From executive producers Hart Hanson and Barry Josephson comes the second exciting season of BONES, a darkly amusing hour-long procedural with humor, heart and character, inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and best-selling novelist Kathy Reichs.
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  1. Danielle Utt

    I love this show, I hope it continues, also I hope to see more of the hillbilly intern, he and Hodges can really get comical. Seriously though, I hope this show continues for a few more seasons because all the good shows are getting canned and it is sad to see a good show end in its prime.

    7 months agoby @Danielle-UttFlag

  2. Doyinsola

    Can the makers of bones please remove camille soroyan from the show. it would make the show better

    1 year agoby @DoyinsolaFlag

  3. Xenon

    I love this show, Dr. Temperence Brennan is the female version of Dr. Sheldon Cooper but with a twist. He's silly and she's not.
    Some people think that the world centers around them, both of these characters think that and are Intelligent in their own little way.

    She insists that she knows what to do around criminals and forgets that she's a civilian, and has no jurisdiction of what she's doing.

    2 years agoby @xenon56Flag

  4. Ssalunkhe

    Bones is an American crime comedy/drama based on the novels by real life forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs. Dr. Temperence Brennan (Emily Deschanel) partners up with an FBI agent (David Boreanaz) to identify bodies and solve crimes.

    2 years agoby @ssalunkheFlag

  5. Concerned

    I cannot comprehend this show. Is Bones an anthropologist or a detective. If she was an anthropologist than her circ*mference of the investigation would only contain the works of: what the bones can tell her on how the person died, where and if there is any evidence that can put someone at the scene of the crime. She has gone out of her profession to all of a sudden become a detective with a gun. What is it with her belittling everyone around her because "she is the only human being on the earth that is perfect or the most intelligent. Give me a break I just want to gag! In all reality she would have had to go to the police academy to be authorized to be a partner with Booth. I believe Bones would have to know every human being on the face of this earth to know if she was the smartest or the most perfect. Actually, their is no such thing as a perfect human, in all reality; people are naturally born with faults. I commend Booth for his extreme patience with Bones, any other man would have had a few choice words on putting him down all the time. Seems to me if Bones did not have her team she would be a freaking idiot. Anyone can be book smart (and in that you would only be as smart as those who originated the thoughts, studies, observations or discoveries that where put in their pages of the books) outside of that Bones shows a lack intellect with the simplest things in life like, "common sense". After observing all this, I have come to the conclusion that the show would make more sense being called "Miss Perfect"

    2 years agoby @concernedFlag

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