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  • Cam, Brennan, Angela, and Hodgins attend a national forensic science convention.

  • Brennan tries on some smart glasses that record crime scenes.

  • Tess Brown, a forensic novelist and publishing rival to Brennan, surprises the group.

  • The team discovers the remains of a body in a stairwell at the convention.

  • The team tries to investigate the scene while convention attendees try as hard as they can to sell them equipment from the sidelines.

  • Thanks to the experimental program that Brennan was able to get him into, Wendell is able to come back to work.

  • Thanks to the gadgets available, the team has no need to rush back to the lab.

  • Brennan and Booth investigate the murder of a video game designer.

  • Brennan and Booth question Noah Gummersall, the murder victim's roommate.

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  • With Hayes dead, Noah stands to gain a lot of money from their joint checking account.

  • Much to Booth's dismay, Aubrey geeks out during their murder investigation.

  • Anne Schamberge, Hayes programming partner, answers Booth's questions while Aubrey continues to geek out.

  • The CFO of the company where Hayes worked advises Booth to contact her attorney.

  • Booth takes down a suspect who wasn't taking too kindly to his presence on the gaming stage.

  • The team is called in after two high school students discover a body.

  • Brennan investigates remains found in a storm drain.

  • Aubrey thinks this is the worst thing he's ever seen, but the team begs to differ.

  • Hodgins is able to recovers the stoats' den and all of the body parts they have taken.

  • The team examines the victim's body and tries to determine the cause of death.

  • Booth discovers a secret room used by the conservative radio host.

  • There is no shortage of possible murder weapons...

  • Brennan finds plenty of dried blood and bodily fluids.

  • The victim's boss admits to disposing of the body, but claims that he isn't the murderer.

  • Brennan and Dr. Clark Edison examine the damage done to Sweets' skeletal structure. They find evidence of a submission hold used by those in the military.

  • Sweets' official cause of death was a torn aorta, which happened when his rib cage was crushed inward.

  • Booth questions Dr. Durant once more, hoping to find a connection to Sanderson.

  • Hodgins and Special Agent Aubrey search the home of an agent who worked under Hoover, hoping that he kept some of their secret files.

  • Things get heated when Brennan and Booth find out more about Durant.

  • After matching Durant's DNA to that found in the wound of Cooper, Booth is determined to bring him down.

  • The team finds all of Durant's files inside the replica of J. Edgar Hoover's office, right under their noses in the Jeffersonian.

  • Daisy and the team visit Sweets' favorite park to remember him and to spread his ashes.

  • While Booth awaits trial in jail, he runs into some guys who know him.

  • The team works to find the point of origin of the entire conspiracy that has the federal government in it's grip.

  • Brennan worries that the people behind the conspiracy are counting on Booth being killed while in jail.

  • While Booth was in jail, Brennan set up a whole new home and had a laptop full of evidence waiting for him.

  • FBI Special Agent James Aubrey follows Booth, whom he is supposed to keep out of trouble.

  • Booth returns to work against his bosses wishes and Sweets' advice.

  • In order to move the case along faster, Sweets decides to split up from Booth and Brennan.

  • Booth tracks down the hospital security guard who was involved with the beginning of the conspiracy theory. It turns out he was actually an FBI agent.

  • After being attacked, Sweets' internal bleeding is too severe; he dies before an ambulance can arrive.

  • Booth is rushed to the operating room with multiple gun shot wounds.

  • A piece of sternum bone found on the ceiling confirms that the origin of the blast came from where the victim was.

  • The team brings the remains, which have melted to a recliner, back to the lab for further examination.

  • Cam determines that the victim, Foster, did not die from smoke inhalation; he was dead before the fire started.

  • Knowing that the victim was a conspiracy theorist makes it more suspicious that his computer's hard drive was missing.

  • Brennan and Colin believe that Foster was tortured, possibly for information, before being killed.

  • Booth is questioned by a Senate subcommittee.

  • Booth is attacked by the media after Congressman Hadley questioned him on the confidential assassination that occurred during his time in the military.

  • Booth tries to find out who was blackmailing Congressman Hadley.

  • Booth prepares for a possible confrontation with whoever killed Foster.

  • When Booth awakes from surgery, he is handcuffed to his bed and accused of murdering the three agents who attacked him.

  • Brennan and Sweets investigate the death of a college swim coach.

  • Members of the swim team suspect that their married coach, Ryan, was sleeping with the other swim coach, Gabby.

  • The new Jeffersonian intern, Jessica, may be very intelligent, but has a lot to learn about discipline.

  • The investigation takes Booth to a club that the victim frequented.

  • Destiny informs Brennan and Booth that Ryan, also known as Jenny, had an enemy at the club where he performed.

  • Hodgins searches the pool for remnants of the shooting.

  • Gabby admits that she owns a gun, but claims that she didn't kill Ryan.

  • The Jeffersonian team investigate remains found in a national park.

  • Since the case may be related to the Ghost Killer, Brennan was discouraged from being at the scene.

  • The team discovers that the victim had real human nails glued to her fingers.

  • The team exhumes the body of a young girl whom they believe was Stephanie's first victim was.

  • The clues lead to Congressman Palter's home, who was the judge that helped place others in jail to cover Stephanie's crimes.

  • Brennan and Booth look for an abandoned tobacco factory where the suspect is most likely hiding out.

  • The team is called out to examine remains whose organs are oddly intact and with various stages of insect activity.

  • Brennan questions Booth when he arrives at the crime scene well behind everyone else.

  • After discovering that their victim was cryogenically frozen, Brennan and Booth have questions for scientists at a cryogenic preservation facility.

  • Booth and Brennan learn about another cryogenic specialist who was storing bodies in his garage and recently tried breaking into the Cryonova Lab.

Cam, Brennan, Angela, and Hodgins attend a national forensic science convention.

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