Monday, November 3, 2008

A Canadian on the Canadian Influence on Bones

Canada.com has posted their take on the recent Hart Hanson conference call interview. It's a good read, if simply for the fact you need to do something to fill the next 47 hours until our new Bones episode!

The one thing that stands out is the characterization of David Boreanaz portrayal of Booth.

Booth, the taciturn FBI special agent played with a kind of bemused indifference by David Boreanaz...
Do you think that's a good way to describe it?

7 comments:

heirofloki said...

Ok, so the Bemused part I get: half the time he IS confused by the stuff coming out of everyone's mouth -even when he shouldn't be. But the indifference? Not so much. No clue what they're on about.

Anonymous said...

Indifference? Nope. Nada. He is anything but indifferent.

cordy said...

I agree. What we all love about Booth is his passion, engagement and sensibility. So no indifference at all.

cordy said...

O h sorry what we all love about Booth are of course his good looks an d his extreme hotness :DDD

RMF said...

"Bemused", absolutely. But "taciturn"? "Indifferent"? Get that person a dictionary.

Shep said...

Tactiturn? Indifferent? They're watching the wrong show

brennanite said...

Nope, that description doesn't make any sense. It just sounds like the writer is trying to sound smart, instead of actually saying anything.

Booth may be reticent, but I don't see how you could call him taciturn. All they do is argue! And he isn't indifferent about anything, it would be much more accurate to say that he is over-reactive. I think what they are trying to say is that he is old school masculine.

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