Monday, April 19, 2010

Various perspectives on Will They/Won't They

We've heard what David Boreanaz thinks about Booth and Brennan, but here's some perspective on how Emily Deschanel sees the relationship. Spoiler warning, of course.

John Francis Daley has his own view of Sweets, his interactions with Booth and Brennan, and his book. Spoiler warning for the end of the article.

Is everyone ready to trust Hart Hanson? I hope you are, because even the show execs don't quite know where they're headed! Very light spoiler warning. On the verge of non-spoiler. Simply put--the director of the finale describes it in one word. Enter at your own risk.

Since two of the three links here include spoilers, please consider comments to be spoilers, as well.

Sky1 interview with David Boreanaz

This is a great interview with Sky1 and David Boreanaz. If you have already seen The Parts in the Sum of the Whole and The Death of the Queen Bee, MOST of the article is fine. As soon as you read about Robert Englund/Freddy Krueger, stop there to avoid spoilers for the rest of the season.

Don't even blink under DB's answer to that question.

SPOILER WARNING!!!! past that point.

(I really mean it.)

Here is a fun bit for those that don't want to risk being spoiled at all:
What has been Bones’ success?
The relationship between Brennan and Booth has dictated viewers’ enjoyment of the series. At times there’s so much humour in it that it’s hard to define it by genre. Is it a ‘dramedy’? It’s a crime-solving team of random misfits trying to come together and see eye-to-eye at the end of each show. It’s very enjoyable to make and it’s enjoyable to watch too.

I agree, Mr. B.

Remaining episodes of Season 5

The Futon Critic gives a one-sentence synopsis for each of the remaining episodes. Thursday night line-ups start about half-way down the page.

Spoiler warning applies!

Feel free to discuss what is coming. If you're anti-spoiler, you may want to steer clear of the comments on this post.

100th Aftermath and Season 6 Reference

Stephen Nathan gives an answer to many fans' biggest question following the 100th episode. There is also a possible spoiler for season 6.

Check it out here.

Feel free to discuss your ideas of what this spoiler could mean in the comments. What do you think? How do you want this to play out in Season 6?

Fans Want her to Cry

Emily Deschanel talking about how the fans always want her to cry. The article gives a spoiler warning at the top but it's just about the 100th episode.

Fox - Pause Campaign

Explanation here. Sorry I only have Hulu videos at the moment!

John Francis Daley



Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz

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