Sunday, October 31, 2010

Saturday, October 30, 2010


SN Tweets: Brennan and Hannah

squarechicken: Brennan won't let Hannah in her car. Hmmmm...

squarechicken: seriously, what do you expect a body to look like after a two day hot shower?

Emily to be on Letterman Nov. 4

Emily Deschanel will be a guest on David Letterman's show November 4th.

November Sweeps Promo

Bones - November Sweeps Promo

Friday, October 29, 2010

'Bones' Exclusive: Meet Booth's new archnemesis

One time 24 terror mastermind Arnold Vosloo is taking his evildoer act over to Bones. The actor has been cast as this season’s Big Bad — an elite sniper named Jacob Ripkin Broadsky who is accused of assassinating a pivotal recurring character.

“We’ve got someone worse than the Gravedigger coming,” Bones creator Hart Hanson told me over the summer. “And if the Gravedigger is Evil Brennan, this [guy] is Evil Booth. Remember, Booth was a sniper.”

Vosloo — who also played the title role in the Darkman films as well as Brendan Fraser’s nemesis in The Mummy and The Mummy Returns — is slated to appear in at least three episodes beginning in early ’11.


BONES - Flesh & Bones 2010!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Poll Results

Most Votes: Zach
Second Most Votes: Max

The Big Tease

A couple months ago, Cyndi Lauper had said she’d be shooting a ‘Bones’ episode in October. Can you tell me if she’ll repeat her role as Avalon Harmonia in Brennan’s POV episode, “The Doctor in the Photo,” or will it be in the next one? – Amanda

Thus far it is neither; Lauper’s encore has yet to be scheduled.


Keck's Exclusives: Halloween Special

David Boreanaz (Bones): "In college, I dressed as The Riddler — all green with question marks all over my body."


Tuesday, October 26, 2010


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Ask Matt - October 25th

Question: Regarding the reported Bones spin-off: Do REAL spin-offs happen anymore, or always just back-door pilot characters created specifically to spin? — Brad (from twitter)

Matt Roush: I suppose the classic form of spin-off — taking a breakout character from an existing show and building a new show around him or her — is more rare nowadays because producers and networks are loathe to screw around with something that's working and risk doing damage to the ensemble by taking a key element away. (The only recent "classic" spin-off I can think of is Private Practice. And, though it required the original show to end for it to happen, the unfortunate Joey.) Nowadays, spin-offs tend to be extensions of a brand franchise (Law & Order, CSI, NCIS, Criminal Minds) or the riskier proposition (in the case of this projected Bones project) of trying to use a successful show to launch something new by bringing in a character and seeing if he or she pops well enough to earn a show of their own. That hardly even qualifies as a spin-off, more like a handoff.


Sunday, October 24, 2010

100 Reasons I Can’t Quit Bones

1. Amy Cullen: The Graft in the Girl: This might seem crazy to be at the top of the list, but I can honestly say this episode changed my life. It’s so passionate, and I remember crying when I first watched it, wanting so desperately to have something in my life that I was as passionate about. Of course, at that time, I didn’t realize that BONES was going to be one of those things. But…I’m okay with that.

2. Brennan steals Booth’s fries. This is just…beyond…I don’t even know. She’s so matter of fact about things, and this is no different. And Booth cannot deny her much of anything, let alone that. He loves it too.

3. Everything Happens Eventually. It had darn well better!

4. Booth and Brennan sing Keep on Tryin to one another at the diner. I can’t even listen to that song without smiling.

5. Vincent Nigel Murray. J’adore.

6. Fire in the Ice: The entire episode. Brennan’s sweet wave to Booth. His return wave and confident grin. His cocky attitude as team captain of his hockey team; the way Brennan gets nervous when he falls down and she rushes out to the ice. The way he makes her drive him home and the way she picks up the soup from the place for him. And I love the way she stays up all night skating with him to keep him awake, how they both sort of joke about how legit that is. And they can’t keep their hands to themselves in a sweet and special and comfortingly sexy kind of way.

