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Bones: The Boy in the Shroud
Brennan and Hodgins join Booth and Cam at a crime scene beside an overturned garbage truck. Among the trash in the truck is the body of a young man wrapped in a shroud. Brennan finds that his skull is cracked and his leg is broken, and Hodgins determines the victim has been in the trash heap for at least three weeks. At the lab, Angela is able to identify the body from a facial imprint created by the shroud. As Booth and Brennan try to unravel the limited clues of the case, the parents of the deceased boy point a suspicious finger at their sons young girlfriend, Kelly, a product of the foster system. Brennan takes her team members rush to judgment and criticism of Kelly to heart since shes a product of the foster system as well. When Kelly confesses to the murder of her boyfriend, Brennan and Booth dont buy it, but are shocked and disheartened to discover who the real murderer is. Meanwhile, things get tense when Brennan and Cam butt heads over their different work styles and Brennan recoils at Cams power plays. When a disagreement comes to a head, Cam threatens to start looking for Brennans replacement, even if it means losing the whole Jeffersonian team if theyre forced to take sides.
Cam seriously considers firing and replacing Dr. Brennan.
Hodgins and Angela's intrest in each other grows.
Temperance: I was a foster child.
Booth: Ya, I know.
Temperance: Did people always assume the worst of me?
Temperance: Were you lying to the boy? Do you really think Kelly Morris is still alive?
Booth: I don't know.
Temperance: You don't know if she's alive?
Booth: I don't know if I was lying.
Booth: Why did you run?
Carter: 'Cause this lady was chasing me.
Temperance: Because you ran.
Carter: Yeah, it's a brain twister.
Booth: He's a perv - inside three times on solicitation of minor charges.
Temperance: Boys or girls?
Booth: Girls, he's a traditionalist.
Temperance: I can't work like this.
Cam: Are you telling me I should start looking for your replacement?
Angela: Dr. Saroyan, I don't want to be overly dramatic or anything, but if you lose Brennan, you lose us all.
Cam: What if i fired her? What would you do?
Booth: I'm with Bones, Cam, all the way. Don't doubt it for a second.
Cam: Can you run the scenario through your magic,... holographic,... crystal ball,... thingy.
Angela: I'm sure you're all familiar with the Shroud of Turin.
The Shroud of Turin is an ancient burial cloth bearing the image of a man who some believe to be Jesus Christ because the man in the image has some of the injuries that Christ was suppose to have. Most believe it is a hoax. A Bishop from medieval times wrote the Pope saying he had personal knowledge it was a forgery. Also, radiocarbon testing has its age during medieval times.
Zack: Romeo and Juliet - Act 2, Scene 2.
Romeo and Juliet was a play written my William Shakespeare. It's about the love of two people in rival families and what they would do to be together. It is one of the most famous love stories.