'Bones' Videos: Catch a First Glimpse of 'The Finder'
'Bones' Videos: Catch a First Glimpse of 'The Finder'
Laurel Brown
Laurel Brown
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The upcoming episode of Bones forms the genesis of a potential spin-off series based on the concept of "The Finder." In order to provide the set-up, Brennan and Booth will travel to Florida to investigate a murder victim found in a swamp. And now we've got the video evidence.

FOX has released two videos, both of which show early stages in the investigation of the quite decomposed body. After the initial remains are examined (a process that involves a glass eye and much muttering about being in a swamp), further evidence leads Booth to suggest turning to Walter Sherman for help.





If you don't have the time or the inclination (although why you would not, I don't know) to watch the videos, here are the important points:

  • Third-degree polynomial equations would be very difficult to solve in your head. Ergo, that's impressive.
  • Glass eyes have serial numbers on them.
  • The plot for "The Finder" will involve a treasure map of some sort.
  • Walter Sherman (the titular "Finder") locates things with the help of "Finder power." Whatever that is. (I'm sure the episode will explain it to us.)
  • Apparently, you have to call a map for undersea riches a "chart."  
  • "Hogs got people teeth."

Is this not enough to satisfy your Bones curiosity? Fortunately, EW.com has another video clip showing the moment when Booth and Walter Sherman reconnect in a Florida bar (You have to "like" their Facebook page to see it). The two men obviously have something of a history, which we will most likely learn in later episode moments.

I disagree with Booth, by the way. Ninjas would win. Ninjas always win.

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Are you looking forward to "The Finder" episode of Bones? What are the chances that we'll get a new series out of this? Would you wear dentures made out of pig teeth? Let us know in the comments section!

(Image and videos courtesy of FOX)




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