Angela Montenegro Quotes
Hodgins: Make it go to a hundred charities, okay? Let them find a cure for the cancer that Wendell has.
Angela: One condition. We don't leave the Jeffersonian. You keep doing what you do.
Angela: Hey, you have a minute?
Brennan: I believe I have multiple minutes, actually.
Hodgins: But if he's feeling all alone, if he feels it's hopeless…
Angela: Then he should fight. Isn't that what you'd do?
Hodgins: To the death.
Hodgins: Do you think it's this? What we do? Is it eating away at all of us?
Angela: Yeah. Yeah, maybe it is.
I just started imagining what our lives would be like without all this death, and shadow governments, and serial killers. What a life would be like without my best friend's house getting shot up. Where you could maybe teach and the Sorbonne, and I could paint stuff. Doesn't that sound nice?
Well look at this. The woman who is definitely not six months pregnant needs to sit.
The impossible becomes reality all the time. Ideas, and memories, and love. You can't hold those things in your hands, but it doesn't mean that they don't exist. So, why not spirits? And why not Sweets? You don't have to believe. I get it. But you don't have to dismiss the possibility, either. No decent scientist would do that.
Booth is a dreamboat I'd like to take a sail on. How about you?
Angela: Oh my God. Daisy, you're water just broke.
Daisy: I'm sorry. I'll clean it up.
Angela: Sweetie, I'm sure he's sweating bullets.
Brennan: That's impossible to do.
Angela: These record everything at the crime scene, so you can revisit the footage whenever you want.
Brennan: A useful device for people with no memory or powers of observation.
Brennan: It's nice spending time together, just us. Like we used to.
Angela: Yep. Except now we're talking about daycare rather than sex.
Brennan: I had extremely satisfying sex last night, actually. It began in the tub.