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'Bones' exclusive: A proposal in February! (Plus, scoop on the Brennan-centric and sniper episodes)

Bones   fans are used to being teased, but executive producer Stephen Nathan wants to give you plenty of time to think about this one: "There will be a proposal coming, probably during February Sweeps," he tells us. "It is my mission to torture  the fans with this one. There will be a proposal. It will be a real proposal. And it will move things forward in a way that I think the fans will like." Which couple is it? Nathan wouldn’t rule anyone out for us, except for Hodgins and Angela, obviously, since they’re already wed. Could it be Sweets and Daisy, who got back together last week after remembering that along with sex, they have a love of   Saved By the Bell  in common? They ended up being last season’s much-teased marriage proposal, so that could be a bit anticlimactic. Could it be Cam and Paul (Elon Gold), who Nathan tells us will reenter the picture in the Feb. 3 episode? "They’ve had an on-again, off-again relationship," he says. "Both of them being so incredibly busy, and him being an OB/GYN, he’s just called away all the time whenever they make a date because somebody’s going into labor. They have to make sense out of that part of their relationship." To Read More  Click Here.

Photos - Bones 6.08 "The Twisted Bones in the Melted Truck"

Booth and Bones investigate a high school connection to a murder and Daisy and Hannah both appear in the December 2 all new episode of Bones.  Below are promo photos and a synopsis from FOX. A STUDENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIP LEADS TO A FATAL ATTRACTION ON AN ALL-NEW "BONES" THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, ON FOX To Read More Click Here.

Bones Promo: "The Babe in the Bar"

Blending humor and romance with science and history, last night's Bones had it all - plus no Hannah! What's not to love? Will next week's installment be similarly well received? With Wayne Knight (Newman from Seinfeld) as a candy magnate and murder suspect, it's hard to see a scenario in which it's not funny ... albeit more disgusting than last night. "The Babe in the Bar" (pun very much intended) supposedly features a top-fiver on the scale of revolting Bones rotting carcasses. That's not a small feat, as longtime fans know. Check out the first promo for next week's episode here ... Source & Preview

TV ratings: CBS drops but still wins Thursday

Fast National ratings for Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010 Thursday's ratings offered a mixed bag of ups and downs: CBS fell compared to last week but still led across the board for the night. ABC was down some too as "Private Practice" came back to earth, but NBC was up slightly -- at least for now. The network's Baltimore affiliate aired an NFL game between the Ravens and Atlanta Falcons that is skewing the numbers somewhat. In the network race, CBS led by a wide margin, averaging 12.7 million viewers and a 7.8 rating/13 share in households. ABC (7.8 million, 5.2/9) came in second, beating out FOX (7 million, 4.2/7). NBC's 5.6 million viewers and 3.4/6 were good enough to capture fourth place. The CW dipped a little compared to last week with 2.9 million viewers and a 1.8/3. CBS also led the adults 18-49 demographic with a 3.0 rating, beating out ABC's 2.7. NBC finished third at 2.4, followed by FOX at 2.1 and The CW at 1.2. To Read More Click Here.

BONES “The Shallow in the Deep” Season 6 Episode 6 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of BONES Season 6 Episode 6 titled "The Shallow in the Deep" which airs on Thursday November 11 at 8pm on FOX. Episode Synopsis: The past and present collide when human remains from a 150-year-old slave ship, the Amelia Rose, surface. The team is tasked to give the deceased a proper burial but make an unforeseen discovery linked to a recent murder. In the course of the investigation, Booth and Brennan are led to a different kind of ship – a "Cougar" cruise – where they learn their victim was seen moments before his death. Meanwhile, Sweets struggles to maintain a casual relationship with Daisy, and Cam discovers a surprising and emotional connection to the Amelia Rose in the all-new "The Shallow in the Deep" episode of BONES airing Thursday, Nov. 11 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Source & Preview

Creator Explains Why 'Bones' Spin-Off Is Delayed

"Bones" spin-off simply has not found the right actor in the right time. The project was due to go in production later this month and the lead character was about to be introduced in an episode of "Bones" early next year but since the producers are not ready to pick the actor, the introductory episode has been delayed to spring 2011. EW said the production of the spin-off is now to start either in February or March. During the gap, producers are going to find an actor who will portray a central character named Walter Sherman who can be found in Richard Greener's "The Locator" novels. The plan was for Walter to assist Booth and Brennan on a few cases throughout the season. To Read More Click Here.

TV ratings: 'Big Bang,' 'Private Practice' rise Thursday

Fast National ratings for Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010 "The Big Bang Theory" jumped by more than a million viewers over last week and helped keep CBS in its usual top spot in the ratings Thursday. A big episode for KaDee Strickland on "Private Practice," meanwhile, gave that show its biggest audience of the season. CBS easily won the night with 13.5 million viewers and an 8.3 rating/14 share in households. ABC (8.75 million, 5.9/10) came in second, while the return of FOX's regular Thursday lineup (7 million, 4.3/7) took third. NBC drew 5.2 million viewers and a 3.2/5 to finish fourth. The CW scored just over 3 million viewers and a 1.8/3. In the adults 18-49 demographic, CBS' 3.4 rating beat out ABC's 3.1 for the lead. NBC (2.3) edged FOX (2.2) for third. The CW earned a 1.2 in the demo. To Read More Click here.

Bones Promo: "The Shallow in the Deep" - Preview

After a three-week layoff, Bones is back in full effect, with no shortage of angst among fans (and Brennan) regarding Booth and Hannah. Our Bones review covers this in detail. Next week, past and present collide as remains from a slave ship, the Amelia Rose, surface. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan are led to another kind of ship - a cougar cruise. Here's Fox's first promo for "The Shallow in the Deep" ... Source & Preview

BONES “The Bones That Weren’t” Season 6 Episode 5 - Preview

Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of BONES Season 6 Episode 5 titled "The Bones That Weren’t" which airs on Thursday November 4 at 8pm on FOX. Episode Synopsis: After the skull of a promising young dancer is found lodged in concrete at a construction site, the team must first figure out what happened to the victim’s skeletal structure. After learning the victim quit ballet to pursue hip hop, Booth and Brennan uncover another layer of evidence that points them to a suspect who had a secret relationship with the victim. Meanwhile, when Hannah (guest star Winnick) is put on assignment in a dodgy part of town, her safety is jeopardized and her life is put in critical danger in the all-new "The Bones That Weren’t" episode of BONES airing Thursday, Nov. 4 (8:00-9:00 PM) ET/PT on FOX. (BON-605) (TV-14 L) Source & Preview

'Bones' Spoiler: A New Nemesis for Booth

No, Brennan isn't getting a boyfriend. It's much darker than that. We haven't seen many truly evil bad guys so far in this season of Bones. Back in the good old days of the Gravedigger and Gormogon, the cases were started by some truly nasty types and not by fed-up bartenders. Not that this was a problem during the magnificent "Maggots in the Meathead" episode, but that was a sympathetic killer. That's all about to change. Michael Ausiello has reported that Arnold Vosloo has been cast as Jacob Ripkin Broadsky, an evil sniper bent on assassination. Have you ever noticed that people with more than two names are often evil? This is with the obvious exception of Mr. Vincent Nigel-Murray, of course. To Read More Click Here.