'Bones' recap: Murder leaves a bad taste in 'The Mystery in the Meat'

Lessons learned from the "Bones" episode, "The Mystery in the Meat" are:1. Bring a bagged lunch to school.2. Never eat something called "Hot Bacon" without checking to be certain it's a food product.3. Make sure the bar in the middle of nowhere still has a country-western themeand4. Horse meat rarely meets health codes, even at public schools.Failing to remember these things apparently results in murder and/or fights with biker gangs.Shades of "Soylent Green"The murder of the week begins with a school-lunch ode to "Soylent Green." That's because the yummy stew is people. People stew. That tastes even worse than the normal slop.Due to the rather extreme and disgusting nature of this particular murder, Booth, the Jeffersonian team and Caroline all rapidly descend upon the crime. It turns out that the mystery meat is a canned product called "Kettle-Top Stew" from a company called Tryon Foods.And the victim is a food scientist associated with the...



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