History TearJerker / Bones

18th Nov '15 3:40:20 AM DGCatAniSiri
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* Learning that Clark's girlfriend of eight years broke up with him in 'The Ghost in the Killer,' leading him to be crashing at the Jeffersonian. Seeing the normally straight-laced and confident squintern hitting his lowest point and this lost is hard to see.
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* Learning that Clark's girlfriend of eight years broke up with him in 'The Ghost in the Killer,' leading him to be crashing at the Jeffersonian. Seeing the normally straight-laced and confident squintern hitting his lowest point and this lost is hard to see.see. * The pain in Brennan's voice when Booth tells her to take Christine and go to Max's, because the operatives behind the conspiracy are coming after them. --> '''Booth:''' I love you. --> '''Brennan:''' Don't you die.
15th Nov '15 1:48:25 AM DGCatAniSiri
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* The sick and exhausted mother from “Stargazer in the Puddle”. She had a daughter who sadly suffered from a condition that left her in a myriad of health issues: unable to hit puberty while simultaneously rapidly ages the body, while leaving the affected person with the mentality of a six-year-old child. The mother was under heavy medications, and one of those drugs was experimental. It left her feeling worse than before and her own mental health began to deteriorate. She knew no foster home would take her. She ends up killing her own daughter with an overdose on her old medication and alleges to have drowned her daughter and it was ultimately done out of mercy and love. In a stroke of cruel irony, her medication belatedly began to work right after her daughter’s death. The scene between Brennan and the distraught mother was so heartbreaking, the way the mother looked at the rock her daughter had written on and broke down crying: “I love you”.
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* The sick and exhausted mother from “Stargazer in the Puddle”. She had a daughter who sadly suffered from a condition that left her in a myriad of health issues: unable to hit puberty while simultaneously rapidly ages the body, while leaving the affected person with the mentality of a six-year-old child. The mother was under heavy medications, and one of those drugs was experimental. It left her feeling worse than before and her own mental health began to deteriorate. She knew no foster home would take her. She ends up killing her own daughter with an overdose on her old medication and alleges to have drowned her daughter and it was ultimately done out of mercy and love. In a stroke of cruel irony, her medication belatedly began to work right after her daughter’s death. The scene between Brennan and the distraught mother was so heartbreaking, the way the mother looked at the rock her daughter had written on and broke down crying: “I love you”.you”. * Learning that Clark's girlfriend of eight years broke up with him in 'The Ghost in the Killer,' leading him to be crashing at the Jeffersonian. Seeing the normally straight-laced and confident squintern hitting his lowest point and this lost is hard to see.
17th Oct '15 7:33:41 PM captainlupin
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* Seeing Booth relapse on his gambling addiction is heartbreaking for anyone who has had loved ones go through similar relapses.
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* Seeing Booth relapse on his gambling addiction is heartbreaking for anyone who has had loved ones go through similar relapses.relapses. *The sick and exhausted mother from “Stargazer in the Puddle”. She had a daughter who sadly suffered from a condition that left her in a myriad of health issues: unable to hit puberty while simultaneously rapidly ages the body, while leaving the affected person with the mentality of a six-year-old child. The mother was under heavy medications, and one of those drugs was experimental. It left her feeling worse than before and her own mental health began to deteriorate. She knew no foster home would take her. She ends up killing her own daughter with an overdose on her old medication and alleges to have drowned her daughter and it was ultimately done out of mercy and love. In a stroke of cruel irony, her medication belatedly began to work right after her daughter’s death. The scene between Brennan and the distraught mother was so heartbreaking, the way the mother looked at the rock her daughter had written on and broke down crying: “I love you”.
21st Sep '15 8:44:07 AM ExarchofSechrima
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* In "The Bones On The Blue Line", Sweets is sitting next to a guy who just a text saying he's now cancer free. He then proceeds to tell Sweets how he's going to travel the world and sleep with exotic women, things he'd been putting off because of his cancer. He got thrown into a handpole on the subway, killing him.
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* In "The Bones On The Blue Line", Sweets is sitting next to a guy who just a text saying he's now cancer free. He then proceeds to tell Sweets how he's going to travel the world and sleep with exotic women, things he'd been putting off because of his cancer. He got thrown into a handpole on the subway, killing him.him. * Seeing Booth relapse on his gambling addiction is heartbreaking for anyone who has had loved ones go through similar relapses.
20th Aug '15 1:08:04 PM RainbowPhoenix
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* The part in "The Archeologist in the Cocoon" where the team demonstrates the fate of the Neanderthal/Homo sapien remains from 25,000 years ago: [[spoiler:It was a family murder scene - a homo sapien mother, a neanderthal father, and a hybrid daughter were killed by a homo sapien interloper. The mother and father both died killing the interloper, while the 3 year old daughter was left to starve to death because neither species would adopt her. Their only comfort was that the father crawled to and cradled the mother while he bled to death and she suffocated, and the daughter curled up with them at the end, so that they could all be together.]]
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* The part in "The Archeologist in the Cocoon" where the team demonstrates the fate of the Neanderthal/Homo sapien remains from 25,000 years ago: [[spoiler:It was a family murder scene - a homo sapien mother, a neanderthal father, and a hybrid daughter were killed by a homo sapien interloper. The mother and father both died killing the interloper, while the 3 year old daughter was left to starve to death because neither species would adopt her. Their only comfort was that the father crawled to and cradled the mother while he bled to death and she suffocated, and the daughter curled up with them at the end, so that they could all be together. Booth outright calls it [[HumansAreBastards The World's First Hate Crime]].]]
9th Jul '15 3:01:32 PM catmuto
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Removed multiple Double Entries
** "I missed my chance."
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** --> '''Bones:''' "I missed my chance."

