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Dr. Jack Hodgins (Character)
from "Bones" (2005)

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Bones -- The team investigates the death of a high-stakes gambler.
Bones -- School’s out for the summer and Pablo can’t wait to have some fun!  Too bad he’s broke!  While Pablo does his best to earn some extra dough by becoming a dog walker, Quba sells one of his paintings only to have it taken by one of Pablo’s mangy mutts!

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Dr John Stanley Hodgins, better known as Jack, is the Jeffersonian's self titled "bug and slime guy"... See more »
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  1. "Bones"
        - The Eye in the Sky (2015) TV episode, Played by T.J. Thyne
        - The Putter in the Rough (2015) TV episode, Played by T.J. Thyne
        - The Baker in the Bits (2015) TV episode, Played by T.J. Thyne
        - The Teacher in the Books (2015) TV episode, Played by T.J. Thyne
        - The Psychic in the Soup (2015) TV episode, Played by T.J. Thyne
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  2. "The Finder"
        - Little Green Men (2012) TV episode, Played by T.J. Thyne

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From "Bones: The Girl in the Mask (#4.22)" (2009)
Dr. Lance Sweets: [speaking of Dr. Tanaka] Uh, you people can identify human remains from a tiny little finger bone. But you can't identify the sex of the person standing right in front of you? Does nobody else see the irony in this?
Dr. Jack Hodgins: Of course. But as a scientist, I also see the challenge.
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