Find out the rest of the 100 reasons at

Bones: TV review

Bones examines the impact of war in a way its competitors can't

TV review: Bones may be slightly sugar-coated, but it's solid formula provides an enjoyable watch with an incredibly subtle message.

You always worry when US TV series wander overseas. So when Bones (Sky1) kicked off with Booth, one half of its surrogate Mulder and Scully power couple, on active duty in Afghanistan, my radar was twitching with a gung-ho America The Brave alert.

Instead, we got a subtle message about the implications of fighting other people’s wars.

It was so subtle that if you blinked, you might have missed it. But it’s the kind of detail that keeps Bones, now into its sixth season, a cut above your standard procedural.

Admittedly, the ruse that brought the far-flung team back from foreign adventures to the safe ground of their Washington base was skinny, to say the least.

If the hitherto blindingly competent Cam really couldn’t cope without her gang, then the past five series setting her up as a woman on top of her game must have been some kind of hallucination.

But I’ll forgive that for the continuing diversion offered by Emily Deschanel as forensic pathologist Temperance Brennan, a woman whose inability to read her fellow human beings (countered by her genius at analysing human bones) turns borderline autism into a spotlight on the absurd manners of human interaction.

It gets sugar-coated, and last night’s tale of finding a missing child could have done without its final ladle of treacle, but as formulas go, Bones is built on a persuasive one.


Friday, October 22, 2010

Hart Hanson Tweets

1) Some of the stuff about a Bones "spin off" is accurate and some of it is not. And it's not a spin off

2) You bet. And we are working on a body farm Bones episode idea right now.

Is a Bones Spinoff in the Works?

Is Bones spinning off a second show? It sure sounds like it.

Fox is working on a series project that would revolve around a new character who will be introduced into the Bones world in the Dec. 6 episode, Deadline reports.

The character, Walter Sherman, is described as an eccentric but amusing recluse in high demand for his ability to find anything. He is skeptical of everything -- he suffered brain damage while overseas, which explains his constant paranoia -- and known for asking offensive, seemingly irrelevant questions to get to the truth.

Walter's also a former military policeman who served with Booth (David Boreanaz) in Iraq, but they don't get along. Dr. Brennan (Emily Deschanel), meanwhile, will be intrigued by Walter. The character is expected to recur on Bones throughout this season.

The spinoff, also from Bones creator Hart Hanson, is contingent on whether a suitable actor is found to play Walter. Casting is expected to begin soon.

The actor, yet to be cast, playing the character of Walter is scheduled to begin shooting on December 6th.

Bones, now in its sixth season, pulled in 9.8 million viewers for its most recent episode.


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Poll Results

Favourite Christmas Episode: The Man in the Fallout Shelter

People's Choice Awards - Vote for Bones

Vote for Bones to be a nominee at this year's People's Choice Awards.

Favorite TV Crime Drama - Bones
Favorite TV Crime Fighter - Emily Deschanel


Hart Hanson Tweet

1) Nobody REALLY knows what our chances are for Season VII. It's all just yakkety-smakkety-gibberish until an official pick-up.

Fox Upfront Portraits


Ausiello: Spoiler !

Question: Is there any news on the rumored sniper on Bones? —Jessica

Ausiello: His name is Jacob Ripkin Broadsky, he’s slated to show up in early ’11, and I can confirm that he does in fact take out a pivotal recurring character.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Big Tease - Fancast

Do you have any idea how long Bones‘ “competition” (aka Hannah) will last on the show? It’s been said she would appear in at least five episodes, but are they still sticking to that initial plan? I really hope this third party is gone before the holiday break. – Amanda

Keep hoping. Though Katheryn Winnick said a few weeks back that Booth’s lady love will be around for a “handful” of episodes, judging by the scripts I’m spying, Hannah – despite having her life placed in jeopardy in the Nov. 4 outing – is very much still in play as late as Episode 9, which would air no sooner than December.


