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It's clear that Brennan is the only one who can run the Jeffersonian lab when she determines it wasn't Booth's remains found in the burned-out van, but coming back to her old life isn't going as seamless as she thought it would.Here, executive producer Michael Peterson tells What made you land on this Booth mystery and why did it need to be him to bring them back into this world?It was just something that sprang up organically in the room. [Brennan] is seeing things through Booth's eyes and what's necessary for him along with being back in the lab and seeing how essential she is. The Jeffersonian is not the country's premiere forensic anthropology lab anymore.

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They even clearly found each other really, really attractive. I know I've heard the creators of the show say that they didn't expect to become the romantic comedy that it is. First you muck up my favorite character, then you break up the couple I actually did like, and now Bones and Booth are gonna get all on each other? Take Hodgins (TJ Thyne) and Angela (Michaela Conlin). While they aren't together at the moment, they had the most wonderful, natural, organic, granola-crunchy hook-up I've ever seen on TV. ) And certainly, there have been moments between Booth and Brennan that have hinted that they want to care for each other on a full-time basis.

Okay - if the season finale is going to reveal that Booth hallucinated the whole Gormogon thing and it turns out that Zack was never a not-killer and Hodgela never broke up, I will flip out with joy.

Bones (2005–2017) is a crime drama television series on the FOX Network, inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and novelist, Kathy Reichs. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan specializes in reading clues left behind in a victim's bones. When he woke up he thought that they had a whole different life together, he thought they were married. You were dreaming of being in love, of being married, right? [turns over another card] The world scares you, so you wrap it up neatly in bonds of reason, education and proof. Harold: [nervously] This one has to be done with discretion. I wouldn't have to fly coach but what life throws us, it's what makes us who we are, right? The good things, they're not any sweeter if you're rich. In the time that I've been with you, I've learned a lot about how to deal with people. Sweets: Yes, and if life were simply a debate, you would win hands down. You handle that knowledge by imposing this gossamer web of rationality over the ugliness.

Sometimes when characters get married they can start getting along too much and we found a nice way to make sure we get the good repartee between them.

, and while we've had our ups and downs, it's still my favorite show on TV. Here's why I liked it so much: I'm the proud platonic lady friend of several guys. Over the past decade or so, we've become like family -- bickered, cried, whined, celebrated -- and never been romantically involved. In the beginning, Brennan and Booth were professional partners who found complementary parts of each other that enabled them to work together brilliantly and solve the most difficult cases.

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