** "[[spoiler: I love it here.... Please don't make me leave....]]" This troper is usually quite stone-faced, but she chokes up even thinking about that scene.
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** "[[spoiler: I don't wanna go. I love it here.... Please don't make me leave....]]" This troper is usually quite stone-faced, but she chokes up even thinking about that scene.

* In a sad but also heartwarming way, the fact that he tells her she's doing great. Coming from [[spoiler:Sweets]] who knows what it's like to be adopted, that's probably the highest praise he could give her, and she doesn't even know or understand.
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* ** In a sad but also heartwarming way, the fact that he tells her she's doing great. Coming from [[spoiler:Sweets]] who knows what it's like to be adopted, that's probably the highest praise he could give her, and she doesn't even know or understand.

** "Don't you wish someone had told ''you'' that your parents were dead -- just so you can finally stop wondering?" --- "Yes."
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** "Don't you wish someone had told ''you'' that your parents were dead -- just so you can finally stop wondering?" --- -- "Yes."

* The episode where the spirit of the dead 14 year old boy who just wanted to impress his crush is very Tear Jerky to anyone. The spiritual element, the "kid" element, the future he could have had, everything. It's written to make you cry.

* "The Doctor in the Photo" in season six. The car scene when Brennan tells Booth about the epiphany she's had [[spoiler: (that she "doesn't want to die with regrets" and "made a mistake" in rejecting him)]], and then breaks down and SOBS at his response. Their subsequent conversation and watching her slowly pull herself back together just made it worse. * "The Singing in the Silence" - a deaf mute runaway girl is found covered in blood. It turns out [[spoiler: she had to kill a man who tried to kidnap her and take her back to her violently abusive parents, who it turns out in fact kidnapped her from her real parents when she was a toddler. It is an incredible AdultFear episode for any parent, to imagine their defenceless three-year-old being taken and used so horrifically that she's unable to trust anyone, and her only happy memory is of a stuffed rabbit... sniff...]] * [[spoiler:Vincent's ]] death. "Please don't make me leave, I love being here..." * When Arastoo is infected with a deadly disease and the only one who can help is the murderer, seeing the normally stoic Cam just utterly break down begging him to help is utterly heartwrenching.
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* "The Doctor in the Photo" in season six. The car scene when Brennan tells Booth about the epiphany she's had [[spoiler: (that she "doesn't want to die with regrets" and "made a mistake" in rejecting him)]], and then breaks down and SOBS at his response. Their subsequent conversation and watching her slowly pull herself back together just made it worse. * "The Singing in the Silence" - a deaf mute runaway girl is found covered in blood. It turns out [[spoiler: she had to kill a man who tried to kidnap her and take her back to her violently abusive parents, who it turns out in fact kidnapped her from her real parents when she was a toddler. It is an incredible AdultFear episode for any parent, to imagine their defenceless three-year-old being taken and used so horrifically that she's unable to trust anyone, and her only happy memory is of a stuffed rabbit... sniff...]] * [[spoiler:Vincent's ]] death. "Please don't make me leave, I love being here..." * When Arastoo is infected with a deadly disease and the only one who can help is the murderer, seeing the normally stoic Cam just utterly break down begging him to help is utterly utterly heartwrenching.

* "The Graft in the Girl". * "The Man in the Fallout Shelter": -->'''Angela:''' Can you imagine what it was like for her, waiting and wondering, never knowing what happened?\\ '''Bones:''' I don't have to imagine. * The season three finale still makes my eyes water.

* "The Superhero in the Alley," when Angela completes the victim's comic book for him.

* "The Finger in the Nest". Poor Hodgins. Poor Sweets. Poor Brennan. Hell, this episode is one TearJerker after another. Particularly if you're a dog lover.

* "The Doctor in the Photo" brings out Brennan's oft overlooked [[TheWoobie woobie side]]. [[spoiler:Her tearful breakdown and confession to Booth at the end is especially emotional.]] -->"I'm with someone now and she's not a consolation prize."

* The death of [[spoiler:Mr. Nigel-Murray]], especially when Cam talks about calling his mother. * When the squints [[spoiler:realize that Zack is Gormogon's apprentice. When Bones pressed her forehead against Zack's and he started crying, this troper burst into tears.]]

* A physicist who regretted being a distant father eulogizes his gymnast daughter the only way he knows how, with calculations of the ways she moved through life -- crawling, walking, running, tumbling -- until -->'''Bones:''' She is at rest again. ** With bonus awesome for Bones, who ''used logic to talk the guy out of committing suicide'' (basically, if he killed himself the cops would think he was guilty and stop looking for other suspects).
14th Jun '15 11:10:17 PM Whoa15
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* cue Bones and Booth looking uncomfortably at each other, trying to figure out how to explain that [[spoiler:Sweets is dead]]*
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* cue Bones and Booth looking uncomfortably at each other, trying to figure out how to explain that [[spoiler:Sweets is dead]]*dead]]* * In "The Bones On The Blue Line", Sweets is sitting next to a guy who just a text saying he's now cancer free. He then proceeds to tell Sweets how he's going to travel the world and sleep with exotic women, things he'd been putting off because of his cancer. He got thrown into a handpole on the subway, killing him.
8th Jun '15 3:28:34 PM ryuclockwork
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*** Bones standing off to the side, alone, in stark and painful contrast to Zack's large, loving family come to visit him.
15th May '15 5:22:36 PM td1989
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* When Arastoo is infected with a deadly disease and the only one who can help is the murderer, seeing the normally stoic Cam just utterly break down begging him to help is utterly heartwrenching.
8th May '15 8:35:15 PM ZoeyPosthuman
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** That entire episode. That entire fucking episode.
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