Who was worried that Heather Taffet was gonna walk last night? After Sweets' speech to Cam about how the world is unjust, I actually thought there was a possibility that she might be found not guilty of being the Gravedigger. Had that happened, I would have thrown my TV. Not something at my TV. I mean, literally, thrown my TV. I could feel my blood pressure rising throughout the trial, so major props to stone-cold guest star Deirdre Lovejoy.
Taffet represented herself, and quickly got the contents of her storage locker thrown out at the evidentiary hearing because the search warrant had been obtained illegally. Blah, blah, blah. The point of that scene was to make sure we knew Caroline didn't have the evidence she needed to guarantee a conviction for the attempted murders of Booth, Brennan and Hodgins. Taffet set them up perfectly: She told Brennan, 'You're so brilliant, Dr. Brennan, why couldn't you find something as simple as the number?'Â After searching through every number ever associated with Taffet, Booth found that she'd dialed a number when she was arrested. It was a random pizza place in Utah. That must be it. Angela fed the numbers into her magic computer program and realized it was the GPS coordinates of where they'd finally find the body of a 10-year-old Gravedigger victim.
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