Michael -- really. You do not get to define who is, or what constitutes, a fan of any show. Grow up. You sound like a seventh grade girl from back when I was one. Meko, perhaps you missed the eposode, but Hotchner killed the C. Thomas Howell character with his bare hands. There is no more payback possible.
It is always lovely to see the charming Ralph Waite. He does a nice line in fathers and grandfathers. Now, a great-grandfather, on Bones, I guess. Too bad they did not kill off the disgusting Miss Wick instead of the darling Vincent Nigel-Murray. Sorry to hear she will be back. She is right up there with Hannah and the lab director from the first season in the list of characters I can do without. I have some serious doubts about the direction they will be taking this program this season. I really wish it had been cancelled after Bones and Booth parted at the airport. I could have remembered a great show which died young.
She was utterly brilliant on JAG. My parents were college professors, so I know one when I see one. She was totally believeable. I'm looking forward to this character.
I don't think either of those is a good choice. I would say that it is a bad idea, because the convolutions then necessary to have Alan and Jake living in Ashton Kutcher's house would be ridiculous. I see no reason to eliminate Charlie Sheen's character just because Charlie Sheen is a fool. Just have him stay in Paris with Rose. That is good enough. It worked when Bonanza wanted to get rid of Adam Cartwright. When HOSS Cartwright's actor, Dan Blocker, died, they gave him the grace of having his character also die, and mourning him. It was far more respectful. I don't think that Charlie Sheen's character deserves the respect of a death. Just have him vanish, and never speak of him again. That is sufficient. Mr. Sheen is punishment enough for himself. There is no reason why Chuck Lorre and everyone else should have to pile on.
Write to them and request it. Lots of programs add deleted scenes to their DVD's, so it would not be an unusual thing for them to do.
I think it was. It was poorly done. The whole season was Bones jumping one of every species of known shark on this planet. It remains to be seen whether they can salvage a formerly good show from the wreckage. I kind of doubt it. As I said, it took me a while thinking, to remember the end of the season. It was neither memorable nor well-done. I no longer care about this show the way I did. The actors don't seem to care as much, and why should I, if they don't? There was a lot of phoning-in this season. Booth showed contempt for Brennan. Brennan laughed like a loon. The season was just wrong, and bad.
She should have been at the funeral.
I had to stop and think for a while to remember the season 6 endeng of Bones. The whole season is one I hope to forget, like Bobby Ewing in the shower showing that Pam dreamed that whole abomination of a season on Dallas. I think that "shocker" is kind of an overstatement for that episode'e end. "Ho hum" would be more like it. Since they stated early in the series that the FBI does not permit agents to have personal relationships with other agents or consultants, I would like to know how that is going to be overcome. If it is just not mentioned, like the first director of the Jeffersonian's forensics lab is not mentioned, or if it is mentioned-cute, like her dating the boss of Booth a few seasons back, I will be very disgusted with them. But then, I already am. I am a lot more interested in what goes on with Cam's foster daughter, and seeing how Angela and Hodgins parent their son. Those story lines are far less contaminated. I am also interested to see which squinterns return. (Please, NOT Daisy!) I miss Caroline. I do NOT miss Sweets. And will there be some way to get Zack back for his yearly episode? Perhaps take the baby to his institution to introduce him to it?
I had no intention of watching this show, as I never saw China Beach, but I was too lazy to turn it off. Then I spent the entire hour trying to figure out where I saw that actor before, the one who payed the Col. And I wondered why such a handsome young man as the new male doctor would mess up his arms with all those huge tattoos. Can't say that the story impressed me. Still wondering about the actor who played the Col. (I never watched China Beach because that was the war of my generation, and it wasn't for entertainment. My father refused to permit Hogan's Heroes to be watched in our house; that was the war of his generation, and he said there was nothing funny about it at all.) (I saw Elias Koteas previously on Saving Grace. He was brilliant.)
It reaches the heights of ridiculous when the drama regarding the cast exceeds the drama regarding the stories, on a show about vicious killers. I like Mr. Gibson, but not his character, so much. However, I loathe the character portrayed by Ms. Brewster, so I hope Mr. Gibson comes back. However, this is ridiculous. CBS looks less competent all the time. I am beginning to wonder why they are the most watched network.
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