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Two cases are brought to the Jeffersonian Institute; one concerning the human remains of whom the FBI thinks is mob boss James Cuguni, while the other concerns a possible murder victim of serial killer Kevin Hollings.

When Brennan narrowly misses being the target of a shooting while waiting for a date, it becomes probable that the shooter is connected to one of these cases.

The team helps FBI Deputy Director Sam Cullen's daughter, Amy, when she contracts a rare form of lung cancer after receiving a bone graft.

It doesn't take long for Brennan to figure out "Cam" is a little too familiar with Booth and that they share something of a past.

A decomposed corpse in a superhero outfit is found in an alley.

Booth and Brennan discover that the victim was a fan of comic books and had engaged in role playing with his friends, but his attempt at being a hero had deadly consequences.

Howard Epps, a death row inmate, has less than two days left before his execution.

When his attorney asks for Booth's help to prove his innocence, Booth agrees to look over the case and asks Brennan and her team to help him, even though he is convinced of Epps' guilt. After Brennan and her team help Booth identify a young woman found in a refrigerator, they proceed to find out who had killed the woman.

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