Saturday, June 12, 2010

Guest Episode Review: Stargazer in a Puddle

Today's review is "Stargazer in a Puddle", by Irene

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"Stargazer in a Puddle"

Previously on Bones...
We learn that the way to Angela's heart is by spelling out sweet nothings in bacteria-infested decapod crustaceans; she has accepted Hodgins' proposal, and the two of them are getting married, like, a-sap. Brennan has rejected Sully's invitation for her to join him on his charter boat around the Caribbean, because she's clearly wasting her talents at the Jeffersonian. Bones' dad, Max Keenan, is a murderer who likes to erect his kills on a cross while stuffing coins in their mouths and gutting them. We also discover Booth's secret...he's sexually attracted to mac 'n cheese.

At the crime scene
The episode starts out with B&B walking through a partially flooded building. They meet up with a cop who explains that they were pursuing a suspect the night before. The delinquent tossed his knife into a pit of mud, and they had to drain the facility to find it. B&B are led by the officer down some stairs to an underground area that still has a few feet of standing water. Floating in the middle of the brown pool is a shopping cart with a corpse in it. Booth thinks that it's the body of a child. Brennan confirms that the remains belong to a pre-adolescent female and notices that there is a pencil case floating nearby. After learning that the water in the building freezes over in the winter, Bones tells Booth that the body could have been there since last fall. Seeley asks her about the C.O.D. and Brennan tells him that the child appears to have been shot in the back of the head. Bones notices that the corpse is clutching a rock; she removes it and finds that it has the words "I love you" inscribed. Brennan remembers Booth once told her that pedophiles sometimes make themselves believe that they love their victims. Huh. He must've seen that episode of "To Catch a Predator" too.

At the lab

Hodgela are discussing their upcoming nuptials. They decide on a traditional church ceremony with a reception that would make Caligula blush. I had to google that one - Caligula is short for Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, a Roman Emperor who engaged in lots of sex with his sisters and once tried to make his horse, Incitatus, a priest. Nothing says "true love forever" like incest and mental illness. Meanwhile, Hodgins is examining the contents of the pencil case that was found near the corpse, as well as some water samples. He comments that the water yielded a high concentration of dead fairy shrimp and implies that Tinkerbell had a S.T.D. Angela asks Hodgins if he wants her to change her name. Hodgins asks if she wants him to want her to change her name. I rolled my eyes so hard that I almost swallowed an eyeball.

In Brennan's office
B&B are looking at some x-rays of the corpse's upper torso. Brennan points out that there is some arthritic lipping in the girl's neck. She tells him that, in order for the condition to occur, the victim must've been looking upwards constantly.
Booth: Maybe she prayed a lot.
Brennan: Four to six hours a day? What did she want so badly?
At this point, Bones' dad casually strolls in and says, "Her father?" Booth draws his gun and tells Max that he's under arrest. Bones is distressed. Max says that he just wants to have a drink with them. Booth is already reading him his rights and telling Brennan to get his cuffs out of his back pocket. Brennan refuses, although I can't understand why because she could totally cop a feel with Booth being none the wiser. She reminds Seeley of the time her pops saved his life.
Max surrenders himself and tells Brennan that he heard she was getting married. Bones tells him that no, Angela and Hodgins are the ones taking the plunge. As Booth is cuffing Max, he tells Brennan he's sorry. Bones says she understands and watches the two leave her office. In walks Angela, who asks if that was just her dad being escorted out. Brennan nods and has this look on her face like someone just peed in her gas tank.

In the FBI interrogation room
Max is sipping from a glass of water. Caroline and Booth are watching him from the outside. Caroline tells Seeley that, while they both know that that man is Max Keenan, everyone else knows him as a diligent electrician from Coos Bay, Oregon. Booth reminds her that he was a bank robber for fifteen years and recently offed two FBI agents. Caroline eventually tells Seeley that they can't keep Max in custody, but she doesn't appear to be too torn up about it.
Booth goes into the interrogation room. Max has a smirk across his face, as he knows that he just scored the Monopoly get-out-of-jail-free card. Seeley asks Max about his job as an electrician and moves his drinking glass aside, implying that he'll get prints off of it. Max wants to shake hands with Booth, who refuses. Seeley chastises him for abandoning his daughter and continuing to pop in and out of her life. Booth is trying to get Max to hit him so that he'll stay in jail for assaulting a federal agent. Max catches on and says that he might have fallen for it twenty years ago, but not anymore.

