Not every week can be a slam dunk on "Bones." "The Prince in the Plastic," while amusing enough, didn't really advance our story very much.At the very least, it did give us another Brennan baby-related revelation. Since the case revolved around a toy exec more
This week on Bones , a woman is found wrapped in plastic -- with a plastic doll with her. Meanwhile, Sweets tries to make himself more badass by getting certified to carry a gun.
While I didn't particularly care for the story line of the investiga more
There sure was a lot of vomiting on last night's Bones — from both people and reptiles — but every so often, the characters had some actual words come out of their mouths instead. So what were the most quotable words of wisdom from episode 2?1. Brennan (E more
Bones ventured into the world of competitive eating last night, while introducing us to a new squintern and a new source of friction in what's become the "new normal" relationship of Booth and Brennan.
I'll get to Bones' huge baby news in a bit, but le more
This week on Bones , a woman is discovered -- with mice feeding on her dead body. The Jeffersonian's newest intern joins the lab and helps with the investigation. Meanwhile, Brennan and Booth confront their latest bump in the road as their relationship, a more
Poor curmudgeonly landlady (Pat Crawford Brown) — all she wants is a late rent payment from one of her tenants, but what she gets instead is a rat-infested corpse. Oh well...at least she’s unfazed.At the Jeffersonian, we're hitting the ground running wit more
Hey, BONES fans. So…this episode, “The Hot Dog in the Competition,” had a lot of disgusting, gag-worthy moments. Plus, there was a case. Question: Why would the writers have a pregnant Brennan (and Emily Deschanel) run with all of her might and tackle a s more
"The Hot Dog in the Competition," the second episode of"Bones'" second season, introduced us to the newest member of the Jeffersonian team, Finn Abernathy. Though the boy (he's 18!) spent three years in Juvy, he managed to acquire both his college degree more