Aside from the pathetic aspect of me as a single person watching a TV episode about Valentine's Day on DVR a day later, I enjoyed this one. Best part was the closing scene with Booth, Bones, and her gift to him (already loaded? really?). But waiting for three weeks for the newest one? Boooooo!!!!
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I found myself predicting most of the details before they happened (but like Hodges, had NO idea what the dad's name for the child would be )... the witness protection victim, where the rogue sniper would meet Booth, the result of the female former-soldier, Booth's rifle decision on the roof. Still, it was a good paced show, with just enough humor; like the show often is.
Next week's looks interesting.
Just last week we got a counterfeit $50 that was like that counterfeit $100 - it had a faint image of Lincoln off to the right instead of Grant. It's the right kind of paper, so the marker didn't reveal it to be a fake.
I liked it although it was predictable and dawn out to make it a multi episode arc. So they knew the sniper guy would be on the roof, then why not go up there and arrest him? You still could have had a spotter in the other building watching him etc.
But they went to the wrong spot to begin with. If they had a spotter go to that same wrong spot, while they were in the wrong spot in the other building, then they really wouldn't have gained anything. I think Booth wanted to take care of this himself anyway.
This one was surprisingly more emotional (Hodgins' test results, Booth's neighbor's dead husband's clothes on Sweets, Booth's/Bones' elevator discussions) than funny (trash diving for stadium seats, Tarzan Hodgins after the power surge). Seeing Bones giddy about corpses in "next week's" episode teaser looks fun.