Mega Buzz

When are we going to meet the Bones sniper everyone's been talking about? — Melanie

ADAM: All signs point to very soon. The show has begun looking for an actor to play the three-episode role of an elite sniper who is suspected in the assassination of an important character. This particular suspect is an ex-Army sharpshooter who left his previous post in disgrace after being a little too trigger-happy during a hostage situation. He has been hiding under the names of other famous snipers, including Booth's, which is ultimately what leads the FBI straight to him. Well, that and the fact that he's the only person besides Booth who could make such an impossible kill shot.


Emily/David Interview

Monday, October 18, 2010

Hart Hanson Tweets

1) The Brennan-centric weirdie-pie ep will air just before we go away for Christmas.

2) The plan is to show the Brennan-centric "solves her own murder" episode last before the hiatus. Oof, awkward prose ...

3) Bones was 1st in its timeslot in australia last night, airing ep 6x01.

4) I have no idea when we'll hear about a 7th season. We'll have to ask our background performers.

5) "Egypt Temperance Hodgins" -- has kind of a ring to it.

Ask Matt

Question: Is it time for us Bones fans to give up on Eric Milligan making a return as our favorite serial killer's apprentice? I'm still holding a grudge against the show for treating him and us so thoughtlessly with that outrageous story line. Can't say I'm thrilled with Booth's new lover, either. If she must stay around, it seems only fair to bring back Sully for Bones. — PL

Matt Roush: Not sure if a Sully comeback is in the cards, since that actor is currently occupied guarding the secrets of Warehouse 13. And how much am I not surprised to get annoyed mail about Booth's new squeeze. Talk about a thankless task. Regarding Eric Milligan and Zack, it really is time to let that one go, isn't it?. I wasn't crazy about how all of that was handled, either, but I have become kind of attached to some of the assistant squints on the rotation (much as I enjoyed the parade of secretaries on Murphy Brown back in the day), so I can now see the wisdom in shaking up that part of the show. Still, it seems to me that if the writers come up with another story that allows them to bring Zack back in for a guest spot, they'd do it, but sparingly.


Michaela Conlin receives the Environmental Media Award

Michaela Conlin receives the Environmental Media Award for The Tough Man in the Tender Chicken.


Sunday, October 17, 2010

Emily Deschanel Supports World Go Vegan Week

t’s no surprise to us that Bones actress Emily Deschanel is speaking up in support of World Go Vegan Week — an initiative started by the nonprofit group In Defense of Animals.

Deschanel has been an outspoken vegan for many years and regularly discusses the health, environmental and animal welfare issues behind a plant-based diet.

“The 5th annual World Go Vegan Week is taking place this year from October 24th through 31st,” said Deschanel. “This week is a celebration of compassion and a time to take action for animals, the environment and everyone’s well-being. A plant-based diet not only improves your health, it significantly reduces your carbon footprint and preserves resources for future generations. So please join me in creating a healthy future and go vegan for World Go Vegan Week.”


Friday, October 15, 2010

TV Ratings

Fast National ratings for Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010

A live episode of "30 Rock" Thursday drew a bigger audience than the show usually gets, but it didn't upset the typical order of things -- which is to say, CBS scored another win.

Led by "The Mentalist," CBS averaged 13.5 million viewers and an 8.3 rating/14 share in households. ABC (8.1 million, 5.4/9) came in second, a little ahead of FOX (7.4 million, 4.5/7). NBC (5.3 million, 3.2/5) was up a bit from last week. A night of repeats on The CW averaged 1.9 million viewers and a 1.2/2.

CBS also topped the adults 18-49 demographic with a 3.3 rating. ABC's 2.9 was good enough for second. NBC, 2.4, edged FOX, 2.3, for third place. The CW posted a 0.7.

Thursday hour by hour:

8 p.m.

CBS: "The Big Bang Theory" (12.5 million viewers, 7.5/13 households)/"$#*! My Dad Says" (10.1 million, 6.1/10)
FOX: "Bones" (9.5 million, 5.8/10)
NBC: "Community" (4.8 million, 2.9/5)/"30 Rock" live episode (6.7 million, 4.0/7)
ABC: "Grey's Anatomy" rerun (4.2 million, 3.0/5)
The CW: "The Vampire Diaries" rerun (2 million, 1.3/2)

18-49 leader: "The Big Bang Theory" (4.1)

9 p.m.

