In the season 2 episode, "The Headless Witch in the Woods", Cam states her mother, who died when she was 23, came to her the day after she died and led her to find a necklace in a drawer. In the season 3 episode of "The Pain in the Heart", it is revealed Dr.
It is revealed in the episode "Aliens in a Spaceship" that they had plans to go to New York together.
This relationship ended in "The Man in the Cell", when Booth asserted that workplace relationships put everyone in danger when high-pressure situations arose, after Camille is almost killed by a neurotoxin (bromomethane) she is exposed to by serial killer Howard Epps.
However, Cam finds it too perfect and refuses to consider it in case Hodgins faked it.
After Hodgins leaves, she does look the evidence over, but ultimately throws it out as does Brennan.
Brennan from her position at the Jeffersonian, until both Angela and Booth make it abundantly clear if Brennan goes, the entire team will leave with her.
In the episode entitled "The Man in the Cell", Camille is almost killed by a neurotoxin called Methyl Bromide to which she is exposed by serial killer Howard Epps when she was trying to cut into the forehead of the former Mrs Epps. Saroyan has an extreme emotional effect on both Brennan and Booth.In the middle of this Season, a slaver ship called the Amalia Rose is recovered and Cam's link to her family who were treated like cattle bothers her more than she lets on.In the beginning of Season 9, her identity is stolen by Haley Kent.At one point early on in Season 2, she considers removing Dr.Brennan from her position at the Jeffersonian, until both Angela and Booth make it abundantly clear that if Brennan goes, they all go. Saroyan and Booth have had an intimate/romantic relationship in the past, a relationship that is rekindled at an undisclosed point midway through the series.In The Steel in the Wheels, Hodgins finds the body of the Gormogon's apprentice, Ray Porter's true killer and he keeps Cam on hand when he brings the coffin in to prevent any accusations of evidence tampering.