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The Baby in the Bough 

Miraculously surviving a suspicious car accident that kills its mother, a baby is left with Booth and Bones who care for the infant while investigating the crime.

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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Chip Barnett (as Tom Wilson)
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Brennen and Booth investigate the charred body of a young woman found in a car which leads to the discovery of the murder victim's infant baby who inadvertently swallows a piece of evidence and Brennen is forced to look after the baby which is a real charm for Angela, Zach, Jack, Camille, and the rest of the Jeffersonian staff, but not to Brennen. Written by Anonymous

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Cameron Dye's (Lou) name was Andy in the movie The Last Starfighter. Andy, the baby Bones and Booth care for, is his sons name in this episode. See more »

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At the end, Booth is waving his right hand around as he's talking to Bones. In some shots he is holding a pacifier, but in others his hand is empty. See more »

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Dr. Zack Addy: [Watching Andy] Prodigious saliva production.
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Goo goo
13 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

B&B end up with a baby on their hands while investigating the death of a young mother. Booth of course takes right to the kid, Booth being a father and all, while Brennan initially is very awkward around it. She even allows the rugrat to swallow a crucial piece of evidence. By the end, you just know Brennan has found her nurturing side and is bonding with the baby. Having a baby around the office gets Hodgins and Angela, who are still sweet on each other at this point, thinking about kids. Some very funny dialogue ensues. As many of you know, I quickly tired of the whole Hodgins/Angela thing (I also got tired of Angela), and evidently so did the writers in time. But the two talking about having babies here is absolutely priceless.


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