As they compare their dates to each other, Booth tells Bones that she is the standard he has for women, suggesting that he still has feelings for her despite insisting that he moved. She denies it, but reassures him that she loves him and asks isn't that enough. Like you, it makes no sense, and like you, it feels right. After pursuing a suspect, Booth pins him to the ground and tells him to stay still. Booth is disappointed that Brennan did not tell him about the doctor's appointment. Booth has gotten his memory back but still acts differently around Brennan. Retrieved from " ". Later, Booth, Bones, and Christine are at a playground when Pelant indeed calls Booth to say he can't marry Bones and can't tell her or anyone the reason why he's turning her down, or else he'll be responsible for the deaths of five innocent people. For the entire episode, Brennan continues to attempt to put herself in Booth's shoes, even at one point running at a suspect and knocking him down. Neither mentioned her, and it seemed like no one remembered the role she had in either of their lives. By the Egyptian government. They watched Booth and Brennan's will they/won't they dance. It would have never lasted, even if she'd said yes, though, because of Booth and Brennan's relationship. You know how women love men with absent kids. He assures her it is, they banter some more than are called in on a new Pelant case. She was his wife, and he shouldn't have kept her in the dark. On the other hand, Booth enlisted another federal agency and had Brennan detained at the airport. However, that didn't make sense given what followed and that's because it wasn't the original letter. When Wyatt presents Sweets' theory to Booth, he says that he knows Brennan doesn't love him back, that if she loved him, he would know. Booth rushes off and saves Brennan just in time by shooting the doctor who has attacked her at a clinic.