This week's episode of Bones took place in Hipsterville, Washington so as you might expect, it was filled with angry butchers, nine dollar applesauce, bitter pickle merchants, and people in olden-timey vests. In other words, it was a beautiful explosion of WTF bombs, and we've rounded up the best of the best.

5. Theory: Baby Michael Is Alive, But Also Magical

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We've been worried about Baby Michael ever since he started living a life of solitary confinement in a drawer, but the wool has finally been pulled away from our eyes. Baby Michael is omnipresent, guys. He is everywhere, and he is in everything. How do we know? Because the only logical explanation to the fact that Michael hasn't shown up once during this season is that he found Harry Potter's Invisibility Cloak and is just trolling around The Jeffersonian like, "whatever, IDGAF."

4. Angela Is Suddenly Really Worried About ART and FEELINGS

So, apparently after eight years at the Jeffersonian, Angela (Michaela Conlin) has finally realized that her job is totally disgusting. It's like she woke up one morning, remembered she went to art school, has no training whatsoever in forensics (not to mention supercomputers), and realized she didn't want to fondle human remains. Whatever Angela, this is the job Baby Angel Christine of Nazareth has bestowed upon you. Deal with it.

3. Speaking of Angela, We Need To Talk About Her Computer

Angela's computer literally does everything, ever, and the time has come for us to discuss. Give The Angelatron a piece of paper with a picture on it, and it will take said picture, re-construct a random homegirl, find said homegirl's identity, and be like "suck it, I am the best computer ever!" And let's not forget the fact that The Angelatron sometimes likes to 3D itself for no reason. We expect it to take over the world any minute now. #computerzombieapocalypse

2. Um, No One Cares About Daisy

Remember when everyone was friends with both Sweets (John Francis Daley) and Daisy (Carla Gallo)? And people were really into their relationship? And then remember when Sweets broke up with Daisy in the cruelest way ever, and everyone at The Jeffersonian completely rejected her? Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) invited Sweets to live with them, Booth suggested that Sweets steal back Daisy's apartment –– basically no one would care if girlfriend was homeless living under a bridge, covered in human remains and Magic the Gathering cards.

1. Jess Prostituted Herself To Follow Her Applesauce Dreams

Just to remind you, this week's episode of Bones was about a applesauce-making hipster who turned to prostitution in order to finance her locally sourced applesauce fantasies. That is all.

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