Bones: Season 10
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In the 10th season of Bones, suspense is at an all-time high as Booth (David Borneanaz) is framed and jailed for the murder of three FBI agents while Bones (Emily Deschanel) considers committing blackmail to get him out of prison. Meanwhile, the team at the Jeffersonian sets out to solve a whole new roster of bizarre cases – the deaths of a controversial radio host, a mysterious crossword puzzler and many more. This season is filled with highs and lows including the death of a beloved team member and a newborn named after Booth. The Complete Season DVD has all 22 Season 10 episodes featuring favorite guest stars like Ryan O’Neal and Cyndi Lauper, as well as an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the landmark, noir-inspired 200th episode.
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The tenth season of Bones shakes the show up a lot. The fist handful of episodes are spent tying up the "conspiracy" story line that ended season 9 with Booth in handcuffs. They do not draw out the story too long, and end up wrapping it up within the first couple episodes in a somewhat anti-climatic end (at least in my opinion). Of course, as most know, there is a major death early on as a part of that story like which affects the characters throughout the remainder of the season.
The show keeps the case of the week format tied together with larger overall arcs. The big theme for the season is the various character relationships (especially Booth and Brennan) and the next step the various characters are taking. There is a new addition to the team in the form of a new FBI agent James Aubrey played by John Boyd. While it is always tricky introducing new characters in a long running established show, Boyd seemed to have good chemistry with the rest of the cast, and his character was well written so the integration was pretty smooth. Especially after he found his footing with the character.
Toward the end of the season there is a tie back to the Pelant story line and the money he stole from Hodgins, and a post-death Pelant threat which may or may not tie into season 11. The team is definitely left in a state of flux at the end of the season, but not with as big a cliffhanger as season 9 ended on.
For those who get the DVDs the bonuses include deleted scenes for select episodes. A making of feature on the series' 200th episode, a gag reel, and a feature on the character that was killed off. Not a ton of material, but good for what is there. My only real complaint is that the show stopped being released on blu ray after season 8 (which is more due to the studio than the quality of the show itself). If that is a big deal to you then streaming may be the way you want to go, but otherwise we are just stuck with DVD.
While I admit that I think this season is one of the weaker ones, it's still an enjoyable watch. Most shows are much worse off when they hit season 10. And I really enjoyed their 200th episode (they did something a little different, and it was fun). If you're a fan of the show, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
This season, as with the previous 9, is worth watching and owning to be able to watch again.