Michaela and Ben investigate the murder of a fellow Flight 828 passenger. Saanvi discovers an unusual marker in Cal's blood that wasn't there before. Ben worries for the safety of his family. Michaela is urged to own her truth.
Jason and the team find innocent civilians in need of rescue just as enemy forces close in on them, and the team debates whether to tell Ray that his wife has gone into labour.
Ray goes undercover in a busy spice market to make a high-stakes money swap and Jason attempts to take down a terrorist.
The team must protect a delegation of government officials in Jalalabad on a publicity tour, after the same officials ignored a credible threat made against them.
Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian team are called in by the Bancroft family, major donors to the Jeffersonian, to investigate the death of Terence Bancroft, who was found dead at home, bound to his desk chair and maliciously stabbed. The team proves the body had been there for almost a month. Booth questions Terence’s wife, Clarissa, while the team brings the body and all the evidence back to the Jeffersonian for further tests. Hodgins removes an old photo of himself with the victim from official evidence so the others won’t see it, knowing the photo links him to the case. When the case goes to trial and Hodgins’ involvement is revealed, the Jeffersonian’s reputation is jeopardized, prompting Brennan to make an important decision about her team. Psychiatrist Dr. Gordon Wyatt has cleared Booth to carry a gun and go back to work, but it’s contingent on Booth continuing to meet with Wyatt on a few underlying issues – issues that may be creeping into Booth’s judgment and affecting his investigative work. Meanwhile, Agent Sullivan invites Brennan to one of his basketball games and the heat is turned up on their relationship.
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