There are instances in “Bones” that reminds me of “House.” It happens when the “Squint Squad” talks about fungi and similar things that could cause a person to have the symptoms they have in “House.”
Standard First Order of Logic
Sweet describes the standard first order of logic “as a philosophical system of reasoning using if/then statements along with other identifiers” and other things I didn’t catch. Of course that’s the psychologist in him trying to explain Booth and his Hannah’s relationship.
Put the Lid Down When Flushing the Toilet
During the conversation at their favorite diner, Sweets, Brennan, and Booth start talking about things Booth given to and started doing since his girlfriend moved in. One thing is about the toilet seat. This leads to the conversation about pee and poop spraying all over the place when flushing. They also explain how it can get all over toothbrushes and other items and needs to put down the lid when flushing.
Man Eating Clams
While walking into the latest crime scene. the shelter area reminds Booth of large man eating clams. Temperance proceeds to explain large clams shells close to slowly and can’t clamp down and close all the way to prove Booth’s thoughts on the structure is incorrect.
Fluoroscope and Slurry
An injection of a compound is pumped into the open area where the skeleton by the newest intern. It is suppose to shows the rest of the skeletal area that has disappear n the cement. This procedure creates a mold of the skeleton except the part of the missing skull so they can have a better look at the skeleton. The template from this process is used later in the show.
During the look at the original skull of their latest victim, it is noticed this person has a dental tattoo. It is an image of an upside down man on his head doing a spin hip hop move.
Additive Stereo Lithograph Machine
lasers to cure micro thin layers of liquid resin into hard plastic stack of two dimensional layers creates three dimensional object the template from the fluoroscopes of the skeleton will be used to make plastic replica of the skeleton
watching the plastic skeleton form from this machine and resin was like what can happen from one of the animal making machines from the Oklahoma City Zoo. Not sure how many other zoos have those.
Blastomyces Dermatitidis is a bone eating fungus in this episode of “Bones” that causes the open area in the cement. It ate away all but the front part of the skull. When checking on this fungus, Hodgins finds the CDC outbreak is linked to Kalorama Park where the street performers work.
Bronze Shakespearian street dancer is the object of Sweets psychological opinion on this street performer. Sweets talks with him in Shakespeare quotes to get answers about questions needed for Agent Booth.
Hairline Evulsion Fracture of the Femur
A nick in the bone from when Booth’s girlfriend was shot causes concern with Brennan. It is when there is a hairline evulsion fracture of the femur. When a tendon or ligament fracture pulls the shard of bone away from the injured area, it could sever the femoral artery and cause death for the person who has this type of injury.
Trash Picker Stick as a Murder Weapon
In the show, a trash picker stick used for picking up the garbage is used as a murder weapon. The victim is stabbed and his lung is punctured. This is how he gets the bone eating fungus in his body.
Handprints from Weathered Plastic Vacuum Metal Deposition
Hodgins was the victim and Brennan made the slit in the plastic like the killer did to prove how they could find prints on the degraded plastic from the construction site once they find the hand print they use a popcorn machine, gold dust (which will adhere lipids from finger prints to at a subatomic level), and evaporated zinc which sticks to metal to get the prints of the killer. By doing that it will help FBI to determine if the DNA from two suspects help prove the killers identity.
Turning Up the Heat
They turn up the heat in the room to suck the moisture out of the room to get both suspects. They did this because they wanted to confirm the DNA and prints from the black plastic from the crime scene.
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