Well, I suppose that's a touch misleading because the moment in question happened while they were incarcerated, and more than likely, because they were locked up together alone for a long time. That time led them to remember what they liked about each other. It also gave them a chance to talk about their bizarre break-up and what a colossal mistake it was and how it left them both wishing they hadn't "swerved at the last minute." For the record, when Hodgins said they should have crashed into each other at full speed, I had a completely different outcome in mind. When the show cut back to them and the judge/barber was in the middle of marrying them, I was SHOCKED! Pleasantly shocked, but shocked. At least one couple on the show seems to have things figured out.
The case was very interesting and full of fun little twists and turns. I really had no idea who was going to prove to be responsible for the dark-magic-for-hire's murder. Booth had me cracking up between his "shoddy job" comment in reference to the articulated skeleton and his opinion about nakedness happening to those you don't want to see naked. Of course, I also enjoyed his little Bones figure and the fact that he wished her happiness with it. Oh, and I agree, she was totally relieved.
THE GOOD: The focus on the case. It was interesting, fun, and it distracted from and temporarily eliminated the constant ups and downs of the Booth/Bones saga. I needed a break.
And now, here is this week's edition of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly:
THE BAD: Hodgins's big mouth. It landed him and Angela in a small cell (which wound up being a good thing, but in the beginning, not so much) and got them both caught for outstanding warrants.
THE UGLY: Actually, this week was pretty tame. Aside from the burned remains, nothing out of the ordinary.
If you missed this week's episode ("The Witch in the Wardrobe"), check it out for free at Hulu.com.