The case begins when a street artist falls from the billboard he is improving/defacing. The unfortunate man lands in both his own glue and some human remains. Thus, the artist becomes evidence and must hang out at the Jeffersonian, where Angela (Michaela Conlin) finds that the presence of an artist in the lab reminds her of her own creative, non-murder dreams. Meanwhile, Booth performs stand-up comedy at an open-mic night in the hopes of finding suspects.
So no, this is not the most serious episode out there.
For more of a preview, there are video clips from the episode. In them, we learn the identity (or do we???) of the artist — he’s basically Banksy even though they’re going with Zed in this. If your stomach is up for it, you can also see how Zed got himself stuck to those human remains. Be warned, however — your stomach may very well not be up to it.
And we get to judge Booth’s stand-up comedy. Be nice to the guy though — he has a gun.
Ah, peanut butter. Is there anything you can’t do?