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Loved the episode - thought it was the best of the season. Can't wait for the series to end to find out the significance of the 4:47 that appears on the clocks in season finales. -It was in the 'Lab' finale, the 'off to search for bones in Indonesia' finale, the 'Pregnancy' finale and now this finale. Was it in previous finales
Dennis is right. Pelant is the lamest villain ever, because to make him the scariest big bad, he's been given super genius powers beyond believability. Making him able to fool an ankle bracelet is one thing, but taking apart old VCRs and make a laser to etch 3D fractals onto bone (The Crack in the Code) while under house arrest?? Give me a break!
This storyline is impossible to enjoy because Pelant's genius is so over sold and unbelievable. I just hope he's not a sign Bones is jumping the shark.
With so much junk on TV, this show really sets the bar high. I agree that Booth and Brennan have to come back fast, but Pelant is too smart for the writers to solve the case in one quick shot. Like the Gravedigger, Jacob Broadsky and Gromagone this needs everyone working together to get him. How they are going to get Brennen and Booth back and working to accomplish this should be interesting. I would imagine they get enought evidence to prove that Brennan is innocent so that she can join the team and go after Pelant.
I find the writing in this series to be excellent---I love the fact that Booth and Brennan are together and they have a baby--this adds many new and enjoyable dimensions to the show. the finale was of course very heart rending for all concerned, having just moved into their beautiful new home and getting comfortable to have to part-- Brennan is sure to miss her home and her man terribly-I for one am looking forward to the new season, when everything will be resolved.
thank god this season is over with.... what a trainwreck...
I thought the season finale was very good and I felt like I was on an emotional roller coaster. Pellant is an excellent nemesis and from the second the camera was on him I felt creeped out. The wolf ringtones were also pretty eerie/scary. I kept hoping some relief was in sight as more and more evidence was pointing in the direction of Brennan. Although Brennan can be pragmatic and logical about things I think it must have been very difficult for her to make the decision to "get off the grid". She know that Max knows how difficult it would be if she was arrested and choses to leave with baby Christine. Although Brennan did tell Booth she loved him and was with him not only just because of Christine it was devastating for Booth for her to take off without him. For me the creepiest moment was seeing Pelant in Christine's nursery. All I kept thinking was OMG he was in their house and then in the baby's room.
I was quite confused however because I have been reading comments on
Right now, I'm just thinking to myself: How will Bones be BONES without Bones (Dr. Brennan)?! Will the murder investigations continue without her? Or are we just going to watch her life as a fugitive?! Or both???
They should resolve this Pelant story arc IMMEDIATELY! I don't want Bones without Bones (Dr. B)! :(
Best season finally ever. Loved it.
I watch Gossip Girl and then I watch this and I think to myself, "How is Gossip Girl even still on the air?" This show is amazing...it's smart, funny, shocking! And I know some people think this season has been crap and the show is not and will never be the same but I'm loving it! It's like seasons past but with a new element. Brennan becoming a fugitive in another season would, of course, have had a big impact on Booth. But her running away in this season...it could change everything. The show has more weight...every moment is heavier and can have a more severe consequence than in previous seasons.
Another wonderful season. I wish we didn't have to wait until September to see what happens next.
WHO IS ETHAN SAWYER?
In which episode does he came out?
I hated aspects of this episode--so sad, with Booth desolate and even little Christine sad as Brennan drives them away, but it is an intricate plot and a whale of a story. Max was right--if she got caught into the tentacles of the system, she would never get free. And she doesn't want to be separated from her baby, like Max and her mom were forced to do with her and Russ. She did get to reaffirm her love to Booth, and gave him the joy of knowing his little one is now safely baptized into the Catholic Church--something very important to a devout Catholic like Booth. And Max was able to remind Booth that he was better at dropping out of sight than Booth would be, and that Booth's job is to take Pelant down so his family can safely return. It is a great story! And I think we were given a relatively lighthearted season to help us survive this dark storyline this Summer till we can see the rest of the story play out in the Fall. I, for one, am grateful for that!
I don't think this season was as good as the previous seasons so I just don't watch much of it anymore. The plots have gotten more and more strange over time. Most of the season finale was just not plausible.
