So Sweets flirts with the hot geek girl, even if he has a girlfriend, and stupidly goes into their tent with her. She does manage to steal a kiss from him, but eventually he runs away from the temptation. I don't know if Daisy will see it that positively, since he did know better. Fischer does end up slipping into the tent with her, but doing so makes him miss the movie when the line moves. Hodgins reassures Sweets that it is the quality of sex and not the quantity that matters, and they leave Fischer outside to go watch. Guy vengeance! Harsh.
Eventually Brennan figures out that Rifton wasn't actually a champion. She notices that the machine he played on to win wasn't the same machine as the one in the arcade. He had the autistic boy win and then stole all the credit for himself. It's easy to deduce who the murderer was then, especially when Hodgins links the murder particulates with peacocks from a golf course. It was the autistic boy's father who felt Rifton was stealing something special from his son and lost his head. Later on Booth and Brennan talk about it and he is understanding about the man's desire to protect his son, but she pointed out that his son didn't know or care if someone took his credit. They then play the game together, and it's all very cute.
For all you Hodgins/Angela fans out there, they had a very nice little scene in this when Hodgins was in a wifebeater. Speaking of which... hellooo, T.J. Thyne, when did you get so jacked? Rrrowr. Anyway she finally sees the tattoo that her father forced on him, and he seems to have no interest in taking it off. She demands he zaps it and looks a little shaken. It's 'cause he still believes in you/him, Angela. Get a clue!
The Avatar pimping was annoying, but it really fit the geeky characters of Sweet, Hodgins, and Fischer so it worked. Plus it was nice to see them outside of the lab and being funny together. This week's episode looks about ten times better because Brennan strips Booth down to his undies for "evidence." Bow chicka wow wow. Is that what we're calling it now?
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