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10th Feb '17 12:54:46 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* A brief moment, but at one point, Bones and Booth consult the chiropractor of the victim. After helping them, Bones thanks him, even though he's not a medical doctor. He immediately fires back that she isn't either. Of course, [[spoiler:the chiropractor ended up as the killer]], but it's nice to see Bones taken down a peg now and then

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* A brief moment, but at one point, Bones and Booth consult the chiropractor of the victim. After helping them, Bones thanks him, even though he's not a medical doctor. He immediately fires back that she isn't either. Of course, [[spoiler:the [[spoiler: the chiropractor ended up as the killer]], but it's nice to see Bones taken down a peg now and thenthen.
* In Finn's intro episode, everyone seems uneasy around him, believing that he may have murdered his stepfather who disappeared without a trace. Brennan operates on logic, trusting his skills for most of the episode before simply asking him for the truth. Then it turns out that he had considered murder [[AssholeVictim (since the stepfather was abusive of both Finn and Finn's mother)]] but then Finn found an article by Brennan and immediately decided A) he'd never get away with it with her around and B) he wanted to work for her.
** Finn manages to get 2 big awesome moments in his intro episode, one in present day and one in backstory. The backstory one involved him managing to scare off his abusive stepfather by threatening to kill him if the man ever touched Finn's mother again; it was a bluff but a good enough bluff to make the stepfather drop off the map completely. The present day one involves Finn endearing himself to Hodgins by using knowledge of snakes to save a snake that had swallowed evidence; using a combination of cold temperature to slow digestion and triggering an instinctive reaction in the snake that caused it to vomit up what it had swallowed to scare off a predator, Finn gets the evidence without harming a single scale on the snake, something that had been worrying Hodgins since the snake had come in.
9th Jan '17 1:33:53 PM td1989
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** In the next episode with the Gravedigger ''The Boy With The Answer'' after she has had all the evidence found in the previous Gravedigger episode thrown out and they find out that Bones, Hodgins, and Booth can't both investigate and be plaintiffs they pin their hopes on a single case throwing out their own cases and it pays off when they find a dust mite between the victim's teeth. The look on Taffet's face of complete and other shock and the way she is rattled is totally satisfying considering she had spent the whole episode completely smug.


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** Caroline gets one when she manages to help shake Sweets out of his HeroicBSOD.
9th Jan '17 10:38:13 AM td1989
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** It's also one for Angela since she is the one who manages to compare the voices and reveal they are one and the same.
5th Mar '16 2:51:44 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** A fairly unnoticed one; despite Bones praising Booth's assault on the husband, Booth ''refuses'' to be proud of his actions and is adamant that while he'd do anything to protect Parker, he ''never'' wants his son to see him lose control like that.
** Sweets is awesome throughout. From convincing Bones to be gentle with the girl by playing on their (the girl, Bones and himself) shared experience in the foster care system to playing the good cop to the couple to draw out a confession (even though every word is probably making him sick), the man deserves a medal.
18th Dec '15 8:25:34 AM GamerFromJump2
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* In a Season 11 episode featuring a victim who was an escapologist (in line of Harry Houdini), Bones has spent the whole episode deriding magic tricks and seeing through any the team try to show off. Towards the end of the episode, Booth demonstrates a trick where he folds up an important paper, rips it to pieces, palms the pieces...and makes the perfectly-fine-aside-from-having-been-folded piece of paper appear in Bones' pocket. Bones can''not'' figure out how he did it.

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* In a Season 11 episode featuring a victim who was an escapologist (in line of Harry Houdini), Bones has spent the whole episode deriding magic tricks and seeing through any the team try to show off. Towards the end of the episode, Booth demonstrates a trick where he folds up an important paper, rips it to pieces, palms the pieces...and makes the perfectly-fine-aside-from-having-been-folded piece of paper appear in Bones' pocket. Bones can''not'' figure out how he did it.it.
* In "The Doom in the Boom", Hodgins finds a ringing cell phone in the pocket of the VictimOfTheWeek. Aubrey puts [[BoobyTrap it]] together in seconds, hurls Hodgins away with one arm and [[HumanShield jumps on him]].
14th Nov '15 7:31:31 AM ladyofthelibrary
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** Later on, Booth is talking to the couple again before they are sent to jail and just as he's about to leave, he says that the only good thing about this is that he knows what they do to child abusers in prison.

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** Later on, Booth is talking to the couple again before they are sent to jail and just as he's about to leave, he says that the only good thing about this is that he knows what they do to child abusers in prison.prison.
* In a Season 11 episode featuring a victim who was an escapologist (in line of Harry Houdini), Bones has spent the whole episode deriding magic tricks and seeing through any the team try to show off. Towards the end of the episode, Booth demonstrates a trick where he folds up an important paper, rips it to pieces, palms the pieces...and makes the perfectly-fine-aside-from-having-been-folded piece of paper appear in Bones' pocket. Bones can''not'' figure out how he did it.
28th Oct '15 2:56:36 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* Greg Dored, the victim from episode "The Bond in the Boot", was an unassuming CIA analyst who managed to break his ankle twice trying and failing to complete an entry level obstacle course. However, when he picked up chatter about a plot to smuggle contraband into the country and his boss refused to act on his information, he went rogue on his own. By himself, he took down a Ex-Russian special forces soldier who was acting as a courier, hid the contraband and sent his girlfriend an encoded picture with the location so that it could be found after his death. He was then captured by the group who wanted whatever they had smuggled into the country. They bound his hands and feet together and hung him up in a position known as "the swallow". He then had over 24 holes drilled into his arm with a diamond cutting laser. Throughout it all he never talked and was eventually kept in the torture position so long that he asphyxiated and died. The CIA was so impressed by his loyalty and sacrifice they retroactively made him an agent so that they could honour him with a star on their wall of unnamed fallen Agents.

