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Bones Season Finale Review: Hunted

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!

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Bones Season Finale Review: Hunted

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 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!

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