T.V. Series Review: Bones Season 9

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Bones Season 9 Summary

The ninth season of the American television series Bones premiered on September 16, 2013, and concluded on May 19, 2014, on Fox. The show maintained its previous time slot, airing on Mondays at 8:00 pm ET, then moved to Fridays at 8:00 pm starting November 15, 2013, and returned to Mondays at 8:00 pm beginning March 10, 2014. The season consists of 24 episodes.

Season 9, Episode 1: The Secrets in the Proposal

The remains of an accountant for the state department are found in a hotel air conditioning unit; Booth finds an Army buddy and CIA agent, Danny Beck, removing evidence from the victim’s condo; Brennan contemplates her future with Booth.

Season 9, Episode 2: The Cheat in the Retreat

The investigation into the murder of a management consultant whose remains were partially eaten by bobcats leads to a marriage retreat site; Cam’s identity is stolen; Sweets decides to take a leave of absence.

Season 9, Episode 3: El Carnicero en el Coche

The team investigates when a gang member’s remains are found in a burnt-out car; when Sweets learns that one of the boys from the center where he volunteers is a gang member’s son, he decides to help.

Season 9, Episode 4: The Sense in the Sacrifice

The team devises a plan to use a donated cadaver to draw out Pelant; Sweets returns to work and believes Agent Flynn isn’t who he seems.

Season 9, Episode 5: The Lady on the List

The team investigates the murder of a high school principal who was dying of cancer, Brennan and Booth plan their wedding, and a virtual profiling system threatens Sweets’ job.

Season 9, Episode 6: The Woman in White

The team tries to keep the details of an investigation away from Brennan so she will focus on her wedding, and Max shows up with a suspicious bag of cash.

Season 9, Episode 7: The Nazi on the Honeymoon

Unable to relax on their honeymoon, Booth and Brennan decide to help a local detective solve the murder of a Nazi war criminal; Hodgins and Angela look after Christine.

Season 9, Episode 8: The Duse in the Dam

The team suspects that a man who made his money donating sperm was killed by a recipient who learned his records were inaccurate; Brennan enters a feud with a fellow author (Nora Dunn).

Season 9, Episode 9: The Fury in the Jury

Brennan is called up for jury service, but the lack of watertight evidence means a footballer with the means and motive for murder may walk free.

Season 9, Episode 10: The Mystery in the Meat

The team investigates the murder of a food scientist whose body was put through a meat grinder and mixed into canned stew, and Angela puts together a post-wedding bachelorette party for Brennan.

Season 9, Episode 11: The Spark in the Park

When a gymnast’s remains are found in a park, Booth and Brennan discover she was living a double life; Cam confronts the woman who stole her identity.

Season 9, Episode 12: The Ghost in the Killer

The team investigate when the remains of a girl who died 18 years earlier are delivered to Brennan and Booth’s house, and Brennan dreams about Pelant.

Season 9, Episode 13: Big in the Philippines

The team investigates the death of a country music singer whose remains were found in a shallow grave; Brennan takes a look at Wendall’s injuries after he breaks his arm during a hockey game.

Season 9, Episode 14: The Master in the Slop

When the team discovers a renowned chess master in pig slop, Sweets goes under cover in the chess world; a science magazine honors Cam; Dr. Douglas Filmore fills in as lab intern.

Season 9, Episode 15: The Heiress in the Hill

The team investigates the murder of a kidnap victim whose remains were found at a park; Hodgins makes a discovery about his family; Brennan and Boothe consider co-mingling their money.

Season 9, Episode 16: The Source in the Sludge

Booth and CIA agent Danny Beck (Freddie Prinze Jr.) must track down a terrorist after a CIA informant is murdered; Brennan and Booth must consider the ramifications when Brennan wants to do more work in the field with Booth.

Season 9, Episode 17: The Repo Man in the Septic Tank

When the remains of a repo man are found in a septic tank, the team learns he had a troubled past; a forensic anthropologist (Ignacio Serricchio) who has defected from Cuba needs an internship.

Season 9, Episode 18: The Carrot in the Kudzu

When an actor known for playing a popular character on a kids’ TV show is murdered, unexpected suspects are discovered; Brennan and Booth plan a party for Christine’s birthday; Clark asks for opinions on his novel.

Season 9, Episode 19: The Turn in the Urn

When a wealthy artifact collector walks into his own funeral, the team must determine the real identity of the deceased; Finn’s new hot sauce venture is making big money.

Season 9, Episode 20: The High in the Low

The remains of a former art student are found in a log in a forest, Wendell returns after beginning cancer treatments, and Booth prepares for an FBI competency test.

Season 9, Episode 21: The Cold in the Case

The team investigates the death of a woman whose body was cryogenically frozen before being dumped in a swamp, Cam is nervous to meet Arastoo’s parents, and Booth is up for a promotion.

Season 9, Episode 22: The Nail in the Coffin

When the remains of a woman from a wealthy family are found in a national park, the team thinks she may be a victim of the Ghost Killer; Booth’s career might be in for some changes.

Season 9, Episode 23: Big in the Philippines; The Drama in the Queen Part 2

When the head swim coach of a community college is found dead at the bottom of the well, possible suspects think he may have been having an affair; a new intern (Laura Spencer) catches Sweets’ attention.

Season 9, Episode 24: The Recluse in the Recliner

A man who wanted to talk to Booth about a possible government cover-up is killed before their meeting takes place; as Booth and the team investigate the conspiracy surrounding the man’s death, Booth’s future with the FBI becomes uncertain.

Bones Season 9 Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

9th season seems to mesh with season 8 and seems forgettable but it was good. Love the series, characters, arcs and much more. I don’t have much more to say on this season so what are your thoughts?

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