Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Ausiello is a Mean Tease

The latest installment of AusielloTV screams that someone is leaving Bones. You'll have to watch to find out who...

Or I can just tell you: It's a recurring character, not a regular cast member and, if you're like me, you won't miss her.

Check it out here (no embed available).

Tamara Taylor teases Cam's turn in the story spotlight

E!'s Kristen has a video posted that focuses on The Office, but has a quick "Ask Kristen" tidbit where she shares a Bones interview clip - Tamara Taylor teasing Cam's upcoming feature storyline. (spoiler warning)

You can skip to 4:20 for the Bones stuff.



Additional Q&A (same spoiler warning) on the same topic, and another one as well, can be found here.

New Polls: Wendell and Mr. Nigel-Murray

For the entirety of the hiatus I left up a poll asking you about your opinions on the interns. It came out pretty clearly in favor of Mr. Clark Edison (my pick!).

Results (out of a total of 1950 votes):

Pick Daisy - 61 (3%)
Pick Wendell - 251 (12%)
Pick Scott Starret - 27 (1%)
Pick Nigel-Murray -82 (4%)
Pick Fisher - 91 (4%)
Pick Clark Edison - 918 (47%)
Find us a new batch - 91 (4%)
Keep Rotating - 164 (8%)
Just pick any one of them! - 41 (2%)
I hate the whole plot device - 224 (11%)
But then we started seeing them again last week - Mr. Nigel-Murray in "Double Trouble in the Panhandle" and Wendell in "The Fire in the Ice." I'm curious - did these new stories involving these two guys change your opinion at all?

I'm putting up a new poll for each of them to see what you think. Can we learn to like an intern, or is this a continual up and down rollercoaster you are tired of?

BuddyTV: Best 'Ships of 2008

BuddyTV shows Bones more love - they have compiled a list of the best relationships of 2008, and Booth and Brennan make #2!

Booth and Brennan have the best bickering of any couple on television. And, of course, their bickering is filled with sexual tension galore. They are staying apart because of professionalism but it’s hard to keep your distance when you’re forced to share kisses under the mistletoe like in “The Santa in the Slush.” They tease, but they’re overprotective. They’re in therapy, but they’re not even together. It’s best put by Booth when he said, “There’s someone you’re meant to spend the rest of your life with. You just have to be open enough to see it. That’s all.”

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