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This was one of TJ Thyne’s best episodes to date, plus it explored Hodgins’ family showed the consequences of Hodgins losing his money because of Pelant.
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“The Secrets in the Proposal” Despite the painful place Booth and Brennan were in in their relationship, due to Pelant’s threat at the end of last season, and despite a case that didn’t hold my attention because of everything else going on, this was a good start for the season.
It introduced two new characters I immediately wanted to see more of – Aldo (Mather Zickel) and Danny (Freddie Prinze Jr.) – and Pelant’s presence was still very much around in a powerful, albeit invisible, way.
Hodgins was broke, but he refused to let Jeffrey be moved out of his home to a state facility and instead of accepting money from Booth and Brennan, he took out a loan.
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“The Sense in the Sacrifice” Considering the damage Pelant had done in his reign of terror – and he made it very personal – it had to be something big that ended it, and it was.
This episode showed what the team can accomplish working together (they really are that group of people who can kill you and leave no evidence behind), kept you on the edge of you seat, answered that pesky question about Flynn, teased the introduction of a new serial killer, and ended the only way it could: with a proposal.
Pelant's eleventh hour escape from federal prison, via a left field diplomatic intervention from Egypt, sets the series' latest villain up for another season's worth of antagonizing the squints.
Hanson and Nathan have not been shy about their desire to keep him around.