Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Random Bones Mention

Thank you to Danielle and Helen for both tipping me off about this comic on TV Science:


I think the artist has to actually be a Bones fan. At first glance it looks like the person might have confused Angela/Brennan but I think he just wanted Brennan in the shot. It wouldn't be the first time she's shown Booth evidence someone else compiled. However, could the guy on the right be anyone but Zack?! :)

10 comments:

lyssie said...

DO LIKE!!
Yeah, i get it, tests take time.
this however reminded me of castle when he put in a call to the mator to get the fingerprints in the express lane.

lyssie said...

i mean mayor

Lauren said...

See, I was thinking Hodgins for the man on the right.

Stephanie said...

Yeah, I was thinking Hodgins, too. This is awesome. The background of the Bones panel even looks like the Jeffersonian.

ForensicMama said...

I find that amusing because my husband always rants whenever Angela recovers things from images (i.e. The Bone that Blew)... He rants that it's theoretically impossible. I just showed it to him. He said, "HA!!!!"

I loves me some Seeley. said...

Booth is sexy, even as cartoon character. Please someone, draw a picture of Booth in my bed.

Anonymous said...

I hear you, Forensic Mama. My husband's a chemist with crime lab experience. He used to burst out into shrieks of anger and then storm out of the room during Bones. "ARGH! That's so stupid! ARGH!" (Stomp, stomp, stomp) The science used to really pain him. Now he just makes snarky comments and compares everything to Zack being a serial killer's apprentice.

jenny said...

yes sometimes it is hard not to notice-what makes me laugh sometimes is how quickly they seem to get the results of some difficult tests like GC/MS or PCR DNA tests...I wish it was so easy for us to do at university too!But it's a tv show,it has to be resolved in 42 mins!It seems some leaps are necessary.

Shep said...

I always wondered how the hell Angela managed to create some of those things with the Angelator in such a short time. Facial reconstructions I understood, but when it came to recreating scenrios, sometimes a scenrio would be mentioned and then shown on the Angelator within a second. How much of the technology is even possible? I do miss it though, it was awesome.

I suppose watching Bones does require some suspension of disbelief.

leeloo said...

Jorge Cham's comic (PhD - Piled Harder and Deeper) is just amazing!!!! He's a Dr. too!
I just saw the comic this morning and found it hilarious.

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