Well, Dennis, go watch NCIS! You didn't see the part where Angela figured out how Pelant did his computer stuff! He subbed his codes into the spots where libraries scan the book codes into their systems, and that's how he got his codes out there to do his dirty work! Maybe you should watch the whole episode before you make pronouncements. I just watched it again to watch Pelant setting up his clock to replace for the one at B&B's home. But I still can't figure out if it is some kind of explosive device or something that allows him to transmit what is said there--oooh, so Booth be careful! You know, Pelant supposedly didn't know "anatomy", but he's been reading up on LOTS of subjects, and he's very bright, so Angela will help by analyzing the types of materials he read, and now they have the message from Brennan's friend, which I'm sure will help too. And Booth is free to pursue this outside the FBI boundaries, along with the Jeffersonian crew. I hated aspects of this episode--so sa
I haven't watched this show much this year. It has some of problems most shows get when they're on for a while - they get crazier and crazier plots. I turned it off half way through this episode. No way it was even remotely possible what that guy was supposed be doing. Changing ring codes?
Changing time stamps? Bones missing a needle punction??
I turned it off half way through. I know alot of stuff on tv could never happen in real life[ I still like NCIS LA!]
This was a terrible finale! The best part was Cam crying over the evidence against Brennan but other than that? It was so played up about Booth may or may not be returning and i didn't see anything that would have led to that conclusion. It was so out of character for Brennan to just take off especially with Christine after all she has said and been through because of her Dad and brother doing the same thing! I was expecting so much more.
i throught this show was great. i almost did not watch it because i did not like the other shows. but i did . it was great, i hope next years show has the same.
I almost changed channels several times - it was so emotional watching clue after clue point to Bones. Pelant needs to be caught and in an amazing way after all he's done. I agree with others - I WANT ZACK BACK!
OK, we all know things will work out, I can't wait to see how. If push came to shove I am convinced that Max would kill Palant for his daughter and grandchild. The next season can't come quick enough.
Thought this was a great season finale, but it was hard to watch because of all the powerful emotions going through the whole cast...very well acted, though, and I thought Angela did a particularly fine job doing her best to keep her friend out of jail. I sincerely hope next season that they rally all the 'squinterns' including Zack, and use their expertise to get Brennan off the hook and nail that bastard Pelant, who needs to be locked away in a padded cell for the rest of his life, if not put on death row. I imagine Booth will be beside himself without his wife and daughter, but I believe he will forgive them when they return after Brennan is proven innocent.
What an amazing season finale..Seeing David Boreanaz's face as he realized Bones was leaving with Christine was heartbreaking. And Emily Deschanel's performance as "Bones" is always extraordinary, but when she told Booth "I love you, Christine is not the only reason we are together" I just about cried. And Michaela Conlin as Angela showing her love for Tempest was so real. And Tamara Taylor as Dr. Saroyan doing the "right thing" through her tears.....just great ensemble acting all around.
So I hope the next season starts early so we can see how this horrible situation gets resolved. I hope the writers have some really terrific way to make sure Pelant gets what's coming to him for the horrible things he has done, especially to "Bones" and Booth & Christine.
I agree with one of the others-bring Zach back. He could be the answer to Pelant's genius-and it would be wonderful to have him back on the show.
Loved this episode! Hated that Brennan had to run with Christine, but in a way, could understand it. With all the crazies her and Booth had put away and Pelant's computer talents, she would have been a "goner" in jail or prison. She was between a rock and a hard place and I think Booth will see that when the smoke clears.
I am especially glad she told Booth how much she loved him and that it wasn't just because of the baby. She really loved him, it was important for him to know before she left.
Max's remaining behind to talk to Booth should help a little. He at least was able to explain and Booth's a smart man, he'll realize it's a smart course to follow.
Was looking forward to the four "bonus" episodes this summer, but now I am seeing that they are being wrapped into next season. Is that true?
I haven't felt this uncomfortable about Bones since Booth finally shot Jacob Broadsky. I know Max is right, I know he is the expert on evading the law when it's really necessary, I know that Brennan will be found innocent and that she and the baby will be okay.
I am still worried. It's bad enough that there have been a couple of gaps (hiati?) within the current season; now I have to wait till next season to see how they get out of this. I'm an old woman; I can't wait that long!
Now that was writing, It made me a nervous wreck. I loved every minute of it. Just, when the next season starts don't drag it out to much. I want Booth and Brennan together to raise their baby.
I just realized how much I have missed Booth's intensity. It doesn't have to be directed at Brennan all the time, but it is critical to the show. Upgrade the writing to keep it, please. Also, do better by Brennan. This season she was arrogant and hurtful to Booth about housing, believed the worst about Parker on little evidence, rejected her father for being out of touch one afternoon. I know she is supposed to be exhibiting all the uncertainties of human vulnerability with her daughter, but whether the failure is in the acting or the writing, it is not engendering sympthetic understanding - she's become unlikable.
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