Bones 9 Seasons 2007

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Season 2
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15. Bodies in the Book TV-14 CC

Brennan prepares to hit the publicity circuit to promote her novel. However, when she and Booth investigate a murder in the marina, they notice striking similarities between the case and one of the fictional murders in Brennan's book.

Starring:
Tamara Taylor, Steve Braun
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
March 14, 2007

Bodies in the Book

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Season 2
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    1. The Titan on the Tracks Brennan and Booth investigate the site of a train wreck.

    TV-14 44min August 30, 2006
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    2. Mother and Child in the Bay Booth and Brennan examine the remains of a woman and fetus.

    TV-14 44min September 6, 2006
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    3. The Boy in the Shroud The remains of a teenage runaway are discovered and his parents think he was murdered by his "wrong side of the tracks" girlfriend.

    TV-14 44min September 13, 2006
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    4. The Blonde in the Game When Booth and Brennan unearth the remains of a young girl, they discover she might be the victim of a serial killer on death row.

    TV-14 44min September 20, 2006
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    5. The Truth in the Lye When a partially dissolved body is found at a construction site, Brennan discovers the deceased had multiple identities.

    TV-14 44min September 27, 2005
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    6. The Girl in Suite 2103 The death of a young woman in a Miami hotel leads Brennan and Booth into a confrontation with the U.S. State Department.

    TV-14 44min October 4, 2006
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    7. The Girl with the Curl Brennan and Booth investigate the death of Brianna Swanson, a young beauty queen whose decomposed remains are discovered at a Washington, DC water filtration plant.

    TV-14 44min November 1, 2006
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    8. The Woman in the Sand When the unearthed remains of Mason Roberts, a federal prosecutor who disappeared five years earlier, are discovered in the desert outside Las Vegas, Brennan and Booth suspect his death may be tied to the mob.

    TV-14 44min November 8, 2006
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    9. Aliens in a Spaceship The bodies of twin teenage boys kidnapped five years earlier are discovered in Pennsylvania.

    TV-14 44min November 15, 2006
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    10. The Headless Witch in the Woods When the headless body of a young man, along with a video camera full of documentary footage, is discovered in the DC-area woods, Brennan and Booth are called in to determine identify the year-old remains and determine if a murder was committed.

    TV-14 44min November 29, 2006
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    11. Judas on a Pole When a manís body is found gutted, burned and hung up like a scarecrow on the roof of the Federal Building, Booth and Brennan are called in to identify the charred remains and determine who was behind the murder.

    TV-14 44min December 13, 2006
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    12. The Man in the Cell Brennan and Booth are called to the scene of a deadly fire at a D.C. prison to investigate what they believe is the death of Brennan's incarcerated adversary, serial killer Howard Epps, whose body was found burned beyond recognition.

    TV-14 44min January 31, 2007
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    13. The Girl in the Gator After Booth maliciously shoots a clown ornament on an ice cream truck, his gun is taken away and he's forced to meet with an FBI psychiatrist to prove he's mentally stable in order to get his gun back.

    TV-14 44min February 7, 2007
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    14. The Man in the Mansion Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian team are called in by the Bancroft family, major donors to the Jeffersonian, to investigate the death of Terence Bancroft, who was found dead at home, bound to his desk chair and maliciously stabbed.

    TV-14 44min February 14, 2007
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    15. Bodies in the Book Brennan prepares to hit the publicity circuit to promote her novel. However, when she and Booth investigate a murder in the marina, they notice striking similarities between the case and one of the fictional murders in Brennan's book.

    TV-14 44min March 14, 2007
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    16. The Boneless Bride in the River Interrupting Brennanís romantic vacation with Sully on his boat in the marina, Booth drags her to a crime scene on the river where the shell of a womanís body is found minus all of her bones.

    TV-14 44min March 21, 2007
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    17. The Priest in the Churchyard A water main bursts in the middle of the night at the historic St. Agatha's church cemetery, leaving the cemetery grounds littered with coffins and their once-peaceful inhabitants, and Brennan is called in to identify and help re-inter the remains.

    TV-14 44min March 28, 2007
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    18. The Killer in the Concrete A partial skeleton is found encased in cement, and Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian team are called in to investigate.

    TV-14 44min April 4, 2007
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    19. Spaceman in a Crater Brennan and Booth rush to investigate a scene where a dead man has been found in a crater.

    TV-14 43min May 3, 2007
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    20. The Glowing Bones in the Old Stone House Brennan and Bones are called by Homeland Security to investigate the scene at an old stone house where some glowing bones have been found.

    TV-14 44min May 9, 2007
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    21. Stargazer in a Puddle The decomposed skeleton of what appears to be a young girl is found in a grocery cart in the D.C. area.

