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Great review of an even greater episode!
SueAnn: What went on there? Writers brain farted what they had already written. Common occurrence...although I am reasonably certain that even Temperance wouldn't choose to prance around nekkid in front of Pops...
Great episode with some really superb, nuanced writing and acting. Waite is such a perfect counterpoint for David/Seeley-no, that doesn't make Gibbs Seeleys' uncle....thank you, God........
Can't wait for the "baby" episode...my guess is that Seeley will need a doctor long before Temp does...
I agree wholeheartedly with Lisa!
loved the episode!!! it was great to see brennan being there for booth after all the years he's helped her through things, now it was her turn and she did great. david boreanaz's acting was amazing! he did a great job portraying the emotions. i loved the ending it made me cry watching it.love Bones hope the show continues for a long time :D
Tonights show hit just the right note for me.I didn't have a good relationship with my parents and it made me remember.Love the show and watch all the reruns.The writers are coming around better then when it's new season started.There is fun and the all serious side.Loved seeing Ralph Waite
I'm the kind of person who writes my own interpretations into what I'm watching. (E.g., "They're not saying that now, but remember when they said..."
So I got a surprise this time. I was waiting for the usually empathetic Booth to say, "Pops, I'm sorry; he was your son." It was Brennan who understood it better.
Good episode. I figured out the murder weapon because I've managed to cut myself on tape guns. Klutz!
Wonderful episode. The ending made me tear up a bit. DB was great. Brennan's aching boobs scene was too much. Overall I loved it.
One question- Does this make Gibbs Booth's uncle?
Bones is back! That's how I feel. I felt completely cheated by the Season 6 ending, and subsequent fast-forwarding. And I wasn't that impressed with the first few episodes. But this....this was just perfect. Emotional, funny, awesome character portrayal. Booth and Bones at their best.
I love this version of Bones, awkward but caring and genuinely concerned about those she loves.
Now, add me to the list of fans begging for a flashback of the night they first got together. It doesn't have to be pornographic. But I want to see their first REAL kiss where they have both admitted their feelings. I want that AH YES FINALLY!!!! moment
Last night's episode of"Bones"was everything you said it was,and then some!!I was so moved by the revelations inre Booth's father;the grandfather's last attempt at breaking through Seely's resentment and anger was very touching,and Angela's timely advice to Brennan showed her to be a rock-solid friend.As for"Bones"herself...Well!Who'da thunk it? Let's just say she showed true genius on this occasion! I had actually lost interest in this show for a while;it was almost by accident I caught last night's episode.Needless to say,it was one of the best"Bones"I've ever seen,and I'm glad I saw it(all the rest of the cast was great too!)-Peace!
This was the first episode of this series which I actually liked in a very long time. Nearly a year. The two things I liked the most were Ralph Waite, of course, and Clark Edison. Waite always exceeds expectations; he is brilliant. I am looking forward to seeing the cast of the Waltons on the Today Show tomorrow, their 40th anniversary, in large part to see him being himself. He is so utterly "in" his roles that I don't know much about Mr. Waite himself.
Clark Edison was truly hysterical in the first seasons he was on, when he was continually urging all around him to focus on the swork, and continually quitting because they would not. He was a delight. The actor has a very expressive face. He has been kind of over-the-top in his over-sharing since his character had a change of heart, which I blame on the writers and the directors, not on the actor.
But tonight, he hit just the right note of trying to be personally interested in others, and ruefully realizing that he had b
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