Brennan and Booth look into the death of a man murdered for the contents of his briefcase. The evidence leads them to suspect that a group of secret operatives were behind the murder, and their suspicions are confirmed when remains of a CIA agent are found in the trunk of a car. When Brennan and Booth question the CIA's Assistant Director of Intelligence, they question the man's allegiance to the U.S. Meanwhile, the financial success of Brennan's latest book leads to a rift between her and Booth... Watch & Discuss: Watch Bones: Season 5, Episode 2 - 'The Bond in the Boot' Read Bones' Review: Season 5, Episode 2 - 'The Bond in the Boot'
Booth saying the L word to Brennan may be the best season appetizer in the history of Bones so it's going to be hard to top last week's premiere but it looks like the second episode of the fifth season is just as promising. And judging from the promo trailer, we'll find Booth and Brennan dealing with a body, a gun and a silver car as they investigate a new case, which gets even more interesting as the show takes on a James Bond twist. "The Bond in the Boot" kicks off with Booth and Brennan examining the body of a man murdered for the undisclosed contents of a briefcase. Early evidence leads the team to suspect secret operatives are behind the killing and their assumption is further supported when they discover the remains of a CIA agent in a trunk of a car. Oh and the body is somewhat in liquid form so you can just imagine Booth throwing in some kind of banter for some comic relief. Unfortunately, looking into the CIA proves to be a difficult task because when Booth and Brennan interrogate the CIA's Assistant Director of Intelligence, they are left unsure of his allegiance to the U.S. At the same time, Brennan's best-selling book leads to financial success and serves as a point of conflict with Booth. Moreover, Jeffersonian intern Wendell (guest star Michael Grant Terry) loses his scholarship, leaving the team to look for alternative funding to keep him around in. Source & Preview
Six weeks have passed since Booth and Brennan have seen each other. During this time, Booth has been recovering from brain surgery and Brennan has been busy on a dig in Guatemala. Angela's psychic, Avalon Harmonia, reveals that there are bodies buried under a fountain in DC, but both Booth and Brennan are skeptical when Angela tells them about it. However, when the lead pans out, Booth and Brennan find 11 bodies buried underneath a fountain. Meanwhile, Booth has to deal with side effects of his ... Watch & Discuss: Watch Bones: Season 5, Episode 1 - 'Harbingers in the Fountain'
A body, a gun and a silver Aston Martin, Brennan and Booth are led to a Bond-themed murder. Next week on "Bones", the agents investigate the body of a man murdered for the undisclosed contents of a briefcase. Read more.
After having brain surgery in the Season 4 finale, Booth's personality has changed drastically, as we'll see vividly in the show's season premiere (Thursday, 8/7c, Fox). How will that affect Bones and Booth's relationship? Series stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz both sat down with TVGuide.com to discuss Booth's recovery. Will love blossom as he convalesces? Boreanaz has a different question: "What if they never do get together?" Find out what else is in store this season.. Source & Video
* Bones (8/7c Fox) Series creator Hart Hanson, who took some heat for the alternate-reality love scene between Brennan and Booth at the end of last season, explained that the latter's "who are you?" remark was due more to coma-induced confusion than amnesia. But as the fifth season begins, Booth is declared mentally fit to pursue bad guys again, and tonight he and Brennan try to figure out how - or why - a psychic (Cyndi Lauper) knows that a Washington, D.C., fountain is hiding a mass grave. * VH1 Divas (9/8c VH1) A who's who of today's top female singers take to the stage at the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn for a lyrical ladies' night out as well as to raise funds for the VH1 Save the Music Foundation. Adele, Kelly Clarkson, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson, Leona Lewis and Jordin Sparks headline the event, which is also slated to feature Sheryl Crow, Melissa Etheridge, Cyndi Lauper and Martina McBride. Paula Abdul hosts. * Survivor: Samoa (8/7c CBS) The 19th edition of the series could be called Survivor: Southern California. Half of this season's 20 castaways live there, with eight hailing from Los Angeles. One player definitely not from La-La Land is 36-year-old Texan Russell Hantz, who is "the closest thing to evil" to ever appear on the show, according to host Jeff Probst. In tonight's premiere, two tribes are immediately formed: Galu and Foa Foa. Then, without speaking to each other, each group elects a chief who will make all of the decisions for his or her tribe. * Community (9:31/8:31c NBC) Joel McHale, the snarky host of E!'s The Soup, makes the leap to network television in a new comedy series that also stars Chevy Chase. McHale plays a quick-tongued lawyer who's used to talking his way out of trouble... that is, until his degree is revoked and he's forced to seek higher learning at a Colorado community college. While there, he pursues a fellow student (Gillian Jacobs) and forms a study group to spend time with her. Naturally, it backfires, leaving him leading a mismatched group of oddballs in their studies. * It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (10/9c FX ) Real estate is the theme of the fifth-season opener. First, Frank takes advantage of the mortgage crisis by buying a foreclosed house. Do you think it bothers him that the foreclosed family's still in the house? Mac and Dennis get the bug, too, and decide to become a good-cop, bad-cop sales team (Honey & Vinegar Real Estate), and an uncharacteristically entrepreneurial Dee rents out some personal real estate: She becomes a surrogate mother for a yuppie couple. * Project Runway (10/9c Lifetime Television ) In the wake of creating party dresses for the models themselves last week (it was crystal clear that Qristyl was out), the designers turn the page and take on an unconventional-materials contest. They'll make big headlines by creating clothes from newspapers. Read all about it, read all about it: It appears a shocking, front-page scandal will erupt tonight. Actress Eva Longoria Parker and fashion luminary Tommy Hilfiger are the guest judges. Source Here