CBS: "CSI" (14.3 million, 8.8/14)
ABC: "Grey's Anatomy" (12 million, 7.7/12)
NBC: "The Office" (7.3 million, 4.3/7)/"Outsourced" (5.4 million, 3.2/5)
FOX: "Fringe" (5.3 million, 3.2/5)
The CW: "Nikita" rerun (1.7 million, 1.1/2)

18-49 leader: "Grey's Anatomy" (4.5)

10 p.m.

CBS: "The Mentalist" (15 million, 9.3/16)
ABC: "Private Practice" (8.3 million, 5.6/10)
NBC: "The Apprentice" (3.7 million, 2.5/4)

18-49 leader: "The Mentalist" (3.3)


Promo: The Bones That Weren't

Thursday, October 14, 2010

David Boreanaz on Rachael Ray

Episode Discussion: The Body and the Bounty

Hey everyone,

Feel free to discuss tonight's episode here ! :)

Poll Results

Most votes for: Emily Deschanel
Second highest: David Boreanaz

Bones Day !

The Body and the Bounty

Description: While the team tries to solve the case of a skull and decomposing hands found in a trash bin, children's television personality known as "The Science Dude" (David Alan Grier) asks Brennan (Emily Deschanel) if he can shoot an episode in the Jeffersonian (8 p.m. Fox)


Tuesday, October 12, 2010

David Boreanaz & His Sunday Brunch Bunch

David Boreanaz was all smiles on Sunday (October 10) as he headed out for brunch with wife Jaime Bergman and their kids Jaden, 8, and Bardot, 1.

The family dined at Marmalade Cafe in Calabasas, Calif. and while the cameras caught David looking ecstatic, little Bardot seemed less than thrilled. Like the rest of us, maybe she was growing weary of the weird SoCal weather – temps rocketed back into the high 90's again after several days of clouds and rain.


Bones Scoop

I just read that Enrico Colantoni (love him on ‘Flashpoint’!) is going to guest star on ‘Bones,’ and that the episode will have significance to Brennan. Inquiring minds would like to know more, please. – Andrea via Facebook

I too was happy to see Enrico book this role, because it’s a great one. He’ll be playing a Jeffersonian security guard in Episode 8, titled “The Doctor In The Photo.” This is a “special” outing told almost exclusively from Brennan’s point of view, and as such it’s a very cool character study. Enrico’s character happens to listen in on each and every heady lecture given at the Jeffersonian, so he has a lot to say and share with Temp as she puts in overtime with a corpse who, rather confusingly, “talks” to her. (P.S. The guard is named Micah Leggat, which I am convinced is an anagram. Best I can come up with is “The Magic Gal,” which could be a nod to the “talking” deceased.) And hey, a second ‘Veronica Mars‘ alum is in this ep: Francis “Weevil” Capra will play Rhino, a gang member suspected of murder.


Monday, October 11, 2010

Happy Birthday Emily Deschanel !

She turned 34 today.

Coincidently, it is also my birthday today :)

Friday, October 8, 2010

BONES "Terror on the Dance Floor"

New David Boreanaz Photos


Music on "The Maggots in the Meathead"

Ryan Schmidt - Ten Days

if I missed any, please feel free to comment :)

BONES “The Maggots in the Meathead” Review

BONES “The Maggots in the Meathead” Season 6 Episode 3
In this episode a corpse of a body builder is found buried in the sand on the beach near the Jersey Shore. Delving into that world, Booth and Bones are put on the case and have a lot of suspects to question. There is some trouble understanding the natives, but luckily Bones has been watching the tv show (thinking it was a documentary of course) and handles the translations for Booth. First they think it’s the jilted ex-girlfriend, then possibly the bouncer who got caught by the victim distributing steroids. In the end though, it turns out it was all about ice, of all things. A bartender mistook the victim for a jerk that was always stealing ice from him (because the two were wearing the same shirt that night) and he lost his temper and beat him over the head.

