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Season 8, Episode 4 of Bones was an adorable hour filled with kittens, monkeys, zebras, giraffes, and tigers! Oh, and blood, guts, maggots, projectile vomit and questionable facial hair. We’ve rounded up the top three OMG moments for you to look back on, so grab your "Brennan For Prez" flag and wave your hands in the air like you just don't care.

1. Sweets Breaks Up With Daisy In The Most Cold-Hearted Way Ever

Remember at the beginning of this episode when Sweets (John Francis Daley) was huffing towels with glee and couldn't stop grinning about the prospect of moving in with Daisy (Carla Gallo)? Those were good times. Sadly, Sweets remembered that one time he made out with a random FBI Agent (circa last week), and decided to break up with Daisy in the most awkward, cruel way ever –– in public, in front of their new apartment, for the whole world to see.

The worst part? Sweets left Daisy with the sole responsibility of paying for their digs. Keep it classy, Lancelot.

2. Giant Smushed Face Makes Us Vomit

At this point, we're starting to think the Bones Powers That Be take some kind of creepy pleasure in maiming fake human remains. This week's murder took things to a whole new level of gorey and don't worry. If you missed it due to dry-heaving, we'll give you a quick play-by-play.

Basically, a random disgruntled townie in the backwoods was innocently trying to fix his car, only to end up getting splattered with body parts. Then the poor lamb looked down at his shirt and discovered a smushed human face. Lovely! By the way, the only person who found the moment tolerable was Hodgins (TJ Thyne), and everyone knows he's a weirdo. After all, dude's having a love affair with a tribe of maggots.

3. Brennan Sees Dead Tiger, Flies Into A Rage

Can we please talk about Brennan's reaction to that dead siberian tiger? We've never seen her more angst-ridden and upset in fact, she went into full-on attack mode and tried to punch her kitten friend's murderer.

Look, Brennan isn't the only one who sobs melancholy tears when Sarah McLachlan's "In The Arms of the Angels" commercial comes on TV, but she's never had such a visceral reaction to human remains. In fact, we're pretty sure dead bodies fill Brennan with yuletide cheer.... What's wrong with this picture?

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