It’s been such a long time since we’ve seen Christine, I didn’t know she was that old yet. We rarely ever get to see her. It doesn’t feel like that long ago she was born and now she’s running and talking, and how old is she now?
If children’s shows are really like this, it’s scary that kids like them so much. I know there can be a lot of drama on the sets of shows, but I guess when you think of a kid’s show, you don’t think of all that drama. I guess you hope that behind the scenes of what your kids are watching is more innocent.
This was a rare episode when no one truly killed anyone. There’s been episodes where it has been accidents because of a fight or something, then the person got rid of the body. This time the woman could not have known that honking the horn could have killed the man. I wouldn’t call that murder at all. I don’t understand why the people don’t call 911. Then they wouldn’t be going to jail for murder, but then there wouldn’t be an episode either.
I think it’s much more satisfying when they catch the bad guy, not catching an idiot that should have just called 911.
I can’t believe Clark’s book got published if it wasn’t very good. They all loved Brennan’s books, but hated Clark’s. I wonder what the publishers saw in it that the squints did not? I would have told him the truth. He could have made it a better book if he was actually told the truth.
This is one of those episodes that I like where they were with the new dynamics of the show. Booth is throwing their daughter a birthday party, but Brennan has never had one. So Brennan is dealing with issues from her childhood and how to create better memories with her daughter.
Bones will never be the show it use to be. The chemistry is different now between Brennan and Booth because they are together, but when the writers work with the changes, it makes for good television.
Check out the preview for next week. Booth wants to go to a hockey game and the squint investigate a death of a billionaire: