Bones is moving to Fridays at 8p on Fox tonight and you don’t want to miss this episode. Bones is serving on a jury for a murder trial and you know how that is going to go. Especially when they all get sequestered.
Meanwhile the crew back at the Jeffersonian are looking into a murder that is tied to the case that Bones is on. Will they find out both are connected before it is too late? You have to tune into find out.
Then at 9p, Raising Hope is finally back and they are airing not one but two episodes. In the first episode, the Chances realize that there is a man that has been following them all around for years, what does he want from them? Let’s just say his closer to them than they know.
Then at 9:30p the Chances come up with their own financial system and they are living the high life. That is until something happens…
Even though Raising Hope has a new showrunner, the sitcom is still as funny as ever.
Who would ever think that there would be more good shows to watch on a Friday than on a Wednesday? My DVRs can’t even record them all.
via The Back Row
Before Bryan Cranston and David Boreanaz were famous TV stars, they were highly paid fashion models for JC Penney. They look the same now as they did when our favorite meth dealer was 40 and the best FBI agent was 27 in that 1996 ad.
Before Emily Deschanel only cared about the inside of people on Bones, she cared about what they wore on the outside in It Could Happen to You. She looks the same now as she did when she was 17 in that 1994 movie.
Tonight at 8p on Fox, it is finally time for Bones (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) to say I do on Bones.
Although things start off semi-normal at their rehearsal at the Church, things take a sudden change when some Bones are found. As much as they say they are not going to let it stop their nuptials, things keep getting in the way. So most of our favorite Squints come back to help out, but will it be enough to save the day? The team has a pool to when they will call off the wedding.
Finally the time is upon us, and several of Bones and Booth’s family members have come to wish the happy couple good luck on their big day. Will it go off without a hitch or will someone win the office pool? You will have to tune in to find out. Also you will want to see the gorgeous dress they picked for her to wear and to listen to Cyndi Lauper wow us as she sings At Last.
And did I mention that Emily Deschanel’s real life husband, David Hornsby, plays the Priest who is set to preside over the wedding. Can we say awkward and that is the perfect stunt casting.
David Boreanaz Tweeted the above photo and said “Sometimes I get so wrapped up in what I’m doing at work, I get stuck and spun into this.” I don’t know about you, but put a bow on him and I will take two of those for Christmas!
Tonight at 8p on Fox, Bones and Booth go undercover at a couples retreat as Roxie and Tony, and they find out a lot about themselves while they are there. Will it be enough for Brennan to get over the fact that Booth turned down her marriage proposal or is this the end for them?
You will have to tune in for an episode with a lot of laughs and the perfect amount of crime solving? Did I mention that Booth puts on one of the fake Sumo wrestler costumes that leads to him fallen and he can’t get up?
Then at 10p turn the dial over to ABC to find out the fate of another couple’s proposal. When Castle ended last season, he asked Beckett to marry him and then the credits started to role. Well tonight’s episode picked up where the season finale left off and we get that answer immediately. We also find out if she is leaving NYC for DC before the first commercial break. I could tell you more but then that would spoil what happens next and I want you to enjoy the season premiere as much as I did without know the answer to those questions.
There procedurals are equal parts crime solving and fun, and because of that they are the only two I enjoy.
I will be honest with you, I hated all of Fox’s new comedies (although Dads is growing on me) and I am not fan of most of the fall dramas (midseason is a different story), but that all changed after I finally watched Sleepy Hollow this weekend. This show that debuts on Fox at 9p tonight is head (no pun?) and shoulders above all the other dramas for the fall.
Sleepy Hollow starts out with Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) on the battlefield in Tarrytown when a masked horseman suddenly appears out of no where. After several shots, he doesn’t go down until Crane chops off his head. Now the Headless Horseman goes down and Crane does too because he was mortally wounded in the fight.
