When a bowler's remains are found in an automatic pinsetter in the Season 6 finale, Booth goes undercover to fill an injured Max's slot on the victim's team to look for clues and suspects. Meanwhile, a pregnant Angela works via Webcam from the hospital.
In the seventh-season premiere, the team investigate the death of a woman with a history of amnesia, disappearances and head trauma whose corpse is found in a shallow grave. Meanwhile, Booth and a very pregnant Brennan discuss their living arrangements onc (more…)
A new squintern (Luke Kleintank) makes an immediate contribution to a case involving the death of a competitive eater, whose remains are identified before a premiere event, but his delinquent past makes his welcome to the Jeffersonian a rude one. Meanwhile (more…)
A toy-company CEO (Morgan Fairchild) grants Booth and Sweets access to its top-secret lab after the remains of a female executive are discovered in a shrink-wrapped doll. Meanwhile, Daisy helps Sweets in his quest for a permit to carry a gun, though Booth (more…)
Human remains found in mail at a dead-letter office are linked to a local business-service retail center, where a group of employees are recent lottery winners. Meanwhile, Booth gets surprising news from his grandfather (Ralph Waite); and Special Agent Gen (more…)
The team discovers the death of a storm chaser may not have been caused by the tornado he was following. Meanwhile, Angela and Hodgins have reservations about letting Angela's father, ZZ Top guitarist Billy F. Gibbons, babysit Michael; and Booth becomes ve (more…)
An escaped convict's remains are found in a residential sewer pipe, but the team find evidence that a murder occurred inside a prison. Meanwhile, Booth asks Brennan to take it easy as they await the birth of their baby.
The team gets help from Special Agent Genny Shaw in identifying the remains of an extreme couponer whose body was dragged by an 18-wheeler. Meanwhile, Brennan returns to work after having her baby; and Cam isn't happy with her daughter's relationship with (more…)
A chemical breakthrough by intern Arastoo Vaziri helps determine that the remains of a corpse—dyed blue—found in a landfill are those of a person who worked at a hair salon. Meanwhile, Booth tries to boost Brennan's self-esteem when she's self-consciou (more…)
Booth's son, Parker, comes home from England, but Brennan wonders how he'll react to his new baby sister. Meanwhile, the discovery of a truck-company employee's corpse in the woods prompts a visit to the victim's son's karate class; and Hodgins goes on a s (more…)
A corpse found in the woods may be connected to a feud between two families that's been going on for more than 100 years. Meanwhile, Max's offer to babysit his granddaughter, Christine, dredges up unpleasant memories for Brennan about her childhood.
Booth is still missing, but the team learns that Agent Miller has hidden information about his whereabouts and physical state. Meanwhile, a digital forensic scientist helps Angela try to decipher information pertaining to Booth's location and the circumsta (more…)
A film adaptation of Brennan's latest book takes her and Booth to Los Angeles for the production, where Brennan criticizes the acting and disregard for science, but the trip takes a strange turn when a prop cadaver happens to be a real murder victim. Meanw (more…)
Series star David Boreanaz directs the Season 7 finale, which features the return of Christopher Pelant when the "hacktivist" and suspected serial killer is back in court, but the team's efforts to pin another murder on him don't go as planned after eviden (more…)
The eighth season begins three months after Brennan went on the run from the FBI, but the Jeffersonian team is doing everything it can to prove that she was framed for murder by diabolical genius Christopher Pelant, and their case gets a boost from an anon (more…)
The Jeffersonian team's investigation of the murder of a polarizing divorce lawyer takes a strange turn when they learn that important evidence has been hidden by the man's widow and assistant. Meanwhile, Brennan tries to get back into a normal routine, bu (more…)
An investigation of human remains found in the aftermath of an explosion in a hotel garage hits a snag when the team learn their assumptions about a man's fate are incorrect. Meanwhile, Sweets gets a temporary partner at the FBI when Booth has to work on t (more…)
In the fifth-season premiere, work resumes for Brennan, who's back from a dig in Guatemala, and Booth, anxious to return to duty six weeks after his brain surgery, when Angela's psychic (Cyndi Lauper) suggests there are bodies buried under a fountain in Wa (more…)
The murder of a secret agent spawns a spook-filled investigation that may lead Brennan and Booth to the top of the CIA. Meanwhile, the Jeffersonian team is in danger of losing an intern to a lack of funding, and the success of Brennan's latest book irks Bo (more…)
The team's investigation of the death of an animal-expo worker leads them into the shady market for illegal animal trading. Meanwhile, Brennan considers her political aspirations; and Sweets and Daisy confront a change in their relationship.
Brennan's new fascination with basketball and legendary coach Phil Jackson's thoughts on teamwork prompts her to gather five of her best "squinterns" to analyze remains that have never been identified. In the process, they try to identify a man who died in (more…)
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- Birth Name: Hartwick David Hanson
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- Birthday: July 25, 1957, Leo
- Profession: Writer, executive producer, creator
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