Bones Season 9

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  1. NeilO

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    I thought that the profiling computer subplot would have been a lot better if it was all a scam to get Sweets' confidence fully back.
     
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    Only one real disappointment with the wedding episode - no Zach! Booth's brother (Brenden Fehr) would have been nice, too, but I know their guest star budget was already blown with all these recurring characters.

    Their vows to one another did get me teary-eyed.
     
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    I did too and hoped that was where it was going
     
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    Best episode of Bones all season.
     
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    The last scene with Bones and the father and chalkboard was perfect.
     
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    I found that last scene very moving, too. Excellent acting from Emily.

    Not sure I'd have made the same choice Cam made with her identity thief. I understand her reasoning, but this woman had no remorse and would seem to have learned no lesson. After her eventual release from prison, I could see her doing it again.
     
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    One of my favorite shows, although I'm not squeamish, they're sometimes a little over the top with the blood and gore scenes. Especially when people are dismembered, shredded by industrial equipment, etc. Yuck.DVR is filling up and I've got about eight episodes to catch up on. Looking forward to this one. Spoilers never really bother me, I just watch the show and enjoy how it plays out.Plus once a show has been broadcast, it's an "enter at your own risk" category with the HTF.
     
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    Good news, not a lot of gore in this one (of the bloody sort) but a great storyline, and Richard Shiff nails his role. It's a great episode, reminds me of everything I oved about earlier seasons
     
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    The final scene from the episode at the chalk board was excellent. It was a very eloquent eulogy and probably the best moment from this season. I've been thinking about dropping Bones from the viewing rotation but I'm glad that I was able to catch this episode.

    - Walter.
     

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