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Ooops hit submit too soon...The scariest villain hands down was Howard Epps. Now he was seriously creepy!
Wow great episode, yes it felt rushed but I think this was to underline the fact that everyone felt extremely anxious to "solve" the case and bring Brennan back. There was definitely a sense of urgency from all the characters; from the Jeffersonian team to clear Brennan, to Agent Finn who wanted to arrest her. Is Finn involved with Pelant/Basaam? Of course. To what extent? Who's calling the shots in that "partnership"; if indeed there is one. Brennan and Booth-of yes they're definitely back! The chemistry was off the charts, but there is an underlying resentment esp on Booth's part. It's not all "lollypops and candycanes"! I think next week's episode will touch on this further. Emily and David were awesome as was everyone. I know that HH and SN say that Pelant is so scary/creepy, but I agree with Carlos. He really isn't, at least not yet. The scariest villain hands down
I really hate Sweets. He is so predictable and boring and always has to be a paragon of duty and ethical conduct. Everytime he talks I feel like falling asleep, which is a shame, he's a fine man to look at. Hodgins has been showing more and more character growth and I loved it that he snapped with Pelant.
@ Nisan -
I have not actually seen any more of this season. The comments I made regarding future episodes are part my own predictions and part based on interviews I've read (and conducted, at this year's Comic-Con) that I thought might paint the season premiere in an interesting light, relative to the season's broader narrative. Nothing has been spoiled, however, because I truly don't know what happens next!
Wonderful episode. Sorry the reviewer saw more of this season, sorta taints the view when you know what's going to happen. We don't need to hear about that stuff. As to this episode, Brennan and Booth, their inter action with each other is much better this season. Last season they seemed estranged the entire time. The scene when she comes into his Motel Room and flips him, come on, how could no one mention that? Brennan is so cool and obviously Booth loves her very much. Nice acting guys, really. Everyone played their part, did their job and won the day. Max, gotta love Max, definately will be the one to kill Christopher Pelant and good riddens to bad rubbish.
Last nights episdoe was awesome..I like seeing this side of Hodgins..I think that Flynn is involved somehow....him not wanting to look into other possiblites, with Pelant calling him..to him picking up the flower.. and when Booth got his job back.. didn't Flynn say he was going to be working with International Affairs.. and later that night Pelant all of a sudden isn't Pelant?! Just a few of my rambelings...
Weren't we obsessing about a clock the last episode?
I felt like this episode's plot was kinda rushed due to their need to get things back to the status quo, but otherwise it was excellent. Having Pelant get out of everything at the last minute was expected though, I'd never even seen any of the trailers or anything and I still expected it, he's too good of an antagonist to just be thrown in jail and that's it.
As for the old FBI agent, I thought from the beginning that he was probably Pelant's mole, the sheer amount of obsession that guy had with getting Bones arrested throughout the episode on top of everything else the man did (I can't remember that guy's name either) to imped the team's efforts beyond all reason clued me in on that, the flower in the trash can just made it all but a certainty.
I also agree with Aussie and AWoods! My heart beat overtime when I saw that. Even though it was a true WTF moment it can still be something the writers did just to throw the viewers for a loop. But hopefully not. It was soo amazing I don't know what to write. #PTSD
Totally agree with Alwoods and Aussie. When I saw him pick up the flower, I wondered if he was the real guy behind it all and if the other guy could just be scape goat.
Totally agree with AWoods the white hair guy who was relieving Booth of his duties has a much bigger SL then anyone has seen coming, was totally my first thought when he reached in a took that flower out of the bin. Wouldn't surprise me if he is actually Pelant and the other guy was a total decoy.
I'm going to call it now, Clark is gonna get sum action with oh what's her name the boss of Jeffersonian anyway.
Well the washing machine sex almost happened damn it Booth why did you answer the phone.
Does anyone know the song that was playing near the end of the show?
I'm surprised no one mentioned the fat=ct that at the very end, the white-haired FBI guy who temporarily took booth's place (I'm sorry I forget his name) reached into the trash and pulled out the flower as if he had a hidden place in everything that was going on. I wouldn't completely pull him off my radar for later episodes. Anyway, SO HAPPY BONED IS BACK!!
Cool episode, although I felt a little weird. It was extremely different from the previous premieres, I'm not use to see a particular villain walking around, and watching inside conflicts between characters, the show is usually about a team whom solve cases. I felt disappointed for not seeing too much conflicts after Brennan appeared. I was expecting a protest coming from her friends. It was kind of "lollypops and candy canes". It would have make the storyline way stronger if they would've brought more conflicts..For the moment, I feel the villain doesn't look like a big threat, he is just NOT CREEPY, at least not to me, but I love this show, and I'll keep watching to see what comes out.
Jumpy claps - Sweets has a gun! Loved Max, and the B&B make-outs.
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