Bones won't air a new episode until November 5.
But fans of the Fox hit now have something interesting to contemplate during that time, as producer Stephen Nathan told TV Guide Magazine that the show might head back to the 1930s for an upcoming installment.
“A lot of shows have done those 40’s film noir episodes,” Nathan said. “But what we’re thinking of doing is going back a few more years to a 1930’s era homage to Depression-Era comedies like (1936's) My Man Godfrey or (1934's) The Thin Man, where they’re living the high life in the midst of the Depression - drinking and having a good time while solving murders.”
The episode would be filmed entirely in black and white, but that isn't the strangest part of the idea: would Temperance Brennan drink and have a good time?
That we'd love to see!