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The chemistry between Bones and Booth MADE this show as well as the chemistry between all of the "squints" I am so not getting where things are going, don't like the chemistry between Booth and Hannah (or lack of) and miss the chemistry between Booth and Bones! Come on writers - you are running people away from what was the best show around!
I didn't care for the last scene with Brennan and Hannah BUT I have to say it was WAY less uncomfortable and weird than the hospital/sunglasses situation earlier in the season.
SN tweeted today: "For all the #Bones fans who are upset about Booth and Brennan and Hannah: patience. All good things come to those who wait."
Last night's episode was a major disappointment and painful to watch! The ending scene with Brennan and Hannah was totally ridiculous...I mean seriously? Best buddies?? The relationship between B&B just isn't there anymore or even the team is 'off'. I agree with lots of folks that the writers are killing the show being overly worried that the show will end if they do get together. The only good thing about last night's show was Clark and the team's reaction to the new him, now that was enjoyable to watch!
there was very little bones and booth interaction last night which took away from the show. if you want to keep the show going then you need to listen to the people who watch the show. and we all want booth and bones together. if my bf told me he had feeling for a girl and now this girl said she had fellings back we would not be sharing drings baby we would be sharing fist ...
The writers are utterly destroying this show. I think they are scared to death that if they satisfy the tension between Booth & Bones, the show will die--.....IT'S IN ITS DEATH THROES NOW! I don't watch this show for Hannah--she's boring, predictable and really not even in the same room as Bones. I guess the writers are too young to remember the magic created by Nick & Nora Charles or, if they are REALLY young, the magic between Cybil and Bruce before the writers on MOONLIGHTING screwed IT up. Keep going in this direction and it will go the way of all shows where writers disregard the fans as annoying. There's always reruns.
I do feel that the last scene was a little off. I mean that part were they looked like buddies after Brennan admitted she loved Booth...seriously? The show was also very quiet...BB almost never talked however I did find myself LOL from the bath scene and squintern Clark's sudden change of heart towards his bottle-it-up-in-the-workplace attitude. Hodgins and Angela are so cute together though I wish that Angela and Bones get more camera time. If I were Angela I'd be jealous of Hannah! Looking forward to V-day episode and also the Sniper episodes too!
Concerning the triangle Booth, Bones & Hannah - I also don't like the way the writers are going with it.
First of all Bones declaring her love for Booth was quite a HUGE thing for her character because if you think about it: she was always the one saying "love doesn't exist", it's just some weird synapse connecting thing (or whatever) called science. So for her that was one freaking big step so I expected this episode to follow up on this kind of angle. Instead the writers decided not to and ignored it completely - Booth and Bones acted like nothing had happened at all - I don't think it's believable at all.
Second the reaction of Hannah was weird. Even if she trusts Booth completely and is absolutely sure about his love for her I don't believe that there are no jealous or awkward feelings (even the tiniest ones) at all. I mean if your boyfriend tells you that he used to have feelings for his best friend but she didn't and now this best friend declares her love for your boyfriend
I think last night's episode was a major disappointment. I'm sure a lot of devoted fans expected more given Brennan's revelation in The Doctor in the Photo. I found the personal issues very anti-climatic. I remember seeing some promo and them stating "Hannah can't deal". This is all nonsense. What we got was an indecisive Booth bothering Sweets with how he must tell Hannah. What was the point of this scene. Booth has always been self assured and can make up his own mind. The rather matter of fact way he tells Hannah and this is all taken very calmly doesn't gel very well with me. If Booth was so in love with Brennan as he stated at the end of the 100th episode how could he still not have some feelings left for her. I truly believe that his being in love with Brennan was not a side effect of his brain tumor and subsequent coma. I think he had been in love with her from the moment he set eyes on her during their first case.
This business with Brennan and Hannah being friends
The writers and PTB no longer have to worry about putting Booth and Brennan together ruining the show.
Keeping them apart the way they have done it for as long as they are doing it ... has already ruined it.
I can no longer imagine them together, not the "them" they now are.
I no longer want to either.
Ah it was a great ride as long as it lasted.
The one problem I really had with the episode was that there was zero chemistry (and little interaction) between Booth and Bones. The whole episode, they were either working alone or with other people, and that's not what drew anyone to the show in the first place. Whether it be romantically or not, the biggest draw in the show has always been the two leads working together as a team, and we just didn't see any of that last night.
This show has been off since they started "jumping the shark" with the Booth and Bones awkwardness at the end of the 100th. The center didn't hold, and now neither does the show. The characters are off and the plots are diminished. It has been painful to watch ever since, particularly since Hannah entered the scene and roboBooth appeared. They've taken the "everything happens eventually" at an iceberg pace (pre-global warming) and now there is no chemistry between ANYONE, much less our main characters Booth and Brennan.
It is incredibly ironic for the writers to worry about a future where Booth and Brennan are together at the same time they are DESTROYING the present by artificially keeping them apart. A dating Booth and Bones would be back to engaging with each other and bickering, because that's what they do, and do so well.
I found the last scene of last night's episode absolutely surreal, and felt that the overall episode was incredibly weak. I hope the sniper can turn
Sky tv in the UK has moved this programme to a less popular channel don't know why very odd
I get what everybody is saying about Brennan and Hannah -- and do think the objections would ring true if Brennan were a normal human being. I'm just not sure, despite realizing that the feelings she has, which she compartmentalizes with about as much involvement as she might organize a kitchen drawer, are both real and don't go away by her "I'll worry about that tomorrow" kind of detachment. Still, I can see her saying, "Booth told you," thinking to herself, "Boy, does this hurt," and then intellectually moving on with the reality facing her. What is new is that she may have been too detached to realize the Guido tribe was real people, but now she is facing that her feelings aren't something to examine in a documentary, but are hers.
And I'm not sure what else Hannah can do but what took place at the end. Booth has over and over made it clear to her that Brennan is his partner in as close a sense as could be. How could she feel completely sure of herself with him without figur
I agree with you both. Sorry, but even rational adults aren't going to be ok with the love triangle. I miss the B&B moments, it seems like the show is all about Booth and Hannah and a little Sweets.
I don't like Booth this season, he's not the sweet and attentive guy he used to be. I don't see why the show creators think B&B being together will ruin the show- B&B still have so many things to argue about and problems to deal with, I don't think it would ruin the tension at all but it would give them some new situations to put B&B in. They have teased for too long and Hannah has definitely overstayed her welcome. But I love Angela and Hodgins- cute, cute, cute!
I agree, the last scene with Brennan and Hannah seemed forced. It took a lot for Brennan to tell Booth about her feelings and this scene just trivialized her big declaration. I would have liked to have seen some display of internal struggle from Brennan in dealing with the aftermath while interacting with Booth and Hannah. As much as Brennan is able to 'compartmentalize', we have seen that she can be an emotional person. Looking forward to their 'stuck in elevator' situation!
I felt the same way about the episode. The last scene with Brennan and Hannah seemed so forced and unrealistic. What girl is gonna be BFF's with her boyfriend's partner that just confessed her true feelings to him?!? Are you serious?? Hannah should've told Booth to get a new partner and given Bones a stern warning, if this were real life. After last night's episode, this Hannah-Bones friendship is too unrealistic for me.
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