Here's the promo for next week's episode, the season 5 finale.
Are you ready for it?
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Here's the promo for next week's episode, the season 5 finale.
Post your favorite quotes from tonight's Bones episode: The Boy with the Answer.
If you have a question about any of the music from tonight's Bones episode "The Boy with the Answer," post them here so they don't get lost in the episode discussion.
Episode discussion for:
The Boy with the Answer
Please, please, PLEASE -
Please, do not say "wow, that must be what leads to..." or "well, that won't last because Hart Hanson said that 2 episodes from now she will..." or whatever. I will have to delete any comments that include spoilers for future episodes or download links.
If you see something in this that makes you think of an upcoming episode and possible impact, you can always find that episode's spoiler post here, and go wild. But PLEASE keep spoilers off this post.
Other than that, please discuss away, every aspect of this episode. Disagreements, as long as you are respectful, are more than welcome!!
Tonight's Bones episode is: "The Boy with the Answer." To read about it in advance, check out the tag here on the blog.
I will post the episode discussion tonight by 8pm eastern. If you just can't wait, remember there is always the spoiler post!
(Yup, I still hate net-yelling. But it seems to be working.)
"This episode is pretty intense".
That's as far as I read since I'm trying to remain spoiler-free. However, if you don't mind spoilers, check out this interview.
Definite spoiler warning!
If you already watched this episode last night, please don't discuss it in the comments for this post but go to the Spoiler Chatter Post where you can talk away!
Happy Bonesday, everyone!
Best known as the brilliant but socially awkward skeletal evidence analyst Dr. Temperance Brennan on the Fox series "Bones", Emily Deschanel is also a passionate animal rights activist who works on behalf of Farm Sanctuary, an organization based in Orland, Calif., and Watkins Glen, N.Y., that does outreach, education and political work, such as helping to pass Proposition 2 in California. “In Ohio there’s going to be a similar ballot initiative to ban battery cages for chickens, gestation crates for pigs, and veal crates,” notes Deschanel, who became a vegetarian 17 years ago (and later, a vegan) after seeing a documentary about the state of factory farms in the U.S.
“The more I learned about it, the more I was horrified and didn’t want to be a part of that,” she explains, recommending that MNN readers take a visit to the sanctuaries. “You get to know these animals and you wouldn’t want to eat them again.”
The article also talks about tonight's episode and the finale and let's other celebs tell what they do to reduce their carbon footprint.
Buddy TV has compiled a list of favorite TV girlfriends and guess who comes in as number 9?
Angela Montenegro, Bones
Any girl who knows an awful lot about sex and romance is a pretty good catch but Angela has a lot more to offer than that. She’s quirky, friendly and intelligent—traits that perfectly compliment her wild-child personality.
Bones star David Boreanaz, aka FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth, shot a film last year called The Mighty Macs. It's expected to be released later this year. This time, he's in a role very different from the ones we are all accustomed to seeing him play. He'll play the part of a slightly chauvinistic husband of a pioneering women's basketball coach.
By the looks of the movie's official trailer, it might be a big hit. We should probably bring tissues with us to the theater, since we may shed a tear or two. Take a look here.
Emily Deschanel, aka Dr. Temperance Brennan
This summer, Emily Deschanel has a new project underway. While Bones is on break, Emily will be shooting a movie called Perfect Family. She'll be in a major role in this film, unlike her small role in last year's movie My Sister's Keeper. Here's a short synopsis of the film:
"A devoutly Catholic wife and mother has been nominated for one of the church's top awards. She then goes about trying to prove she has the "perfect" family, refusing to accept them for who they are."
The film also stars Jason Ritter and Kathleen Turner and is expected to release in 2012. You can read what Emily has to say about doing a film during her time off this summer in an interview she did yesterday (spoiler conference call).
TJ Thyne & Tamara Taylor, aka Dr. Jack Hodgins & Dr. Camille Saroyan
TJ Thyne, who plays Hodgins on Bones, has a movie expected out later this year in which he plays a priest. His character for this film is quite different from the fun loving but conspiracy theory touting character he plays on Bones. Here's a bit of a description for the film:
"'The Pardon' is the incredible true story of Toni Jo Henry, a story of love and despair, of hope and redemption, found in the only woman ever to be electrocuted by the State of Louisiana."
But TJ, who always seems to have multiple projects hatching at once, is also currently working on a film called Shuffle. There is no available information about the film's plot, but there are rumors that Tamara Taylor, who plays Dr. Cam Saroyan on Bones, is part of the movie's cast too.
There's a third movie in the works for TJ too. This film could be a big box-office hit, since it also stars Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and Laurence Fishburne. It's called The Last Full Measure and it may be out late this year. Here's a summary of its plot:
"An ambitious government bureaucrat is given an unwelcome assignment that could harm his carefully orchestrated career, to complete a long-unfinished report on whether the nation's highest award for bravery should, after 40 years, be given to a fallen hero. His investigation leads him down a path he could not have imagined and changes his life and the lives of others in the process."
John Francis Daley, aka Dr. Lance Sweets
And last, but certainly not least is John Francis Daley, who plays Dr. Lance Sweets on Bones. His Bones character is a case of art imitating life, or vice-versa. No, he's not really a psychologist, but like Sweets, he's a writer.
John has written six screenplays that are in various stages of development. The film that is the furthest along in the creation process is called Horrible Bosses. It sounds like a fun ride, since this is what it's about:
"Three friends conspire to murder their awful bosses when they realize they are standing in the way of their happiness."
The other five screenplays he's written are named The $40,000 Man, Hours of Fun, Vacation, Cal of the Wild and Burt Wonderstone. Even from these titles, it's a sure bet that John is great at writing comedies. I can't wait to see these films because they all sound terrific.
So it looks as if the cast of Bones always manages to stay busy, even when the series is taking a break. With so many very talented cast members, that's no big surprise.