BRENNAN: If Caroline doesn’t prosecute our kidnappings, we’d be free to testify as expert witnesses in the boy’s case. CAROLINE: You’d be willing to do that? HODGINS: No. No. Caroline has to prosecute our case. Taffet tried to kill us. BRENNAN: All our evidence have been thrown out. The rational thing to do is to pursue a case with fresh untainted evidence. HODGINS: Are you kidding me?! Is it really that easy for you to forget what happened to us?! BRENNAN: I will never forget what happened to us. Or to Booth. Or this boy. You’re not the only one suffering, Dr. Hodgins. But your emotions have no relevance, not if you want to convict Taffet.