So Booth is in trouble for endangering passers by due to shooting a clown head on top of an ice cream van. But no one was in danger because he is a good shot. However he has to be assesed by a psychologist - Dr Gordon Gordon Wyatt, an Englishman who drinks tea!! This means that he and Bones are not working together and she goes off to the Everglades with agent Sullivan.
The episode is patchy, like the curate's egg - some bits good, some bad. The suspects are predictable so are the murderers., and agent Sully doesn't seem half as good at his job as Special Agent Booth. Sully is too occupied with thinking of other ways to make a living and is hard to take seriously. No wonder Bones keeps ringing Booth though she does find Sully attractive and funny.
The therapy sessions between Wyatt and Booth are interesting. Booth at first really frustrated and in the end being made to admit that he doesn' know whether he let Epps slip or it was inevitiable. When questioned about the number of men he has killed as a sniper, he shows his discomfort. His past is obviously something which preys on his mind.