Booth: You know, in therapy I learned that uh, superlatives like perfect are uh, meaningless.
Bones: Not in science, a perfect number is a number whose divisors add up to itself, as in one plus two plus three equals six.
Booth: Well, in therapy I learned that definitive statements are by their very nature, wrong.
Bones: Isn't the statement "definitive statements are by their very nature wrong", definitive, and thus wrong?
Booth: (Aghast) You hate psychology!
Bones: You haven't said anything to change my mind.
Booth: (Frustrated) You know this is why, okay, sometimes I do things like shoot up an ice cream truck.
Bones: (Sarcastically) Well, it's a good thing you have therapy.
Booth: (Tense Pause) You know, we talked about you in therapy.
Bones: (Suddenly interested) You did?
Booth: (Still very tense) Um-hmm.
Bones: What did you say?
Booth: Well, you know, since it was uh, my therapy, I don't have to share the details. (Smugly) Sorry!
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