Sorry for the delay; I met Gillian Anderson this past weekend and retroactively blacked out last week.
In short: we get a little more back story on Holt’s time as detective during the good ole seventies (always a pleasure), Terry and Jake clarify their relationship status, Amy gets to use her brown-nosing skills for good, Rosa helps Charles out of an extremely uncomfortable situation, and Gina once again shows off her palm-stinging BAMF-ness.
Note from Kelly: I’m so excited to announce that Jasmine is joining the team to recap Mike Schur’s latest gift to the TV world, Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Check back every week for the latest on Holt’s smile (HAS HE EVER), the romantic stylings of Jake and Amy, and Gina’s very important sweaters.
GORDON GORDON: He wants what we all want. He wants to find out his place in the world.
BRENNAN: We can find a permanent place for him. Right?
I keep expecting to see Sweets in Booth’s doorway. He should still be sharing fries with Angela at the diner or carrying a box of files into the FBI conference room. Something’s off without him, and it’s sudden and unsettling and unreal in a way that real loss tends to be.
Move over, Backstreet Boys; I have a new favorite Millennium.
The end of season six consists mostly of Scully and Mulder dreaming about their relationship and touching each other’s faces. Cheers.