Wednesday, September 3, 2008

TV Guide: 2 Bones Mentions

Matt Roush talks a little Bones scoop. He loves the show but kind of hopes we never see Zack again.

Bones in Britain. Early September is a busy time for Fox as well. The Fringe premiere is less than a week away, Prison Break is already well into its next caper, and tonight it’s Bones’ turn to launch a new season with a two-hour opener, this one set in London. It’s a jolly good romp, as Bones and Booth meet a mirror-image British duo with switched genders: the tough cop is a woman, while the droll scientist is a man—who at one point, observing his U.S. counterparts, quips, “I love the mix of the personal and the professional you people seem to manage.” The separate mysteries in both hours are enjoyable, and it’s fun watching cowboy Booth work in a more genteel society (“Without a gun, I’m practically naked”) while comically struggling with a new way of battling city traffic (“I’m glad we had a revolution”). Back at the Jeffersonian, Angela and Hodgins have more relationship issues, and with Zach gone—the less said about that storyline, the better—it looks like we’re in for a long-running joke of new lab assistants who have trouble fitting in with this eccentric ensemble.
And they've posted their own version of the David Boreanaz conference call we've seen referenced here, here, and here. I don't think it imparts anything new but it's always great to see Bones mentions!


Jeannie said...

Enjoyable mysteries! Oh, good. I'm so excited!

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