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Dr. Daniel Goodman was the director of the Jeffersonian Institute and a former archaeologist.

Early LifeEdit

He is a loving husband and father to a pair of five-year-old twin girls. He is also the deacon of his church. His way of working leads Hodgins to think of him as subjective and long winded, and lacking the qualities of a pure scientist, although the antagonism between the two develops into a friendly rivalry as the series progresses.

AppearancesEdit

Daniel has not made any appearances beyond the first season. As of The Titan on the Tracks, Dr. Goodman is said to be on a "two-month sabbatical", though he hasn't been seen or even mentioned since then. He only appeared in 18 episodes of season 1, and was replaced by Dr Camille Saroyan in season 2.


Season 1Edit

He and Jack Hodgins do not get along.

Season 12 Edit

In a deleted scene from The End in the End, Brennan can be seen in the remains of her office admiring an award given to her by Goodman before he inexplicably disappeared.

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