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* Greg Dored, the victim from episode "The Bond in the Boot", was an unassuming CIA analyst who managed to break his ankle twice trying and failing to complete an entry level obstacle course. However, when he picked up chatter about a plot to smuggle contraband into the country and his boss refused to act on his information, he went rogue on his own. By himself, he took down a Ex-Russian special forces soldier who was acting as a courier, hid the contraband and sent his girlfriend an encoded picture with the location so that it could be found after his death. He was then captured by the group who wanted whatever they had smuggled into the country. They bound his hands and feet together and hung him up in a position known as "the swallow". He then had over 24 holes drilled into his arm with a diamond cutting laser. Throughout it all he never talked and was eventually kept in the torture position so long that he asphyxiated and died. The CIA was so impressed by his loyalty and sacrifice they retroactively made him an agent so that they could honour honor him with a star on their wall of unnamed fallen Agents.



-->'''Brennan:''' Booth, if this missing video game turns out to be the computer chip imbedded in the victim's sternum...

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-->'''Brennan:''' Booth, if this missing video game turns out to be the computer chip imbedded embedded in the victim's sternum...



* Booth isn't someone to be messed with, especially if he's interrogating. When investigating the death of a former forgein ChildSoldier he came across a wanted war criminal. While he didn't get him to confess, it's later shown he didn't need to. As long as the suspect said even a word, Booth would have what he needs to identify him. There is a reason he is the best at his job, people!

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* Booth isn't someone to be messed with, especially if he's interrogating. When investigating the death of a former forgein foreign ChildSoldier he came across a wanted war criminal. While he didn't get him to confess, it's later shown he didn't need to. As long as the suspect said even a word, Booth would have what he needs to identify him. There is a reason he is the best at his job, people!



* When it looked like a potential suspect was choking a professional hotdog eater, Bones immediately runs over and promptly ''throws him down to the ground''. [[spoiler:[[PregnantBadass While pregnant.]]]]
* The Season 9 finale. [[spoiler: Three, count 'em, ''three'' rogue Delta Force soldiers go into the Booth-Brennan household intent on killing Booth and anyone who got in their way. At the end of the night they leave in bodybags.]]

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* When it looked like a potential suspect was choking a professional hotdog hot-dog eater, Bones immediately runs over and promptly ''throws him down to the ground''. [[spoiler:[[PregnantBadass While pregnant.]]]]
* The Season 9 finale. [[spoiler: Three, count 'em, ''three'' rogue Delta Force soldiers go into the Booth-Brennan household intent on killing Booth and anyone who got in their way. At the end of the night they leave in bodybags.body-bags.]]



* In "The Future in the Past", when Booth places the murder weapon in front of Pelant. Seeing the light and smug jerkass attitude just ''drain'' out of the little shit was the most satisfying thing I've seen in a ''long'' time.
* In "The Signs in the Silence," booth is interrogating the couple who kidnapped a young deaf girl when she was three and had been abusing her. When the wife starts to crack and begins to confess, the husband loses it and slaps her in the face. What does Booth do? Slams the asshole against the wall and punches him in the face.

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* In "The Future in the Past", when Booth places the murder weapon in front of Pelant. Seeing the light and smug jerkass {{Jerkass}} attitude just ''drain'' out of the little shit was the most satisfying thing I've seen in a ''long'' time.
* In "The Signs in the Silence," booth Booth is interrogating the couple who kidnapped a young deaf girl when she was three and had been abusing her. When the wife starts to crack and begins to confess, the husband loses it and slaps her in the face. What does Booth do? Slams the asshole against the wall and punches him in the face.
6th May '15 8:22:52 PM tk421SW
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* The second episode has one where Brennan confronts the killer, who is dousing a room with evidence in gasoline. When Brennan says she can't let him destroy evidence, he pulls out a lighter and does the whole "try and stop me and we both burn" thing. Brennan [[RealityEnsues immediately whips out her revolver and shoots him in the leg]].

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* The second pilot episode has one where Brennan confronts the killer, who is dousing a room with evidence in gasoline. When Brennan says she can't let him destroy evidence, he pulls out a lighter and does the whole "try and stop me and we both burn" thing. Brennan [[RealityEnsues immediately whips out her revolver and shoots him in the leg]].
6th May '15 4:00:55 PM moto12
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* In "The Future in the Past", when Booth places the murder weapon in front of Pelant. Seeing the light and smug jerkass attitude just ''drain'' out of the little shit was the most satisfying thing I've seen in a ''long'' time.

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* In "The Future in the Past", when Booth places the murder weapon in front of Pelant. Seeing the light and smug jerkass attitude just ''drain'' out of the little shit was the most satisfying thing I've seen in a ''long'' time.time.
* In "The Signs in the Silence," booth is interrogating the couple who kidnapped a young deaf girl when she was three and had been abusing her. When the wife starts to crack and begins to confess, the husband loses it and slaps her in the face. What does Booth do? Slams the asshole against the wall and punches him in the face.
** Later on, Booth is talking to the couple again before they are sent to jail and just as he's about to leave, he says that the only good thing about this is that he knows what they do to child abusers in prison.
21st Nov '14 2:10:09 PM DrImpossible
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* The Season 9 finale. [[spoiler: Three, count 'em, ''three'' rogue Delta Force soldiers go into the Booth-Brennan household intent on killing Booth and anyone who got in their way. End of the night? Three bodybags leave.]]

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* The Season 9 finale. [[spoiler: Three, count 'em, ''three'' rogue Delta Force soldiers go into the Booth-Brennan household intent on killing Booth and anyone who got in their way. End At the end of the night? Three bodybags leave.night they leave in bodybags.]]
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