-Because I’m Ying, and you’re Yang.
-Yin, not Yang.
"Yet I really felt her frustration when she confessed, after the sequester was over, that she knew the defendant was guilty, but she couldn’t in good conscience convict him based on the evidence at hand. That she felt guilty and personally responsible for a presumed killer being set free was particularly poignant to me, and demonstrated how Brennan isn’t actually cold at all, but rather uses detachment as a coping mechanism for her job. We don’t often see the toll their work takes on these characters, so to see Brennan upset over her role in the verdict, and then in not being able to prove his guilt, was a welcome insight into a small slice of her life." (x)