Season 12 - Episode 12 - The End in the End
With Kovac still at large, the team searches for evidence to track him down. After Brennan experiences a setback, the rest of the team must figure out how to find Kovac without her, putting everything she has ever taught them to the test. When all signs point to Kovac having outside help, as well as a hideout, Booth and Brennan go searching for him.
Hey all, I remember watching a scene where Boones and booth are looked in some room Brennan's unconscious and booth nearly is as well but shoots the door open. Super vague but does anyone know what episode it was?
Also looking for good Brennan episodes, where she's hurt, kidnapped or drunk basically anything? Bonus points if it involves good b&b scenes.
I've googled but can't seem to find a definitive answer for some reason. just a lot of boring articles that don't answer the question but here's my question.
I'm nearing the end of season 5 and it seems obvious bones and booth are gonna get together. the show has outright hinted at it when that psychic makes all her comments about it.
so when does it happen? The blue balls is starting to get annoying and I'd rather just know what episode it happens in so I can stop thinking that its going to happen when its not.
I’m rewatching bones and his stuck up “don’t talk about anything but the case” attitude is really getting to me.
Edit : like the episode with the Amish boy (s5e3) Brennan tells him to get something done for her (his job!??) and he immediately falls into his full of himself shit and does the slave imitation. Seriously, this guy is so annoying
I don’t know whether this has been answered. But it’s just weird to see all the characters are not wearing any protection masks during autopsies. I mean, corpses do produce strong odours during natural decomposing. Then how the hell do they not sense any particular smell when examine dead bodies????
This show never would have gotten this far the intern most of us got annoyed with Vincent Nigel is the main reason this show lasted 6 more seasons
So in the episode Boy in the Time Capsule, while they are digging up the Time Capsule, they mentioned that Alex, the head cheerleader’s son is currently a senior at the high school. But this doesn’t make sense in the time line. He was the son of Janelle and Roger. Roger was buried 20 years ago, on June 14, 1987, making Alex at least 19. He’s too old for high school, unless he was kept down, right? I don’t live in America, so I’m not 100% sure on how the school system works but I’m pretty sure most people should have graduated by then?
Like the episode mentions that Alex was born on January 7, 1988, making him 19 in the episode, which takes place some time between Halloween and Christmas or 2007.
Ugh I’m rewatching for the 5th or so time and it always frustrates me how long it takes for Booth and Brennan to get together. Sorry if others have already commented about this subject but my god the writers really kicked that dead horse for so long. I feel like they should have gotten together much, much earlier and way more organically. When would you guys have gotten them together? (If at all).
In the episode, Sweets mentioned that he really enjoyed watching Voltron as a kid and it occurred to me that he never got to see the new remake, because he was murdered before it came out. It just... made me feel so sad.
Cam seems to constantly be reminding people of the fact that she is "the boss". Does anyone have a theory as to why the writers felt it necessary for her to state that all the time? Imo, if you have to constantly remind people that you're in charge, you probably aren't. It really undermines whatever actual authority she has.
I was rewatching bones since in the US it is leaving Hulu soon. On season 1 episode 6 for about a minute or two the main character on the tv show Rosewood appeared and on a episode of rosewood it is revealed that Rosewood and Bones share a universe when Daisy shows up on Rosewood.
Just thought this would be interesting for people to know.
Edit: He is in it a few times and is a suspect also claims to be a special agent.
I don't need any indepth spoilers, but it's killing me.
Is it tackled this season?
In the episode “The Suit on the Set” we find out Cam was in a campy film in college. Does anyone else wish they could watch that film?