Hodgins' lapse in judgment may cause a murderer to be set free, Brennan explores the world of dating, and Booth continues his therapy.


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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
Robert Frazier
Clarissa Bancroft (as Meridith Monroe)
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Kid from Center


Booth and Brennan investigate the death of Terence Bancroft, one of the Jeffersonian's major donors, found dead at home. But Hodgins compromises the case and the reputation of the lab when he removes some evidence that would link him to Bancroft's young wife Clarissa, the powerful Bancroft family, and to the case itself. Due to this, Brennan must make an important decision about her team. Meawnhile, Booth, although cleared by Dr. Wyatt to use his gun, must continue to meet with the psychiatrist. Also, Agent Sullivan invites Brennan out on a date to a basketball game for Valentine's Day. Written by Anonymous

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14 February 2007 (USA)  »

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When Hodgins is examining the photo frames, the writing we see on the back of the photo he's removing does not match the writing we see on the close up. See more »


Caroline Julian: I already got no proof how the victim got hold of that heroin. Now you're saying I can't put Hodgins on the stand? Why?
Special Agent Seeley Booth: You don't wanna know the answer to that.
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: Why doesn't she wanna know?
Caroline Julian: As the prosecutor in this case, I'm obliged to share everything I know with the defense.
Dr. Jack Hodgins: Just because Clarissa Bancroft and I...
Caroline Julian: Whoa! Goodnight!
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16 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So Booth is asked to quit wearing his flashy ties, socks, and belt buckle. Why? It's an experiment - to get to the truth of why he behaves the way behaves. In this episode, Hodgins messes with evidence because he had a relationship with the victim's wife. Booth is livid when he learns the truth and thinks he should be fire right away. I'm still not exactly sure why Jack got off so easily...he almost screwed up the entire case.

Brennan is dating the FBI agent she worked with in the previous episode and is thinking about sleeping with him. The ending scene between her and Booth (along with another scene played earlier) shows that Booth is denying any sort of love interest in Brennan, but he knows it's there...

When I watched this show the first time around, this frustrated me. But this time I think I understand their reason for ignoring their attraction to each other. They have something really good going - something that hardly anybody gets in this life. They don't want to mess that up...

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