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A woman's car is run off the road and she is killed, but her baby miraculously survives. Booth and Brennan go to the woman's hometown to try to find out who's responsible for running her car off the road. Bones, with help from Booth, takes care of the baby until the team finds out who killed the mother.
[S3E12] The Baby in the Bough
One in this drama series loosely based on the life of forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs about the crime-solving prowess of forensic anthropologist Temperance "Bones" Brennan and FBI agent Seeley Booth.In this episode, Brennan and Booth report to a crime scene where a woman's car has been run off the road. Brennan realizes that the female driver was doused with gasoline before being set afire. Booth hears crying and subsequently finds the woman's baby in a car seat, stuck in a tree's bough. Booth locates a hidden key in the diaper bag, which the baby then swallows. Booth tells Brennan that the infant must stay with them until the evidence is retrieved.Back at the Jeffersonian Institution, Hodgins finds evidence from the charred corpse determining that the woman lived in West Virginia. Booth and Brennan subsequently travel there with the baby to find out who wanted the mother dead. Soon, locals Jimmy and Carol Grant have identified the woman as their friend Meg Taylor, and reveal that her son was named Andy, for whom they babysat. Upon touring the rubber factory where Meg worked, boss Chip Barnett reports that her husband, a felon named Lou, might have been jealous of Dave Shepherd, an accountant from the plant's headquarters who just visited the site and was flirting with Meg.At Meg's trailer, Booth finds Lou ransacking the contents. He's taken into custody, though reports surface that Lou was in jail when Meg was killed. When Andy finally produces the key, its origins turn out to be from a West Virginia bank's safe deposit box. Booth and Brennan observe that the box holds a gun which is traced to its owner, Earl Delancy, one of Meg's co-workers. Upon questioning, Earl says that, like many other unemployed locals, he pawned his valuables, including the weapon.Later, the agents hear that Dave has been taken into custody. However, Brennan soon discovers that the suspect is a bum that stole Dave's credit card upon finding his bloodied knapsack. Residue from the weapon quickly proves that Dave was shot with the gun at the rubber plant. Booth and Brennan return to the plant and check recently bagged mulch to see if Dave's body was ground up at the site. Meanwhile, a computer flash drive from Dave's bag shows that he discovered that the rubber plant's books had been doctored.As Booth and Brennan find bone in the mulch, they realize that Chip has fled. After a chase, Chip admits to killing Dave, who was going to turn him in for cooking the books. Chip also explains that Meg found the murder weapon and blackmailed him for money so that she could take her ailing baby to a doctor. Chip then says that he tracked Meg down en route to the hospital and killed her. Searching Meg's trailer one last time, Booth finds a letter in which Meg asked Carol to take care of Andy if anything happened to her. Booth and Brennan watch with a bit of sadness as Carol and Jimmy take Andy away. Commercials deleted.
Accidental Baby Acquisition is a trope found in a number of both canon works and fanworks. In the most common version, the fanwork's main pairing accidentally acquires a baby and they have to take care of the child together. Occasionally, an ensemble cast will be stuck taking care of a baby; a pairing may or may not arise out of that. Or a single character will wind up caring for a group of de-aged teammates; again, pairing is optional.
This trope is usually used to bring together a pairing through the joint care of the baby or child that they have found themselves in possession of, although sometimes, the story is more focused on the situation that resulted in them winding up with a child. While the child is usually found by one or both of the pairing involved, sometimes the child is given to them to tend by a friend or family member; in some cases, the baby is a friend or teammate who has been de-aged.
Depending on the situation, accidental baby acquisition can be short-term or long-term, leading to kidfic. Long-term fanworks usually involve an orphaned child that the pairing adopts. While the title of the trope says "baby," this can include fics with older children; the key aspect is whether the fic focuses on the accidental origin of childcare and unexpected parenting requirements.
