Dr. Saroyan: (freaking-out on seeing a python emerge from the intestines of a dead woman during an examination) Somebody kill that thing!
Dr. Brennan: (wide-eyed,on her cellphone to Hodgins) You can come back to the lab. We discovered the warm place where the python was hiding. (Finn pulls the python from the corpse, and holds it up to his face.)
Finn Abernathy: (to Cam) Oh, I got to say, Ma'am, this is the best damn job, ever.
Booth: Why didn't you tell me that you had a doctor's appointment?
Brennan: Ultrasounds are poorly pixelated and in black and white. You only like movies that are in color.
Booth: I would have loved this movie. It would have been my favorite movie of all time.
Brennan: Sorry, I had no idea that our child's genitals were so important to you.
Brennan: Also, I owe you an apology.
Booth: An apology? Wait a second. Is this you apologizing to me or me apologizing to you for something that I don't understand?
Sweets: You want me to see if I can give a profile based on her personal effects?
Booth: That's right. I want you to use your Jedi mind powers.
Sweets: I like it when you call me a Jedi.
Booth: Well, most kids do.
Hodgins: Dr. Brennan, you sure you don't want a chair? The way you're squatting, I'm worried that little guy in there is gonna just drop right out.
Brennan: Thank you but my uterus and cervical plug are quite healthy.
"Hellfire" by Airbourne
"Ready To Roll" by Philadelphia Grand Jury
"CMP 963" by Effective Defence
"Anchor" by Mindy Gledhill
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: November 10th, 2011 on Global
United Kingdom: November 23rd, 2011 on Sky LIVING/Sky LIVING HD
Czech Republic: October 16th, 2012 on Prima family
Slovakia: October 31st, 2012 on JOJ
Germany: January 22nd, 2013 on RTL
Hodgins: What are you doing in my lab, Opie
Finn: My name ain't Opie, Thurston.
Hodgins refers to Finn as "Opie" after Opie Taylor, a small-town boy played by Ron Howard on the 1960-1968 television series The Andy Griffith Show. Finn calls Hodgins "Thurston" after Jim Backus's character, millionaire Thurston Howell, III, from Gilligan's Island (1964-1967).