The mummified remains of two teen girls are found at Halloween-themed amusements. When a third girl goes missing, Booth and Brennan fear that a serial killer may be at work. Meanwhile, the team prepares for the annual Jeffersonian Halloween Ball. Gregg Lis (more…)
When the remains of a Jeffersonian intern are found in the building's incinerator, the discovery leads to suspicion within the institution. Meanwhile, Cam has Booth pose as her boyfriend at a family gathering. Felicia Saroyan: Rochelle Aytes.
The remains of a high-school student are found in a time capsule. The Jeffersonian team's investigation focuses on classmates of the deceased, who are now in their late thirties. Dr. Lance Sweets: John Francis Daley.
The Jeffersonian team thinks a serial killer may be at work again after an archbishop is found murdered. Meanwhile, Brennan deals with family issues when her fugitive brother resurfaces to see his sick stepdaughter and a dutiful Booth promptly arrests him (more…)
The Jeffersonian team investigate the murder of a mall Santa, who decked out his home with holiday decor and had gone as far as changing his name to Kristopher Kringle. Meanwhile, Brennan tries to arrange a festive family get-together. Max Keenan: Ryan O'N (more…)
When a motorcycle racer's remains are discovered in a national park, Brennan and Booth hunt for his killer. But just when they're getting traction, another rider's seemingly accidental death throws the case off course. Meanwhile, Dr. Sweets tries to get Bo (more…)
Brennan and Booth investigate the death of a star college-basketball player found crushed under a set of stadium bleachers. Meanwhile, Hodgins attempts to propose to Angela. Chief Cutler: James Black. Coach Morse: Michael McGrady.
The Jeffersonian team struggles to remain impartial when they're called to testify for the prosecution in the trial of Brennan's father (Ryan O'Neal), who could be sentenced to death for the murder of FBI Deputy Director Kirby.
When the body of an aspiring singer (Ace Young of "American Idol") is discovered, Booth and Brennan probe a club's open-mike night, where they encounter the deceased's friends, rivals and one dangerously obsessed fan.
In the third-season finale, the arrival of a human jawbone at the Jeffersonian looks like the work of the Gormogon, while the disappearance of the silver skeleton from the lab suggests one of their own may be working as the serial killer's apprentice.
The gruesome death of the host of a reality-TV show that exposed infidelity challenges the Jeffersonian team to identify a killer from a long list of disgruntled adulterers who may have been motivated by revenge. Meanwhile, Booth is surprised that Brennan (more…)
In the first part of a combined episode, a maid is murdered and her wealthy former employer is a suspect, but the deceased may have been in the U.S. illegally. In the second hour, a gambler's remains are found in an industrial shredder, which kicks off an (more…)
Part 1 of 2. Brennan and Booth are on a lecture tour in London, where their trip is extended after they're drawn into the investigation of the murder of a wealthy American's daughter. Meanwhile, back at the Jeffersonian, Angela is surprised by the return o (more…)
The discovery---not far from the Jeffersonian---of the mutilated body of a veterinarian leads to an investigation that uncovers the deceased's gambling addiction and possible ties to an illegal dogfighting enterprise. "Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan guest sta (more…)
When the murder of a reclusive science-fiction writer with obsessive-compulsive disorder has the Jeffersonian team stumped, Hodgins turns to Zack (Eric Millegan) for help in piecing together the evidence to track down the killer.
Brennan and Booth pose as a married couple at her high-school reunion, where they search for clues about the death of one of her classmates, which may have something in common with another murder committed 15 years ago.
Human remains discovered inside a shark may be those of an aquarium's guest lecturer, but another interesting aspect of the investigation emerges when Brennan observes the predatory nature of a marine biologist (Rena Sofer) with her eye on Booth.
When the mangled corpse of an office manager is found in an elevator shaft, Brennan and Booth probe the complexities of the company's politics to find out if any of the numerous grudges borne by her former coworkers shed light on her tragic death. Meanwhil (more…)
Brennan and Booth alight in a small religious enclave on the Chesapeake Bay when the remains of the community's pastor are discovered, but they have their work cut out for them in determining the true identity of the victim and a possible motive for murder (more…)
A sculptor's corpse is found in a crushed car at a junkyard, and the team must decide if it's the result of the dead man's artistic suicide or murder. The case is complicated by the fact that his assistant---Angela's ex-girlfriend---is a suspect.
The discovery of a body at a state-police training site leads to the investigation of a confidence game, played on a struggling inventor, that resulted in a pair of murders. Meanwhile, Booth's brother (Brendan Fehr) takes a job at the Pentagon and develops (more…)
On a trip to China to inspect prehistoric remains, Brennan and Booth try to solve the airborne murder of a travel writer, but the pair must find the killer before the plane lands in Shanghai and takes the case out of U.S. jurisdiction. Meanwhile, Hodgins t (more…)