Over time, however, they recognize his skill in profiling and even develop a friendship with him, comforting him after his girlfriend April breaks up with him  and later recognizing that Sweets wishes to continue studying them because he likes them. It is not known when Sweets officially joined the FBI or what his previous occupation, if any, was prior to joining the Bureau. Though both are excited about this at first, after talking with both Angela and Booth, Sweets begins to second-guess living with Daisy, realizing that, though she wants to eventually get married, and even someday start a family; all the things he wasn't entirely sure about yet. They are shown near the end of the episode kissing. Although Booth is unenthusiastic about their regular appointments, he occasionally seeks Sweets's advice and even asked him for help with Parker. Gordon has shown great respect for Sweets and his skill as a psychologist. He did mention that he was an intern at a mental health facility in Philadelphia , possibly coinciding with his time as a graduate student at Temple University or the University of Pennsylvania. Sweets had a relationship with Daisy Wick, an intern at the Jeffersonian.