Meanwhile Booth asks Hannah to move in with him and Bones actually helps her to pick out the perfect housewarming gift.

favorite bits…

Hannah and Booth realizing that, without any bombs to drown them out, they are.. ahem. louder stateside.

Wanting to puke at the jumping maggots. You’d think by now I would learn NOT to eat when watching the first part of this show.

Seeing that Fisher is back. Yay! Now all the interns have been back. Whew, I was so worried they were going to replace them all.

Bones correcting Booth on his pronunciation of L’il Frankie.

Fisher referring to the victim’s brain bleeding out his skull as “sweet oblivion”. LOL.

This line from Bones: “Eureka! A gathering of guidos.”

The entire party freaking out at the news that “Richie the V” was dead.

Bones’ description of Booth’s love of an old rotary phone kinda making me miss the one we had when I was a kid.

Bones telling Hannah that she should be sure of her feelings of Booth before she decides to move in, as it would be painful for him if she wasn’t as serious as he was.

Cam spotting Angela eating crackers on her couch and figuring out she’s pregnant.

Bones breaking down the behavior of the people in the bar in anthropological terms. LOL.

Bones saying “It’s so random, y’all.”

Sweets translating all the crazy text speak.

Cracking up after it took me a second to figure out what “4Q” meant. (Hint: you gotta say it fast).

Sweets’ “oh boy.” after Booth did his best to convince him that he was more than ready to have Hannah move in with him.

Hodgins getting worried when Fisher started yawning, as he didn’t want him falling asleep again for a couple months.

Booth going all badass when the bouncer tried to threaten him and shoved Bones.

The bouncer not wanting to reveal that his alibi was taking his mom to see Billy Elliott and offering to perform the whole story as proof.

Booth coming home to find all the girls hanging out in his living room.

Booth figuring out Angela’s little secret and telling her she’ll be a great mom. So sweet.

Overall another great episode of Bones. Watching Bones interact with all the guidos was hilarious and I thought it was sweet how she helped Hannah pick out the right present for Booth. We can see it’s not easy for her, but she’s the one who told Booth they couldn’t be together so she’s doing her best to stick to her guns. I wonder how long she can keep it up though.


TV Ratings: The Maggots in the Meathead

Fast National ratings for Thursday, Oct. 7, 2010

Thursday's ratings title went to CBS for the third straight week -- that's not big news. There were a few notable things in the numbers though, including a slight improvement for "Grey's Anatomy" (which overtook "CSI" in total viewers) and further erosion for new comedies "$#*! My Dad Says" and "Outsourced."

CBS took the evening's top spot with 12.6 million viewers and a 7.8 rating/13 share among households. ABC (8.2 million, 5.4/9) came in second, about a million viewers ahead of FOX (7.2 million, 4.3/7). NBC was down a bit from last week with 4.8 million viewers and a 3.0/5, while The CW (3.2 million, 2.0/3) improved slightly.

In the adults 18-49 demographic, CBS' 3.0 rating edged out ABC's 2.9 for the lead. FOX took third with a 2.3, followed by NBC, 2.1, and The CW, 1.3.

Thursday primetime hour by hour:

8 p.m.

CBS: "The Big Bang Theory" (12.5 million viewers, 7.6/13 households)/"$#*! My Dad Says" (9.8 million, 6.0/10)
FOX: "Bones" (9.1 million, 5.6/9)
NBC: "Community" (4.3 million, 2.7/5)/"30 Rock" (4.9 million, 3.0/5)
ABC: "Grey's Anatomy" rerun (4.2 million, 2.9/5)
The CW: "The Vampire Diaries" (3.5 million, 2.1/4)

18-49 leader: "The Big Bang Theory" (4.0)

9 p.m.

ABC: "Grey's Anatomy" (12.5 million, 8.0/13)
CBS: "CSI" (12.3 million, 7.7/12)
NBC: "The Office" (6.9 million, 4.0/6)/"Outsourced" (5.2 million, 3.2/5)
FOX: "Fringe" (5.2 million, 3.1/5)
The CW: "Nikita" (2.95 million, 1.8/3)

18-49 leader: "Grey's Anatomy" (4.5)


Thursday, October 7, 2010

Promo: S06E04 The Body in the Bounty

Episode Discussion: The Maggots in the Meathead

Hey guys,

Feel free to discuss the episode here ! :)

Bones Day !

