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Bones: Watch Season 9 Episode 13 Online

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On Bones Season 9 Episode 13 Brennan and Booth struggle with some personal information they need to share with Wendell while they search for the murderer of a local country musician.

While studying the case of a local musician who was found murdered and covered in coyote vomit, Brennan finds a disturbing analogy between the victim and the broken bone that Wendell suffered at the hand of Booth while they played a game of hockey together. Did Booth take the game a bit too far?

The country singer discovered some amazing news just before he was killed, and the team is tasked with trying to determine if it was fate or that news that brought about his demise. 

As the suspects line up, everyone reevaluates their lives and what lies ahead, realizing that they should live every minute as if it's their last because it just might be.

But who killed the singer? And why was Brennan concerned about Wendell's broken bone? You can only find out if you dive into the full episode and watch Bones online by clicking below. Sometimes you just have to dance to whatever music is playing!

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The singer featured in this episode is Charlie Worsham.

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Bones Season 9 Episode 13 Quotes

Brennan: I thought your belief in God gave you the sense that the universe had some kind of loving plan.
Booth: Well God tests us to see what we're made of so we can appreciate what we have.
Brennan: Well I can appreciate the universe without cancer.

Booth: I don't believe this.
Brennan: No it's true. I recovered a portion of them as I was scooping vomit out of the victim's eye socket.
Booth: Bones, remember that conversation we had about people trying to eat.
Brennan: Yes. Of course, yes. Well, I'm a little disappointed, because what will be our lunch conversation?

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