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Bones

Edison: Crime, you. Ancient history, me. Remember?
Bones: Yes, but I would think you would want nothing more than my expertise.
Edison: And I'm well aware that you would think that. But I don't want to take you away from your murder.

Hodgins: Eh, it does look humany.
Bones: Sorry to disappoint you.

Bones: Do I have to do anything special when it ends?
Booth: No.
Bones: Why not?
Booth: Because it's never gonna end, Bones. It's always gonna be just like this. Just like this.

Sweets: Booth was a dance teacher.
Bones: [laughing] That does not sound true.

Angela: When we met I was an artist. I mean, imagine waking up one day and realizing that for years you haven't been doing anything close to what you love.
Bones: I can't imagine that. I have to do this. It's who I am.
Angela: So you're saying I'm not an artist. Not really.

Bones: You reconstruct the faces of murder victims as well as anyone in this country.
Angela: That's the most depressing thing that anybody has ever said to me.
Bones: I thought it was a compliment.

Brennan: Something is bugging me.
Booth: Yeah me too. There's a human skull in my living room.

It's a myth that transcends race. It is an abiding tenet of humanity.

There is no evidence that our consciousness survives our corporeal death in any way.

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