By the season ten episode "The Verdict in the Victims", he is shown to be a fully accepted member of the team, eating Sunday dinner with Booth and Brennan and occasionally baby-sitting Christine. He also drinks what the team refers to as "odd smelling tea". In the season 10 episode "The Eye in the Sky", she is revealed to be pregnant again. Later on in Season 8, Max returns after Brennan is shot while working in the lab. He was re-instated in Episode 3 of Season 6; after correcting Hodgins that he was never suicidal, Fisher discloses that as he was sleeping 20 hours a day for a period of two months, his shrink had said that it was a serious warning sign. FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (seasons 1–12) is the official liaison to the Jeffersonian. He also attempts to kill Heather Taffet during her trial, when he perceives her as a threat to Dr. Brennan ("The Boy with the Answer"). The evidence points to Trent McNamara, an old friend of Hodgins; Trent supposedly commits suicide as a result. However, from Season 6 Episode 11 ("The Bullet in the Brain"), Booth showed signs that he was not as in love with Hannah as he thought he was and he still holds his feelings for Brennan. Karen Delfs is a flaky behavioral analyst assigned to help Booth and Bones on a case. Dr. Wyatt made a return and his final appearance in the Season 12 episode "The Steal in the Wheels". Little is known about her background but Booth stated that she was a dancer and wrote jingles. He confesses to being a "Brennanite"—a loyal fan of Dr. Brennan's crime novels—but was proved not to be the killer due to his fainting at the sight of blood.  Booth called him "Pops" and Hank affectionately called Booth by his childhood nickname "Shrimp". Christine is born amid tearful laughter from her mother, and Booth and Brennan admire the baby. In the episode "The Next in the Last" Hodgins regains the money Pelant stole, but decides to donate it all to charities. He makes his debut appearance in the season 9 episode, "The Heiress in the Hill". Michelle claims to barely remember Cam and treats her coldly. Finn had a criminal record with charges including attacking his stepfather with a knife when he abused his mother, but was later expunged. Her birthday is implied to be in between late March and early April. In the season 10 premiere, she is revealed to have reunited with Sweets again and it has resulted in a pregnancy. He is also a big part in the matchmaking for Brennan and Booth and writes a book about them, which he discards when he learns from them that it was based on a false premise. After coming to terms with the fact, his brother gives Jared their grandfather's Saint Christopher medallion, (the patron saint of travellers). Broadsky returns again in the episode "The Hole in the Heart", in which he kills a former army associate for his rifle (to replace the one Booth destroyed in the previous episode). By season 8, it is revealed that their relationship has ended some time along the way but the details are never discussed on screen. Her adopted daughter Michelle was all right with this, but asked that someone else besides Lidner be her gynecologist from now on. However, after his father resurfaces in "Judas on a Pole", in season 2, he went off-grid so he could pay for Hayley's medical bills. Aubrey is the only character, other than Brennan and Sweets, to have dared to directly speak to Booth about his past gambling addiction. Christine has an older half-brother via Booth called Parker and they get along very well on their first meeting, with Parker building a mobile for her. Booth refused to book him because his brother, a re-imagined Grayson Barasa, was a gang leader. In "The Shot in the Dark", after Brennan is shot in the Bone Room, Clark steps in to continue where she left off while she's in the hospital. In "The Mystery in the Meat", (season 9, episode 10), Wells reveals to Hodgins that, since Hodgins and Finn released "Opie and Thurston's" Hot sauce, he has been having it every morning on his eggs for breakfast. In Season 7, in "The Crack in the Code", at the end of the episode, Booth mentions that he is going to recruit Wendell in the restoration of Booth and Brennan's new house, as Wendell needs the money. They often joke with each other in the lab and Hodgins calls him "Opie", a reference to Opie Taylor from The Andy Griffith Show, while Finn calls him "Thurston", a reference to Thurston Howell, III from Gilligan's Island. Max was tried and acquitted for the murder of Deputy Director Kirby in the episode entitled "The Verdict in the Story" (although this was only because the defense revealed that there was reasonable doubt, as his daughter, Temperance, and Agent Booth each had motive, means, and opportunity to kill Kirby as well). Cam makes an announcement: The Jeffersonian needs two forensic anthropologists—one to solve crimes and one to do archaeological work, which allows Clark to take up the new archaeological anthropology position and remain at the Jeffersonian while Dr. Brennan returns to solving crimes. Booth is demoted to "desk jockey" because of his relationship with Brennan and the resultant conflict of interest. By the time his mother was pregnant with Jack, Jeffrey needed round-the-clock care, and so his parents committed him into the Sandalwood Home full-time for his own safety and welfare, as well for the safety of his then-unborn brother, Jack Hodgins. Dr. Daniel Goodman (season 1) is the director of the Jeffersonian Institute who is an archaeologist and his expertise in religious and other artifacts sometimes came in handy during a case. In Episode 1 of Season 6, Caroline reveals that Fisher checked himself into a clinic with a case of the "hopeless vapors".