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Episode 4.01: The Yanks in the U.K., Part One (Season premiere)
Airdate: September 3, 2008 at 8 p.m.
06/21 - Grayson "Birimbau" Barasa, aka Angela's husband, finally surfaces. He doesn't want to sign the divorce papers, claiming that he still loves Angela. She told him that she now loves Hodgins but Birimbau doesn't want to listen. He reminds her of the night they met and how they both felt in the hope that Angela's love for him comes back. Later, Hodgins meets with Birimbau at a diner to have him sign the papers. Birimbau tells Hodgins that he has been looking for Angela for the past four years and that he even built her a house in Florida so there is no way he will let her go without a fight. Angela and Sweets meet Hodgins and Birimbau outside of the diner. Hodgins and Birimbau start to fight and Sweets joins in on the action before Angela walks off. One of the London folks Brennan and Booth interact with is Inspector Cate Pritchard. Source: SpoilerFix.com
06/14 - Cast and producers from Bones have crossed the pond to shoot in London this month, the first time the series has shot at an international location or outside Southern California. Partners Dr. Temperance Brennan and Special Agent Seeley Booth make the trip from Washington, DC, to Scotland Yard as television's most addictive and amusing procedural shoots scenes for a special two-hour premiere event airing Wednesday, Sept. 3 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Principal photography begins on Saturday, June 14. Shooting at various locations in and around London, including the Thames River and Oxford University, Bones production will be in the U.K. for several weeks to complete scenes for the show's Season Four two-part premiere episode, "Yanks in the U.K. " Additional locations include shooting near the historic Tower Bridge, the stately Lambeth Palace, official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, as well as throughout the streets of the city. "We are immensely pleased to be shooting our Season Four opener in England and are eager to work with the excellent cast and crew available in the U.K. Bones has never shot much more than a few miles outside of Los Angeles before, so we may as well start small by leaving the continent," said creator and executive producer Hart Hanson. The premiere episode finds Brennan guest-lecturing at Oxford University and Booth speaking at Scotland Yard when they are asked by local officials to lend their expertise to a high-profile murder investigation involving a young British heiress. Source: FOX
Episode 4.03: The He in the She
Airdate: September 10, 2008
05/21 - Two hippies fish out a skeletonized wrist. Cam, Booth, Brennan and a grad student go to the scene to investigate. The lab is using some of Brennan's brighter grad students until they hire a permanent Forensic Anthropologist. In this episode, grad student Vincent Juarez is working along the team. Brennan doesn't seem happy with this tasking and sends Vincent back to the lab even if Cam brought him along. Vincent also has a hard time around Cam because he makes lame jokes and uses familiar terms that will not please Brennan. At first, the team believes the body is that of a female, 40-year-old Patricia Ludmuller. Further investigation proves that Patricia was born a male. Brennan and Booth still have therapy sessions with Sweets. Hodgins and Angela also appear. Source: SpoilerFix.com
04/09 - Get used to the name "Vincent Juarez." I suspect we may be seeing a lot of him next season. He's one of Dr. Brennan's brighter grad students and he'll be joining the Squints until Brennan can find a new full-time forensic anthropologist. The yet-to-be-cast character loves to lighten the mood in the lab, but he definitely thinks he's...