Thursday, September 18


For those of you who may not know, there is a fantastic show out there called 'Bones.' It is wonderful and if you aren't watching - you better start if you want to be my friend. It is better than all those other "crime dramas" and whatnot, because the crime isn't the focus of the show. It isn't about neat effects and superdrama. It is all about forensic anthropoligist and Smithsonian extraordinaire Temperance "Bones" Brennan and FBI agent Seeley Booth and the people they work with and the dead/disfigured/mangled/melted/decomposed bodies they find.

Watch it.

I anxiously await for the new episode to come out and I enjoy it, laughing at something Bones said that no one got. For example: last week the veterinarian's assistant they were interviewing used the word "enervating" incorrectly - which Temperance pointed out to her. Then, later in the episode, the vet-tech talked about being tired and debilitated and Temperance said "that's enervating." Classic Bones.

Again, watch it. You won't regret it because it's lovely. And for you television snobs out there (because I know plenty) perhaps you would prefer to start with the Temperance Brennan series by Kathy Reichs which is loosely based on Kathy Reichs' experiences as an actual forensic anthropologist. Wow. How cool is that?

1 comment:

Kenley's Korner said...

I know that you love comments and e-mails, but you should also add that you never respond to them. So it is really a one sided affair and you are the only one getting the pleasure:)