the team have to prove he killed both his wife and best friend.
A food scientist has been killed and his remains tossed in a meat grinder. The meat from the grinder was then fed to school children when stew was served. The Jeffersonian team uncover that the scientist had a brand new invention and believe that his killing was the result of competition from someone in the multi-million dollar food business. Angela throws Brennan a post-wedding bachelorette party.
When a nationally acclaimed gymnast is murdered and their remains scattered throughout a public park, the Jeffersonian's investigate the case. A fellow gymnast seems to be the main suspect, however when Brennan and Booth uncover the victim led a double life, the case is turned upside down. Booth isn't happy when Brennan has compassion for the victims father. Cam confronts her identity thief.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of Colin Haynes, a struggling country music singer whose remains were found in a shallow grave. When the team learns about the victim's music career, it leads them to his record label, which, they discover, was deceitful in its dealings with him. Meanwhile, squintern Wendell Bray breaks his arm during a hockey game and Brennan takes a closer look at his injuries, only to discover some shocking news.
Songs: Charlie Worsham -- Love Don't Die Easy
When the Jeffersonian team discovers the body of a renowned but disliked chess master amidst pig slop, Sweets surprises the team with his chess skills and goes undercover in the world of professional chess to find the killer. Cam is being recognized in the "Outstanding Woman of Science" issue of a noted science publication but is hesitant to participate since she does not want to offend Brennan who knows she should be the one to be honored. Meanwhile, much to Brennan's annoyance, Dr. Douglas Filmore, the always sunny Canadian forensic podiatrist, fills in as a lab intern.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of Lauren Frank, a kidnap victim whose remains were found buried at a park. But when they discover the unhappy relationship that Lauren had with her stepmother, the team starts to think the killer was someone closer to the girl than expected. Meanwhile, Hodgins uncovers a shocking secret about his family and Brennan and Booth face a common couples dilemma - whether to co-mingle their funds
When a CIA informant is found murdered, Booth and CIA Agent Danny Beck must work together to track down an Afghani terrorist. Meanwhile, Brennan wants to work more closely with Booth in the field, and the duo must confront the implications of what that means to their family
A repo man's remains are found in a septic tank, and the Jeffersonian team must work together to figure out who the killer is. When the team discovers that the victim had a troubled past, some key witnesses from his earlier days become potential suspects. Meanwhile, handsome and charming Rodolfo Fuentes has defected from Cuba, where he was a forensic anthropologist, but now needs an internship to complete his degree. Brennan agrees to try him out as an intern on a case, and Brennan and Booth discuss whether or not Christine should have a religious upbringing
When a children's TV show actor is found dead, the Jeffersonian team goes behind the scenes to uncover who murdered everyone's favorite character, "Carrot Bill." But when the team discovers that the actor was known for his promiscuity, they start to uncover some unlikely suspects. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan plan Christine's first birthday party, and Clark asks the team for their opinions on a fictional novel he's completed
When Todd, a wealthy artifact collector, walks into his own funeral, the Jeffersonian team must find out to whom the cremated remains at the funeral belong. The investigation gets complicated when the team determines that there are three sets of remains in the urn. Meanwhile, Finn enjoys his newfound wealth from his hot sauce venture with Hodgins, but is heartbroken when Michelle has devastating news for him.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death an art school dropout struggling with Lupus, whose remains were found inside a log in a forest. When the team learns about the victim's use of cannabis to treat her pain, it leads them to the dispensary where she worked, and they uncover more shocking details that could have contributed to her death.
Meanwhile, squintern Wendell Bray returns after starting cancer treatments, and while working on the case, he starts to open up more about his illness, only to reveal some shocking news that may end in his termination. Also, Booth preps for his FBI Competency tests
The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of Stephanie McNamara, the daughter of a wealthy family whose remains were found in a national park. When the team digs deeper into the circumstances surrounding her death, clues from the case lead them to believe she may be the Ghost Killer's latest victim, with a surprising connection to a previous victim. Meanwhile, the FBI Deputy Director takes a special interest in the team's high-profile case and Booth's career may be in for some changes
Brennan and the team attempt to absolve Booth and get him released from prison. The remains of a man who has been dead for over sixteen years prove to be significant.
The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a controversial conservative radio host. The radio host remains where found in a storm drain. The team discover some of his extracurricular activities, which helps to narrow down the suspects. Elsewhere, Special Agent James Aubrey is desperate to gain the trust of Booth. Brennan is worried about Booth after recent events.
Special Agent Aubrey and the team investigate the murder of a video game designer. Jessica, the intern, talks about her educational cooperative with which has been involved in. Brennan and Booth talk about Christine's future.
Brennan runs into a publishing rival. Wendell hears back from his diagnosis. The team members investigate a murder when remains are found in a convention's stairwell.
The case of a maid's death turns out to be a bigger case than originally thought. Tensions are rising between Cam and Brennan.
The team investigate a billion dollar hedge fund company when severely damaged remains from human's are found under a merry go round.
The team are called in after a crossword puzzle master is discovered in an urban fracking site.
The team are called in after the remains of a psychology professor are discovered.
In 1950s Hollywood, Brennan is a detective whilst Booth is a well known jewel thief.
The team are called in after a wealthy teacher is discovered dead in an abandoned bookstore.
The team take a look at a local bakery after the body of an ex-con is discovered in pieces.
The team take a look into the death of a mini-golf superstar. Brennan is concerned about her dad.
Booth and Brennan work undercover as they become involved in the world of underground poker.
The team are called in after the remains of a celebrity chef are found in a local park.
Brennan and Booth believe that bullying is behind the death of a private high school student.
The team attempt to find evidence that Alex Rockwell did not commit the crimes of which he was convicted for.
The team must race against the clock to expose the killer of the son of a powerful diplomat.
The team take a look into the death of an ex-con who has become a yoga instructor.
Brennan enlists help in the investigation into the death of a real estate agent.
In a crossover with Sleepy Hollow, The grisly discovery of human remains leads Brennan and Booth on a hunt for clues, during which they cross paths with Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills, who are looking for answers of their own.
(The crossover concludes in Sleepy Hollow Season 3 Episode 5 - Dead Men Tell No Tales)
The team races against the clock to find out who killed a US Senator from Virginia before a vital press conference that may promote the killer.
Hodgins attempts to get used to life in a wheelchair. A public defender is murdered and several of her previous clients had motives to kill her.
A suspect for the murder of a convicted felon has ties to Booth.
The team take a look intp the death of an a cappella singer whose body was found in a lab rat.
Booth's hockey knowledge is used as the team investigate the death of a player whose headless corpse was left in the river.
The team try to find The Puppeteer, a serial killer from the past. Brennan finds it hard to deal with his guilt over not stopping the killer earlier.