Brennan will ask Booth to father her child on May 7, a request that leads to Stewies (from Family Guy) first of two appearances in hallucinations "Stewie will be in the sperm donation room with Booth," explains Nathan, who says Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will sign off on all of Stewie's dialogue. "Whatever Seth wants to do is fine. As far as I'm concerned Stewie can sing!" Read An Earlier Post For Other New On B/B Baby Drama Soo Post A Comment On What Your Thinking
It's an animal affair on next week's episode of " Bones ". The staff are getting 'wild' and are playing 'monkey business' on "The Doctor in the Den". The episode is bumped for a week to April 2 to give room for President Obama's press conference. The half-eaten body of Cam's former fiancee is found in the tiger cage at the zoo, and Booth and Brennan determine the death was no accident. The team pieces together the fiancee's final evening and questions suspects, including Brandon Casey (guest star Chad Lowe) whom Sweets and Angela hypnotize to help jog his memory. Meanwhile, words of a crossover between "Bones" and "Family Guy" have been making rounds via EW. Booth will have a hallucination of the animated series' baby Stewie as a result of his life-threatening health. Exec producer Stephen Nathan said, "This is going to sound odd, but it is a completely believable event given (Booth's condition). It's not just a fantasy of ours. There's medical research to back up what's going on with Booth. There are conditions where you can see cartoon characters." While on the subject, Nathan emphasized that the sex scene expected between Brennan and Booth will not be a hallucination. This instead, will provide a bridge to the story leading to the appearance of Stewie in May. "Stewie will be in the sperm donation room with Booth," Nathan teased. To Watch The Preview Click here . Source here
Suddenly, the cancer-induced ghost sex Izzie was partaking in on Grey's Anatomy isn't looking so preposterous. As I previously reported, David Boreanaz' Bones alter ego will suffer a life-threatening health crisis this May that will cause him to hallucinate. Well, I can finally reveal the destination of his head trip: Quahog, Rhode Island. Put another way, Booth is getting a visit from Family Guy's acid-tongued baby villain, Stewie! No joke! "This is going to sound odd, but it is a completely believable event given [Booth's condition]," maintains executive producer Stephen Nathan, who declined to reveal the mystery ailment causing his visions. "It's not just a fantasy of ours. There's medical research to back up what's going on with Booth. There are conditions where you can see cartoon characters." But don't expect to see Emily Deschanel's Brennan sparring with the evil tot: The cartoon cameo will be limited to Boreanaz. "We were never going to have Stewie just walk into the lab and start talking to everybody -- that would be a bald and shameless crossover," Nathan adds with a laugh. "It was always conceived to be a realistic hallucination... one that would lead us to what we wanted to do with Booth and Brennan." In case you've been living under a rock without Wi-Fi, what they want to do is get the two detectives in bed having sex in the May 14 season finale -- an event Nathan assures me will "not be a hallucination." But first, Brennan will ask Booth to father her child on May 7, a request that leads to Stewie's first of two appearances. "Stewie will be in the sperm donation room with Booth," explains Nathan, who says Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will sign off on all of Stewie's dialogue. "Whatever Seth wants to do is fine. As far as I'm concerned Stewie can sing!" What do you think? Is this crossover too silly even for Bones? Or do you have faith that the ends (Booth's diagnosis on May 7) will justify the means (Stewie!) Sound off below! Source here
President Barack Obama will hold a prime-time press conference on Tuesday, March 24, from 8 to 9 pm/ET. The purpose: to further discuss his budget plan. As a result, the Big 4 broadcast networks are scrambling to relocate - or in some cases bump - scheduled original programming. Perhaps first and foremost, American Idol 's two-hour Top 10 performance show has been moved from Tuesday to Wednesday, where it will preempt Lie to Me . Idol's results show will thus air next Thursday at 8, bumping poor, beleaguered Bones (which this week is kicking off what was supposed to be 11 straight new episodes). CBS plans to start new Tuesday episodes of NCIS and The Mentalist an hour later, and disappear Without a Trace . NBC, meanwhile, will lead out of Obama with The Biggest Loser , which will air its two hours starting at 9 pm. The not-quite-as-big loser for the Peacock is Law & Order: SVU, which gets bumped. ABC will simply slot Obama where a pair of According to Jims were to air, while Dancing with the Stars ' results show stays put. No harm, no foul. Obama's Tuesday news conference represents his third prime-time appearance in the past six weeks. POTUS also is a guest on Thursday's The Tonight Show. Source here
When a petrified human body is found buried in a mound of salt in a city de-icing truck, Booth and Brennan are on the case. They discover the victim, Ashley, was a 16-year-old high school volleyball player who had been missing for three weeks. When the team discovers Ashley was pregnant at the time of her death, they are shocked to find that nearly half of her volleyball team is either pregnant or already has a baby, and the press reports an alleged pregnancy pact. Booth and Brennan must delve through the complex web of relationships to find a motive for Ashley's murder. Meanwhile, when Angela and Roxie discuss adopting a dog, they must confront larger issues in their relationship in The Salt in the Wounds episode of BONES airing Thursday, March 19 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on Fox. To Watch The Preview Click Here . Source here
Bones and Booth Are Trapped In A resonance chamber Together (a room were sound is amplified) and by the look of there faces in the last picture... its painfully loud!