    TV-14 44min May 17, 2007

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Genres Drama, Romance, Mystery, Comedy
Director Craig Ross Jr.
Starring Tamara Taylor, Steve Braun
Supporting actors Michaela Conlin, Eric Millegan, Tamara Taylor, T.J. Thyne, Eddie McClintock, Jonathan Slavin, Valarie Pettiford, Chris Conner, Colby French, Steve Braun, Darby Stanchfield, Sean Patrick Murphy, Ted Lyde, Jordan Tartakow
Season year 2007
Network FOX
Executive Producer Christopher Ambrose
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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Mel Odom TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 16, 2007
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FOX Television has struck gold with the series, BONES. The series stars BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and ANGEL heartthrob David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Seely Booth and relative newcomer Emily Deschanel as Temperance Brennan.

The series is based on books written by real-life forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs. Reichs is also a real-life NEW YORK TIMES best-selling author. Viewers of the television show will quickly discover that the "Temperance Brennan" of the books is much different than the character in the television show. The literary Temperance is a divorced mother with a problematic family.

In the television show, Temperance is an orphan that was raised in foster care and has trouble relating to others on an interpersonal level. She also happens to be an author and writes about a forensic anthropologist named Kathy Reichs.

The two series, in some ways, are vastly different. But people who enjoy the show will probably enjoy the books. And people enjoy the books, once they get over the fact that their favorite heroine isn't presented the way she is in the novels, will have a blast with the television show.

BONES, derived from Seely Booth's pet name for Temperance and from the fact that a forensic anthropologist usually only has skeletons to work with, is a fascinating interplay of almost-romance, outstanding characters, and nifty little puzzles dealing with murder and mayhem. The chemistry between the two stars is palpable and believable. I haven't seen Boreanaz anything that I haven't liked him in. Deschanel was new to me, although I had seen her in a supporting role in GLORY ROAD that was much different than the Temperance role.
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50 of 57 people found the following review helpful By G. E. Williams VINE VOICE on July 6, 2007
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I loved this season of Bones even more than season one, as more of the cast are developing to fuller characters, with new subplots to keep things tied together, and more really cool forensics.

Dr Brennan (Emily Deschanel) continues to struggle with her desire to feel normal emotional connection, while her intellect keeps her from exactly getting there, and while the chemical tension with her partner simmers under the surface. Thrown into the mix are new moral dilemmas due to her developing knowledge of her birth family, and shades of gray start to infiltrate her world of black and white. Can one be a moral (justified) killer? Etc. Forgiveness and love are examined in rather unique ways

Bones is very good TV, that I can enjoy with both my wife and my teens.
So if you have already watched season one, get season two (but really, watch one first for the character development that is quite good) and have a marathon fun weekend!
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By J. Flaherty on June 22, 2007
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Hey squints! If you liked the first season of Bones, you almost have to buy this one. You know, if you've watched, that this show just gets better and better. The humor gets better, the relationships more interesting. To me its kind of like CSI meets Moonlighting (remember that show, or am I really old?). What I mean is there is everything you could hope for here, humor, romance, action, pretty, pretty people. Anyway, buy it, you won't regret it!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Holly on July 15, 2007
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Bones has inspried me to start a career in forensics. Bones is very thought-provoking, and also very informative. This may be a heavier show, but it's quite funny, and the characters are believeable. The characters are amusing in their own scienific way! Temperance Brennan ("Bones") who is the anthropologist, is very analyitcal and very well balanced out by laid back Steeley Booth. This series can suprise you in more ways than one! This season was better than last, and I look forward to the start of season 3! Congratulations on another show well done, FOX!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 18, 2007
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O Happy Day! As presented in widescreen, here's Season 2 of Bones. The great news is that there's no slack off at all from season one's most excellent run. Involving forensic conundrums and grim visions of death once again winningly meld with great drama, humor, pathos, and tenuous romance. Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologst Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan and David Boreanaz as FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) continue to dazzle as television's most electric investigative duo.

Whereas Booth is the intuitive people person, Brennan is still mostly socially in the dark. She remains dispassionate and driven in her pursuit of her personal Holy Grail, the truth. As always, her ability for drawing accurate observations from ruined human remains proves invaluable in solving FBI cases. As ever, the perceptive Booth and her free spirited best friend Angela are her main conduits to understanding the, to her, bewildering labyrinth of emotions and social decorum. Deschanel is great at allowing the audience to glimpse the wounds just beneath Bones' supremely confident exterior. She and Boreanaz are magical, and their chemical synergy remains the overwhelming draw of this series.

There's a barrage of big technical jargon used on each episode, but that doesn't keep me from being sofa-ed in rapt attention. This show is so clever that my attitude more or less echoes Booth's: "Keep talking. I'll catch up." The mysteries are compelling enough, but when thrown in with the engrossing human elements, it makes me want to tune in to the show that much more. The squints, while intimidatingly brainy and toiling away on a wavelength drastically foreign from that of average folks, are nevertheless engaging and very sympathetic characters.
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