The milestone 100th episode takes viewers back in time six years as Brennan and Booth recount the first case they worked on together. With Sweets finishing his book on their partnership, Brennan and Booth take this opportunity to set the record straight. A young and rebellious FBI Agent Booth seeks the help of an team of anthropological scientists and a street artist to find the evidence that will prove his high-profile suspect guilty. Although in unfamiliar territory, Dr. Brennan, her grad student Zack and Hodgins get right to work, impressing Booth with their knack for uncovering new leads and substantiating his theory about a well-connected district judge. While the case cements a foundation for a successful future partnership, it also reveals the convoluted romantic beginnings of the formidable duo - whose feelings for each other almost destroyed the team but still linger years later. Written by
Did You Know?
Hodgins assumes that maple wood points to the use of a baseball bat. However, ash is the most common wood used for bats, followed by hickory. Hard maple - derived from the sugar maple tree - is sometimes used but has a tendency to shatter. Ash would have been a better first assumption for bat material, making Hodgins' speculation less likely a source of maple splinters. See more
You can take the clothing and leave now.
Dr. Jack Hodgins
Yeah. You can take that femur and shove it...
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan
References Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
One Beats Three
Written by Bear Lake
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