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After 12 seasons, it’s difficult to pick a seminal line for these two, but “That’s a lot of heart, Bones” is certainly in the top five. “The Blackout in the Blizzard” (Season 6, Episode 16)The “will they or won’t they” couple’s final push towards “they will” wouldn’t have been complete without a classic “stuck-in-an-elevator” episode, and Bones’ comes with the added bonus of having the elevator be an old-school, open-air wrought-iron model, so Sweets can pop by from time to time and update Booth and Brennan on the case-of-the-week while also prying into their personal conversations.
This wintry episode does mark a turning point, however.
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signs off on Tuesday, after 12 seasons of crime solving, evidence examining, blood, guts and, most importantly, bones.As the team at the Jeffersonian look through Zach’s favorite stuff and Brennan worries that she never gave her former assistant anything tangible, Booth finds the acceptance letter she sent him three years ago and reads it aloud. “The Crack in the Code” (Season 7, Episode 6)The more obvious choice would probably be the episode following this one, “The Prisoner in the Pipe,” when Brennan gives birth to the couple’s daughter, Christine, but watching Booth finally find his family’s home is just too endearing.After wrestling with his feelings about income disparity, the FBI agent goes out on a limb, buying a dilapidated house at a police auction. Plus, these two living in a house that was the site of a U. Marshal raid is so very appropriate (and a truly unfortunate case of foreshadowing). Meredith collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads.
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While the final scenes are hard to watch, the episode is a can’t-miss, thanks to Brennan’s speech to Booth when she asks him to marry her, which is somehow even sweeter than the moment she tells him, “You are not allowed to die. ”Bonus points to the ensuing scene where Brennan adorably tells Cam (Tamara Taylor) and Angela (Michaela Conlin) about the engagement, before immediately moving on to the link she found between the murder victims. However, the finale is a big one for Booth and Brennan, who deal with serious emotional fallout after the FBI agent fakes his own death to go undercover and his partner is not informed -- beer hats in bathtubs, anyone?