Sully: I know what you're going through.
Brennan: OK, what? What, Sully, what? What am I going through?
Sully: OK. You feel responsible. You feel that somehow, if you didn't write that book, those two people would still be alive. And you're terrified 'cause you know that someone else dies in the book.
Brennan: I don't put much credence in psychology.
Sully: Yeah? Well, neither do I. I'm basing this on knowing you. Well. Knowing how much you care about your work. And if trivializing it in a book caused this then… it just– but it doesn't work like that, Tempe.
Brennan: Statistically, the murders would have happened whether the book was written or not. The method might be different is all.
Sully: Right, now if you only believed that.
Brennan: You don't know me as well as you think. We're just having a fling, so don't get carried away.
Sully: When you can't stop thinking about someone when they're not around, that's not a fling. When you remember their touch like they were still right next to you, that's not a fling. If you need to be alone with this, fine. But we both know what we have.
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