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Will they or won't they? That's the question on everyone's mind given the title of the sixth season finale of Bones.
"The Hole in the Heart" is the penultimate episode of Bones' sixth season, and the third installment of the sniper story arc.
When a 15-year-old Jane Doe is found on the streets, it is up to Brennan to figure out her history and if she is responsible for a recent murder.
Booth and Brennan find themselves investigating the death of an ad agency exec with a penchant for telling the truth in "The Pinocchio in the Planter."
This episode of Bones serves as the backdoor pilot for "The Finder." The spinoff stars an old acquaintance of Booth's with a special talent for recovery of even the most unlikely artifacts.
Brennan and Booth investigate the death of a man thought to be killed by a mythical Chupacabra in this episode of Bones.
Bones returns for the remainder of its spring 2011 campaign, where Booth and Brennan find themselves at a Body Farm investigating the death of a PHD Candidate.
Bones. Booth. Trapped in an elevator. During a blizzard. That's a tough place to solve a case, but a great setup for funny banter.
Bones returns after a three-week hiatus with the second of three installments in the sniper story arc. Arnold Vosloo guest stars as Broadsky.
A wedding planner whose tanning bed contains her liquefied remains confounds the team as everyone grapples with Valentine's Day in their own way.
Booth, Brennan and the rest of the Jeffersonian team investigate the death of a BMX biker.
Brennan and Booth interrogate the three wives of a victim found in a cornfield. Yes. One victim, three wives.
The search for the sniper is on. Bones is really turning up the heat as the sixth season progresses ... but a character's fate may hang in the balance.
Bones returns for the second half of season six. When it does, there's a sniper on the loose that terrorizes D.C. - and haunts Booth.
Booth and Brennan investigate the mysterious death of a surgeon in a case that tests Brennan's objectivity as she eerily identifies with the brilliant doctor and her life.
As the title indicates, Brennan and Booth investigate a case where a human carcass has melted into the dashboard of a charred truck.
The discovery of a body inside a giant candy bar (get it, The Babe in the Bar) leads to an investigation of a chocolate magnate played by Wayne Knight (Newman from Seinfeld). Only on Bones.
The past and present collide as remains from a 150-year-old slave ship, the Amelia Rose, surface. Booth and Brennan are led to another kind of ship - a cougar cruise.
Brennan and Booth investigate a street performer (guest star Stephen "tWitch" Boss) who is a suspect in the murder of a ballet dancer.
Booth, Bones and the team hunt down a bounty hunter in the fourth episode of the sixth season of Bones. What they find comes as a major surprise.
"The Maggots in the Meathead" is Bones' answer to Jersey Shore. Or Bones' spoof of Jersey Shore. Call it what you want, it's gonna be good.
A couple's remains that are discovered in a National Park cave create a double mystery: who are they and why were they killed? Elsewhere, Booth's girlfriend drops by.
The sixth season gets underway ... and there's a surprise in store for Brennan in the form of Booth's new girlfriend.