In Delaware bay, the decomposed corpse is found of Carlie Richardson, who had been missing for a year, her husband Kyle was released from custody because there was no evidence/body to convict him at that time. She was brutally beaten up and pregnant, but finding a fresh water fish proves that the body was moved. Booth meanwhile worries if his ex Rebecca Stinson's new boyfriend, Drew, is a good influence on their 4 year-old son Parker. Bones still mistrusts her new department chief Dr. Camille Saroyan. Kyle Richardson has fled, hitting his present girlfriend Karen Tyler, according to her to save her the risks of coming with him, she is soon caught on several lies. The evidence proves Kyle couldn't have done it; the corpse drifted naturally all the way from a creek in New Jersey. The evidence holds more surprises, such as a second baby.
Did You Know?
When Brennan walks into the diner and over hears Booth talking to Parker about how humans are different than apes, he tells her he's talking to a 4 year old. The actor who portrayed Parker was actually 7 at the time the episode aired. See more
(at around 2 mins) In the opening sequence Booth says that "the body washed up in the bay" and then a moment later Bones and Booth are shown driving west across the national mall (away from the Chesapeake Bay) as Bones says that taking "the I-70" will be faster. The I-70 runs west, and away from the Chesapeake Bay, out of Baltimore Maryland (approximately 40 miles north) and the I-270 is the spur just outside of Washington D.C. that connects to it, but that would take you northwest and also away from the Chesapeake Bay. See more
Special Agent Seeley Booth
You have kids, we'll talk.
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan
That's a lot to ask for a little conversation.
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