Brennan and Booth stumble upon a subterranean world of homeless people when they find the remains of a filmmaker in the ventilation shaft of an underground tunnel.
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Special Agent Seeley Booth
Dr. Temperance Brennan
Dr. Jack Hodgins
Dr. Daniel Goodman
During the second interrogation of Harold, Booth is holding two dice in his right hand.
When Booth was watching the video that the victim made, he was wearing Converse shoes.
Booth: Ten-four, Tac Team Three.
Brennan: Okay, I bet tick-tock team is here, two levels above us.
Booth: Don't call them tick-tock team, okay? They're Tac Team. It's short for tactical.
Goodman: This fellow knew where something of value was being stored.
Hodgins: Came down with an accomplice.
Hodgins: I apologize. I have been hanging about Booth way to much.
Bones: It's a valid hypothesis. No doubt one of many.
Zack: They argued. One killed the other for the treasure. Doesn't that mean the vault will be empty when we find it? Oh, my God. They got me too.
Helen: Harold is afraid of the world, why do you think he lives underground?
Booth: (looks at her surprised) What?
Brennan: You catch murderers to pay off your penance, Harold lives underground.
Brennan: Maybe you could try the "Hey, we're brothers in arms" thing on him.
Booth: Ok, that, what you just said right there Bones, that was cynical. It was glib and cynical.
Brennan: (earnestly) Really?
Booth: Yes. Really. I know what that guy has been through.
Brennan: You killed a pregnant woman who was holding a child?
(Booth looks uncomfortable and doesn't answer for a while)
Booth: Look, if you really wanna know what I've done I'll tell you, but you better be ready for the truth. (Brennan looks at him and then looks away without answering) Good choice, Bones.
Booth: You ever see Treasure of the Sierra Madre? It doesn't matter whether the treasure is mythical or not. People will still kill if they think it exists.
Brennan: It did exist.
Brennan: In the movie it's gold dust. People didn't think it exists so it blew away. But it did exist.
Booth: But no one got it is the point. All of a sudden you know a movie.
Brennan: Everybody knows that movie.
Angela: Brennan, I understand that this is what you do when things get too close to home, you get all analytical and academic.
Booth: Kyle hit the Duke, in the crypt, with the candle stick.
(Booth and Dr. Goodman burst into laughter)
Dr. Goodman: That's very good! Very good!
Brennan: What? What's the joke?
Brennan: What clue?... what clue!?
Booth: Unbelievable Bones!
(Angela walks in)
Angela: What's funny?
Brennan: I have no idea.
(Booth picks up a piece from the remains Hodgins is examining)
Booth: What's this? A lucky quarter?
Hodgins: This could be the missing piece from Marny Hunter's skull.
Brennan: Can I just have a gun? At least until the reinforcements get here.
(Booth hands her his ankle gun)
Booth: Here, it's not for shooting rats, it's for shooting psychos with climbing axes.
(Booth and Brennan find a corpse being eaten up by rats)
Brennan: May I borrow your gun?
Booth: Why do you want my gun?
Brennan: I'm not going to shoot anyone, I promise.
Booth: Not a hammer or anything?
Brennan: We've been working together for months Booth, a little trust would be nice.
Booth: (handing his gun to Brennan) Careful.
Brennan: Yeah (Brennan shoots some of the rats) Now they'll eat each other and leave our remains alone.
Booth: (slightly annoyed) You know, you do know I have to file a report with the review board each time I discharge a round from my weapon?!
Brennan: (being lowered down a long dark tunnel) I've done plenty of climbing, these lines have load tolerances that are more than adequate.
Zack: What about shock tolerance? The rope jerks, pounds feet of kinetic energy increases, and snap, we fall to our death.
(the ropes jerk and they scream)
Angela: (To Brennan) More and more of your work is outside of this lab running after bad guys. Just promise me you'll be careful.
Dr. Goodman: Inductive, reductive, or deductive?
Brennan: So what do we do? We just wait?
Booth: No we, uh, reconnoiter.
Harold: Her eyes are dead. She sees you and she doesn't at the same time.
Angela: Running after a murderer in the dark is not being an observer.
Hodgins: Why are missing pieces always the size of quarters? Why are tumors always the size of grapefruits?
Angela: I don't know how to talk to crazy people, unless I'm dating them.
Brennan: I'm not sure he's actually clinically insane.
Angela: Ok, I don't know how to talk to people who live underground and who might have tossed a documentary film maker down a hole.
(Booth and Brennan are in the process of apprehending two suspects)
Booth: Bones, give me your gun, get the restraints out of my belt and put them on Kyle. (Brennan tosses Booth's ankle gun into his front pocket) That's not cocked is it? Because where that's pointed
Brennan: You're safe.
Booth: Harold said he was afraid of a blonde.
Social Worker: How do you know it wasn't Charlize Theron?
Brennan: Who's that?
Booth: An actress, she's being sarcastic. (to the Social Worker) Thank you for your help. (back to Brennan) You know, you amaze me, you know Treasure of the Sierra Madre, but you don't know Charlize Theron. You know who you are? You're my grandmother.
"Pride" by Syntax (at the end of the episode)
David Denman, who plays the victim's fiance Phil Garfield, previously worked with David Boreanaz on several episodes of Angel as the demon named Skip.
International Air Dates:
Denmark: May 23rd, 2006 on TV3
Norway: Thursday September 28th, 2006 on TV3
Booth: Kyle hit the Duke with the candlestick in the crypt. (Booth & Goodman laugh)
Brennan: What? What's the joke?
Brennan: What Clue?
Booth is referring to a popular board game (called "Clue" in the US and "Cluedo" in the UK) where the players have to work out who killed Mr. Boddy (or Mr. Black depending on the version) with what weapon and in what room of his mansion, using a limited set of who, what and, where cards.
Booth: You know Treasure of the Sierra Madre but you don't know Charlize Theron.
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre is the name of a 1948 movie starring Humphrey Bogart.
The documentary about underground tunnels and the society found within bears a strong resemblance to Dark Days, a documentary by Marc Singer.
A Civil War repeating pistol designed by Jean Alexander Francois LeMat, a French gun designer who was also the son-in-law of a Confederate major. To increase the revolver's military utility, LeMat built a 9 shot, .44 caliber cylinder, giving it three extra shots and more punch than the .36 caliber Colt. The LeMat revolver is most often remembered, however, for the 10th shot. LeMat put a second barrel under the normal .44 caliber barrel, around which the cylinder revolved. This second barrel was a single shot, .65 caliber 18 gauge shotgun - short, with very little range, but a nasty weapon up close, effectively a sawed off shotgun hidden in the middle of the pistol.
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Tenth Special Forces Group
The 10th Special Forces Group was activated June 1952. It is assigned to the U.S. Army's Special Operations Command located at Fort Bragg, N.C. The group trains for and conducts combat, unconventional warfare, special reconnaissance, and foreign internal defense missions.
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