Thursday, May 28, 2015

Who Is Booth’s Sponsor on ‘Bones’?

On Bones, Booth (David Boreanaz) has moved out of the house as requested by his wife Brennan (Emily Deschanel). He’s going to Gamblers Anonymous meetings but he’s not participating. His sponsor, Gavin Chadwick, leads the group. Gavin is encouraging Booth to open up and share his story with the group, but Booth isn’t having it. Not yet...

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'Bones' Teasers: 7 Good Things to Watch for in "The Woman in the Whirlpool"

Folks, there's no way to get around it. "The Woman in the Whirlpool" is a sobering episode, if you'll pardon the pun. We're dealing the aftermath of Booth lying about his resumed gambling activity and Brennan asking him to leave The Mighty Hut, 2.0, right? There's no way we could have a comedic piece after an upset like that. So, what do we do? We hunker down and look for the good in what is before us because there is good in this episode, and it's more than the quality of the portrayals, Hodgins' latest toy, or a solid case built around some interesting remains. There are some nuggets to hang onto and look for as you sit down (without your dinner, unless you want to be wearing it) to watch Bones' 20th episode of season 10.

In accordance with tradition, I have several teases for you that are cryptic enough to preserve the element of surprise, yet (hopefully) intriguing enough to get you excited about your first viewing of "The Woman in the Whirlpool." You'll have to let me know if I accomplish this goal by writing in the comment box below. Let's get this bone on the road...
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The Most Shocking Deaths of the 2014-2015 TV Season

The 2014-2015 TV season has finally wrapped up, though there are a few shows still delivering us fresh new episodes. For example, the season finale of the FOX drama Bones will not take place until June 11, and the network’s reality series Hell’s Kitchen will air its last episode of the season two days earlier on June 9.  Like all of the television seasons prior to this one, there was a lot of shocking twists and turns on some of our favorite series.  However, many of the most outrageous of storylines involved some our most beloved TV show characters perishes.  While some series will wait until the final few episodes to say goodbye to these characters, other shows killed off their stars at the very beginning of the season back in September. Here is a look at some of the most memorable deaths of the 2014-2015 TV season...
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John Francis Daley Is 'Bones' Greatest Victory, Because You Can Never Have Too Much Sweets

How’s your day been so far? Kinda meh, right? Well, that’s probably because you haven’t spent any time thinking about Bones’ resident cutie, John Francis Daley, yet today. Because, let me tell you, that’s a day-peaker if ever there was one. So much so that it drove me to invent the phrase “day-peaker.” Seriously, though, he’s a pretty impressive guy. He got his start on Freaks and Geeks with the likes of Jason Segel and James Franco, he wrote the screenplay and story, respectively, for both Horrible Bosses films, and he’s easily the best thing to ever come out of Bones. If that’s not too bold to say.

I’ll spare you all of the Bones/boning jokes, because I don’t particularly want to alienate any of my readers right of the bat. But, just know that there are plenty of jokes re: boning John Francis Daley rattling around in my brain. Apologies to his wife (except NO APOLOGIES, NEVER SURRENDER). Seriously though, for those of you who aren’t familiar with the show, his character is (well, spoiler alertwas) the best. Dr. Lance Sweets was an FBI agent and psychologist, and his character brought a more human dimension to the show. He was by far the most likable person on screen at any given moment. That’s because he’s just the best on his own. In fact, here are nine reasons JFD is the greatest...

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Episodic Images: 10x21 "The Life in the Light"

The Life in the Light is Bones' pentultimate episode. Thank you, Bones, for adding that word to my vocabulary! ;) Check out the images below...

BONES: Brennan (Emily Deschanel, R) and Booth (David Boreanaz, L) discuss the their relationship in the "The Life in the Light" episode of BONES airing Thursday, June 4 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2015 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Patrick McElhenney/FOX

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

BONES: ‘The Woman in the Whirlpool’ Teases

When BONES returns on Thursday, the series will be deep-diving into the fallout of Brennan confronting Booth about his gambling addition (and subsequently kicking him out of their home). Before the hour airs, I have a few teases (and thoughts) about “The Woman in the Whirlpool”...

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5 Things to Know About BONES “The Woman in the Whirlpool”

Bones returns on Thursday with a new episode that promises to pick up the pieces of May 14th’s shocker, which ultimately saw Brennan kicking Booth to the curb following revelations about his gambling relapse.

Thursday’s new episode “The Woman in the Whirlpool” will see both Brennan and Booth struggling with their new arrangement, both personally and professionally, while the team wonders if they’re headed for divorce.

Meanwhile, duty calls as the body of a well-known cookie jar collector is found in the Potomac river, prompting the team to investigate the victim’s collector community in order to catch the murderer.

And for once Aubrey bites off more than he can chew when he begins a flirtation with one of the Squints.

We’ve seen this episode a little earlier than most, thanks to our friends at FOX, and have 5 new teasers to share with you.

As usual, no major spoilers! We want you to enjoy this episode as much as we did.

Here then are 5 things to know about “The woman in the Whirlpool.”...

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'Bones' Exclusive Interview: The Writers Talk Brennan and Booth's Future and a Whirlpool Death

Bones writers Kathy and Kerry Reichs spoke with me recently about "The Woman in the Whirlpool," their third co-writing endeavor on Bones, following "The Witch in the Wardrobe" and "The Beaver in the Dam." Most interesting during our discussion was the marriage of science and "universe," or "arena," which Kathy explained is key to the design of every Bones episode. "The Woman in the Whirlpool" weaves together the science of hydrodynamics on bone, and the universe of cookie jar collecting. In addition, the obsessive collecting angle provides a comparison to Booth's gambling addiction and has everyone pondering their own obsessive behaviors as well.

Two episodes away from the 10th season finale, "The Woman in the Whirlpool" has the Jeffersonian team investigating the death of a woman whose remains are suspected to have been caught in an unforgiving whirlpool of one of the only class five rapids east of the Mississippi, where people have been known to disappear for long periods of time...
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(Video, Youtube) Sneak Peek: The Wrong Thing to Say from "The Woman in the Whirlpool"

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Bones 10x22 "The End in the End" Promo Images


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