Now I know that this is a TV show, it's not real (though based on a real person) still, I can't help but make this small silly observation: the victims are rarely ever fat.
Yes. I said fat.
I'm not American and it may be that there is a correlation between weight and murder, if there is, this whole rant-thing would be pointless therefore feel free to stop reading now. If not, let me make it clear the Bones is my most favourite show, period. I love it almost as much as chocolate, and that is a whole lot of love coming from me. Also, I'm a late one, I missed two seasons (and am currently catching up) - if there's an overweight victim in one of the episodes excuse me and PLEASE do tell.
According to an average of the latest statistics at least 4 in 10 people are overweight (this includes obese and whatnot). You would think with such a good amount, that there'd be at least one killed every so often, right?
I don't know why this is an issue for me, but I'm sure it would be a gripping episode, Bones' literal comments - hilarious for the viewers of course - and Hodgins' more sarcastic ones, then there's Booth. Come on, I know all you viewers know I have a point...
I really don't think I have said anything offensive, but if I have: No offence -I didn't mean it, and sorry.
Yup. That's about it.