I have to say that I had the ranger pegged from the beginning. It felt like a repeat of "The Headless Witch in the Woods," where the killer appears so pathetic and desperate, finding a connection with Brennan (parents were gone, had siblings) and Booth (fought in war). Surprise... NOT.
As to the can't-get-enough-of-each-other-ness of Season 3, I would LOVE to see more of that, and here's why:
Once you get past the morning-sickness stage of pregnancy, blood flow increases, and basically what happened on the security tape that Cam showed Angela ("Player Under Pressure")... happens. All the time. Or at least, the potential is there, but you might be limited by work. (I hope I've been sufficiently vague... and that other parents here, like Steph, can laugh and agree.)
So, basically, them showing more of that would be accurate to Angela's pregnancy.
My question for TJ actually stems from this episode, so I'll wait to hear what he has to say during the chat in a few weeks.
That being said - I admit that I like Hannah. I'm not crazy about B&B, and I'll say that I wouldn't have thought of it if the writers hadn't stuck tension in every. single. episode.
Sweets needs to reattach the glue and cat fur... I mean, facial hair. It was dashing. Clean-shaven, he looks about sixteen, which I'm sure is part of the continuing joke. Maybe Daisy should tell him to keep it. If he and Daisy don't stay together, I'd love to see a reappearance of Tattoo Girl from "The Gamer in the Grease." Just for fun.
Clark was hysterical in the ranting scene. The drama about the sneezing was overdone, but I think only Clark could have pulled it off and remained in-character. That being said - I am not a fan of Clark's character.
Daddy Hodgins has made me squee a bit more than I should have, I admit. And I'm curious to see if Angela will be revoking her LOOK DON'T TOUCH policy now that she's pregnant. She seemed irritated/amused at Hodgins' obvious reaction to Hannah. (Pregnancy hormones... oh, the good old days...)
Applause to Michaela for NAILING Angela, by the way. Whatever she's channeling for this part of Angela's character, it's working.