When the Jeffersonian team investigates the death of a former Marine sergeant whose remains were found burned to a crisp, they discover that she was discharged after a fist fight with another Marine. When Booth and Sweets go to question the other Marine involved in the altercation, they learn that Deanna was obsessed with the idea of the apocalypse, which leads the team to a following of doomsday preppers who become key suspects in her death. Meanwhile, Sweets thinks he has landed his dream apartment but Brennan and Booth are not convinced that he will actually move out.
Did You Know?
The letter from Deanna to Carlene reads: "If you're reading this, it means I finally got the courage to put it in the mail. I know you've been calling but I can't face you - it's not about the fight. I forgave you for that a long time ago. I know it's hard to hear about the end of the world all the time. People don't want to be reminded of it. I've finally admitted to myself that there might be something worse than the end of the world - rejection... Carlene, I love you. I realize now that you make life worth living. You showed me that there are good things in this world and that it would be worth rebuilding after the world's collapse. It's cowardly to say it like this, but I've never felt this way before. Maybe there's more to life than just survival." See more
Bones and Saroyan both refer to benzodiazepine in the singular, and include an actual bottle labeled Benzodiazepine as evidence. Benzodiazepine is not an individual drug, however; the term refers to the entire class of psychoactive drugs (which includes such brand names s Valium, Klonopin and Ativan). It would be correct to say "a benzodiazepine," as in any one drug in this group. See more
References Three's Company
Written by The Crystal Method
Performed by The Crystal Method See more