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Bones, Season 2HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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The second season of Bones follows Dr. Temperance Brennan's discovery about her parents' real identities, her mother's murder, and her father's disappearance. Special Agent Seely Booth has pledged all his FBI muscle and steadfast support to follow the trail of clues, find Brennan's father, and give Brennan the answers she's been seeking for 15 years. Brennan's intelligence and social awkwardness mean that – aside from Booth – she is most comfortable with her equally brilliant colleagues: Angela Montenegro, who specializes in the three-dimensional reconstruction of crime scenes and victims' facial features, is Brennan's earthy and bawdy best friend; Brennan's grad student and assistant Zack Addy is a young prodigy; and conspiracy theorist Dr. Jack Hodgins is an expert on insects, spores, and minerals. Upon returning from vacation, Brennan is surprised to find she answers to a new boss: pathologist Dr. Camille Saroyan, who has a past with Booth.

Customer Reviews

There were Three or More Episodes that were Disturbing.

Some were sickening, some were about witches, cooks being injured and so on incidents.

Beginning to see some emotions from Brennan.

All of characters are now show there back stories from the past . We dr Brennan showing how she became to person is today and booth the like. Now zack and dr jack hodgins I think are the comedy relief of the show which is awesome because they are so good at it. I give it 4 out of 5 stars.