Temperance: Booth, are you a nerd?
Booth: First of all, you mean 'geek', and no, I'm not, okay? It's quite normal for an American male to read comics.
(To the Doomsday group.)
Booth: Guys, this is actually a real live woman. Something you don't see everyday.
(Inside the bowling alley.)
Booth: Ya smell that?
Temperance: Yes, I do.
Booth: Ya know what that is, Bones?
Temperance: Wax, popcorn, feet, deodorant,...
Booth: That is America, Bones.
Booth: Ya know. Could you please, maybe just for once, try not to piss everyone off around you?
Temperance: Wait. No, wait. We are allowing the comic book story to generate too many hypotheses.
Hodgins: I only heard the 'go get the bad guy' hypothesis.
Stew Ellis: Dude, Abby's cute in a chick geek kinda way, but she's definitely not that kind of betty you go to the death chamber for.
Temperance: He wanted to make a difference in the world before he died.... I told you he was more like you than me.
Booth: ...more like Columbine nerds.
This is a reference to the the April 20th, 1999 Columbine High School massacre where two students went on a shooting spree killing twelve students and a teacher. They also wounded twenty-four others before committing suicide.
He gave me his entire Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman is a writer, novelist and poet. His works include the comic 'The Sandman,' a biography of the band, Duran Duran
, and many graphic novels.