P.S. Above all, I was so happy that Brennan and Booth were front and center again ... just like they should be. Everyone else, go ahead and be as amazing as you can, but B&B are the gem in the center of the engagement ring. Doh! Bad analogy - but you know what I mean! : )
Exactly what you said! What an awesome episode! I LOVED it! So many wonderful things happening - B&B doing psych on Sweets (AWESOME). Hodgins translating Arastoo's poetry (Hilarious) "You are my carburetor!" Arastoo reciting his poetry to Camille (Holy crap - hot!), Brennan exploring her intuitive side with an actual HUNCH - - - LOVED IT! Booth telling the bad guy that his biggest mistake was pissing off 'My partner here'! I LOVED that - - - their relationship may have evolved, but, by GOD, they are still partners! Brennan saying "Gotcha!" B&B talking about their top three reasons why they love each other ... Booth not having reasons, Brennan finding that romantic. That was awesome! I wasn't sure I could buy Arastoo as Camille's love interest ... but we saw a new side to him last night and I'm buying it now!
THis was hilarious! I love it that they are such good friends ... and that they actually talked about having had thoughts about being together. Good for you, Nick, for saying you don't want others telling you what you can and cannot do with Jess ... and for saying if you wanna build her a dresser - you'll build her a damned dresser! "Do your thang, girl!"
OMG! The Nick and Schmidt relationship! OMG! That was awesome!
How dang cute is this show ... STILL!!! From Schmidt trying to head-but CC's new beau to ripping off his clothes to give the guy, then walking off in a vest and a cowboy hat. That was PRICELESS! And who could resist the tall, dark, handsome pediatrician? *Mother may I fanning self* I do wish she could have kept her feelings for him under wraps for at least another episode. It was great to watch her interact with the other characters as they discussed the new guy ... and then also to see her having fun with him. As always ... Nick. *sigh* Love that guy!
(Continuation from previous comment ".... national security person interviewing Bones would be required to sit exactly where she was until government black suits came to gather and destroy all of her interview notes. This Bones has gone from misinterpreted the Guido tribe of New Jersey to watching cartoons with her baby and introducing herself NOT as the world's greatest living forensic anthropologist but as Booth's mate. Happily! And I like this Bones and this season fine!" Keep Lovin' Bones MoxieGirl44The When and the How: A Bone to Pick
There have been several very powerful performances this season. My favorites have been the intense ones between B&B where they navigate the tumultuous waters of their still developing relationship. The writers, Boreanaz and Deschanel have done a masterful job of giving us that. However, a serial comedy that delivered abject intensity episode after episode would be unrealistic and daunting. There should be a natural ebb and flow to the overall story arc, which I feel they have provided for us. As Keith Vlasak mentioned, this Brennan is has come a long way, baby. This was @ Keith Vlasak's comment. I like it so much I'm copying it to bump it back to the top so new viewers can see it... "Yes, moving episode. No, this is not a bad season at all -- but your pointing out Bones would never butt slap ... makes me consider that this is a Bones who is not the same character in season 1, for instance, who supposedly could make a 10 second phone call and a national security person interviewing Bones would be required to sit exactly where she was until government black suits came to gather and destroy all of her interview notes. This Bones has gone from misinterpreted the Guido tribe of New Jersey to watching cartoons with her baby and introducing herself NOT as the world's greatest living forensic anthropologist but as Booth's mate. Happily! And I like this Bones and this season fine!"
Cute. Fun. Entertaining.
It was a respectful commentary on what that day meant to many Americans ... and people all over the world. It seems so many personalities and levels of impact were represented. The performances, Booth, Bones, Camille, Hodgins ... and especially all the interns ... they were excellent in their sentiment and their delivery. Unlike some, I bought the basketball coach twist. Bones would watch a successful team ... read about what made it a success ... and try to hone a new skill from it. IT gave us a reason to have all those squints together. Bravo, Bones!
That was such an excellent episode. All of it. Thank you, #Bones, most especially Steven Nathan and the entire cast who turned in some amazing performances.
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