The episode “The Princess and the Pear” of the TV series Bones is about the murder of a “princess” (actually a booth babe at a convention playing a princess). The title seems to be an allusion to “The Princess and the Pea”, but I didn't notice anything about a pear in the episode.

What does the pear in the title of the episode refer to?

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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.

Image of Pear of Anguish from www.oddee.com/item_96596.aspx

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    Talk about spoilers in the tile. – cde Dec 3 '15 at 13:17

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