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At the end of last season, I declared that Fox's "Bones" had gone batshit insane. It's not out of the ordinary for a hit show to go off-track for a se...
If you know people who are suicidal, or if you know people who are bipolar, depressed, have panic attack disorder, just be there for them. They're going through something that's very, very hard.
The show as I knew it is completely different than it was when I first wrote about it a year ago. It's not a bad thing; it's a sign of an evolving show.
One of the things I liked most about Bones, the platonic partnership of Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth, is about to come to an end. They are going to do it.
2009 has not gotten off to a very good start for me, entertainment-wise. The Bones episode that was supposed to air this week, "Double Trouble in the Panhandle," is an undercover trip to the circus!
Now, if Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and tough guy FBI Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) can fight crime on a plane... I can surely just sit on one, right?
What made the Bones season finale so traumatizing is how the departure of a beloved regular character was executed. There was nothing leading up to it, and it was completely unfair.
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