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The eleventh season of the American television series Bones premiered on October 1, , on Fox and concluded on July 21, The show maintained its time slot, airing on Thursdays at pm ET. Contents. 1 Cast and characters. Main cast; Recurring cast cast in a multi-episode arc as a behavioral analyst who works with Booth. The fourth season of the American television series Bones premiered on September 3, , with a two-hour episode and Main cast; Recurring cast psychologist who studies the relationship between Dr. Brennan and Agent Booth. Bones and Booth investigate a missing woman found in a fridge while Bones reconnects with her former professor. Episode complete credited cast.
At the end of season 11, Zach escapes the facility after being suspected of being another serial killer called "The Puppeteer.
A major storyline in season 12 is exonerating Zach. In the penultimate episode "A Day in the Life," Zach is exonerated of murder thanks to Hodgins with help from Brennan and Caroline Julian at his hearing. However, the judge rules that he must finish out the last thirteen months on his sentence for the separate crime of aiding a known killer and Zach remains institutionalized, albeit with a release date just over a year away.
An entomologist who is also an expert on spores and mineralsbut whose hobby is conspiracy theories. Hodgins regularly identifies as the lab's "bug and slime guy". During an investigation, he primarily deals with particulates and trace evidence and, at the crime scene, will provide Booth with approximate time of death. He is best friends with former co-worker Zack Addy and often tries to "educate" him on social norms.
They often compete for the title of "King of the Lab", referring to whoever has more useful information in the investigations. His family is extremely wealthy and is a major sponsor of the Jeffersonian however, Hodgins tries to keep this concealed from his colleagues.
It eventually comes out during an investigation, but no one allows his family's wealth to significantly affect their relationship with him. He later loses all his wealth due to the scheming of serial killer Christopher Pelant, but he eventually regains a considerable portion of it.
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He sells a hot sauce he develops in collaboration with intern Finn Abernathy; later he develops a non-breakable beaker, and a polymer floor mat. He marries Angela Montenegro in season five.
She gives birth to their son, Michael Vincent, in season six. In season 11, Hodgins is wounded in a bomb attack and left paralyzed from the waist down. At the conclusion of the series, Hodgins is promoted to temporary head of the Jeffersonian while Cam and Arastoo are on leave after their wedding. Jonathan Adams as Dr. Daniel Goodman season 1: An archaeologist turned administrator, who is the director of the Jeffersonian Institute.
He is a loving husband and father to a pair of five-year-old twin girls. His way of working leads Hodgins to think of him as subjectivelong-winded, and lacking the qualities of a pure scientist, although the antagonism between the two develops into a friendly rivalry as the season progresses. He has not made any appearances beyond season one. As of episode 23, "The Titan on the Tracks", he is said to be on sabbaticaland is never seen for the rest of the series.
Tamara Taylor as Dr. Camille Saroyan seasons 2— Goodman as the head of the Forensic Division at Jeffersonian Institute and is a pathologist. She was a coroner in New York City. Saroyan had a romantic relationship with Booth prior to her joining the Jeffersonian and a brief relationship during the show. At first, she and Dr. Brennan have an uneasy working relationship, but she grows to be an integral member of the Jeffersonian team.
Since season four, she has had a teenage adopted daughter, Michelle, because of her prior relationship with Michelle's murdered father.
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Later in the series, she becomes romantically involved with intern Arastoo Vaziri and they get married in series' penultimate episode "The Day in the Life", taking a sabbatical after the final case is concluded. John Francis Daley as Dr. Lance Sweets seasons 3— He is frequently consulted to provide a profile on the suspects and victims involved and to give a more "humanized" perspective on the case.
Due to his age, he is initially treated by Booth and the Jeffersonian team in a condescending manner, but eventually earns their respect, and their friendship. He is even accepted by Brennan, who notably dismisses psychology as a "soft science", and he is often sought out for advice by the team.
In the season ten premiere, it is revealed that he and Daisy are expecting a baby. Soon after, he is fatally assaulted while serving a warrant.
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He dies with Booth and Brennan by his side. Originally, Aubrey tries to win Booth's approval and trust, as Booth is reluctant due to Aubrey's inexperience, however he is eventually accepted by Booth and the rest of the team. Aubrey gets along with everyone and his love of food is often joked about. When he was a child, his father was an investment broker who cheated his clients and fled the country, abandoning Aubrey and his mother and leaving them with nothing.
In season 11, it is found out that Aubrey's father is back in the country. In season 12, Aubrey is finally approached by his father who asks him for money and even reveals he has another wife and young son back in the country he had fled to, so as to persuade Aubrey to give him financial aid.
