Brennan: In order to appease Huehueteotl, the fire god, the Aztecs would burn their captives alive. Moments before death, the human sacrifices were pulled from the fire to have their still-beating hearts ripped out of their chests.
Fisher: Those were the good old days.
Hodgins: Those were the bad days. What-what kind of freak feels nostalgic over human sacrifices?
Fisher: I'm gonna go ahead and plead the Fifth on that.