Who thought that this was a perfect B&B episode? I mean, the masturbation thing was....funny, and yet it was like a...IDK, invatationish? I can't find the right word... But anyway, also at the end where he finally lets her fix his back and where he pulls her book out of the trash can and starts quoting her critics. Also, I thought it was odd that he kept defending her, I mean it was sooooooo B&Bish, but still, it was like he was waving a red flag and singing
"I love Temperance Brennan." Who agrees with me?