Bones debuts in its new Friday timeslot tonight.
To celebrate, here’s Booth calling Brennan “Bones.” Because we like it when he does that.
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“We’ve been chasing each other for a long time….Chasing you has been the smartest thing that I’ve ever done in my life, and being chased by you has been my greatest joy. But now we don’t have to chase each other anymore because we caught each other.” –Booth
Monday’s episode of Bones marked an occasion that was eight years in the making — the marriage of Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth.
To be honest, when I first started watching Bones — season 1, episode 1 — I never thought this far ahead. Yes, these two were cute together. And yes, they exchanged looks so filled with love that 2005 Sandra thought, ‘Are Angel and this lady dating for REAL!?’ But adorable chemistry is never a ticket to anything greater. As the seasons continued, though, it became obvious to everyone (except maybe Booth and Bones) that Bones and Booth were something special. Their connection went beyond flirtation — it was real. (Or, as real as TV love can be.) READ FULL STORY
Bones fans anxiously awaiting the Oct. 21 wedding episode, here’s something to tide you over. Watch our EW Pop Culture Personality Test with David Boreanaz below to find out his must-see TV shows growing up, the movie he’s seen the most times, the concert he camped out for, and best of all, the song that was his junior high jam. There is a brief serenade involved. READ FULL STORY
SPOILER ALERT: Don’t read the following if you haven’t seen the finale of Bones. READ FULL STORY
Here we are again, season finale time is kicking off. It seems like just yesterday that we were anticipating Revolution, excited for season 2 of Once Upon a Time, and wondering what Lena Dunham would bring us on new episodes of Girls. Oh, the passing of time. Now’s the time to catch up on The Following, Happy Endings, and The Americans (before their season finales this week)! Here’s how else to fill your pop culture desires this week: READ FULL STORY
Ross and Rachel. Clair and Cliff. Ricky and Lucy. These are just a few of the iconic pairings competing for the chance to be EW’s “Greatest TV Couple of All Time.” Check out our full bracket here and vote in the polls below to determine who will move on to the next round. Now, the 8 couples who won their first match-ups in our “Pick Me, Choose Me, Love Me” conference.
Ross and Rachel. Carrie and Big. Clair and Cliff. Ricky and Lucy. These are just a few of the iconic pairings competing for the chance to be EW’s “Greatest TV Couple of All Time.” Check out our full bracket here and vote in the polls below to determine who will move on to the next round. Now for the 16 couples in our “Pick Me, Choose Me, Love Me” conference. READ FULL STORY
Greetings, fellow nerds. Today is our most important holiday: Pi Day. (Also, who’s getting ready for two years from now when stuff is about to get really crazy?)
Here at EW we pay a lot of attention to the geeks, but on this oh-so-nerdy-day, we thought we should honor those with advanced degrees in mathematics. (Really get the party started, you know.) To some, nerd may be a derogatory term, but think again. Nerds are the characters who get stuff done and solve problems. While everyone is flailing about, nerds are hacking computers, reasoning logically, and inventing awesome gadgets. So take pride in being called a nerd, you will one day rule the world.
To celebrate the nerdiest of holidays, let’s honor our favorite TV nerds. Since it’s a math holiday, we tried to stick to the nerds who would have won Math Olympiads, but if anyone wants to make a case for Abed in the comments (I mean, he did have a pretty logical and reasoned argument in his Who’s The Boss? debate), have at it. We included Sherlock, Bones, and Topher because we’re pretty sure they know their way around a geometry proof. Chuck and Huck can hack a computer with the best of them. Super agent Sydney Bristow had to bring Marshall along with her on a mission because she couldn’t do calculus in her head, so he definitely made our list.
Quit trying to convince your high school calculus teacher (or current boss) to buy you pie, and vote! READ FULL STORY
“Is it just me or are circles pointless?”
–Booth (David Boreanaz), reading a joke Fisher (Joel Moore) wrote on Bones
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Monday, Nov. 26 and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
Bones is at its best when the show takes a more serious tone.
Tonight’s episode started off in its now-typical light-hearted fashion. Booth (David Boreanaz) makes Brennan (Emily Deschanel) watch a basketball game, and she obsesses over Phil Jackson’s coaching techniques and his ideas on teamwork. She gathers all the interns together to help them form a more cohesive bond, instead of fighting for her admiration. While they are working to identify remains in the Jeffersonian, they come across a homeless man whose death was overlooked by the police. They come to find out that he was Tim Murphy, a Gulf War veteran, who died from injuries sustained while saving people in the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon.
Here are my favorite parts of the episode: