Fortunately for her (and the members of the public who have to deal with her), she has FBI agent Seeley Booth on her side.
A former sniper with a young son and a laid-back loose-cannon personality, Booth is Brennan's partner in crime-solving, mutual irritation, and Unresolved Sexual Tension.
She's the person the FBI calls when a body (usually, well, ) can't be identified by normal procedures.
She's also aggressive, abrasive, and has all the social grace of a snapping turtle.
is a television series which started on September 13, 2005 and ended on March 28, 2017 after 12 seasons.The cases of the week are typically complements for their interactions and growth.The writing and science can sometimes be uneven, but the dialogue is clever and funny, also frequently peppered with moments of genuine emotion.Brennan's ambitious and quirky doctoral candidates. An often recurring theme is the nature of intellect versus emotion and at what point you should use which.Most of Brennan's team rely on careful logic, and in some cases are bound entirely to it.