Brennan and Booth investigate when a soccer mom is blown up in her minivan; the investigation uncovers that the woman was a member of the National Liberation Army in the 1970s, and she may have been on the verge of turning herself in for a violent crime.
Betty uses her Queens connections to lure big time photographer Vincent Bianchi to shoot for the magazine. When Bianchi insists that Betty meet him at a posh restaurant, she gets a makeover but things don't quite turn out as planned. In the mean time, Bradford tries to get his hands on Fey Sommers' death car and Wilhelmina primps for a big date.
A Wilhelmina-induced crisis causes everyone to scramble to re-create an issue by deadline; Daniel and Betty try to break the wild-child cover girl (Eliza Dushku) out of rehab for a re-shoot; Alexis tries to charm the printer into extending their time.
Ivan (Tom Selleck) wants to invalidate the postnuptial agreement Shirley drafted for him so he can get a divorce; Denny's Internet date, hurt by his comments about her size, plans a lawsuit.
Ed sends a team to find missing anthropologists on a planet similar to 21st-century Earth; the mission goes awry when they realize the planet uses a public voting system to determine punishment.
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