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Bones/Sleepy Hollow Crossover Recap, Part 1: The Leftenant in the Lab

Heres the weirdest thing about the long-heralded Bones/Sleepy Hollow crossover: Its just not that weird. I say that with a sense of pleasant surprise and a lot of relief. As a formerly ardent-now-casual fan of Bones and someone who covers Sleepy Hollow for TVLine, I feared that the two-hour event would distill the quirkiest [] //

Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves'

Brennan brings in Betty White's Dr. Beth Mayer to help with the team's latest case in Bones season 11 episode 4, "The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves," as they investigate a murder that leads back to fantasy football. Plus, Booth is upset when he finds out his wife's plans for the character based on him in her latest book. For more on what happened, read the recap.   Read More... //

About Last Night BONES

Lets talk aabout Thursday nights TV! (And since Im currently out of the country, this weeks rare editions of ALNs will likely consistent entirely of things that had screeners made available before I left.) BONES: Very mixed feelings about the episode. Loved, loved, loved the Betty White of it all. The spark she [] //

BONES Recap: The Carpal in the Coy-Wolves

When things get boring, thats when you start killing characters. HAHAHAHA, BONES! Can a show troll itself? Yes it can! Either way, I loved that line from guest star Betty White (as Dr. Beth Mayer) in this weeks episode, The Carpal in the Coy-Wolves. What did you think of this episode? There is a lot [] //

Bones Season 11 Episode 4 Review: The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves

Ill be honest, Im not a fan of football, so the allure of a fantasy football league completely eludes me, but I can understand obsession. (Were all a little obsessed with TV here at TV Fanatic.) Still, trading ones wife for a killer fantasy football trade makes even obsession seem like an extreme understatement. Betty White joined in on the fun on Bones Season 11 Episode 4 as intern Dr. Beth Mayer, who appeared to know everything about everything even fantasy football. I believe shes the only person who has ever stepped foot in that lab who truly made Brennan feel inferior. Brennan shouldnt have worried. In four or five more decades she may have just as much life experience as Dr. Mayerhopefully with a lot less husbands.   Read More...   //

'Bones' Recap: Does Brennan Really Kill Off Agent Andy?

In "The Carpals in the Coy-wolves," Bones delivers a well-rounded hour of delightful laugh-out-loud fun. The featured guest star is none other than the iconic comedienne Betty White who plays brilliant forensic anthropologist, Dr. Beth Mayer, Brennan's colleague and rival. This sassy Emmy and American Comedy Award winner brings to her Bones character the moxie and comedic timing she's charmed the viewing public with for nearly nine decades as a performer.   Read More...   //

Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The Donor in the Drink'

Booth and Brennan's first official case back at their old jobs involves selling organs black market-style. Meanwhile, Booth can't locate his brother's cremated remains ... until Brennan discovers how Christine has managed to climb into Baby Hank's crib. For more on what happened, read the recap.   Read More... //

'Bones' recap: 'The Donor in the Drink'

Booth and Brennan get back to work.   Read More... //

Bones Season 11 Episode 3 Review: The Donor in the Drink

Booth faced some unnecessary angst over his brothers remains in Bones Season 11 Episode 3 as Jareds ashes went missing. Poor Booth. Not only couldnt he save his brother, he couldnt even keep track of his ashes. For someone who likes to be in control as much as Booth, that had to add to his grief. Not surprisingly, Booth and Brennan had completely opposite reactions to talking to their daughter about death. Brennan openly talked about Jareds ashes while Booth looked on, horrified. But as Brennan said in this Bones quote ...   Read More...   //

'Bones' Recap: Who Stole Jared's Cremains?

In "The Donor in the Drink," Bones introduces a fishy murder, missing cremains of Booth's deceased brother, and a finalized break-up between Arastoo and Camille. More centrally, however, is the issue of Booth reinstalling himself at the FBI while dealing with unease over being unable to take care of Jared even though he's no longer alive.   After an intense two-part premiere with " The Loyalty in the Lie " and " The Brother in the Basement ," this third installment gives us the sweetness of siblings Christine and Hank as well as some good old Aubrey humor. It's good to have the Booth's back in the saddle, isn't it?   Read More... //