Then the episode picks up in present day and Crane is awakened from his grave in a cave. He doesn’t know where he is and more importantly when it is. If that isn’t bad enough, there is a someone going on a killing spree by chopping people’s heads off and Crane will be the lead suspect.
Detective Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) is a week away from leaving Sleepy Hollow for Quantico, but her plans are derailed when she starts investigating the murders of people in her hometown including her partner.
While almost no one believes that Crane didn’t commit the murders, Mills thinks he might be telling the truth when he reveals only something that she knows. So she partners up with him and they learn there is so much more to the Headless Horseman.
The show takes on the legends from the book along with the myths of the town and a story from the New Testament to give us a modern day take of a classic that will have you hooked by the opening credits.
Where the show goes from the premiere, I don’t know and I can’t wait to find out. And I am sure you will feel the same way.
But before Sleepy Hollow debuts, Bones is back on Fox at 8p. Brennan is still having issues with Booth who refused her proposal for an unknown reason. He still can’t tell her that he said no to protect the lives of innocent people that Pelant threatened to kill if he said yes. So now in order to save his relationship, he will have to find a way to tell her without Pelant finding out. Will he be able to do it or will his love be lost forever?
Freddie Prinze Jr makes his first appearance on the show, and if you blink you will miss it. Well maybe more than blink, but his recurring role will be explained tonight after his brief debut!
Tonight at 8p Bones does something it has never done before for its 150th episode, the Fox procedural tells the story through the dead person’s eyes. When a 14 year old boy’s bones are discovered in an abandoned green house, the team vow to find out who killed him. What they don’t know is that spirit has not left his body and he is watching them do everything to solve his case. Cyndi Lauper returns as Avalon the psychic and she will try to give him a voice but there isn’t much she can do. As team work tirelessly to find his killer(s), we can get a first hand look what the bones see and it is pretty incredible how they handled it. So don’t miss this must watch episode that will keep you interested from the start to the end.
Here’s to Bones’ first 150 episodes and here’s to 150 more!
Tonight at 8p on Fox Bones goes where it hasn’t gone before, 9/11. When Bones reads Phil Jackson book, she decides to bring in all of the interns to solve the cold cases. At first they all work on their own to prove that they are the best, but Vaziri has yet to solve one case. So when Brennan calls him on it, he says it is more about finding out who the person is than solving all of the cases. As he looks more into his case, he finds out that his person, a homeless man actually died on September 11, 2001. Now all of the interns and the team stop what they were doing, and focus on this case. As their quest to find answers goes on, they learn more about each other. At one point during the show, they all discuss what they were doing on that day when they heard the news. But the most meaningful moment came when Vazari explains what it meant to be a Muslim on that day and how it changed him. What he says, will really make you think. Pej Vahdat really gives it his all tonight and boy does he deliver. And so does the show that respectfully honored the day that so many have gotten wrong before. Whether you are a regular Bones watcher or not, tonight’s episode is one everyone will enjoy.
Last week during the season premiere Bones and Booth were finally reunited after being separated for 3 months and tonight at 8p we start to see the friction between them because of that. Their fighting in a way is perfect because they are dealing with a case of a murdered divorce attorney. Will looking into his murder help get them back together or will it drive them further apart?
Then at 9p The Mob Doctor airs its second episode and after last week’s series premiere ratings failure. I thought the show’s debut was so boring, I couldn’t even review it. So when Fox put the second episode online, I thought I would check it out to see if it was any better. I have to say it was even more boring. The problem with the show is doesn’t have an identity. It needs to either be a mob show and deal with mob like issues and whack people or it needs to be a medical show and let us watch them try to solve medical cases. It doesn’t do either one and because of that and lead that doesn’t make you care for her, it might be the first show cancelled and it might come as early as tomorrow. Especially if it scores even lower ratings than it did last week and the show did so without the competition of new eps of Two Broke Girls and Mike & Molly, and Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars on against it. The only hit The Mob Doctor will probably see will be itself.