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Bones Preview: "The Devil in the Details" Season 5, Episode 14

This Thursday, Brennan and Booth go to church. That's the site of a murder on "The Devil in the Details." What stands out about the victim? 1. He was mental asylum patient. 2. His remains resemble the Devil. As always, we'll post the latest Bones quotes soon after the episode airs. In the meantime, check out a few photos from the hour, followed by the official Fox trailer for it: Source & Preview

'Bones': 100 Episodes, Endless Possibilities

We've got one more Bones episode until the winter hiatus, and that means that after this Thursday's episode, our favorite show will not be back on until April 8. I know, right? That will be exactly 62 days that we will be without Booth and Bones and the rest of the Squints. I personally do not know how I'm going to get through it yet, but, for now, I figured I'd expound on my theories for the hundredth episode given some clues I've seen in the past few episodes. WARNING: Possible spoilers below! To Read More Click Here .

Series Creator Hart Hanson Wants Conan O'Brien on 'Bones'

Not surprisingly, everyone wants a piece of Conan O' Brien. The short-lived host of The Tonight Show, who was recently embroiled in the NBC-Jay Leno controversy, is now a hot commodity as more and more TV shows are showing interest in hiring the 46-year-old comedian. "I would like Conan [O'Brien] to come and write on the show," Bones series creator Hart Hanson tell Though Bones is a crime procedural series, the idea of O'Brien working on Bones doesn't really seem that far-fetched. After all, word on the street is that FOX is developing a late night show for O'Brien as soon as his NBC contract is up this fall. Of course, Hanson isn't also ruling out a possible cameo. "Maybe we could find the world's tallest skeleton," the Bones producer said. "Flash back to [it being] Conan... His entire body was oppositely scalped. The only thing left is the [red] hair." Meanwhile, Hanson isn't the only producer who wants O'Brien on his show. Kurt Sutter, the brains behind FX's Sons of Anarchy, has also revealed last month that he would love to have O'Brien play a part in an IRA storyline for season 3. You can learn more about Sutter's invitation to O'Brien here. Source Here

Nightmare on Bones Street: Robert Englund to Guest Star

The latest piece of Bones casting news is a dream come true for horror movie fans. Or a nightmare, we should say. Robert Englund has signed on to guest star on a slasher-themed episode of the show this spring. The actor is best known for originating the role of Freddy Krueger. On the episode, Englund will portray a creepy custodian at Brennan's old high school. After initially planning on skipping her reunion there, Bnes changes her mind when a murder causes her and Booth to investigate the scene. It was also confirmed this week that American Idol champion Jordin Sparks, among others, will appear on Bones this season. Source Here

Fox tops Thursday with 'Bones,' 'Fringe' - Featured

Jeff Probst's special and possible backdoor pilot " Live for the Moment " looked like anything but a survivor Thursday, generating the lowest numbers in the 18-49 demo of any primetime show on an unusual night in the ratings. Fox, which broadcast firstrun episodes of " Bones " and " Fringe " against what was mostly a mix of reruns and unproven shows on ABC, NBC and CBS, had its best Thursday in a season that has seen the network make significant inroads on the night. Fox's Thursday average is up 25% in 18-49 and 65% in total viewers compared with the same weeks last season. The CW 's "Vampire Diaries" (1.8 rating/5 share in 18-49, 3.8 million viewers overall) also performed well, finishing second at 8 p.m. in 18-49 and first among females 12-34 and teens. Airing at 8 p.m.," Bones " (3.6/11, 12.4 million) was the demo's winner Thursday, posting its highest ratings since 2007, while "Fringe" (3.0/8, 8.9 million) tied its best 18-49 numbers of the season. Thanks to 10 p.m. timeslot winner " The Mentalist " (2.3/6, 11.0 million), CBS finished second to Fox on the night. " CSI " (2.0/5, 9.1 million) was second at 9 p.m., but 8 p.m. entry "Moment" (1.1/3, 4.7 million), in what is normally the dominant slot of "Survivor," struggled in virtually every demo. Its best showing was a third-place finish among viewers 50 and older. ABC's " The Deep End " (1.7/5, 6.0 million) tapered further from its sluggish premiere a week ago, perhaps not helped by the fact that " Grey's Anatomy " (1.5/4, 5.3 million) and " Private Practice " (1.2/3, 4.3 million) were repeats. "Deep End" did see improvement among men. NBC broadcast all reruns in its Thursday comedy block: " Community " (1.6/5, 4.2 million), " Parks & Recreation " (1.6/4, 3.7 million), " The Office " (2.1/6, 4.6 million) and " 30 Rock " (1.7/5, 3.9 million). " The Jay Leno Show " (1.2/3, 4.3 million) had a sliver of an overall viewer advantage over " Private Practice ." The CW's " Supernatural " (1.2/3, 2.6 million) lost a chunk of its "Vampire" leadin at 9 p.m., finishing fifth in that slot. Preliminary 18-49 averages for the night: Fox 3.3/9, CBS 1.8/5, Univision 1.8/5, ABC 1.5/4, NBC 1.5/4, CW 1.5/4, In total viewers: Fox 10.6 million, CBS 8.3 million, ABC 5.2 million, Univision 4.3 million, NBC 4.1 million, CW 3.1 million. Source Here

