When the Jeffersonian team discovers the body of a renowned but disliked chess master amidst pig slop, Sweets surprises the team with his chess skills and goes undercover in the world of professional chess to find the killer. Cam is being recognized in the "Outstanding Woman of Science" issue of a noted science publication but is hesitant to participate since she does not want to offend Brennan who knows she should be the one to be honored. Meanwhile, much to Brennan's annoyance, Dr. Douglas Filmore, the always sunny Canadian forensic podiatrist fills in as a lab intern.
Did You Know?
The victim's name is Albert Magnuson and he's a master chess player. He is most likely named after the 13th century alchemist, Albertus Magnus. See more
The Dutch word Ingrid VanderLubbe mutters during the interview with Booth is "wekroep" that is a concatenation of the two words: "wek" and "roep", which literally translate to: "wake-up" and "call". However she pronounces it as "we" and "kroep" (two otherwise correct Dutch words), as if she was saying in English: "wa kupcall". Moreover, the word "wekroep" is hardly ever used in modern Dutch. See more
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan
A negative note about a Canadian, Dr. Filmore?
Dr. Douglas Filmore
Oh. Yes. A report without negative comments about a Canadian would be unacceptable in Canada.
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Written by Peter Himmelman See more