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[S1E10] The Woman At The Airport ((EXCLUSIVE))



"The Woman at the Airport" is the tenth episode of the first season of the television series, Bones. Originally aired on January 25, 2006 on Fox network, the episode is written by Teresa Lin and directed by Greg Yaitanes. While the series takes place mostly in Washington, D.C., this episode is also set in Los Angeles, California, featuring FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth and Dr. Temperance Brennan's investigation into a woman whose remains were found at several locations in the Los Angeles International Airport.




[S1E10] The Woman at the Airport


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The well preserved remains of an Iron Age specimen piques the professional interest of everyone in the lab. While Dr. Brennan and Zach start working on it, Booth brings in another case, skeletal remains of a victim that are dispersed around Los Angeles airport. Booth triumphs over Brennan's refusal to join the investigation in favor of the more scholarly forensics by dangling the attraction of a high profile Hollywood case to Brennan's superior, Dr. Goodman.


Initial investigation reveals that the bones were scattered by coyotes to everyone's mild surprise. The Special Agent in Los Angeles, Tricia Finn, pesters Brennan about the upcoming movie based on her novel and tries to promote her screenplay talents. The dead person turns out to be a high profile call girl with a penchant for plastic surgery for beautification. The pervasive bone restructuring of the face render facial reconstruction impossible. Brennan is also distressed by the culture of physical insecurity, leading to an industry of plastic surgery in the city. The circumstantial evidence points to two surgeons who operated on the dead woman. But the ending reveals that it was one of the call girl's colleagues, Leslie Snow, who murdered her out of jealousy. Meanwhile, a standoff between Dr. Hodgins and Dr. Goodman is resolved when Hodgins discovers that the intentions behind avoiding forensic investigations on the Iron Age skeleton is more out of deference to the well preserved body and less due to administrative jurisprudence.


The well preserved remains of an Iron Age specimen piques the professional interest of everyone in the lab which Dr. Brennan and Zack starts working on. Booth brings in another case, skeletal remains of a victim that were dispersed around Los Angeles airport. Booth triumphs over Brennan's refusal to join the investigation in favor of the more scholarly forensics by dangling the attraction of a high profile Hollywood case to Brennan's superior, Dr. Goodman.


Initial investigation reveals that the bones were scattered by coyotes to everyone's mild surprise. The FBI agent in Los Angeles pesters Brennan about the upcoming movie based on her novel and tries to promote her screenplay talents. The dead person turns out to be a high profile call girl with a penchant for plastic surgery for beautification. The pervasive bone restructuring of the face render facial reconstruction impossible. Brennan is also distressed by the culture of physical insecurity, leading to an industry of plastic surgery in the city. The circumstantial evidence points to two surgeons who operated on the dead woman. But the ending reveals that it was one of the call girl's colleagues who murdered her out of jealousy. Meanwhile, a standoff between Dr. Hodgins and Dr. Goodman is resolved when Hodgins discovers that Goodman's intentions behind avoiding forensic investigations on the Iron Age skeleton is more out of deference to the well preserved body and less due to administrative jurisprudence.


Brennan: It's barbaric. It's painful. (Looks at the woman waiting.) It's wrong. This murder victim may never be identified because some glorified barber with a medical degree had the arrogance to think that he could do better then the millennium of evolution.


Brennan: What this young woman did to herself, it's as if she completely removed her own identity. Who hates herself so much that she not only changes her looks but her core architecture? If we don't know who she is, then how will we be able to catch the person who murdered her?


[Cut to the LA FBI office. Brennan and Booth are sitting across a small table from a classy looking businesswoman. She turns out to be a madame. Agent Finn is pacing. They are discussing the remains and the stolen breast implant.]


Booth: I need his name...(Bardu looks like she's not going to answer.) Miss. Bardu it's always the same story, beautiful young woman...somebody wants to meet her, somebody can't have her, somebody dies.


In this episode of Border Security Australia's Front Line, Custom agents question how an unemployed American will fund his fifteen days stay. In Ashmore Reef National Park, Custom board's a boat and finds 1.5 tonnes of illegally fished Trochus Shells. A United Kingdom woman has one more chance to convince Immigration Agents to not cancel her visa.


Customs go on the hunt for drugs on two suspicious passengers from different flights from Vietnam. Immigration interview a British passenger who has declared a criminal record, while his girlfriend waits at the airport. Quarantine staff find an act of shocking cruelty in a parcel from China.