At the lab
Brennan and Zack are looking at the bullet hole in the skull of their victim. Zack agrees that the hole was caused by a "slug." He explains to Bones that Cam taught him the term "slug" was a colloquialism for "projectile." Angela enters and tells them that she's finished her rendering of the victim's face. She shows them a drawing of a very old woman who sort of looks like the love child of Larry King and Kim Jong II. Zack comments that she was supposed to draw a picture of a ten-year-old. Angela says something about art making science its b**** and stands by her drawing. Brennan tells Zack to go re-examine the remains.
After Zack leaves, Angela asks Brennan to be her maid-of-honour. Brennan agrees immediately and says that it's her pleasure, no matter how ugly the dresses are. Clearly, Temperance has never been a bridesmaid before because it DOES matter when the bride has her heart set on this orange taffeta gown with leaves coming up the bodice and back straps that make you look like a ham.

In Brennan's apartment
Max and Bones are sitting at her kitchen table. Max tells her that her brother Russ is working as a mechanic. He refuses to tell Brennan where he is because he's in violation of his parole, and he's on a slippery slope. Bones laughs at the irony and Max tells her that it is nice to see her smile. Max eventually reveals the reason for his trip; he's giving her a sliver ring that belonged to her grandma. Brennan gets choked up and suddenly tells Max she's got to get to bed. She invites him to spend the night and tells him that he needn't stay on the couch; she has her guest room made up. Bones kisses Max, whose guilt has now eaten straight through his heart and is fast encroaching on his spinal cord.

In Booth's office
Caroline walks in and informs Seeley that the fingerprints from Max's glass don't match the prints they have for him on the system. Booth concludes that Deputy Director Kirby must've made Max "invisible" so that he could get away with killing him, but Max got to him first. Seeley's face throughout their conversation suggests that he either has some serious misgivings about arresting his partner's dad, or needs to up the fiber in his diet. Caroline informs him that she can get him a warrant for Max's DNA, but he'll have to find something to compare it to.

At the lab
Zack and Brennan are revisiting the remains of the girl. The corpse has markers of being both young and old. Angela and Hodgins walk in. Bones concludes that the victim must've had some sort of aging disorder - the kind that can't be cured by copious amounts of botulism and snail slime. Angela tells her that she ran her sketch through the FBI database. The victim is Chelsea Cole, aged twenty-two, missing from Washington since last November.
Bones and Angela leave. Hodgins asks Zack to be his best man. Zack ignores him at first and then tells him he has to think about it. Hodgins is a bit irked, without a doubt wondering if his geeky best friend is contemplating skipping his nuptials to play World of Warcraft.

At the home of Cynthia Cole, victim's mother
B&B have told her that Chelsea's body has been found. Cynthia asks if the cart she was found in was from Tuft's Grocery. Bones asks how she knew that. Cynthia explains that Chelsea loved it there; she would take a dollar, go down to the grocery store and buy candy or a toy, and then bring her purchase home in a shopping cart. Meanwhile, Bones is walking around the house and stops in front of some drawings of the night sky. Cynthia confirms that they were all drawn by Chelsea. Booth, apparently possessed by the spirit of Simon Cowell, comments that Chelsea was twenty-two; the pictures looked like something a child would have drawn.
Cynthia confirms that Chelsea had Werner's Syndrome, an aging disease that affects mental development. Chelsea was obsessed with the stars and spent hours gazing up at them.
Seeley asks Cynthia about the man she suspected of abducting Chelsea when she went missing. Cynthia explained that his name was "Joe Mellon." He was a caretaker the city provided to look after Chelsea while she attended classes at her local community college. Cynthia came home one day to find that Chelsea smelled of her shampoo. Joe bathed her, even though it wasn't part of his duties. Chelsea disappeared and the investigation into his conduct ended.

In the FBI interrogation room
Booth has brought Joe in for questioning. Joe is adamant that he did not molest Chelsea. He explained that Chelsea had the mental capacity of a six year old. She had gotten jam on herself one day and started freaking out. Joe ran the bath and waited for Chelsea to rinse herself off. Chelsea used her mother's shampoo and it got into her eyes. Joe ran in to help her ease the stinging and then left her alone again. He said that Chelsea even told her mom nothing happened. Cynthia resented him because he had suggested to her that it may be time to put Chelsea into an institution.

