Wow. Tension throughout as the Gravedigger comes to trial. Hodgins and Brennan have nightmares after their experiences but Booth doesn't seem so traumatised. Taffet shoots down the evidence and gives them another lead to work on. When the body of the Gravediggers's first victim is found the team cannot work on it and appear as expert witnesses whilst they are also victims. So the team are obliged to change the charges against her.
Taffet really is creepy and, as a former FBI prosecutor, more than capable of representing herself in court.
Booth is, as always, optimistic that Caroline will clinch the case but it's still a nerve wracking wait till the jury comes in.
The final scene between Booth and Brennan suggests that maybe they will be parting. She is tired of murders and as she is driven away in a cab, she looks back at him standing there looking sad and worried. This is like the last scene of 'Parts in the Sum of the Whole'