When a British passenger makes an astonishing admission, Customs officers become very interested in him. A hunt for a Chinese woman suspected of being in Australia illegally sparks an angry showdown with Immigration. A passenger returning from Iran is stopped at the border.


An Australian passenger returning from the Philippines tries a few moves on Customs. A Malaysian person doesn't let the truth get in the way of his story in Immigration. A woman from Hong Kong becomes very nervous when Customs officers discover suspicious documents.


Staff are given enough reason to suspect a bomb is in someone's luggage and the entire airport is shut down. Elsewhere, travellers challenge the highly trained intuition of Customs officers and a businessman's ambitions hit a snag.


A Singaporean passenger arrives for a holiday, but Customs officers are more interested in the declared food that he has brought with him. A dawn raid by Immigration takes a few people by surprise. A woman returning from Italy has to get past Quarantine officers before she can meet her husband.


A woman attempts to blough her way across the border, but officers will find all the answers they need. This is not the first time immigration has had a problem with this passenger. And a surprise find ends in tears.


A couple who broke up during a holiday to the US have arrived in Brisbane where a detector dog has a reaction to one of their bags. A Japanese woman, under an exclusion period tries to enter Australia under a married name.


A man arrives at Brisbane airport with plant material in his bags that he claims are for 'black magic'. A young US passenger has come to Australia on a 3 month tourist visa to do a course on life coaching. But her Australian boyfriend tells a different story.


A Taiwanese woman struggles to answer a barrage of questions after drugs are found in her bag's handles. A Malaysian passenger refuses to take no for an answer. An entire family returning from Fiji may have set a new record for undeclared items.


There is a chance that a returning young Australian passenger has decided to dump some evidence, ignoring his mother's advice by doing something stupid. Immigration catch a woman lying about her travelling companions, with a simple farewell card getting all of them into trouble. A wardrobe malfunction in Quarantine reveals an elaborate concealment.


Customs & Border Protection suspect a woman may be concealing something under her clothes. - A passenger travelling from Vietnam claims to have nothing to declare, so what's in his bags? - Unusual steps are taken to calm an agitated traveller with working visa issues. A parcel form India has caught the attention of Customs & Border Protection Air Cargo Unit. The mascara bottles it contains reveal a big surprise.


A woman arriving from Kuala Lumpur is possessing suspicious bones. Vietnamese chef travels often and goes nuts, when his bags are being inspected. American man comes to see his girlfriend who he met online. He might have done a mistake.


A Nigerian woman claims to be a fashion designer, but Customs officers don't think her story measures up. A sudden memory lapse could be a problem for a Polish passenger who has just travelled for 23 hours to visit his girlfriend. A mysterious box has Quarantine officers digging for answers.


An extreme sport holiday vacationer is being questioned by Security Border Officers after displaying unusual behaviour. - Flavoured Drinking powder packages don't look quite right. - An intercepted message by Immigration Officers reveals deception from a travelling woman with a tourist visa. - A family gets to snack on declared food not authorised into the country, before being let through customs. An other passenger isn't as lucky.


Tonight, a cocky passenger admits to criminal behaviour, but evidence is found that will wipe the smirk off his face. Elsewhere, a fifteen-tonne concealment is discovered inside a truck. Then, officers try to stop a woman from causing a biological disaster.


Officers suspect a passenger is here to make a special delivery to a mystery woman she met in a bar in Bali. Elsewhere, a man is enraged when his wife denies they have any relationship. Then, a simple box of food hides a very clever secret.


In this episode of Border Security Australia's Front Line, Immigration Officers received information that could help them foil one man's plan of illegally working in the construction industry; is this the right man? Is this pretty woman just a model? A boxing trainer from L.A. becomes aggressive towards Customs Officers.


A man tells officers he travelled to Bali for fun. However, a positive drug reading may prove he had ulterior motives. Elsewhere, what is with this shampoo? It definitely won't give your hair any bounce and shine. Then, a major crime is averted when a woman simply removes her shoes.


A Chinese student arrives in Sydney with 'performance enhancing' pills. A couple returning from America have many unusual presents, including bear and wolf skins, an alligator head, a viper head, and ornamental tomahawks. Immigration conduct a raid on a house where they believe a Thai woman is living illegally. 041b061a72


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