Thursday, June 5, 2008

Emily Deschanel and Emmy Talk - LA Times

In an article titled "Lady Detectives: Can they handcuff the Emmys?" the LA Times examines female roles in procedural dramas. You can jump straight to what they say about Emily Deschanel here, but page 1 is worth a read too.

Lets hope both Emily and David Boreanaz (and the rest of the cast and show!) get some love come Emmy time. They deserve it!

Here's a copy of her page. I don't understand why they only give the TNT air information though. Hello? Fox show?

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Show: "Bones" (10 p.m. Tuesdays on TNT)

Back story: Dr. Temperance Brennan is a forensic anthropologist at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, D.C. The FBI's Homicide Investigations Unit calls her in to look for clues in a victim's bones when the body is in such rough shape that the agency can't identify it without help.

Time in the trenches: Three seasons

Closet skeleton: A skeleton, of course. The show isn't called "Shoes."

Glam factor: Favors such eye-catching accessories as chunky jewelry and cleavage

Personal life: Sexual tension with hunky Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz).

Why perps should be afraid of her: "I don't think people realize there's a field called forensic anthropology, so perps think they can get away with crimes they can't," Deschanel says. "They don't realize that a skeleton can give us clues about how a person lived and how they were killed."


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