Bones: Season 12
F.B.I. Agent Seeley Booth is teamed up with forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan to solve some of the most baffling and bizarre crimes ever. Booth depends on clues from the living, witnesses and suspects, while Brennan gathers evidence from the dead, relying on her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the bones of the victims.
Cast View all
|Eugene Byrd||Dr. Clark Edison|
|David Boreanaz||Seeley Booth|
|Ryan O'Neal||Max Brennan|
|Patricia Belcher||Caroline Julian|
|Emily Deschanel||Dr. Temperance Brennan|
|Carla Gallo||Daisy Wick|
|Tamara Taylor||Dr. Camille Saroyan|
|Joel Moore||Colin Fisher|
|Jonathan Adams||Dr. Daniel Goodman|
|Brian Klugman||Dr. Oliver Wells|
|John Francis Daley||Dr. Lance Sweets|
|Eric Millegan||Dr. Zack Addy|
|T.J. Thyne||Dr. Jack Hodgins|
|John Boyd||James Aubrey|
|Andrew Leeds||Christoper Pelant|
|Michaela Conlin||Angela Montenegro|
|Pej Vahdat||Arastoo Vaziri|
|Ryan Cartwright||Vincent Nigel-Murray|
|Joel David Moore||Colin Fisher|
|Ignacio Serricchio||Rodolfo Fuentes|
|Laura Spencer||Jessica Warren|
|Michael Grant Terry||Wendell Bray|
|Luke Kleintank||Finn Abernathy|
Episodes View details
Brennan has been kidnapped by her former assistant, Zack Addy, as Booth and the rest of the lab desperately search for her.
After discovering the body of a man involved with creating artificial intelligence bots, the team must figure out if the victim’s own artificial intelligent bot was programmed to kill him.
When the body of an old man is found inside an acid dump site, Booth, Brennan and the squints find themselves deep in retirement home drama.
The team investigates the murder of someone from Booth and Brennan's past. Meanwhile, Aubrey faces a moral dilemma of his own when he discovers his dad is back in the picture.
When a tutor of privileged students turns up dead, the team sorts through all the possible perpetrators, from disgruntled parents to the tutor's roommate with a criminal record. Meanwhile, Bones is frustrated with the voice of her audio book and tries to prove that she can record it herself.
The dismembered body of successful golfer-turned-lumberjack Phyllis Paul brings the squints to the Lumber Sports Regional Championships. At this competition, Booth and Brennan discover numerous secrets that could have resulted in Phyllis’ murder, including an affair with a married rival. Meanwhile, Hodgins secretly analyzes the bacteria on the bone of a prior victim that he believes will exonerate the murderer, Zack Addy.
When a series of corpses with ties to Booth’s former Army unit appear around D.C., Booth must dive into his past to find the killer before the killer finds Booth. Meanwhile, Brennan’s father, Max, hides a serious medical procedure from Brennan, leaving her to grapple with her father’s trust and mortality, as well as her family being in danger.
A recent loss creates a rift between Booth and Brennan, as they deal with their grief in different ways. Meanwhile, an old flame from Brennan’s past comes to visit.
When a young man dies in a horrendous hay baler accident, Booth, Brennan and Aubrey slap on trashy disguises and go undercover at a rowdy demolition derby competition to investigate the case. Meanwhile, Dr. Gordon Wyatt returns and assists Hodgins and Cam when the ongoing Gormogon case hits a dead end.
When the burning, bruised body of an aspiring writer/director crash-lands onto a passing car, the team investigates a series of odd locations and characters that are connected to his film. Meanwhile, Bones seeks guidance from Dr. Mayer on the meaning of passion in the work place and Booth allows Aubrey to take the reins on their current case.
In the series' penultimate episode, each leading character's final story begins to unfold. Brennan testifies for Zach in trial, Angela reveals some big news, while Aubrey and Jessica come to terms about their future together. All the while, the team discovers Kovac has escaped, leaving Booth in a race against the clock to protect himself and those closest to him from what may be Kovac's most dangerous plan yet.
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