It’s been 12 years, and Brennan and Booth have grown so
much. And we got to see their development, not only througout the entire
series, but specially on this last episode.
Bones introduced us to Temperance Brennan, a woman who had
been abandoned by her parents and that didn’t believed in love. A woman that
didn’t believe that it was possible to have a family and that had no connection
to her emotions.
Last night we said goodbye, to Temperance Brennan, a woman
who married the love of her life, her home, and had 2 children with him. A
woman who forgave her father, and a woman that lived out of love.
Bones introduced us to Seeley Booth, a men with a lion heart
that all he wanted was his own family. A men who fell in love with a woman that
didn’t know love or anything that came with it. A men that was mad at his
Last night we said goodbye, to Seeley Booth, a men who
married the woman of his dreams, and had 2 children with her. A men who forgave
his father, and a men who that fought for
everything he has now and now he gets to spend 30, 40 or 50 years with the love
of his life.
Words can’t describe how grateful I am for having had the
opportunity to meet this incredible people and to be able to grow with them. Thank
So today, I decided to rewatch Bones 6x23 (4 times to be exact) and I kept rewinding this scene (my favorite scene ever), where Brennan tells Booth she’s pregnant with his baby. Everytime I rewatched this scene I noticed something different, whether his looks, her looks, her smile of relief, his smile of happiness, etc… But one thing that I’ve noticed since the day 1 here, was that, their smiles weren’t only of relief or happiness.
I mean, look at Booth, he barely believed that that was real life… at the end of almost 7 years he would be able to have a family with the love of his life. He is standing right in front of the woman he would give is life for, and that woman is telling him, that she is carrying his child! She is carrying his child after making love with him for the first time in YEARS after they fell in love with each other. (I mean for Christ’ sake Booth has teary eyes).
And Brennan, look at her, she never ever had a family, she never hoped she had one, and in that second, there she is, telling the men that taught her what loving someone meant, the men that broke her walls and crossed her bridges, the men that she trusted her life to, that she is pregnant with his baby. That, yes he was right, there is more than one kind of family but her kind of family is now him.
For me those smiles were so much more, those smiles were from two people in love, who are now bond to one another, by a baby. Two people that believed they wouldn’t be together in a lifetime, now seeing the meaning of family when they look into each other’s eyes. Those smiles were from two people now becoming one.
And I completely love everything about it.
Thank you Bones for allowing me to have this moments were I can express my emotions, for me it means the world. You will be missed.
I’ve loved the entire episode of the season finale of Bones, but there was a scene that stuck with me. Brennan in the interrogation room.
We already know that Temperance Brennan is a family woman, a supporting wife and a protective mother (okay I can’t believe that I actually wrote this I’m hyperventilating our baby has babies with her baby jwdhsjk). But in that moment we were able to watch her taking the role of protecting mother and supportive wife to a whole new level.
I’ve rewatched that scene 5 times already, and you’ll notice that, when Brennan stated (yelled) that Kovac’ sister planned to kill her, she doesn’t move, but, in the next second, when she stated that she (Kovac’ sister) also planned to kill her children, Booth has to hold Brennan as she jumps a step forward, because otherwise she would punch Kovac’ sister.
After all of this, Brennan still defends her husband when the same woman, puts the blame of Max’s death on Booth’s hands.
Temperance Brennan, in one simple scene showed the world who she became. A mother who would die and murder for her children, a mother who obviously is not okay with the idea of something bad happening to her, but that doesn’t scare her (not even near) as much as the idea of loosing her children. A wife, that even on the worst times (like “being in front of the killer that’s after your family” times) won’t stop defending her husband. No matter the circumstances, she always standes beside Booth, her husband.
For 10 nights in a row in 1970, David Booth had the same nightmare. While deep in sleep, he witnessed a jetliner veering off a runway, flipping completely over, and then bursting into flames. Booth felt compelled to inform the FAA about his dreams. Officials actually listened to what he had to say and concluded that he was dreaming of a Boeing 727 or perhaps a DC-10 plane.On the day that David Booth had his last nightmare, American Airlines DC-10 Flight 191 crashed just a few moments after takeoff. One of the plane’s engines broke loose, causing an imbalance. The plane flipped on the runway and burst into flames. All 273 passengers aboard died.