'Bones' recap: Worms, Neanderthals and peek-a-boo in 'The Archaeologist in the Cocoon'

Never cut open a giant cocoon containing a dead body. Worms will fall on your face. Isn't it great that we have a show like "Bones" to teach us these important lessons? And isn't it great how episodes like "The Archaeologist in the Cocoon" can fully disgust us on multiple levels in under an hour?Yes. Yes it is. Not a MothmanThe "Bones" crime of the week concerns an Indiana Jones-like archaeologist named James Sutton. The unfortunate Sutton somehow managed to get himself lodged in a tree** and cocooned by an odd variety of worm that I truly hope to never, ever meet.By the time Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) find the man, he's a barely recognizable white blob. Inside this blob, there is both a decaying body and a whole bunch of worms. These worms fall on Brennan's face. I may never go near a tree again.The cocoon and the worms are...



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