Recently, new showrunner Michael Peterson explained why Booth will be gone when Bones returns to the schedule. That’s a pretty vague description, but I’m guessing that maybe his absence could have something to do with his son, Parker, or some other angle I’m not currently considering, maybe related to his former life as a sniper.
There are plenty of possibilities, but I find it pretty strange that Bones will be separating Booth and Brennan once more.
The character made an appearance in the Sleepy Hollow episode "Dead Men Tell No Tales" as part of a two-part Halloween cross-over with Bones.
He is a fan of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team; pictures of the team hang on the back wall of his office, as well as he has been seen wearing a Flyers T-shirt in several episodes he also proceeded to watch a Flyers game at a funeral.
Agent Booth is a co-protagonist of the series with his wife Dr.
She's the person the FBI calls when a body (usually, well, ) can't be identified by normal procedures.
also in the episode Women in Limbo of season 1, it is stated that Brennan is born in 1976, which should put Booth's birthday in 1971.
Plus, viewers got an answer to the biggest cliffhanger hanging over the entire series: After six years of will-they or won’t-they foreplay, Booth and Brennan are heading into next season as both a full-fledged couple curse, but they kicked it in the groin. That’s not to say, however, that we don’t still have questions. Luckily, exec producer Stephen Nathan agreed to jump on the phone this evening for a quick post mortem and a preview of what’s to come. By going this route, we didn’t have to have them go through the traditional love-dovey stage where everything was wonderful and they understood each other and they got past their differences. They now are together but are essentially the same exact characters.
He is implied to be a Philadelphia Phillies supporter as well; in season 8, his mother brings his childhood toy – a miniature Phillie Phanatic stuffed toy – to give to Christine and in season 6, episode 16 "The Blackout in the Blizzard" he acquires a row of seats from the former Veterans Stadium and recounts for Dr.
Brennan how he attended game 6 of the 1980 World Series with his father, describing it as the "best day of [his] life". His home and office walls are adorned with various sports memorabilia including a signed picture of Bruins player Bobby Orr and the jerseys of NHL legends Mario Lemieux and Bobby Clarke.