Bones: Fire in the Ice
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  • While not as good as the first one, which involved a murder at a circus, the episode Fire in the Ice still managed to be interesting

    • by Steve

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      Wow, two new episodes of Bones in a row and both aren’t half bad. While not as good as the first one, which involved a murder at a circus, the episode “Fire in the Ice” still managed to be interesting.

      You have a fireman who played hockey against Booth who is found dead below the ice of a lake (he’s discovered after

      some kid accidentally drills into him with an auger).

      And, all the evidence of the guy’s murder points to Booth himself, mostly because he got into a fight with the guy about a week before he was murdered.

      It’s definitely an interesting case because Bones has to prove Booth’s innocence while trying to figure out who would kill the fire fighter.

      It’s ...

      • a mystery that leads them to several women who slept with him, a cop who got in a fight with him a short time after Booth did and a possibly jewel theft at a fire.

        In the end, it ends up coming down to the guy’s dead fish and what exactly killed all of them at the exact same time.

        The end

        of the episode is a bit lame, however, as you see Booth and Brennan ice skating.

        I mean, seriously, they are obviously more than just partners.

        If you are going to get some sort of relationship between them, you might as well start instead of teasing the viewers week in and week out.

        Still, compared to a lot of episodes, this is a good one that is worth watching.

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