“Do you believe in fate?”
I do! I believe!
Wednesday, I saw someone wondering if this episode would connect back to the real story in any way. 2,258 more words
Cartoon Network has become the source of cartoon lover’s all time favorite cartoons. Though cartoons are assumed to be for children, the writers for many of Cartoon Networks’ day-time, children themed shows have a tendency to add a bit of adult humor into their magical, childlike storylines. 901 more words
What a fun episode.
The more attention I pay to other fans’ responses to the show, the more grateful I am that however much I love Booth and Brennan – and I do – that it’s never been solely about their ship for me. 1,575 more words
Okay, maybe I’m imagining things. It wouldn’t be the first time.
I was reminded this morning of just how subjective everything is about how we view the show, but I feel like I’m seeing a theme this season, and whether or not it’s intentional on the writers’ part, I love it. 1,575 more words
One of the things I most appreciate about Bones is the different types of stories they tell. Drama, humor, action, science…it’s all there, and I suspect that variety is one of the reasons for the show’s longevity. 1,600 more words
I’m having trouble finding the right words for this episode, as the usual ones all feel inadequate. It seems too sad to call it beautiful, and too powerful for it to matter whether or not I can say I loved it – though all are true. 1,688 more words
Can I just start by saying that forensic science conventions are a lot more interesting than the ones in my profession?
Er, right. Anyway…it’s freaking awesome that, ten seasons in, the show continues to entertain me the way it does, continues to find new ways to tell me things about these characters, new ways to make me feel. 1,546 more words