Her brother, Randall, works in a meth lab. This fact is first hinted at in "The Pirate Solution" as Penny describes him as "kind of a chemist" and tells Leonard that he would like him. It is finally confirmed in "The Rhinitis Revelation" when she asks God to make her brother stop cooking meth, but without involving the authorities. In season 7 in "The Hesitation Ramification", Penny mentions that her Dad gathered all the relatives together to see her scene on NCIS, which included getting her brother a day out of rehab. They also bought a large sandwich to share. When her scene is cut, Penny mentions that the sandwich and her brother are gone and as far as she knows her brother is on the way to Mexico. She also mentioned wanting to postpone her wedding with Leonard until he gets paroled. Randall appeared on the series in "The Conjugal Conjecture" for his sister's vow renewal.
In "The Proton Regeneration", she says her first word to Penny calling her "Mama". This shocked her parents (who overheard on a baby monitor) and made Penny gleeful at having something to rub into their faces. At first the Wolowitzes are reluctant to let the inexperienced Penny take care of Halley, but "Aunt Penny" loves Halley and meets the challenge.
In "The Proposal Proposal", Bernadette suggests that Leonard and Penny should have a baby in order to try and calm Howard and Bernadette's worries about having another baby so soon, but Leonard and Penny say that they're not gonna have a baby just to make Howard and Bernadette feel better, but when they are ready or when Leonard is certain Penny is going to leave him.
In "The Propagation Proposition", Zack and his new wife Marissa want to have a baby, but Zack is infertile. They decide to ask Leonard to help them out since he thinks he's nice and smart. Leonard said yes and wanted to help them out. Penny was against it and then said that he could do it since she had decided to not have any children. Leonard at first was willing to help them out until he decided he didn't want a child in the world that he and Penny weren't going to raise.
In "The Stockholm Syndrome", Leonard and Penny are keeping a secret that she is expecting. When Penny returned from drinking with Sheldon at The Cheesecake Factory, they hopped into bed without "wrapping" something. Penny seems happy, but is unsure about the whole baby thing. Sheldon and Amy pay for their clothes, ticket and hotels so they can all attend the Nobel Prize ceremony. When Amy and Penny were at the tailor's, Amy was ecstatic when Penny's dress had to be let out, she didn't care why which meant the secret was still safe at the time. Sheldon notices that Penny was quite sick on the plane, so the secret comes out and he is glad he won't get sick. Leonard is mad that Sheldon doesn't congratulate them and the Hofstadter's say they are heading home. Penny is very sick and claims that she has to be there for Amy, with Leonard doing the same for Sheldon. At the ceremony, Sheldon puts aside his self-centered speech and realizes that his achievement isn't just his, but also his family and friends who encouraged him and tolerated him. Sheldon introduces his friends to the world and tells him how much he loves them.
In "The Propagation Proposition", Zack and his new wife Marissa want to have a baby, but Zack is infertile. They decide to ask Leonard to help them out since he thinks he's nice and smart. Leonard said yes and wanted to help them out. Leonard at first was willing to help them out until he decided he didn't want a child in the world that he and Penny weren't going to raise.
"The Awakening" is the twelfth episode season three of the science fiction television series Defiance and the thirty-eighth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Michael Nankin with a script written by Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer. The episode first aired on Syfy on Friday, August 21st, 2015 at 9:00 pm. In this episode, Kindzi begins unleashing her newly-awakened Omec upon her captured prisoners. All efforts to stop her seem to fail as Kindzi now harnesses the power of a mature Omec. As if the bitch ain't crazy enough, she even sets her sights on eating a baby. A goddamn baby for Christ's sake!
Suddenly, there is a knock at the door. Andina answers it and finds a beaten and collapsing Stahma. Stahma hoarsely shouts to her, "Run!", just as Kindzi enters the house right behind her. Alak immediately retreats to the bedroom to protect Luke. Stahma scrambles away and Andina comes in close to protect her loved ones. Kindzi grabs her by the throat and snaps her neck. She then catches up to the scrambling Stahma, who hides a toy doll so as to not reveal that there is a baby in the house. The effort is all for naught however, as Kindzi hears Luke suddenly start crying. She goes into the bedroom where Alak is holding Luke in one hand a gun in another. The bullets are ineffective and Kindzi grabs at the baby, backhanding Alak across the room. She stares down at the screaming infant with hunger in her eyes. 041b061a72