At the Royal Diner
Max gives Brennan her grandmother's ring. She learns that her mom, Ruth, has two sisters. With the way Temperance's family tree is filling out, I wouldn't be surprised if one of them used to be a man. Bones asks about his side of the family; Max replies that he had no family other than his wife and kids. Bones confronts her dad about abandoning her and Russ. Max tells her that he has a videotaped message for her from her mother. In walks Booth, demanding a DNA sample from Max. He looks apologetically at Brennan, like he accidentally just pet her dog to death.

At the lab
Zack is examining Chelsea's skull again. Hodgins walks in and tells him that he's getting married in two days; is he going to be his best man or what? Zack hands him a letter. It's from the White House and they want Zack's mad skills in Iraq. What the heck, right? Hodgins basically tells him that he can't go. Zack's mind is already made up. He tells Hodgins that he can't be the best man because if he leaves for Iraq afterwards and dies, he won't be able to remember his own wedding as a happy day. Zack encourages him to ask Booth; he's better with people stuff anyways. He also concludes that the hole in Chelsea's skull was a result of a drill, not a bullet.

At the home of Cynthia Cole
Cynthia confirms to B&B that Chelsea had brain surgery when she was young. Brennan, still fixated on the celestial drawings, tells them that the constellations are accurate. Booth asks why Chelsea needed brain surgery and Brennan comments that the procedure is usually required when a special needs child is abused. Cynthia takes exception to this - I can't imagine why - and leaves to get her medication from the cabinet. When she returns, she says that Chelsea fell out of bed when she was young. Meanwhile, Brennan is eying the drugs she's on. Cynthia accuses Joe of ratting her out because she grabbed Chelsea's arm "once." I'll bet.

In Booth's SUV
Seeley and Brennan are driving to God knows where when the former gets a call. It's Hodgins, asking if he'll be his best man. Booth agrees, but says that it is really short notice for him to throw together a bachelor party. Hodgins tells him he doesn't want one.
Booth: Well, if there's no bachelor party, what do you want me to do?
Hodgins: Stand there, make a toast, hand me the rings, tongue kiss the maid of honour when the people clink glasses.
Seeley asks who the maid of honour is. Brennan, who can't hear their conversation, responds that she's got the gig. Booth looks over at her like he's a fifteen year old boy who's just been caught flipping through his dad's Playboy.
Seeley asks Hodgins if he needs to talk with Angela's dad to coordinate things. Jack realizes that he completely forgot to ask for permission to marry Angela and hurriedly gets off the phone.
Brennan blurts out that she has AIDS. Booth thinks she's talking about Angela. Temperance says no, Cynthia Cole is sick. She recognized one of the meds she was taking as a common prescription for AIDS patients.

At the lab
Zack, Cam and Hodgins are discussing the dead fairy shrimp they found beneath Chelsea's body. Hodgins wants to find out if they can be poisoned by feeding on decomposing flesh. The three walk into a room where a hunk of lethal SPAM is submersed in an aquarium. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum ask Cam if they can dump some sea shrimps in. Cam is skeptical and tells them that she'll buy them each a car if their experiment proves something. Zack and Hodgins commit the sea shrimp genocide after she leaves, with unsatisfying results.

At the Royal Diner
Temperance confesses to Seeley that she thinks she loves her dad.
Bones: Am I... Am I terrible for not... wanting to let myself care about my own father?
Booth: Look, Bones, your father is going to do something tomorrow that's going to hurt you. How do you forgive that?
Bones: I'm not a bad daughter? A bad person?
Booth: You're not a bad anything.
Just as they are about to admit that they are both madly in love with one another and want to reproduce like farm cats, d*** Hodgins phones Brennan with a C.O.D.

At the lab
Hodgins: Those sea chimps went after that pork by-product like piranhas after a skinny-dipping missionary.
Jack tells B&B that Chelsea was poisoned by an overdose of Navirapine, a medication used to treat AIDS patients. Bones concludes that Chelsea was murdered by her mother.

