Temperance Brennan Quotes
Brennan: Booth fell in love in Afghanistan.
Angela: Oh. Oh, sweetie, I'm so sorry.
Brennan: Why? Are you in love with Booth?
I'm finding it interesting that I'm only scared of snakes when Booth is around to jump on.
Brennan: (about Hannah) Is it serious between you?
Booth: Serious as a heart attack.
Brennan: Heart attacks are very serious.
Booth: Yes, they are. Very serious.
Brennan: What happened? You're no longer in the Jeffersonian, all my internsgone.
Cam: What happened is you put your own desires ahead of everything else when you left.
Brennan: Are you angry with me?
Cam: Yes, I am angry, Dr. Brennan. We had a great thing going. You just you let it fall apart.
Brennan: One thing, Hannah. I want you to be sure about this.
Hannah: The phone?
Brennan: No, although I understand the misunderstanding. No, about you and Booth moving in together. Booth will give himself to you completely and it would be very painful for him if you aren't as serious about the relationship as he is.
Hannah: I am. But thanks, though. You're a good friend, Temperance. Seeley is very lucky.
We see big stars, tiny atoms too, because that is what scientists do. We get the facts and say what's true, because that is what scientists do. In darkest day in blackest night, no science shall escape my sight!
You're implying that you showed your appreciation sexually.
Brennan: So I'm the only one living the life I expected.
Angela: Well how's that, honey?
Brennan: It's um, it's as I expected.
Booth, in a week you're going to a war zone. Please, don't be a hero. Please, just don't be you.
Cam: Are you really leaving the Jeffersonian?
Brennan: Yes, for a year. I can provide you with a list of forensic anthropologists who can do this job.
Cam: No, Dr. Brennan, you can provide me with a list of forensic anthropologists.
Brennan: I don't know what that means.
Cam: You've been here all night?
Brennan: Is it morning?
Brennan: I've been here all night.
The term garbage is relative. The only intrinsic value things have is what we give them. It seems odd now, but in Holland tulip bulbs were once as valuable as houses. Maybe we all overvalue things that are essentially worthless.