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Bones 10×11 “The Psychic in the Soup” Synopsis

By on February 24, 2015

Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance Brennan and David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth in Fox's BONES. Co. Cr: Brian Bowen Smith/FOX

Bones fans, we’ve got some scoop to share with you on the show’s Spring Premiere.

In “The Psychic in the Soup” the Jeffersonian team, with the help of Angela’s psychic friend, Avalon Harmonia (guest star Cyndi Lauper), is drawn into the twisted world of fortune tellers when the body of a local psychic is found decomposing in the trunk of a tree, according to the latest from FOX.

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However, when the team learns more about the victim’s personal life, those closest to her become suspects.

Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan debate the pros and cons of Christine’s new imaginary friend and the team remembers Sweets on his birthday.

“The Psychic in the Soup” airs Thursday, March 26 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

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  1. Alex

    February 24, 2015 at 3:52 pm

    You just took the synopsis SpoilerTV posted and paraphrased it.

    • Jennifer Griffin

      February 24, 2015 at 4:01 pm

      Um … we took the synopsis sent to us from FOX and used that. In much the same way we watched the episode and wrote an article about that too. We don’t take press releases from our peers in the industry. We don’t need to. We get press releases sent our way from all of the various Networks whose shows we choose to cover.

      This isn’t the first time you’ve made a comment along these lines. (Admin deleted your last one, where you similarly accused us of stealing a Sleepy Hollow press release.) Please think before posting more garbage, or at least ask someone how the media works in relation to the handing of press materials.

      • George

        February 24, 2015 at 4:44 pm

        FINALLY. Something to break up the hiatus!!! Thanks for this, ScreenSpy.

        And to the commenter/Spoiler TV hopeful above: Are you under the impression Spoiler TV is the only media outlet that Fox sends press releases to?

        Should all the other online magazines pack up their bags and go home now because Spoiler TV posted something similar?

        I’m going on the record. I’d rather read news here, presented with integrity by actual journalists with the passion and know-how required to turn raw press releases into finished articles, and not vomited onto the page by a 17 year old with English as an obvious second language like on your site. Go back to your copy and pasting over on Spoiler TV and stop trolling the real professionals. You’re in over your head and you look like you’re drowning.

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