At the home of Cynthia Cole
Booth hands Cynthia the "I love you" stone Chelsea was found clutching. Cynthia insists that she loved Chelsea very much. Bones ain't buying it; Chelsea got to be too much for Cynthia to handle, so she murdered her. Temperance gets a call from Cam and the two are able to determine that one of the medications Cynthia was on was an experimental drug used in the place of Navirapine; she used her old pills to poison her own daughter. Cynthia is arrested. She asks Brennan to take down Chelsea's pictures so they don't get thrown out. Brennan refuses, because only her daddy-o is allowed to murder people in cruel and unusual ways.

In Booth's office
One of Seeley's colleagues, Charlie Burns, tells him that Max robbed a Piggly Wiggly in Illinois back when he was bad-a**. The clerk swung a baseball bat at him Carrie Underwood-style and drew some blood. Max used a napkin to stop the bleeding; said napkin was left behind at the crime scene and is currently with the state police. Booth can finally prove that Max and Art are one in the same. He's not looking very happy about it.

At Angela's dad's music studio
Angela's dad is Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top. He wears this mangy cap with these little dangly things that makes him look like one of those dolls that grow hair when you shove play doh up its butt.

Poor fashion decisions aside, Billy - who the gang only refers to as Angela's dad - is pretty wicked on the electric guitar. He's obviously been practicing - and not just ten minutes before his lessons like I used to do when my overbearing Chinese parents decided I should become a piano prodigy. Hodgins introduces himself. Billy receives him and says that he knows about the wedding. Jack asks for Angela's hand in marriage. Billy tells Hodgins that Angela would be furious with him if she knew he was there, asking to have her.
Jack: Okay. Good advice. You got anymore?
Billy: Always play it in the key of G demolished.
Yeah, I have no idea what he's talking about. The people in cyberspace appear to be equally confused.
Hodgins leaves, but not before Angela's dad threatens to bust a cap in his a** if he hurts her. The scene ends with Billy playing "La Grange."

At the lab
Cam shows Seeley that Max and Art have the same DNA. Booth looks depressed, like Maury Povich has just told him that he IS the father.

At the Royal Diner
Bones is eating alone. Max approaches the nearby window. Temperance shows him that she's wearing the ring. Max shows her that he's got the videotape of her mom.

At a dimly-lit parking lot
Booth approaches Max and asks if he's going to need to use his gun. Max's cavalier attitude towards his visit to The Big House continues. He tells Seeley to arrest him, because he's not going to leave Brennan again. Max then changes his mind and says that it's not his nature to just bend over. He tells Seeley to shoot him, preferably in the leg. Booth removes his jacket and rolls up his sleeves. He's looking especially broody today. He and Max half-heartedly beat on one another. I'm secretly hoping that Seeley grows some fangs and a petite blond jumps out of the bushes. Alas, the fight ends with Max rolling around on the ground, clutching his stomach and Seeley rolling around on the ground next to him, clutching his groin.

In Brennan's apartment
Temperance is alone. She pops her mom's recording into her VCR. Ruth talks about having to abandon her children. It is revealed that it was her idea to leave Temperance and Russ behind; Max wanted to keep his family together. Ruth wishes Brennan a happy sixteenth birthday and shows her the ring Max had given her earlier. She asks for Bones' forgiveness.
Ruth: ...And if you can't forgive me, I beg you honey, forgive your father because he is a very good man. Remember this: You were cherished in this world. Adored. What I did to you may have been wrong, but I did it out of love. I did it out of love.
Apparently, Brennan's mom is also Harry Potter's.

In a jail interrogation room
Bones decides to give Chelsea's pictures to Cynthia. The latter was dying of AIDS and the experimental medication seemed to be making things worse. Cynthia was scared that no foster family would take in her daughter. Brennan recognizes that she was being merciful.
Cynthia reveals that she took Chelsea to her favourite park and told her the pills were candy. They were stargazing when Chelsea died. Cynthia thought that throwing her into the water seemed peaceful. She put her in a shopping cart just in case Chelsea would need to pick up some toiletries in purgatory.
We learn that, after her daughter's death, Cynthia's AIDS medication begins to work and she's not dying after all. Bones, intoxicated by her newfound love for daddy dearest, believes that Cynthia really did care deeply for Chelsea and hands her the "I love you" rock.

