Dr. Jack Hodgins
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Special Agent Seeley Booth
Dr. Lance Sweets
Dr. Temperance Brennan
Dr. Clark Edison
Goof: Bones notes that the extra bone found with Wexler's bones is over 2,000 years old and "firmly in the Bronze Age." However, the Bronze Age in Britain ended in approximately 700 BC, which puts the bone in the Iron Age, which was the next era in Britan, lasting from about 700 BC until about 43 AD.
Clark: Remodeling and analysis of the marrow indicates the subject lived in or around the coast of North Carolina.
Angela: We should look at Jamaica.
Clark: No evidence suggests the Caribbean.
Hodgins: For our wedding.
Clark: Right. What was I thinking? Oh I was focusing on my work.
Booth: I wonder if I can get Congress to pass something like, uh, knighthood? Sir Seeley Booth. Just sounds right.
Booth: You know, I'm glad to be heading home, but I think America dropped too much of the uh, English stuff back in 1776.
Brennan: Like what?
Booth: Well, you know, like, uh, royalty.
Brennan: Meaningless title, no real power.
Booth: What, you never wanted to be a princess when you were a kid? (Brennan shakes her head) Even now? A castle, and moats, knights in shining armor. (Brennan shakes her head again)
Cam: (after having sex with Birimbau) I'm sorry they canceled your flight.
Birimbau: I'm not.
Cam: Neither am I. I was just trying to be polite.
Birimbau: You know, it's getting late. Let me order you some breakfast before you go to work.
Cam: Earth-shattering sex and breakfast? I can die a happy woman.
Booth: (about Ian) There's no rule saying you can't call him. Although I got to tell you, a guy who doesn't want to talk to you just because you decide not to have sex with him, he can't be that great.
Brennan: What, in bed?
Booth: No, great guy.
Brennan: Oh, because I think Ian would be great in bed.
Booth: Oh God we're gonna need another
cab just for all your stuff.
Brennan: I was given lots of presents ... by the students at Oxford.
Booth: No, no, no, no, no, no. Don't touch that one.
Brennan: Why? What is it?
Booth: Why? Because your students gave you your gifts, the cops at Scotland Yard gave me a little somethin' somethin' for their appreciation. (shows her the gift) Huh?
Brennan: What is that?
Booth: It's a Bobblehead bobby.
Brennan: That's all you got?
Brennan: We should go before someone else gets killed.
Booth: Yeah, you're right. Here we go. My arm.
Brennan: Thank you. Thank you, Sir Seeley.
Booth: Pleasure, Lady Temperance.
Brennan: (laughs) You sound Australian.
Booth: That didn't sound Australian ...
Sweets: (after giving Cam advice) Can I touch the brain just once, as a reward?
Cam: Just once.
Sweets: (smiles) Squishy.
Cam: Well, some part of this little devil (referring to a brain she's examining) made me sleep with Angela's ex.
Sweets: You slept with Angela's ex?!
Cam: Shhh! A little discretion, please?
Sweets: I might say the same to you.
Hodgins: Did Angela's ex get off okay?
Cam: (misunderstanding) Whoa! Sorry?
Hodgins: You took him to the airport?
Cam: Oh! Off! Of ... of course. Yes, he's off ... and gone ... all gone.
(Angela calls Brennan but her call goes to voicemail.)
Brennan: Technically, you have not reached Temperance Brennan. But if you leave a message, it will reach her. Me. Temperance Brennan.
International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: September 25th, 2008 on Sky1
New Zealand: October 26th, 2008 on TV3
Australia: November 13th, 2008 on Channel 7
Denmark: December 9th, 2008 on TV3
Norway: February 12th, 2009 on TV3
Spain: February 13th, 2009 on Fox
Finland: March 27th, 2009 on Sub
Portugal: April 9th, 2009 on Fox
Germany: April 23rd, 2009 on RTL
Slovakia: September 9th, 2009 on JOJ
Czech Republic: August 25th, 2010 on Prima
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"Ghost of a Chance" by Ron Sexsmith
This episode is included as an extra on the "Bones" Season 3 DVD release.
Being the second part of a two-part episode, this episode had a special air time of 9:00 PM.
The names of Lake, Palmer, and Emerson were most likely chosen as a reference to an extremely popular British Progressive Rock band in the 1970's called "Emerson, Lake & Palmer". Keith Emerson played keyboards, Greg Lake was on guitar, bass, and vocals, and Carl Palmer was on drums and general percussion.
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