However, Aubrey realises it is all a lie and eventually calls the Feds on his father. Though Aubrey originally takes the Los Angeles job, he instead decides to take a similar position in Washington, D.
Recurring cast[ edit ] Patricia Belcher as Caroline Julian seasons 1— Caroline is the acerbic, witty, and often meddlesome Assistant U.
She is a friend of Booth and is always willing, if not eager, to help him and his partner in their cases. Ryan O'Neal as Max Brennan seasons 2— Max Brennan, is the father of Russ and Temperance Brennan. He and his wife were nonviolent bank robbers who became involved with gangs in the s.
They changed identities to lead an honest life with their children. Booth arrests Max on murder charges in season two, and he is tried in season three. The jury finds him not guilty on all counts and he is released, finally able to reconnect openly with his children. During season 12, he passes away while protecting his grandchildren. Loren Dean as Russ Brennan seasons 1—3: Kyle Keenan, is the older brother of Temperance Brennan, a.
Joy Keenan, and the son of Max Keenan. Russ has a troubled past and has spent some time in prison.
He is involved with a woman named Amy Hollister and loves her two daughters, Emma and Hayley. After he and Temperance were abandoned by their parents, he also abandoned his sister, which led to long-held animosity from her. He first appears in the season one finale, where he patches things up with his sister and also re-unites with his father in season two.
His last appearance is in season three, although he is mentioned in later seasons. Eugene Byrd as Dr. Clark Edison seasons 3— He is the most serious and professional of the Jeffersonian interns, as well as the most organized. At the beginning of season eight, Cam hires Clark as a forensic anthropologist, to focus on archaeological work.
Brendan Fehr as Jared Booth seasons 4—5: Jared is Agent Seeley Booth's younger brother who is notoriously getting into trouble. However, in a continuing "Gravedigger" episode, Jared uses his military contacts to help save his brother's life. In seasons four and five, his appearances are troublesome to his older brother, especially when he announces his engagement to a former escort, whom he later divorces.
In season eleven, the trend continues, but this time with a much more dire outcome as Jared is the newest victim for the Jeffersonian and it takes detached forensic work on Brennan's part to discover that his remains are not those of Seeley Booth. Michael Grant Terry as Wendell Bray seasons 4— Brennan's top scholarship intern. He dates Angela briefly during season five. In season nine, he is diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma by Brennan after breaking his arm during a hockey game.
After seeking treatment, he appears to be in full remission and continues to work at the lab. In late season 12, after Wendell has trouble writing his thesis, Brennan helps him realize that his passion is not forensic anthropology after all. By the end of the series, Wendell intends to leave the Jeffersonian to find his true passion. Carla Gallo as Daisy Wick seasons 4— Over-eager and somewhat manipulative, she is often annoying to other workers at the Jeffersonian. She has an on-again, off-again relationship with Lance Sweets.
Sweets also happens to help Daisy and the others in the lab get along with each other. They later have a son named Seeley Lance Wick-Sweets, born some months after his father's death.
Joel David Moore as Colin Fisher seasons 4— Fisher suffers from depression and has a very dark sense of humor.
He sometimes spends time at mental health facilities for treatment and therefore is the intern least often shown working in the lab. Pej Vahdat as Arastoo Vaziri seasons 4— Arastoo starts out by having a fake Iranian accent, so he does not have to constantly explain his Islamic beliefs, but later drops it.
He starts dating Cam in season eight; they become engaged in Season 11 and get married in Season Ryan Cartwright as Vincent Nigel-Murray seasons 4—6: Vincent is an Englishman and a graduate of the University of Leeds. FOX This wintry episode does mark a turning point, however. Maybe then we could try to be together. Something good is right around the corner.
Bones - The Heart of the Matter. How is it possible that simply looking into your fine face gives me so much joy?
Why does it make me so happy that every time I try to sneak a peek at you, you are already looking at me? And like you, it feels right. This is that place. But first comes the tragic telling of how they got to that moment. And the rest is heart eyes history. The story comes from the mind of a comatose Booth; as Brennan reads to him in the hospital, he imagines a life as a nightclub owner with her as his wife. As Brennan and Hodgins contemplate romance and mortality while buried alive in a car underground -- later writing goodbye letters to the people they care for most -- Booth and Angela desperately lead the team in putting the pieces together to find their loved ones.
FOX Finally successful, the team arrives just in time to see Brennan and Hodgins attempt to blast their way to the surface, and watching Booth sprint across the quarry to drag Brennan from the rubble is the stuff that true TV love is made of.