Bones Season 8 Episode 13

tv_bones12 (1)Bones was back to normal this week after the intense episode last week.

This case made everyone think about how they want their funeral to be after they died.

Booth just wants a coffin and a priest, Hodgins wants to be thrown into the sun, Cam just doesn’t want to be buried, because a woman was almost buried alive when she was working in New York.

The woman had been in a coma and pronounced dead by one of her colleagues. They were taking the woman in the coffin to bury her and they heard scratching. Yeah, that would make you go off the idea of being buried.

Brennan first wanted her funeral to be a ritual where her bones are crushed and scavenged. That definitely seems typical Bones.

She revised her funeral plans after talking to Booth. She now wants her ashes to be thrown into an active volcano. I’m not sure which is crazier, being thrown into the sun or a volcano? Either way Hodgins and Brennan are staying true to their scientist nature.

Sweets and  Daisy had their first encounter since they broke-up and it was Brennan like. I was thinking that either Daisy is doing really well or really bad. Apparently she’s just sad. I think Sweets is actually doing better than Daisy. I think Booth and Brennan have a lot to do with that.

The case wasn’t anything spectacular this week, but maybe we needed a cool down after Pelant last week.

What did you think of the episode? Leave me a comment.

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