The "nail in the coffin" remark is thoroughly unwarranted. Would the same have been said if Bones were aired another day of the week? This episode was quirky, gross, funny and had very tender moments. And no, there had been no Angela/Booth apology scene previous to this. Angela threw the wedding for her "bestie", not as an apology to Booth.
IMHO next week's numbers for Almost Human will be more telling.
Hmmm. Let me think. Character in a will they or won't they procedural, who is also a best selling author, is suspected of murder. Why does this sound familiar?
FYI..it's Michaela Conlin
Seems no one noticed, or cared, about what Eliot did and with who (whom?). He said he saw some old "friends". Well the "friend who helped blow up what looked like a missile silo was Adam Baldwin. Adam and Christian were both on Angel.
Enough with the Brennan bashing. She is not a coward, cold hearted "B", selfish or any of the other trash names. Brennan would not last 10 minutes in jail and everyone knew it. That's why Caroline messed up the search warrant...to give her time to get away. And Tamara (Cam) was so very good in this episode. The scene where she was just staring at the screen with the hair from Brennan's car and trying so very hard to keep from falling apart, was just, well words fail me. Brennan could not tell Booth she was leaving. Not because she is a sneaky coward, but because Booth couldn't know. He would have been in a world of hurt if he knew and didn't try to stop her or tell the cops. AS Booth said to Max "I am the system". He has to be able to work in the system to nail Pelant. HH did not "ruin" B&B's relationship any more than the relationship was ruined in the season 5 finale. In the end it will be strengthened. Looking forward to season 8 with great anticipation!
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