A corpse dumped in a Virgnia wood is identified as the accountant reported missing after two weeks by his supervisor, Jim Chou. He regularly won the $10,000 in a Wild West make-belief shooting show staged monthly by Luke and Franny Nicholson. Booth participate undercover, but fearing his recent taste for 'dangerously' fast vehicles Bones follows suit, and arrogantly claims she can beat him with 'antique' weapons. Aubrey later joins in, eager to share I the fun as they unearth secrets from the couple and another regular, as well as the accountancy firm.
Did You Know?
Undercover, Booth and Bones' names are Buck and Wanda just like two previous episodes "Double Trouble in the Panhandle" (4x11) as a couple doing a knife throwing act in a circus and "The Change in the Game" (6x23) as a couple in a bowling league. This is the first episode they are undercover as strangers. See more
In the High Noon shootout event Brennan misses a target but is still scored at 12 out of 12. See more
Okay, is there anything about this guy that doesn't scream "cowboy"?
Yeah. How about the fact that he's an accountant?
[Showing pictures on the screen
Stanley Belridge, 34. He's not exactly a cowboy
No. So, why does it look like he was killed at the O.K. Corral?
Blue Ridge Mountain Home
Written by Bob Mair
and Joel Wachbrit
Performed by Dusty Walker See more