Daisy Wick seasons 4—12 is an intern who regards Brennan as her mentor, idol and role-model, unknown to Dr. They keep their relationship secret from all but Hodgins and Angela until "The Survivor in the Soap", and in "The Pathos in the Pathogens" season 8 episode 23 she openly admits to being in love with him when his life is threatened with an altered strain of virus. Broadsky would often contact a victim or former associate of a chosen target and offer his services in exchange for payment, sometimes the amount of money would be symbolic of the chosen target's crimes. Angela notices that the brush strokes on DeLuca's paintings exactly match the strokes found on Thorne's sculptures. In one episode, he attempted to "rescue" Brennan, Booth, and their friends who were being held at the Jeffersonian by a group of mysterious government agents, only to arrive a few seconds after Booth had already subdued the agents—much to Hacker's disappointment as he had hoped to impress Brennan.
After he returns to his work, Brennan asks him if his interest in forensic anthropology was related to a plan to kill his stepfather, to which he answered yes.
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However, Angela breaks it off with him later in the episode, "The Death of the Queen Bee", after Wendell learns that Angela mistakenly thought she might have been pregnant with his child. At the end of the episode, Sweets and Daisy reconcile, having been unable to keep their hands off each other. During Season 6, at the encouragement of his girlfriend, Clark has changed, from being unwilling to reveal personal information, to sharing many details of his life, but with little tact, much to the team's chagrin. The Con Man in the Meth Lab. Angela is the squint squad's team specialist in craniofacial reconstruction and can generate holograms using her three-dimensional graphics program The Angelatron to simulate various scenarios of a crime. She's a lesbian.