Some articles on sweets:
... Lance Sweets (Season 3–) is an F.B.I ... While he is annoyed at Booth, Sweets stands his ground, even coaxing Booth and Brennan into going on a double date with him and his tropical–fish specialist ... Sweets and April break up shortly after the date, and Booth and Brennan become something of a "crying shoulder" in a reciprocal relationship ...
... Lance Sweets is brought into the series early in the third season ("The Secret in the Soil") as a psychologist to Seeley Booth and Temperance Brennan ... Sweets' presence provides a bit of comic relief, as he is often the target of insults from both his clients, though they do show sympathy for him on occasion ... His youth (according to Angela, Sweets needs to show his ID at bars to drink) and inexperience with police work also prove to be a challenge for him in the series, as many don't take him seriously ...
... Sweets are food items that are rich in sugar ... Sweets may also refer to John F ... Sweets (21st century), American historian Lance Sweets, a fictional character on the television series Bones SweetS, a Japanese vocal group Sweets Edison (1915-1999), American swing trumpeter ...
... As a psychologist, Sweets' initial relationships with the main cast are as that of an advisor and he often tries to help others, even when his aid is unwanted ... Sweets confesses that he had a secret thing for Angela at one point, mentioning in Booth's coma about Daisy, but Hodgins misinterprets it as love for Angela and replies "Angela ... to a psychiatric hospital for committing a murder, Sweets became his therapist and presumably sees him on a regular basis ...
... Sweets begins dating one of Dr ... At the end of "The Skull in the Sculpture", Sweets insists on personally breaking the news to her when Cam decides to fire her, telling Daisy that the upside of it is ... When Daisy confesses she thought that Sweets was ashamed of her, he kisses her in front of the entire team, surprising them all greatly ...
Famous quotes containing the word sweets:
“In yonder Grave a Druid lies
Where slowly winds the Stealing Wave!
The Years best Sweets shall duteous rise
To deck its Poets sylvan Grave!”
—William Collins (17211759)
“The morning rose, that untouched stands
Armed with her briars, how sweet she smells!
But plucked and strained through ruder hands,
Her sweets no longer with her dwells,
But scent and beauty both are gone,
And leaves fall from her, one by one.”
—Sir Robert Ayton (15701638)
“Those who have never had a father can at any rate never know the sweets of losing one. To most men the death of his father is a new lease of life.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)