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Most of you are missing the beauty in last night's episode... and the show in general - it's realistic. The fact that the fire between Booth and Brennan flickers, dies, reignites, and repeats is not to dull the situation, but to make it feel real to us viewers!
I had tears in my eyes at the end. I think on the vday one brennan is going to be dating someone.
Did anyone else think Booth was going to give Sweets the ring to propose to Daisy with???
I think the "Moonlighting" curse has set in for me. I don't know if it's the writing or what, but I'm not feeling the chemistry between Booth & Brennan. I kind of think the show missed its chance to get these characters together. Beginning of the end?
Last night’s episode of Bones was (like most of the episodes since the 100th episode) disappointing. The only good thing about the episode is Hannah is now gone. The case itself was only average and I was not impressed with the relationship aspect. David Boreanaz’s acting in this episode was good but I don’t think it was his best performance to date (as was stated on one of the sites). His emotional state at the end of the 100th episode was more evident and both Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz turned in their best work of the series during that episode.
I found it anti-climatic and a bit stupid that it would be Hannah who would not want to marry Booth simply by saying she’s not the marrying kind. I felt that it should have been Booth who had an epiphany and decided that it was Brennan that he loved best and then he would dump Hannah. To have Booth not be the one in control of the situation diminishes his character. This is twice that he has listened to Sweets
The only really interesting episode this season has been the Bullet in the Brain. Does anyone else find themselves sitting through the other Seasons 6 episodes, waiting for the boring murder investigations to end, just so you can get to the "good" parts between B&B?? Is that what this show has become?
I miss the old days when the murder investigations were creative, interesting, even funny. Now, they seem like trumped-up backdrops to the real drama of the show, the endless dragging out of the relationship between B&B.
People worry that getting B&B together will kill the show. I respectfully disagree. It's this dragging-it-out that's killing it for me. I'm tired of waiting. I want to see them together. And not in a dream sequence, or some other creative illusion. I want to see them together, happy together, working together, and starting a family together. It can be done. Once they're together and all the fans are happy, we can get back to focusing on the
I didn't like the Hannah storyline from the beginning, but it was so obvious she was a good character -- even won Parker over. Of all the scenarios I envisioned to break them up, this was one that didn't occur to me.
I also thought Booth shouldn't have thrown away the ring, but maybe he has one of those charge accounts that insures your purchases against loss... I don't think I would mind a recycled engagement ring, but then I received my ring 43 years ago. 8)
I thought that the episode was so-so, but we were all waiting for the end, weren't we? I'm so happy that Hannah is gone, but wish that it had gone another way - she should have refused based on the fact that she knew that B&B love each other, and he should see it too. Obviously she feels that way, as she sent Bones to him at the bar. And I think that the amount of hurt that we saw Booth in last night was not because of Hannah. Yeah, he may have fooled himself into thinking that she was THE ONE, but she was really just a rebound and he was out of character throughout his entire short relationship with her. Obviously neither of them listened to each other, and I have to admit, I was never a fan of Hannah's, but I got even more ticked off last night with her whole "I thought we'd have more time before this...". Who moves in with someone, says they love them, and doesn't see it going in a certain direction? But she's now gone and will not come back and Booth is finally angry and
I loved this episode!! Its nice to see Brennan and Booth break down to each other and really start to connect again!! Love love love love it!
Can you honestly see Brennan with that tacky, huge ring on her finger? Considering the amount of time she's in latex gloves, that ring would be impractical. Plus the whole recycled ring is a definite taboo.
I am really getting tired of this whole Booth- Brennen thing.
I think Booth is going to draw back and devote more time to his son. Things will slowly go back to the way they were. but PLEASE don't give us another dream thing.
I just really would love to c Booth & Brennan get together !!
Booth really hit the spot when he said "What is it with women who just dosn't want what i am offering here?" they are stupid and blind, thats what they are. no matter what theis IQ is.
great episode. i really enjoyd watching those tricks with the bikes.
Moan moan moan get over it people. There's only so mug they can put into one episode!
I mean "subconSciously" ... sorry for bad spelling - not my mother tongue. ;)
I think Booth wasn't really into marrying Hannah - in the beginning when Sweets was talking a lot about how much he loved Daisy (her nose etc.) Booth tried to direct the conversation into another direction, I think he felt a little uncomfortable. But when Sweets mentioned that he didn't want to end up like Booth that's when Booth decided to marry Hannah - like it was some kind of competition and he had to prove something. Next he chose the biggest ring he could find - to compensate for his lack of true commitment probably? He didn't really give much thought about which ring Hannah would like etc. And when Hannah rejected him she mentioned she did tell Booth a lot that she wasn't the marrying kind before he just didn't listen. For me that sounds that he did listen but subconciously wanted to end this relationship so he proposed - subconciously knowing that Hannah would say no. In his heart he knew. We'll see how all this is gonna turn out, somehow I'm not sure if this was the last we sa
That's it. I'm officially giving up on Bones. Sorry, Emily D!
I just had to post a comment on this episode because I have had such a hard time this season watching episodes. They all felt so out of sync, and the chemistry between B and B (not even romantic, but their friendship itself) was gone. Booth avoided Bones for several episodes, and even when he was present... well, you know. It sucked, but after a few episodes, it hit me how much Booth must be pissed. Why wouldn't he be? He is allowed to be angry... he got his heart broken. This episode, from the moment Booth started in with the silent treatment on Hannah, I think everyone got to see just how hurt he is. Anyway, I am hooked. I cannot wait to see how the writers finish the season.
this show has went from my favorite to on that sucks. done bye bye
Yeees, she's gone, Booth and Brennan will be together.
I really didn't find the episode too interesting besides the emotional proposal subplot. Honestly I would have preferred Booth dump Hannah, but this way I hope he learns to regain faith in well women. More specifically the fact that Brennan in her own way loves him. I think that they will pull these guys together this season otherwise I don't know how they'll continue to keep this show together, but thats just me. Here's to hoping!
I have no idea why people are adamant about
Brennan and Boothe getting together. Why can't
It just be a great show about a brilliant scientist
and her FBI partner. I think all the personal drama
wether B and B or Boothe and Hannah
Is distracting. Remember in the early seasons
When there was flirtation in the partnership
But it wasn't the overlying theme. I want that
Not gray's anatomy in dc
The sniper episode is coming soon. Next it is the Valentine's Day one and then the next sniper one I believe. I just can't wait for the one after the sniper ep where they are stuck in an elevator together... Sweets I think realized that if he cared more about the money than getting Daisy the perfect ring then he wasn't ready to begin with. I think this was very in character for him as he isn't too overly emotional but at the same time he understood what it meant. He also could have gotten cold feet. Why is it that just because he is a psychologist everyone expects him to have the answers and to do the perfect right thing? Did you really want it to be all about the proposal? It is better the way they did it so that it could have the ending that it did. I love the squintern added a lot of humor to the ep, at least for me anyway. The crime was good though I think the whole proposal thing dominated my thoughts too much. I too didn't like Hannah and am glad to see her leave. I also never li
that was suppose to read now that Hannah is out of the picture instead of not that Hannah is out of the picture. I think she is and I'm glad.
maybe he will propose to Brennan not that Hannah is out of the picture. I hope he does.
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