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She wasn't a vegetarian when the show began. However, to quote from the wiki: She promised to consider becoming a vegetarian after seeing how pigs were slaughtered (which was also the way her mother had been killed) [Season 1 finale - The Woman in Limbo]. However, in "The Tough Man in the Tender Chicken" (season 5, episode 6) Angela cites health ...


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According to the Bones wiki, the assistants since Zack's departure are interns. As such, they would be working for a limited period of time in order to get on-the-job training as part of a degree program, and then they graduate and move on to real jobs. For the dynamics of the show, it gives a fresh energy every season or so. ADDITIONAL INFO - In an ...


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From IMDB: The murder weapon was a "medieval torture device" called the "Pear of Anguish." The device was inserted into the victim's mouth and then slowly opened, crushing the orifice outward.


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The showrunners of Bones have always been extremely coy about whether those supernatural elements are real, or have a "real world" explanation. You are correct in your assumption that shows like "Hero in the Hold" are intentionally left vague (as are later episodes where, for example, we apparently see a legitimate psychic/medium.) However, there have been ...


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I don't think she (currently, as of the TV show) has an academic position. Universities sometimes allow guest specialists to lecture for a class, and as a foremost specialist she is probably in demand for that. The students may have been before she worked at the Jeffersonian Institute when she had been a professor somewhere.



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