Oliver: It's the fact that you don't believe in luck that doesn't let you see the role that it played in this investigation.
Brennan: Nonsense. We've been working together a long time. And since you have a degree in complicated systems and imaginary numbers, you know that what appears to be synchronicity, luck, is nothing more than a sophisticated array of cause and effect.
Oliver: I, uh, I don't have a degree in complicated systems.
Brennan: Oh, well, we all have our areas of weakness. Good night, Dr. Wells.
Booth: All right, what about you? If you could travel through time, where would you go?
Brennan: I'm already there. Here.
Brennan: The difference between past and future is nowhere to be found in the laws of physics. Everything I want or need is here. Right now.
Angela: It's not crazy that I'm worried about, actually. It's arrogance. We're a team here, and you can be traded.
Oliver: Wherever I go I'm always the smartest person, and it always creates problems.
Angela: Well, maybe you should try being less of a douche.
Oliver: Just because something is theoretically impossible doesn't mean that it's not possible.
Brennan: I believe that is exactly what it means.
Oliver: Well, of course you do, because your mind stops working when it hears the word impossible, where mine just keeps going and exploring.
Brennan: If you believe that the two victims are the same person, you don't belong in this lab.
Oliver: Of course I don't believe that. That's absurd.
Cam: Excellent. Moving on.
Oliver: But I do embrace the impossible probability as a reality. I mean, what serious scientist wouldn't?
Sweets: (about Oliver) The guy literally fought off coyotes to get the skull back.
Sweets: That's awesome.
Booth: Coyotes, they just run away if you yell at them.
Sweets: I know, but still, to face a pack of wild animals alone--
Booth: I'm sure you'd just bore them to death with your shrinky talk.
Sweets: And I'm sure you could just break their hearts with your mean, mean words.
Hodgins: (about the victim's severed head) So... not a zombie?
Cam: Zombies have to be beheaded or they eat your brains.
Brennan: There are no such things as zombies or vampires or ghosts.
Oliver: The first law of thermodynamics states that energy is neither created nor destroyed. So when we die, all that energy has to go somewhere, right? I believe that if we die with an abundance of this power, it can become forever imprinted on the immediate environment.
Hodgins: And that imprint, that's our ghost?
Hodgins: (admiring) Can we keep him?
Brennan: I haven't decided yet.
Crew Clarifications: Jan DeWitt (Produced by), Kathy Reichs (Inspired by the Life of Forensic Anthropologist and Author), Rick Millikan (Casting by), Pamella Phillips (Make-Up Department Head), Bernie Gough (Hair Department Head), Katie Barnard (Insert Coordinator), Mike Grasso (Police Technical Advisor), Mark Marcum (Video Playback)
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: February 25th, 2013 on Global
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