T.J. Thyne


no offense, and i’m not just saying this because you filleted me with a knife… we are out of air, we don’t know if our message got out, much less if anyone understood it, and we are buried underground. what you have is faith, baby. sorry. the “baby” thing is a reflex.

can we just talk about how incredible hodgins was in this episode please? he found the gas used to drug him and Angela by doing an incredibly painful procedure on himself, that led them to Pelant’s location. he refused to give up or hand over the case, because his wife and son were at stake. and he let Pelant take every single cent of his money to save the girls at that school. after the initial shock he didn’t even think twice. 

this character is not only brilliant but also incredibly selfless, loving and brave. this episode showed once again that he will sacrifice everything not only for his own family, but for people he doesn’t even know. truly one of the great characters on television today. 

finally, hodgins wouldn’t be hodgins without the brilliance of T.J. Thyne. one of the most underrated actors of this generation. 

“You know when people are crabby or tired or grouchy or, you know, you can feel. We sort of don’t even need to talk to each other, we can sort of sense how everyone’s feeling at five in the morning, at noon, at three in the afternoon and you know we spend more time with each other then our families really so.” – Michaela Conlin.