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Two Previews of 'Bones' 4.05: Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond

September 24, 2008 (4:53 am) GMT
Jack has to seek the help from Zack after having a dead end on the case where a dismembered body is found without head.

FOX have provided two clips from tonight's (September 24) episode of "". One will see Booth and Bones discussing the case in a car while the latter drives and the second clip sees Jack and Zack also discussing the case with the latter solving one part of the mystery.

12 pieces of a dismembered body are found lying in a purple pool of water, except the head is missing. The team finds that the body belongs to Jared Addison, a science fiction writer who had several mental problems. With Sweets' help, several suspects are hunted down, however the team has trouble finding enough evidence with the victim's head still missing, that is until they turn to Zack for help.

"The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond" will be aired on FOX at 8:00 P.M.

On a casting news, of "" will join the show as Booth's brother named Jared Booth. "I'm going to be playing Jared Booth, D. Boreanaz's younger brother," Fehr wrote on his website. "At any rate, it's going to be a lot of fun and I'm really looking forward to it. The character is great and well written and will be something I haven't really done yet. He's got a lot of stuff to work with on the screen and with a great back story so here's to not screwing it up."



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