Wednesday, November 19, 2008

The Bone that Blew - Promo

Here is the Bones promo for "The Bone that Blew" that was seen tonight after "The Passenger in the Oven."



Thanks, Tracie, for putting it up so fast!

The Passenger in the Oven - Live Thoughts & Discussion

Post your live thoughts, or after-episode discussion of "The Passenger in the Oven" here!

Happy Bonesday!

I got so distracted by the great clips I posted this morning, that I never made an official Bonesday post today, so here it is!

Tonight, we get the new Bones episode, "The Passenger in the Oven." If you'd like to check out the spoiler clips, you can see them here, or the more general spoiler information - description, pictures, and promo - can be seen here. It looks like a fun one!

Edit: Thanks to Louise and Su, we have another link about tonight's episode. Check it the interviews with David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel here. Spoiler warning applies, as well as set warning for another episode - Double Trouble in the Panhandle.


I don't really have a question for you today, but I thought I would bring out this scan that Stephanie sent me (and Angie also told me about) which highlights Emily Deschanel's appearance on the Hot 2008 list in TVGuide. The magazine is out now, go get one!

Spoiler Clips for "The Passenger in the Oven"

Here are some spoiler clips for tonight's Bones episode, "The Passenger in the Oven." I would say both are fine to watch if you watch the promos. Enjoy!

The glasses scene from the promo:



Government business (poor Booth):



I only see 2, did I miss any?

January Scheduling - The First Episode Revealed

We've already heard from Fox that next Wednesday's Bones is the last new Bones episode we will see until the 2009 return, on the new Thursday timeslot, on January 15th.

Now, Ausiello spills which episode will be the first we see on return:

The Hero in the Hold
(Don't click the link if you don't know what it's about.)

That does mean that they are skipping a couple of episodes to jump into a very exciting one. The production order looks more like this:
Double Trouble in the Panhandle
The Fire in the Ice
The Hero in the Hold
What do you think? Wish we were seeing them in order? Don't care because you're really looking forward to "Hero?"

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