- "I mean, how hard can it be to replace one weirdo squint?"
- ―Seeley Booth
|"The Widow's Son in the Windshield"|
Season 3, Episode 1
|Airdate||September 25th, 2007|
|Producer||Christopher Ambrose; Steve Beers; Elizabeth Benjamin; Josh Berman; David Boreanaz; Emily Deschanel; Jan DeWitt; Hart Hanson; Noah Hawley; David H. Jeffery; Barry Josephson; Stephen Nathan; Kathy Reichs; Janet Tamaro; Ian Toynton; Scott Williams|
|Starring||Emily Deschanel; David Boreanaz; Michaela Conlin; Eric Millegan; Tamara Taylor; TJ Thyne|
|Previous||"Stargazer in a Puddle"|
|Next||"Soccer Mom in the Mini-Van"|
"The Widow's Son in the Windshield" is the first episode of season three of the TV series Bones and the forty-fourth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Ian Toynton and written by series creator Hart Hanson. It first aired on the FOX Network on Monday, September 25th, 2007 at 8:00 pm. In this episode, Booth and Brennan investigate the skull of a concert violinist named Gavin Nichols. Their investigation leads them to believe that a serial killer with a penchant for medieval ritualism may be loose in Washington, D.C. Meanwhile, Jack and Angela hire a private investigator to track down Angela's ex-husband in the hopes of having her previous marriage annulled.
Principal Cast Edit
|Emily Deschanel||Doctor Temperance "Bones" Brennan|
|David Boreanaz||Special Agent Seeley Booth|
|Michaela Conlin||Angela Montenegro|
|Eric Millegan||Doctor Zack Addy|
|Tamara Taylor||Doctor Camille Saroyan|
|TJ Thyne||Doctor Jack Hodgins|
Guest Stars Edit
|Patricia Belcher||Caroline Julian|
|Raphael Sbarge||Doug Doyley|
|Eugene Byrd||Doctor Clark Edison|
|Cynthia Preston||Amelia Trattner|
|Andrew James Allen||Jason Harkness|
|Suzanne Ford||Rona Sumner|
|Michael Canavan||Leo Sumner|
|Dwayne Macopson||D.C. beat cop|
|J. Skylar Testa||Sk8r driver|
|Robin Hines||Sk8r gurl|
|Adam Weisman||Sk8r boy|
|Nathan Dean||FBI agent Charlie Burns|
|Zev McAllister||Gavin Nichols|
|Christopher Mulrooney||Bridge onlooker|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is available on disc one of the Bones: Season Three DVD collection by 20th Century Fox Television.
- Production code number: 3AKY01
- This episode is dedicated to the late Mario Jackson (1961-2007).
- Beginning with this episode, David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel are also credited as producers on the series.
- Actor Christopher Mulrooney is uncredited for his participation in this episode.
- This episode begins the Gormogon subplot, which runs throughout several episodes in season three.
- First appearance of Doctor Clark Edison. He appears next in "The Verdict in the Soup".
- Zack Addy returns to the Jeffersonian in this episode.
- Doctor Camille Saroyan: You arrested the Deputy Director of the Secret Service for voyeurism.
- Special Agent Seeley Booth: Yeah. Bones in her office?
- Doctor Camille Saroyan: That is awesome! And really, really stupid! You gotta love a self-destructive man with values.
- Doctor Temperance Brennan: How do I say this in a way that makes sense to Booth?
- Doctor Camille Saroyan: Something chewed on the skull.
- Special Agent Seeley Booth: Oh, like a bear or a dog?
- Doctor Camille Saroyan: Human, Booth. Dr. Brennan is saying human.
- Doctor Temperance Brennan: In the vernacular, our victim's face was chewed off by a cannibal.
- Special Agent Seeley Booth: [throws away the rest of his hot dog] Okay.
- Angela Montenegro: Sweetie, this is not one of those things where you try to keep a secret and I ferret out the truth. This is where I tell you something that's true so you can catch up to your own reality.
- Doctor Temperance Brennan: Angela, I have no idea what you are talking about.
- Angela Montenegro: Which actually proves my point. I really I love you to bits and pieces, sweetie. I know, you love me back. We'll talk again when you catch up.
- Doctor Camille Saroyan: Usually when you get all blustery, its 'cause you think something's your fault.
- Special Agent Seeley Booth: Yeah, well. You know... I did arrest her father for murder. She could be having trouble with that.
- Doctor Camille Saroyan: Yeah. Exposing a parent to the death penalty can have a chilling effect on a partnership.
See also Edit
External Links Edit
- "The Widow's Son in the Windshield" at the TV IV
- "The Widow's Son in the Windshield" at the TV DB
- "The Widow's Son in the Windshield" at TV.com guide
- "The Widow's Son in the Windshield" at TV Rage.com
- "The Widow's Son in the Windshield" at the Bones Wiki