Topless Men!

Topless Men!

This is not bad work if you can get it, huh, Brennan? The specialist visit a fraternity during "The Beaver in the Otter."
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Pic of Booth

Pic of Booth

Booth takes on a case in the episode titled "The Beaver in the Otter." During the installment, a fraternity member is found dead.
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The Beaver in the Otter Phoo

The Beaver in the Otter Phoo

Booth and Brennan investigate a new case in "The Beaver in the Otter." In it, a fraternity brother is found dead.
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Camille and Angela

Camille and Angela

Camille and Angela aren't the central players on Bones. But they are still vital characters on the show.
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Bones Duo

Bones Duo

Brennan doesn't seem to want Bones to fire his weapon. We love the banter between these two.
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Brennan and Booth Pic

Brennan and Booth Pic

Brennan and Booth are on the case! And some bad guy is gonna pay!
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New Glasses

New Glasses

Just put on the glasses, Booth! Brennan tries to change her partner's fashion habits.
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Charred Body

Charred Body

Yech. Brennan and Camille stand over a disgusting dead body.
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Brennan Takes Charge

Brennan Takes Charge

Brennan leads the team during this investigation. Booth and Camille look on.
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Brennan and Bones Meeting

Brennan and Bones Meeting

Brennan and Bones have a serious talk in this episode of Bones. It's a scene from "The Cinderella in the Cardboard."
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Brennan and Camille

Brennan and Camille

Brennan and Camille are hard at work in this scene from Bones. Important, gross work, that is.
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Monique Coleman, Bones Star

Monique Coleman, Bones Star

Monique Coleman guest stars on the March 19, 2009 episode of Bones. She plays a pregnant high school student.
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Bones Season 4 Quotes

Wendell Bray: (running up with a bone in his hands) Dead guy's hyoid.
Bones: Guy as in sexually non-specific urban colloquialism or in the reference to the gender normally associated with a penis, Mr. Bray?
Wendell Bray: Um ... penis?

Booth: You don't think that I'm a lousy dad for not sending my son to private school?
Sweets: No. But you'd be a lousy father if you didn't torture yourself about it.