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Bones: The Wannabe in the Weeds
Brennan and Booth investigate the murder of singer Tommy Sour, including his many fans and enemies within the music scene. But their search leads to a woman obsessed with the singing star, who now has redirected her admiration towards Booth, now that Tommy is dead. The Jeffersonian team may be changed forever when a shocking event is revealed during the investigation.
Bones: Hey! Break down the door!
Booth: It hurts my shoulder when I break down the door!
Sweets: Mocking will not change my opinion. I have been mocked many, many times before.
(Booth and Bones give each other a look)
Sweets: That came out wrong.
Bones: So he was killed, decapitated, and mulched. Wow, can't be worse for this guy.
Bones: How does a former sniper have a grass allergy? Wouldn't a sneeze give away your position?
Booth: Bones, okay, I worked in the desert. Sand, no grass.
(while an amateur is singing)
Brennan: This guy is good.
Booth: Thank you Paula. Just focus here.
Sweets: She has body issues, which are not congruent with her actual appearance. She's someone who's slightly large, who believes she's a very large woman who can convince people she's only slightly large. And the way they treat her convinces her that she's right.
Brennan: That's interesting.
Sweets: See, you're only pretending it's interesting. It means very little to you.
Brennan: That's true.
In the final scene, Brennan's hair is curled; however, throughout the entire episode she has straight hair.
After the shooting, Booth is holding on to Brennan's left hand. When Brennan moves to put her arm around him, his hand is gone, but is back in the next shot.
When Booth drops his gun after the shooting, it falls far from Brennan, yet in the next shot Brennan is able to reach it.
Everybody thinks they're the next Kelly Clarkson.
Kelly Clarkson is the first winner of FOX's American Idol
Thank you Paula.
Booth is referencing Paula Abdul, one of the judges for American Idol
American Idol. "Because of You"?
Booth references FOX's reality show American Idol
and the Kelly Clarkson, who was the first winner, hit song "Because of You."