Yes, the much-discussed sex scene between Temperance "Bones" Brennan and Seeley Booth is going to happen in the Bones season-four finale. No, it is not a hallucination. We just chatted up Bones bosses Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan, and as S.N jokes, "We did some research and found out that sex is very closely related to having children. We were shocked ourselves." So what does the sex mean for our fave twosome, and which beloved character is returning for the season finale? Here's what we know: You longtime fans will be delighted to know that the writer-producers of Bones are taking this step forward seriously. As Hart says, "I think the audience will be very satisfied with the sex scene, and the way that it sets up the next season and the way things unfold between Bones and Booth." So why the change of Hart after years of putting the kibosh on B&B? He tells us, "The fact is, when we started Bones, we knew that we would never have to face the day of reckoning of when to have Booth and Brennan consummate their affair, because no show ever goes that long. And now here we are. We have to pay the piper. I think it was about six months ago that Stephen and I just quietly between the two of us started talking about how we were going to contend with that huge, hanging sword of Damocles issue of their sex life." And for the record, the baby issue is key to the decision, at least on Brennan's side. Stephen explains, "It started with the idea of Brennan-who has been so adamant about not wanting a child for so long-finally realizing that it might be good for her to have a progeny to have someone as brilliant as she in the world when she leaves. So she is thinking about having a child, and she realizes that Booth is genetically an excellent match for her." Another hint that this knot of storylines leads to a wee B&B Jr.? When asked about future appearances by Booth's beloved son Parker, Hart says, "Yes, we will see Parker. Of course, Booth's family life, including his son, fit into our consequences coming up in season five." As for the actual sex, they haven't shot the scene yet, but we have solemn promises that it is not the product of Booth's currently fevered imagination.
Directed to a high school, Booth and Brennan must investigate the murder of a young girl named Ashley who was pregnant when she died. Read more.
If you think Seeley Booth, David Boreanaz's character on Bones, has been goofy this season, you should sit down with the actor after he's been doing press all day and be his last interview -- which we were yesterday. We had more than 200 reader questions submitted for Boreanaz, who also directs tonight's episode, "The Bones That Foam" (Fox, 8 p.m. ET). Of course, he didn't have time to answer all of them. But we got in as many as we could before we had to part ways. (NOTE: If you want an actor to give you spoilers on his show, which many of you did, you need him to be drinking something stronger than a Sprite. Sorry!) To Read The Full Interview Click Here .
* Bones (8 pm/ET Fox) The Jeffersonian team certainly take their chances, but could they be so reckless as to lose a corpse? Of course, that doesn't mean they've misplaced the body of a shady car salesman; it's just that when the dead man's bones start to disintegrate, the team only have 24 hours to find out how he died - and who killed him. David Boreanaz, who plays FBI agent Seeley Booth, pulls double duty by getting behind the camera to direct his first episode of the series. * The Office (9 pm/ET NBC) Michael pulls a wily Willy Wonka scheme tonight. Taking a cue from the fictitious chocolatier, Michael suggests placing "golden tickets" inside paper packages as discounts for clients. But all that glitters isn't gold: Michael's idea backfires, as is common, and office problems spread. On the flip side, Kevin's love life might be as good as gold when the piteous office drone sets out to woo a woman. Here's hoping it's the sweet lady from the corporate complex he met at last week's lonely-hearts party. They make such a golden couple. * Grey's Anatomy (9 pm/ET ABC) What with Derek's meltdown, Bailey's war with the chief and Izzie's very disturbing symptoms, the hot docs seem worse off than the economy. Don't expect smiley faces on Derek or Izzie tonight. (Too bad they never got together: We could have dubbed them "Dizzie.") However, there is hope for Bailey. Paging Adele Webber, stat! On the love front, there's hope for Owen-Cristina and Mark-Lexie. Maybe Callie-Arizona, too. True, Arizona rejected Callie, but she does call her "Calliope." * ER (10 pm/ET NBC) Born with a silver spoon in his mouth, no one can accuse Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) of having had an easy ride since becoming a doctor. He's been stabbed by a patient in the ER; his recovery left him addicted to painkillers; his son died soon after birth; and now his donor kidney is hung up in transit. All he needs is to run into a former mentor who was very hard on him as an intern. Cue Dr. Benton (Eriq La Salle). We hope Benton's presence signals a change for the better for Carter because, honestly, he deserves a break. * Bridget's Sexiest Beaches (10 pm/ET Travel) Former Girl Next Door Bridget Marquardt may have moved out of the Playboy Mansion, but she's still living the sweet life as host of this new travel series, which has her exploring the hottest seaside destinations around the globe. In the opener, Hef's former gal pal goes Down Under for a look at Australia's beautiful southeast coastline. Looks like life really is a beach for this beach bunny. Source here