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Bones– Second half of Season 10

10.11   The Psychic in the Soup

10.12   The Teacher in the Books

10.13   The Baker in the Bits

10.14   The Putter in the Rough

10.15   The Eye in the Sky

10.16   The Big Beef in the Royal Diner

10.17   The Lost in the Found

10.18   The Verdict in the Victims

10.19   The Murder in the Middle East

10.20   The Woman in the Whirlpool

10.21   The Life in the Light

10.22   The End in the End

Bones - Episode 10.15 - The Eye in the Sky - Press Release

THE TEAM INVESTIGATES THE DEATH OF A HIGH-STAKES GAMBLER ON AN ALL-NEW “BONES” THURSDAY, APRIL 23, ON FOX

Brennan and Booth Are Pregnant With Baby No. 2!

When the remains of a high-stakes gambler are located in an industrial shredder, Booth risks relapsing into his gambling addiction as he and Brennan delve into the world of underground poker. Meanwhile, Hodgins invents a new product related to the lab, and Brennan and Booth find out some exciting news in the all-new “The Eye in the Sky” episode of BONES airing Thursday, April 23 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (BON-1015) (TV-14; D, L, V) CC-AD-HDTV 720p-Dolby Digital 5.1 PA: Viewer discretion is advised.

Cast: Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance Brennan; David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth; TJ Thyne as Dr. Jack Hodgins; Michaela Conlin as Angela Montenegro; Tamara Taylor as Dr. Camille “Cam” Saroyan; John Boyd as FBI Special Agent James Aubrey

Guest Cast: Laura Spencer as Jessica Warren; Sunnie Pelant as Christine Booth; Seth Peterson as Matt Elliott; Jeremy Ratchford as ATM; Janelle Giumarra as Gold Digger; Adam Tsekhman as Mustache/Johnny; Todd Elliott Williams as Mid-Life/Nate; Zachary Laurent Schor as Beanie Guy; Ryan Stallings as Dealer; Vito D’Ambrosio as Jason Samuels; Trevor Algatt as Jeff Dover; Christoher Matthew Downs as Dustin West; Victoria Garcia Kelleher as Jayne Barry; Joseph Ahmadyar as Mike; David Hemphill as Willie.

5 Things to Know About Bones “The Teacher in the Books”

Now that we’ve all had a moment to digest the excitement and drama that was the Bones Spring Premiere return, we can finally look ahead to next Thursday’s episode. 

In April 2nd’s “The Teacher in the Books” the team investigate the murder of a wealthy school teacher whose body is discovered by a couple of opportunistic thieves in an abandoned bookstore. 

While Brennan and intern Jessica Warren (guest star Laura Spencer) work to find clues on the victim’s bones, Booth and Aubrey realize that the list of suspects is surprisingly large, comprising fellow teachers, students, the school janitor and even the victim’s loving boyfriend. 

We’ve seen the episode a little earlier than most, thanks to our friends at FOX, and have 5 teasers to share with you. 

As usual, no major spoilers! We want you to enjoy this episode as much as we did. 

Here then are 5 things to know about “The Teacher in the Books” 

Brennan Takes to Twitter 

If we’re being honest, we could probably have simply titled this entire article “Brennan Takes to Twitter” and be done with it. There are just so many comedy moments ripe for the picking in this sub­plot we could fill a book. The fun starts when Brennan’s publisher suggests joining the social media platform as a way to boost sales and connect with fans. However after several tweets and only 10 followers, Brennan has to concede that perhaps Twitter is something she’s just not good at. Here are just a few of our favorite Brennan/Twitter comedy gold moments from “The Teacher in the Books.”

- Labelling all of her tweets Tweet 1, Tweet 2, Tweet 3 … 

- Using ‘Selfie’ as a verb. 

- Showing a propensity for polysyllabic words. (How short those tweets must be!) Hash­tagging a tweet as #WhimsicallyAmusing. 

- Genuinely wondering how to “say anything of substance in 140 characters or less?” (We feel your pain, Bones.)

Brennan’s Muse

While mastering the Twitterverse, with a little help from squintern Jessica Warren, Brennan is encouraged to make her tweets a little more personable. In doing so, she shares some details from her novels, alerting Aubrey to the fact that the fictional character Special Agent Andy Lister is based on Booth. This in turn leads Aubrey to bluntly question Booth as to why the two main characters didn’t have sex until book number three. (You’re the voice of a million fans, Aubrey.) We won’t spoil you with Booth’s response

Cam and Hodgins Bond Over Books 

A murder in an abandoned book store will divide the team over a love of (or complete disinterest in) books. While Cam and Hodgins wax lyrical on how an e­book just can’t compare to that “new book smell” Aubrey counters with “Because who doesn’t love huffing a good book?” Booth takes an even more direct attitude with “I suppose you want to go back to riding a horse to work?” Calm down, guys! Isn’t there a dead body here someplace?

Caroline Proposes … 

Our favorite prosecutor Caroline Julian (patricia Belcher) has quite the episode this week, not only proposing to Booth(!) but changing the fortunes and the future of a struggling family who will not want to score less than an A on her watch.

Some Things are Sacred 

As we all know, when Brennan feels she’s not good at something she makes it her mission to excel in that field, even if that field is just ‘being good at Twitter.’ This drive to succeed in the environment of social media causes her to over­share at intervals in “The Teacher in the Books” and causes concerns for one colleague. However in a touching scene in the final moments, Brennan refuses to share a picture of something dear to her heart – despite repeated protests for her to do so. The moment proves that when it comes to social media, our girl has totally got this.

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March 28th: This Day in Bones History

March 28th, 2007: The Priest in the Churchyard

The team solves the case of a priest found in a churchyard and must navigate the relationships between a traditional priest and a more progressive, younger one. B&B also must navigate their views of religion (and respect for it) and more as their bickering rises to new levels after Brennan’s decision to not go with Sully.

Ultimately, the two turn to Dr. Wyatt for advice. 

(pic cred x)

  • What sort of finale should we brace ourselves for this year?
  • NATHAN:The finale’s gonna be a big game-changer for all of the characters. What we’re placed in the position of doing, since we didn’t get an official pickup for season 11—we fully expect that there will be a season 11. We could be deluded, but we hope there will be. But we couldn’t do the cliffhanger that we had planned. Because of this loyal and wonderful audience that we’ve had for 10 years, we couldn’t just end with a cliffhanger that wasn’t resolved. We had to resolve the series in some way, so we tried to resolve the series and keep it alive at the same time. The reality is Booth and Brennan’s lives are ongoing. Our relationship to those lives might be coming to an end, but that’s not to say that we can’t pick up and look at those lives again at any point in time, and that’s what we’re planning on doing in season 11.
  • So would there be a potential time jump?
  • NATHAN:Yes, potentially there’s a time jump.
  • Do you have an idea of how long that might be?
  • NATHAN:You know, it’s actually impossible to say at this point. We have a few alternate ways to approach the beginning of season 11. Each one is very, very very interesting for us.