While other TV shows are trying to spice things up with some flash-forward time jumps, Bones has opted to rewind all the way back to Booth and Brennan's first-tag team assignment for the series' 100th episode. But it's more than a trip down memory lane, according to Bones creator Hart Hanson, who told Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello about the potentially hilarious chapter. Sounds good? Don't get your hopes up just yet since this blast from the past storyline hasn't been written yet, much less written in stone. On the other hand, I'm guessing that there's a huge possibility the writers are going in with this direction since Hanson is already hinting about it. "It's in the bin of ideas for the 100th episode, but it's a big bin!" Hanson jokes. "We alluded in the pilot," Hanson reminds, "that the first time they worked together -- the time before the pilot -- that it went very badly. They had a terrible time. So it would be really fun to do a flashback episode." I'm normally not a fan of flashback episodes simply because it spoils the fun out of the anticipation of watching a new episode. It gets even worse as one character says "remember when..." while the screen fades into a montage of clips that you've already seen before. Perhaps that would make more sense for someone who hasn't seen the show but I'm confident that the people behind Bones know better. I'm even more optimistic because Bones' 100th episode is also the episode being directed by lead star David Boreanaz. That alone should get you all excited. Source Here
Watch a sneak peek of the season 5 premiere of Bones "Harbingers in the Fountain" which airs this Thursday September 17, at 8pm on Fox. Also check out our early review of the episode here. Episode Synopsis: BONES "Harbingers in the Fountain" Season 5 Premiere - It's been six weeks since Booth and Brennan have seen each other. Booth has been recovering from brain surgery, and Brennan has been on a dig in Guatemala. Angela's psychic, Avalon Harmonia (guest star Cyndi Lauper), reveals while reading Angela's tarot cards that there are multiple bodies buried under a Washington, DC fountain. Angela shares the information with Brennan and Booth, but they're both a little skeptical considering the source. The lead pans out, and the duo find the remains of 11 bodies exactly where the psychic said they would be. Meanwhile, Sweets has certified Booth mentally fit to return to duty after his brain surgery, but Booth is still experiencing some side effects from the coma in the Harbingers in the Fountain season premiere episode of BONES airing Thursday, Sept. 17 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. To Watch The Promo Click Here . Source Here
Check out the first pictures of the season 5 episode 2 of Bones which will air Thursday, September 24 at 8pm on Fox. The episode is titled "The Bond in the Boot". The story is going to involve some super secret spy stuff. Can't wait! Episode Synopsis: Brennan and Booth investigate the body of a man murdered for the undisclosed contents of a briefcase. Early evidence leads the team to suspect secret operatives are at work, and their theories are supported when the liquefied remains of a CIA agent are discovered in the trunk of a car. When Brennan and Booth interrogate the CIA's Assistant Director of Intelligence, they are left unsure of his allegiance to the U.S. Meanwhile, Brennan's best-selling book leads to financial success and serves as a point of contention with Booth, and Jeffersonian intern Wendell (guest star Michael Grant Terry) loses his scholarship, leaving the team to look for alternative funding to keep him around in The Bond in the Boot episode of BONES airing Thursday, Sept. 24 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. For More Pics Click Here .
Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz already have good chemistry in real life but once the cameras starts rolling, their on-screen rapport completely transforms into sexy hot tension that works for the Fox procedural Bones. It's been there from day 1, says the odd pairing whose about to return to our TV screens on September 17. "We continually work on each episode and each moment, in each scene, to develop that chemistry," Boreanaz told iesb.net. "And, in order to develop that chemistry, you have to trust the other person you're working with. With that trust comes a lot of things that you can't really share with other people because it's between the two of us, and I cherish that. She is not only someone I work with, but she has become part of my family. I can look at Emily and say that I enjoy the moments I have with her because they lead to me becoming a better person. And, in doing so, I learn about her, hence we get chemistry. I think that chemistry has developed in the last four seasons, in a very strong way." Sure, Booth and Brennan's relationship is the main reason why I tune in but aside from that, Bones has other things to offer this season, including the arrival of Tamara's adopted daughter, some sex education and, of course, more bones to investigate. "I just did a scene with Tamara Taylor, who plays Camille Saroyan, in which she is trying to learn about teaching her adopted daughter about sex. And so, she has this book with a cartoon penis in it. And, I did another scene with Eugene Byrd, who plays Clark Edison. In that scene, he comes back from collecting a bunch of bones from train tracks, and I'm really making him work very hard to gather bones from the victims we are working on," Deschanel revealed. At the same time, there's also that revolving door of assistants that will carry on this season, as well as a collaboration with the FBI, making room for appearances from Booth's colleagues in the cop circuit. "We are also investigating doing it with the FBI now, which I think is really interesting because we haven't seen much of the rookies in Booth's world. It would be really interesting to see the revolving door of FBI assistants. What's great about the experience of working with these guys is that they open up the realm of possibilities," Boreanaz added. Source Here