Bones TV Episode: The Woman in the Sand
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  • This episode, overall, proved to be pretty interesting

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      There wasn’t much on TV this past weekend and my wife and I were too tired out to watch an actual movie so we decided to watch re-runs of Bones instead; starting with one that we had never seen before, The Woman in the Sand. This episode, overall, proved to be pretty interesting.

      While investigating the remains of a district attorney that was found in the desert, Bones and Booth discover another


      body; only this time it is the body of someone who isn’t famous and doesn’t really look like a mob hit.

      This leads to an investigation into an underground fighting ring because the woman was a participant who disappeared shortly after winning a fight there.

      There are a couple things about this episode that make it memorable.

      First, I loved how Booth and Bones go undercover in order to infiltrate the ring.

      ...


      • Bones is very funny and entertaining as she goes over the top.

        And, that twist at the end, where Booth ends up having to fight in one of the matches was definitely interesting too.

        Oh, and I loved how Brennan kept winning whenever she gambled and gave Booth some of her beginner’s luck by betting on him.

        The other thing that will stick out for me is how the Jeffersonian team used

        another boxer as “evidence” by bringing her in and using a thermal imager to compare her injuries (she was the last one to fight the victim) with the wounds on the victim’s body so they could determine which injuries were from the fight and which would have been the method used to kill her.

        If you haven’t seen this episode from the second season of the show I would really recommend it because it did prove to be very interesting.




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