”They come so distinctly from two different cultures that there’s always this gray area between them of wondering what the other one is going to do. So if absolute trust means that you sorta know what the other person is going to do and will approve it, it’s still an ongoing thing with them. This is not how he would have handled it, but I think he understands totally why she did what she did. He can’t see another alternative, but it’s kinda spooky to him that she would just do it. And yet, he also, I think, would admire it. It’s why he loves her — she is not in any way a predictable woman to him. He enjoys her integrity, and vice versa. There’s little moments that go by and I don’t know if fans notice them or not, but at the end of the christening, Booth says, “Amen.” Brennan doesn’t say, “Amen,” she just looks at them with interest. It’s meaningless to her what is happening here, but she understands that it means a ton to Booth, and that’s enough for her.
I CANNOT EVEN WITH THIS. MY HEART. OUR BABIES.
This is why this show is awesome and why one day I’ll be able to tell you that hands down that was the best episode of the series. Right now though I’m a little (ok a lot) crushed. “They were so happy” I whispher to the television as I watched Pelant do a multitude of things that the name asshat does not even begin to cover.