In a small church, the scene of Hodgela's wedding
Zack, Booth, and Cam are waiting in the foyer. Brennan comes down the stairs in a purple bridesmaid dress with an oversize Christmas bow in the front. Subtle.
Zack approaches Seeley and asks him if he's ever been to Iraq before. Booth says it's classified information. What a bunch of crap-o-la. Zack asks if it hurts to be shot. Brennan re-emerges with her new and improved bridesmaid dress, courtesy of Cam. Booth tells her she looks great with that "let's make whoopie!" sparkle in his eye.
Cut to B&B and Cam & Zack making their way down the aisle. Booth tells Bones that he's sorry for arresting Max. Temperance says she understands that he was just doing his job. They reach the end of the aisle and have to separate.
Angela walks down the aisle to a b******' acoustic version of "Gimme All Your Lovin'." She is arm-in-arm with her dad. Angela is wearing this hooded cape over a totally retro, off-white, halter gown. She looks like Betty Page. For all you brides-to-be out there, keep in mind that there is a VERY fine line between Betty Page and reject from Interview with the Vampire.
Seeley is apparently very chatty today. He tells Bones that her dad could have escaped, but he chose not to. Temperance's heart is all a-twitter and B&B are now standing where the bride and groom usually do. They embrace and I doubt Booth is thinking about the Holy Spirit.

Angela has now made her way down the aisle. She interrupts B&B and tells them that she would like to get married, if that's okay with the kids. The officiate starts the ceremony and we learn that Angela's middle name is "Pearly Gates." This happens to be the name of Billy Gibbons' Les Paul Guitar. Speaking of Billy, he excuses himself from the festivities, saying that he's got to go and play a show.

As Hodgela stand before the congregation, a man in a suit bursts through the back door. He says that he needs to speak with the happy couple, like, yesterday. Caroline gets up and offers to help sort things out. Hodgela excuse themselves.
Meanwhile, Zack is questioning Booth about whether or not he should duck when he gets shot at. Seeley finally asks him what's up with the questions. Zack gives him the letter he got from the White House and asks Booth to share the news with the rest of the clan after he leaves.
In the foyer, we learn that Angela is already legally married. You'd think that that little detail would have crossed her mind at some point in time during the wedding planning. Dress? Check. Rings? Check. Three vegetarian entrees? Check. Make sure I'm not still married to that random guy I hopped over a broomstick with in Fiji? Ohh...
Angela apologizes to Hodgins, who takes the news surprisingly well considering that the guy is a paranoid conspiracy theorist. They sit together, panicking over what they are going to tell a church full of well-wishers. Caroline tells them to make a run for it. Hodgela announce to their guests that there will be no wedding and to enjoy the reception. They are shown booking it out of the church like they've just stolen the communion wafers. B&B are shown facing one another at the altar with the officiate looking on.
Brennan: What do we do now?

The screen fades to black.

Overall, this episode would've ranked well on my list of best-t.v.-season-finales-of-all-time...if I had one. I'd say it was better than the episode where Chandler Bing married psycho Monica, but not as good as the episode where Izzie was clutching a dead Denny in her pink prom dress.

I love B&B in this episode. Their chemistry is so good, they could create a whole other periodic table. I haven't wanted a couple to get together so badly since Nanny Fine and Mr. Sheffield. They're wonderfully whimsy. Emily Deschanel is classically beautiful, like she bathes in wine and birdies help her get dressed in the morning. David Boreanaz could be covered in blood, dragging the corpse of his ex-girlfriend; I'd still want to have his baby.

I'm curious if the writers of Bones actually intended us to believe that there was a possibility of Brennan and Seeley getting married. Pffft. Although, I do have to say that a little part of me wanted some making out in the confessional.

Moving on... I was not loving the Zack-is-going-to-Iraq subplot. It came out of nowhere and I could tell instantly that it was going nowhere. They guy's middle name is "Uriah" which is Hebrew for "My Light is Jehovah;" could you really envision Zack as a decorated war veteran? A hardened soldier with dog tags and a half-naked woman tattooed onto his bicep?

This season finale had stories coming out of the wazoo. The crime part of the show sort of became an afterthought. It was jammed in there, like the writers wrote the entire episode and the realized, "Aww man, who forgot the murder?" That being said, I thought that Roxanne Hart's portrayal of Cynthia Cole was excellent. Someone ouija board Johnny Cash because this woman walks the line between heartbroken and nutso like a pro.

