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The Secrets in the Proposal 

Bones is hurt that Booth withdrew his acceptance of her proposal, and the team sides with her. Eventually she realizes he must have a reason and she trusts him. A government accountant is ... See full summary »

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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Lily Thorn
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Danny Beck
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Bones is hurt that Booth withdrew his acceptance of her proposal, and the team sides with her. Eventually she realizes he must have a reason and she trusts him. A government accountant is murdered and the CIA is also interested in the case. Written by Bernie

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In the last scene where Bones tells Booth that she has complete faith in him. Booth says that he will ask her to marry him when the time is right. The camera pans over to the clock under the cabinet and the time flashes from 7:39 to 4:47 and back again. 4:47 is the same time that is on the clock in the episodes "the end of the beginning", "the beginning of the end", "the hole in the heart", and "the past in the present" See more »

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Daisy Wick: He was conked on the head. Twice.
[Excitedly]
Daisy Wick: Which gives us cause of death!
[Holding up her hand]
Daisy Wick: Would you care to high five?
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: I would not.
Daisy Wick: I can do it myself.
[She slaps her own hand]
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References Sleepy Hollow (2013) See more »

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You Belong To Me
Written by Todd Howe, Piers Hewitt, 'Adam Harrison (IX) and Nathan Nicholson
Performed by The Boxer Rebellion
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No more perpetual villains!
1 October 2013 | by (Redondo Beach, CA) – See all my reviews

The most tired cliché in all of cop-procedural writing is: the bad guy goes after the cop! Or the cop's family! It really didn't need to be done more than once, but now every show keeps dragging it back in as though it were a fresh plot device. It's not. It's very, very stale.

The biggest, rottenest shark that lies athwart the path of any cop-procedural show is: the Omnipotent Omniscient Never-Caught Villain. Have the writers learned nothing from the way "Red John" has killed interest in The Mentalist? The whole point of these shows is that they present us with a puzzle, and solve it neatly by the end of the hour. That's the framework. Once you start getting "supervillains" like Red John or the endlessly-uninteresting Pelant, the show starts circling the drain, because we know as soon as the name is mentioned that this episode will be just another dead end, petering out unsatisfactorily.

Kill off Pelant and get back to what makes the show great!


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