I’d forgotten just how antagonistic B&B were toward one another in this one– Booth is sensitive when Brennan makes comments about “magic water” and he suggests she should have just sailed away with her boyfriend. He also declares he doesn’t want to work the case with her and asks if she’ll come see Dr. Wyatt with him.
“I will speak my mind, Booth. I will speak my mind” she tells him, one of my all time favorite Brennan lines! 🙂
So Dr. Wyatt does analyze them, and what do you think of his ‘observations’? He tells them that they aren’t dealing with the Sully thing but that it’s just a matter of where each one fits–where they stand literally and metaphorically with one another and in the lab and FBI building.
What do you think? Do you agree with him, or was he just doing his job–getting them to work together at all costs?
Here is the B&B of the day:
The “Let’s just pretend he’s right so we don’t have to talk about it anymore” B&B
From The Priest in the Churchyard: Season Two