Ok, some of you know I'm still catching up on season 2 via DVDs right now, so I can't say my favorite scene(s) just yet. But I will say this (which should probably tell you something right away)...
I just finished watching "The Boy in the Shroud" for the first time.
*shaking fist at TJ and the rest of the cast*
I'm still crying.
Ok, hold up, I need a minute to compose myself...
*blubbering like a baby, wiping eyes*
There are so many things about this episode that got to me. The defensiveness and vulnerability of Brennan, connecting with Kelly the foster kid; the all-for-one attitude of loyalty from Angela and Booth about Brennan when Cam asked what would happen if she replaced/fired Bones; the love story of two kids who really cared about each other; a sister who wanted to protect her little brother (I have a little brother... well, he's 30 now, but he's still my 'little' brother, you know?); and those lovely moments between Jack and Angela that culminated with him giving her the rose.
Oh, man. I think I've just given myself a headache from the weeping.
Who wrote that episode? *fast-forwarding through the opening scenes to find out* Gary Glasberg. Wow, with the acting and the music and the writing and the way it was all put together... wonderfully done
I'll get back to you on the rest of the season, as I watch it. Sheesh. I need a tissue.