The second season of Bones follows Brennan?s discovery about her parents? real identities, her mother?s murder and her father?s disappearance.
Booth questions former UFC Light Heavyweight Champ Chuck Liddell, who could help in the murder investigation of a high school principal who had terminal cancer.
Booth presses Brennan to help him start planning their wedding.
Sweets fears he could be replaced by a new virtual profiling system.
Winning a Nobel Prize would be on Booth's agenda, but that's more of an eventuality.
Series creator/executive producer Hart Hanson talks about Parker's reaction to his new half-sibling. The cast names other shows they would like to star in. Cast member TJ Thyne (Dr. Jack Hodgins) talks about the "Bones" spin-off, "The Finder."
Series creator/executive producer Hart Hanson explores the possibility of ex-cast member Eric Millegan (Zach Addy) returning to "Bones" and explains the writing process.
Bones star TJ Thyne teases the upcoming Bones episode "The Sense In The Sacrifice".
Booth regrets not killing Pelant three months earlier.
Brennan suggests an activity that will put Booth and her to bed.
Series creators/executive producers Stephen Nathan and Hart Hanson discuss the significance of 447 and making a "meta episode" in the style of "Community."
Cast members Emily Deschanel (Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan) and Michaela Conlin (Angela Montenegro) talk about how their characters bond as new mothers. Series creator/executive producer Hart Hanson teases Angela's real name.
Camille advises Booth to warm his cold feet quickly, and Booth tells her to mind her own business.
Booth asks his bartender/former priest for advice.
Sweets points out that dead bodies always seem to save Booth from confronting his demons.