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Wormtopsys, Zombie Bones And Step-Kids, Oh My! Top 3 Most Shocking Moments From Bones Season 7, Episode 10 “The Warrior In The Wuss”

Our jaws were on the floor during Monday night’s episode of Bones Season 7, Episode 10, “The Warrior In The Wuss.” Not only did we spend most of the eppie worried that Parker was going to go crazy and kill everyone, we witnessed a worm autopsy and a re-animated zombie corpse!

Ish is getting realer than real up in this joint, and we've rounded up the 3 biggest shockers of the night for you to re-visit. Sigh, memories!

1. Parker Goes Crazy, Becomes Suffering Artist
Like most kids with genius baby sisters, Booth's (David Boreanaz) first lovechild, Parker, has issues. Not only did he leave the country when Christine was born (backpacking trips around Europe = so much soul searching), he let his hair grow out into a tangled '90s mushroom cut. Never a good sign.

Poor Parker has no outlet to express his feelings, so naturally he's become an artist. His forte? Mobile-making. Like any true creative prodigy, Parker had to destroy several prized family objects in order to express himself, but the result was truly poetic. And when Baby Christine projectile vomits all over his mobile in the midst of an eye-roll, it will just add to the charm!

2. Hodgins (TJ Thyne) Performs A Wormtopsy, We Pass Out
We're accustomed to the waves of nausea that come from watching Bones, but this week's Wormtopsy caused more than the usual amount of dry heaves. We never thought we'd see the inside of a worm's stomach, but thanks to Hodgins and his nerdy fetishes, we're far too familiar with worm digestive systems.

Then again, there was something kind of sweet about the way Hodgins carefully dissected his little friend. Anyone want to join us in pouring some tequila out for this squirmy wormy?

3. Innocent Hiker Gets Foot Caught In Headless Zombie Corpse
If there's one thing we've learned from this week's Bones, it's that going on a hike is a great way to befriend a decapitated corpse. Our jaws dropped when that innocent outdoorsy dude stepped into the victim's chest and proceeded to re-animate it. The camera would not cut away and we were so traumatized.

At this point you can't even go on a walk in Washington without ending up knee-deep in blood and guts. One more reason to stay indoors with a pizza, as far as we're concerned.

04.25.2012 / 02:08 AM EDT by Mehera Bonner
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