OK, did anyone else notice the product placement?
I mean, in the words of Cam, there's a time and a place to do it, and there is also a less obvious way.
Just zooming in on the logo would have been fine. But no, we literally see Brennan explaining one of th e Toyota's many amazing features. It might have well been a commercial.
Back to the story, honesty isn't always the best policy. It gets people in trouble and can seriously damage feelings. The Cam-Wendel interactions for example were weird. I would have FIRED Wendel for being so persistantly annoying. And fr the perfume thing. But that's just me.
The Angela-Hodgins interactions were good though. I was wondering when the blind thing was going to pop up. I think they'll handle it well. And again, 25% isn't that much.
The best part by FAR was the end scene with Booth and Brennan. Sometimes honesty isn't the best policy, but sometimes it is.
"Here's to what's left unspoken"
Just tell her you love her.