Hey everyone, its the most wonderful day of the week !

Episode Title: The Maggots in the Meathead

Description: When Brennan and Booth (Emily Deschanel. David Boreanaz) investigate the death of a young man whose remains were found at the Jersey shore, Brennan does some research by watching an unscripted television show set there thinking it's a serious documentary (8 p.m. Fox).

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David & Emily Shooting for 'The Maggots in the Meathead'


Another Emily & David Picture

Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Hart Hanson Tweet

Holy Crap, look at "Glee" in the most prized demo. Note to self: find out who can and cannot sing and dance on the Bones cast.

Poll Results

Favourite Character: Brennan
Second Favourite Character: Booth


1. When you write, do you need music/noise or do things need to be as quiet as possible?

I thrive in very noisy environments. When I was a young Dad, writing at home, I never had the heart to shut my door to my two sons so they always came in, asked me questions, sat on my lap, got down, fought, sang, yelled, made me read them “Goodnight Moon”, strummed my guitar, etc. So, since then I’ve been immune to interruption. My current home office is a loft above the living room so I can hear everything that’s going on down there and I like that just fine. I very often put on music that matches the mood of a scene or sequence and there are certain sequences I can’t write until I have suitable music playing to lead me along.

2. Your favorite place on Earth?

Geographically, bobbing in a kayak amongst the Gulf Islands off Vancouver Island. Kinetically, riding my motorcycle on Nacimiento-Ferguson Road over the Coastal Range in Central California. Familially, the head of the kitchen table in the Cabin up the Canyon By the Sea Under the Killer Ivy. Emotionally, anywhere my wife is EXCEPTING craft stores or plant nurseries. Those places make me suicidal.

3. What do you consider your first big break in ‘the biz?’

There are so many little steps and big breaks in becoming a professional writer. First was being forced to take typing lessons during detention in Grade 9. My first American big break was being hired by Rob Thomas to work on his ABC series “Cupid” in 1998. Everything after that has been a break.

4. What’s so awesome about Top Gear? (I hear you’re a big fan)

I could become REALLY boring on the subject of Top Gear. But, in a nutshell, the show manages to take a narrow, parochial subject — automobiles — and create a hilariously funny, witty, exciting television show built around three distinct personalities and fantastic production. I love Top Gear. I love it.

5. Your favorite song to sing when doing Karaoke?

I have never done Karaoke. I do really enjoy hearing drunk people try to do “I Will Survive” because each verse tends to get higher and higher until the singer is screeching and looking panic stricken like they are in a runaway hot air balloon heading for the stratosphere with no way out.

6. Was there a movie/TV/book or something that inspired you to be a writer? If so, what was it?

I think I first considered how great it would be to become a writer when, as a kid, I read the Horatio Hornblower series. I wanted to write television when I saw the mini-series “Lonesome Dove”.

7. What’s the oldest saved program to watch on your DVR/Tivo?

OK, true confession, it’s Mad Men. It’s like homework to me. I find it just a teensy bit dull. And now, my career is over. OVER.

8. You can have any film or TV star to guest on Bones. Who would it be and why do you ‘heart’ them?

Not counting my friends who are actors? Yes, let’s do it that way: Bill Nighy because he is so eminently watchable. The screen positively thrums and giggles when Nighy is on it. He’d make me appear to be a very good writer, which is my favourite quality in an actor.

9. ”If I wasn’t a writer, I’d be a…..what?

Realistically, an English Professor or, impossible dream, a CBC Radio Host with my own show or, dreaming here, a luthier.

10. You’re stranded on a desert island with your family but you can choose 3 items to have with you. What would those three items be?

OK, this is tough because you said with my family, not with Shakira or Marianne Faithfull (circa 1968…) so … The Library of Congress, The Louvre, and Madison Square Garden. It’s your problem how to get them there.