I definately agree that most cases don't get that much attention. I would say the only reason I think that it would get that much attention is the fact that she actually took Booth, an FBI agent. Think about it, how many cases do you hear about that involve an officer, etc? A lot of them. Almost more than you hear about ones that don't. The few rare cases are the ones that have actually caused a lot of fear (i.e. Oklahoma bombing, school shootings, etc.)
So, I do actually believe that this one would have gotten attention. Maybe not as many people in the courtroom as they showed, but still.
I do believe that she will be back. I am, however, actually glad that Max didn't kill her, because if he did it would again be him in trial and Bones back to visiting him in jail, which I don't really want to see all over again. Even though it would be interesting to see the reaction and interactions between Bones and her father afterward.
All in all, I wasn't hugely satisfied with this episode. I thought the whole Hodgins telling everyone they were married was pretty lame the way that they did it.
I think the only thing I really liked about this episode was the end. I loved how they re-did the scene on how they left the first night they met.
"Only as high as I reach can I grow,
Only as far as I seek can I go,
Only as deep as I look can I see,
Only as much as I dream can I be."
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