Brennan and Booth are called to the scene of a deadly fire at a D.C. prison to investigate what they believe is the death of Brennan's incarcerated adversary, serial killer Howard Epps, whose body was found burned beyond recognition. But Brennan's examination leads to the chilling realization that the charred body is not Epps', but that of a D.C. fireman Epps killed in order to fake his own death and escape from a maximum security prison amid the commotion of the fire. After paying a visit to Epps' former wife, Caroline, to determine if she has any clue as to his whereabouts, Brennan and Booth leave empty-handed, but are concerned for Caroline's safety with her ex-husband on the loose. Their fears are quickly realized as they get concrete proof that Epps has killed again. As Epps leads Brennan and Booth into a game of cat and mouse, it's clear he is targeting them and the people they're close to, all the while giving them clues they desperately try to decipher before Epps takes another victim. While Cam conducts an autopsy on Epps' latest victim, Booth implores her to break protocol to save time and jump to a later step in the process. Against her better judgment she does, but she is sprayed with a deadly poison and critically injured. As Cam's life hangs in the balance, Booth, Brennan and the rest of the Jeffersonian team race to figure out what deadly substance is killing Cam and determine Epps' whereabouts before Cam becomes his latest victim.
A decomposed body is discovered in a tub of acid at a naval base and Ducky and Abby learn that the victim was a submariner.
When Natalie needs a last-minute date to her brother Jonathan’s wedding, she reluctantly agrees to let Lieutenant Disher accompany her. The wedding is being held at a posh resort, and everything seems to be going fine - until Disher gets run over by a car in the resort’s parking lot. Disher suffers serious injuries and barely survives the horrible incident. Captain Stottlemeyer and Monk show up to investigate, and they quickly determine that the driver of the car, who fled the scene, must be a member of Natalie’s family. But why would one of Natalie’s relatives try to kill Lieutenant Disher?
Bent on revenge, Bud makes a date with the girl who once stole his clothes and ran his underwear up the flagpole.
Weaver fears for her own reputation when Legaspi is accused of sexual harassment. Afraid to reveal her relationship with Legaspi--for both personal and professional reasons--Weaver fails to support her during the investigation. An infant is abducted from the hospital and later found on a train platform. Greene and Corday are overjoyed by his competency assessment: Greene is deemed capable of working.
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