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Bones Episode: "Intern in the Incinerator"

Season 3, Episode 6
Episode Synopsis: 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.
Original Air Date: Nov 6, 2007
Guest Cast Xander Berkeley: Dr. Harlan Bancroft Sam Jones III: Tyler Neville E.E. Bell: Phil David Greenman: FBI forensic tech Marcus Geier Tom Virtue: Dr. Ted Reardon Scott Allen Rinker: Dr. Evan Klimkew Rochelle Aytes: Felicia Saroyan Terrell Tilford: Dr. Kyle Aldridge J.R. Nutt: Nick
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Season 3, Episode 6
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Length: 43:53
Aired: 11/6/2007
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"Intern in the Incinerator" Season 3, Episode 6

Gorgonzola. Gormaguy. Goobagon. That Widow's Son serial killer sure racked up a lot of nicknames in tonight's episode. I was really looking forward to finding out more clues about the mystery cannibal, and it was rather a letdown to find out the Silver Skeleton perp didn't end up having anything to do with tonight's case. Perhaps, like the squints, I just really wanted it to be Gormogon (as explained tonight, G-gon refers to a group in the 18th century dedicated to eradicating the Freemasons and the Illuminati) and not the smarty-pants Jeffersonian doc we should otherwise have been able to trust. After maintenance workers found the charred remains of a girl in the Jeffersonian's furnace room, the team set out to figure out who the victim was and how she died. I loved the scene where Angela looked at the skull and already saw the shape of the girl's face forming in her mind before any forensic devices were applied. You have all been dead-on in your commentaries by mentioning that we've learned a lot more about Angela this season than ever before. I love hearing her backstories as well, and also finally knowing that this is really a girl with some depth. It's also apparent that she's practically the only one in the whole gaggle with a social life. Her business with the victim, Kristen Reardon? Oh, they lunched. With Reardon's lover, the Jeffersonian's Dr. Aldrige? They had drinks. Angela, we knew you rocked, and by the end of the season, I bet we'll have even more evidence of it. On Cam. I'm usually not a Cam-disser, but tonight her shenanigans really blew my mind. A confident leader-type like her asking Booth to pretend like he's still her boyfriend "just between 6:30 and 10:00" in order to make her dad happy? Get with the program, girl - you have to be your own woman. At least she figured that out by the end, if only under duress. Her sister and her frisky lips were somewhat another story, having spontaneously kissed Booth and providing us with one of those rare, wonderful Booth moments where he gets all awkward and tongue-tied. That kiss made me yelp, but maybe not entirely in a bad way. And yes, I do think he kissed back. The team later found out that Kristen was having an affair with Aldrige. Unfortunately, Aldridge was killed (and his death made to look like a suicide) before they could get any useful info out of him. In the meantime, it was discovered that Kristen's body was dropped from the incinerator's top-floor chute, that she was killed in Aldridge's office near the chute, and that the copper chunk found in her ribcage belonged to an 800-year-old artifact that the team couldn't quite pinpoint. Two murders, no known perps, and a whole lot of conjecture that Gormogon was not only responsible but is a Jeffersonian squint. That didn't sit pleasantly with me, and from what we gathered at the end of this episode when Bones talked about feeling betrayed, it didn't sit well with her either. The bad guy ended up being Dr. Klimkew (who I think deserves a few parody names himself), Kristen Rearden's internship head in the Jeffersonian's authentication department. Kristen figured out about the guy's smuggling of stolen Persian artifacts (one of which inadvertently became her murder weapon), essentially putting a big fat Klimkew-attracting target on her back. Since the Jeffersonian isn't subject to customs or security inspections, a smuggling scheme was pretty clever. The team eventually cracked the case and exonerated Gormogon (for now). What did you think of the look on Bones' face when Cam told her she and Booth had had dinner together? Was that jealously or just confusion? I really liked how proud Booth was that he knew so much about Bones' favorites in life. Daffodil, daisy, Jupiter? I wonder if those shots they gulped down at the end were her favorite kind of whiskey, too. Can't wait till next week for more Bones ? Check out the clips in our Online Video Guide . show less
Gorgonzola. Gormaguy. Goobagon. That Widow's Son serial killer sure racked up a lot of nicknames in tonight's episode. I was really looking forward to finding out more clues about the mystery cannibal, and it was rather a letdown to find out the Silver Skeleton perp didn't end up having anything to do with tonight's case. Perhaps, like the squints, I just really wanted it to be Gormogon (as explained tonight, G-gon refers to a group in the 18th century dedicated to eradicating the Freemasons and the Illuminati) and not the smarty-pants Jeffersonian doc we should otherwise have been able to trust.After maintenance workers found the charred remains of a girl in the Jeffersonian's furnace room, the team set out to figure out who the victim was and how she died. I loved the scene where Angela looked at the skull and already saw the shape of the girl's face forming in her mind before any forensic devices were applied. You have all been dead-on in your commentaries by mentioning that we'v... read more

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