When I look at Jack and Angela, I always wonder how the latter is able to get past the fact that her boyfriend spends his days elbow deep in insect poo and likes to blend maggots on his coffee breaks. How do you even get your hands clean after that? You'd have to pull a serious Lady MacBeth. Nevertheless, I am very happy with the idea of Hodgela getting married. The wedding scene was delectable and perfectly over-the-top without being Barnum and Bailey. I kind of felt for Angela when her dad never stayed for the entire thing. I mean, I'm a big fan of the rocking and the rolling... but you make time for your daughter's wedding. I don't care if it's 1982 and you've just bit the head off a bat. You take a Tide pen to that stain, remove your ugly hat, walk your daughter down the aisle, and lead the freakin' conga line at the reception.

Speaking of lines, when is Caroline Julian going to get a good storyline? I wished they would have used Patricia Belcher more in this episode. It is like having a giraffe and not bringing it to show-and-tell. She's smart, bossy, competitive, and comes armed with multiple sarcasms. This is a woman who will not be having an identity crisis, which is refreshing because most, if not all, of the other characters are in a constant state of finding themselves.

My favourite part of the entire episode was the fight between Max and Booth in the parking lot. When it started, I was certain about three things:
1. That at least one of them would end up with a groin injury;
2. That if Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris got into a fight, it would be nothing like this; and,
3. That I should have went pee during the commercial break.

Stargazer in a Puddle nicely illustrates how Bones has been able to hold its own in the age of crime scene investigation. There's something for everyone, whether you're secretly plotting a murder of your own and need a creative yet cost-effective way of disposing of the remains, or if you're a hopeless romantic who's seen every J-Lo movie ever made, or if you're considering a career in forensic science and want to weigh the pros and cons of using infrared spectroscopy. It was a great season ender, fitting for a great series.


Dancer4god2008 said...

Do you have the monologue that Hodgens says about Hank at his funeral on Bones?

Anonymous said...

Loved the review, I laughed out loud several times!!!

Carrie said...

Fantastically entertaining review! I especially like the running commentary about Booth's mood. And "reproduce like farm cats" lol! Well done! :)

Meg said...

I LOVED this review! Hysterical!!!!

"I haven't wanted a couple to get together so badly since Nanny Fine and Mr. Sheffield." Best. line. Ever.

*off to read again*

Cheryl said...

Loved this :) You had me chuckling throughout. Only Bren's dad is allowed to kill ppl in creative ways? lol. Bren with a huge Christmas bow on her chest. Subtle. lol! Good point!

"Stargazer in a Puddle nicely illustrates how Bones has been able to hold its own in the age of crime scene investigation. There's something for everyone, whether you're secretly plotting a murder of your own and need a creative yet cost-effective way of disposing of the remains, or if you're a hopeless romantic who's seen every J-Lo movie ever made, or if you're considering a career in forensic science and want to weigh the pros and cons of using infrared spectroscopy."

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaabbsolutely. But plz, don't try this at home. And umm...don't kill anyone. But otherwise, lovely!

Anonymous said...

I'll agree with the others - you have a great way of writing - your wry humor, sarcasm, wit - all hysterical. Well done!

It is a great episode,, and it is a great show! Even though you were giving 'it' somewhat of a hard time, the fact that you love the show came across. Well done (repeating that, because it's so true!)

Candre said...

Loved your review! And the Ozzy Osbourne reference! And the David Boreanaz covered in blood thing! It was wonderfull! ;-)

Anonymous said...

Yet another episode where the writers insult the intelligence of their audience. Here are some well-known facts about brine shrimp (referred to as fairy shrimp in the episode):

- They don't eat meat, so the idea they could be poisoned by eating poisoned meat is just stupid.

Hodgins says: "Those sea chimps went after that pork by-product like piranhas after a skinny-dipping missionary."

- Brine shrimp don't eat anything for the first 24 hours after they hatch. During that first day they feed off a sac attached to them containing the nutrients they need.

- Once they start feeding they are non-selective feeders. They feed by filtering microorganisms (algae and bacteria) from the water around them as they swim through it. They do not "go after" any food.

The writers completely ignore facts and science like this on a regular basis. It's insulting to the intelligence of anyone who actually knows anything.

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