Finally got around to watching the last ep. It was odd. I liked the hoarder storyline, but the rest of the ep was just weird, too fragmented. I have a feeling something big will happen to bring everyone back together in September.
I seem to forget it's even on quite frequently, so I only saw the end again. It seems like this has a chance to either keep the series going strong with a shakeup, or doom it to destruction by messing with chemistry. But maybe I missed too much to make a proper assessment of the episode.
Too late; I already copyrighted these parodies: Rogue Juan, Rogue Won, Rogue Huan, Rogue Wan, Rogue Obi-Wan, Rouge One, Rogue Wand.
MSP, while watching last night, I couldn't get your hairstyle comment out of (off of?) my head. The "case study on TV" about New Jersey males and females was quite funny; I wonder if any who live there would feel that was a shot at them (but of course, their 'V' abs can take any shot you got, know what I'm sayin'? ). Bones is showing to remain professional while she's clearly struggling with Booth's new interest. We'll see how far that goes before there's a blow-up or more emotional neuron and endorphins reaction from her.
David Alan Grier is a funny man. He worked well on last night's show. Bones aims a shotgun, and ninja kicks a woman with a needle in a hospital? I expected her to wail on a guitar after that.
All in all I'm liking this season so far, the Hannah thing seems legit although Sweets planted the seed that it won't work (the bonded in combat exchange). I'm not sure I'm digging Bones' new 'dew.