Promo - Bones 5.14 "The Devil in the Details"

Bones is all new on February 4 and I think it's the final episode before the show goes on hiatus for a few weeks for the Olympics. It's a religious episode, so you know Booth's Catholic-ness will come into play. Check out a promo below for the episode and then go view the promo photos we previously posted. IT'S A BATTLE BETWEEN GOOD AND EVIL ON THE WINTER FINALE OF BONES THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, ON FOX To Read More Click here .

Bones 100th Episode Party Photos

Photos from Bones 100th episode celebration. Click me!

TV Tonight: What's On Thursday 1/28 - Featured

The NBC comedies are taking a break this week, but there's still plenty of new TV including FOX, CW, and cable Thursday favs! Check out all that's on: 8/7c Bones on Fox The Deep End on ABC Vampire Diaries on The CW Live for the Moment on CBS 9/8c Fringe on Fox Supernatural on The CW Burn Notice on USA Network Skins on BBC America 10/9c America's Best Dance Crew on MTV Archer on FX Project Runway on Lifetime Television The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo 11/10c Taking the Stage on MTV The Daily Show on Comedy Central Models of the Runway on Lifetime Television 11:30/10:30c The Colbert Report on Comedy Central What will you be watching?

BONES "The Dentist in the Ditch" Season 5 Episode 13

Watch a sneak peek of BONES "The Dentist in the Ditch" Season 5 Episode 13 which airs this Thursday January 28 at 8pm on Fox. Episode Synopsis: When a human skeleton is discovered in the trenches of an old Civil War battleground, Brennan and Booth are called to the case. Despite the historical location, Brennan quickly identifies thebones as belonging to Dan Pinard, a present-day local dentist. While Booth investigates suspects, including the victim's former boyfriend, Hodgins and lab intern Vincent Nigel-Murray (guest star Cartwright) work doggedly to clean thebones of a stubborn clay residue which is preventing the team from determining a cause of death. Meanwhile, Booth's brother, Jared, (guest star Fehr) returns from his travels with some surprising news in the all-new "TheDentist in the Ditch" episode of BONES airing Thursday, Jan. 28 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Preview

Bones: Preview of Episode 5.13 "The Dentist in the Ditch"

After last week's big pregnancy bomb, Bones will reveal yet another startling news as Booth's brother, Jared, (guest star Brendan Fehr) returns from his travels in the 13th episode of the fifth season entitled "The Dentist in the Ditch." Meanwhile, this week's case alone already involves a lot of surprises. Just like any other Bones episode, tonight's installment kicks off with the discovery of human remains only this time it's in the trenches of an old Civil War reenactment site. Brennan and Booth are called to the case and Brennan quickly identifies that the bones belong to a present-day local dentist named Dan Pinard. Brennan and Booth question Chris Fife (Cameron Bender), the disgruntled ex-boyfriend of a dentist whose skeleton was found buried at a Civil War reenactment site as one of the suspects in the murder case. At the same time, Hodgins and lab intern Vincent Nigel-Murray (guest star Ryan Cartwright) work persistently to clean the bones of a stubborn clay residue which is preventing the team from determining a cause of death. Source & Preview