Seeley Booth Quotes
Hodgins: Is she looking at me like an angry schoolteacher?
Booth: Yeah. Yeah, she does that a lot.
Bones: My IQ is quantifiably higher than yours.
Booth: You know what, you're the brains of the outfit.
Bones: You have your strengths, Booth.
Booth: Well, I try
Bones: Trying is one of your strengths.
Bones: Booth, do you ever let me think I'm the smart one when you've figured it out already?
Bones: Because that would be ridiculous.
Booth: You're not always the smartest, Bones.
Bones: But I am.
You know what Bones, it's okay to be a little crazy, alright?
Cam: Thank God you weren't 5 minutes later.
Booth: It's a miracle, right? Bones, she doesn't believe in God. You know? It's the only explanation, right?
Cam: Well, for some reason you got it into your head to see the woman you love.
Angela: Hey, you think maybe we can kiss like one more time?
Booth: You've had your fun.
Booth: Really bad with the whole undercover thing. You really are.
Booth: You want us to sprinkle your ashes over a volcano?
Bones: Yes. That way at least if I'm dead you can have a nice trip together and foolishly risk your lives.
Booth: Which will bring us closer together!
Hey there, Christine. It's me, your father. Dad, Dada, Daddy. If you're watching this right now, I'm dead. Um, if I was a good father to you, you're sad right now. If we had some sort of, like, falling out, let's just forget about it and move on. It's not worth it. You know, personally, I'm doing everything I can to get into Heaven right now, but your mother believes, well, she thinks that, I tell you what. Why don't you ask her. It's complicated. These are the last words that I'm going to-to speak in this world. I like God. I really like God, and I think that he likes me. you know I, um, I love Canadian beer, and hockey. They kinda go hand in hand. I really love loud music and really sad music. I love this country. And I'm proud to have served in the military. I'm the luckiest man in the world because I got to spend time with your mother. And with you.And that's true, you know? It's true, whether I died today or 50 years from now. It's true. Okay? I love you. And I want you to love life. Dive into life. Be courageous. Question things and be happy. And don't forget to laugh. Oh, and one last favor. Help your mom to be happy, because if she's alone, then she's gonna forget. That's it. That's...from me, to you.
[to Bones] Vultures and hammers? That's your last message to the world? To me? To Christine? Vultures and hammers? I'm gonna go get the car.
Bones: My last will and testament is 312 pages long.
Booth: Mine's written on a sticky note. 'Everything goes to Bones.' But don't worry, don't worry. I used your real name to keep it legal.