Trivia: Brennan and Booth's daughter is named Christine Angela Booth. Christine, after Brennan's mom, and Angela, after Angela Montenegro, Brennan's best friend.
Daisy: I'm becoming a certified doula.
Brennan: You aren't getting anywhere near my cervix, Ms. Wick.
Daisy: Just saying. Should you find yourself in need – I could stop at the perineum.
Cam: You have anything?
Brennan: There's a fragment of the right ninth rib with striations that are consistent with a stab wound. But there's so little evidence, it would be irresponsible for me to form a conclusion at this point.
Angela: Come on. Just this once.
Cam: You can do it. Just say, "It's a stabbing."
Brennan: I can't.
Angela: We'll think you're cool if you do.
Brennan: Well, I want to be cool … but I can't.
Angela: It's okay, honey. We still love you just the same.
Daisy: Do you think I overstepped my bounds by becoming a doula?
Daisy: No, really.
Hodgins: Yes, really.
Daisy: But it was so nice of me.
Hodgins: It's more creepy than nice.
Daisy: You're joking.
Hodgins: Wish I was.
Booth: You have to learn how to compromise.
Brennan: I can compromise. I'm willing to let you have our daughter baptized.
Brennan: Mm-hmm. Children need mythology. It helps them make sense of the world.
Booth: My religion is not a myth.
Brennan: I'm an author, Booth. I understand how narrative works, and so does your Bible. A pregnant woman is about to give birth. She finds an inn, but they won't let her stay there, so she is forced to give birth in a barn. Whoever wrote that, really knew how to manipulate an audience.
Booth: Well, it happened.
Brennan: Fine. You can baptize our daughter and I will make sure that she is born at home, perfect compromise.
Booth: Sweets, just get on with this, OK, so I don't have to look at that thing.
Sweets: What do you have against a cappuccino machine?
Booth: This is a diner. I come here because there is no cappuccino machine. Understand? Some things, they need to be sacred, right? Preserved, all right? In this country there is a line between coffee and foamy crap. And when that line gets blurred people may just become animals.
Sweets: You OK?
Booth: No, no I'm not OK! I'm not dunking my donut into some cappuccino. That's not why I joined the Army. I didn't join the Army for that, you know?
Sweets: Take two regular coffees please. Thanks
Booth: Two black.
"Rolling Down" by Freedom Fry
"How Bad We Need Each Other" by Marc Scibilia
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: April 2nd, 2012 on Global
United Kingdom: April 25th, 2012 on Sky LIVING/Sky LIVING HD
Czech Republic: Novemer 20th, 2012 on Prima family
Slovakia: November 21st, 2012 on JOJ
Germany: February 26, 2013 on RTL
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