Continuity mistake: When they pull the body out of the water, there is some vegetation hanging by the body's face in a close up that wasn't there in a previous mid range shot. (00:03:30)
1 mistake in Bodies in the Book
Starring: David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, Eric Millegan, Jonathan Adams, Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor
Dr. Temperance Brennan: I've never gotten a B and I never will.
Seeley Booth: That's my girl.
Trivia: Kathy Reichs, whose novels and experiences the series is based on, appears as one of the professors questioning Zack about his dissertation. (00:00:50)
Question: Pickering is interviewing the team from the Jeffersonian. When she gets to Bones, she mentions someone's name and Bones rings a phone number and Pickering is told not to move and all her notes are to be destroyed. What is Bones' relationship to the person Pickering mentioned?
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Chosen answer: Pickering states the name "Juan Guzman" and during the run of the show we are never told who he is, or why Brennan had been in Cuba and met with this Juan Guzman. We don't know if there is any kind of "relationship" between Brennan and Guzman. A bit frustrating, but I like how this short scene shuts down Agent Pickering's entire review, and it hints at Brennan's career history and her level of security clearance.
Thanks for the clarification. It's been a while since I watched the series start to finish. It also adds to show how much power Brennan actually has.
Do you remember when Bones was telling Angela about the time she was on one of her out of the country trips, and she was thrown in a dark cell for what she later found out was 3 days? She was crying and looked terrified as she remembered this. She had that same look as someone who was remembering past trauma when Pickering said this name. I kind of always thought that "Juan Guzman" was the one who did that.