A child has died and the Jeffersonian is NOT okay with it. Join Emily, Marshall, James, and, unfortunately, Charlie the dog as they delve into Bones episode 105: “A Boy in a Bush.” Laugh along as we discuss Booth’s misunderstanding of the “zoom” feature on cameras, and cry about yet another crime procedural’s foray into infanticide. Things come to a head mostly because James had a long week at work, and the Bones Zone squad proves they are unafraid of deteriorating into non sequitur. We’ve got wealthy scientists, baby snatching, and good ol’ fashioned child murder, right here, on the Bones Zone (we’re sorry about this one).
Jump on in with the Bones Zone crew as we hit the road for our first off-campus episode! Bones and Booth find themselves in the horniest town in the state of Washington. While mountain men lust after Brennan, Hodgins and Zack Addy find themselves locked in their own affaire de coeur with the UPS girl. Oh, and somewhere along the way a murder gets solved. We got bears, bones, brews, and a whole lot more right here, right now, on the Bones Zone.
Some boy is hanging in a tree and the Bones Zone crew wants to know why! Join James, Emily, and Marshall as they feebly attempt and ultimately fail to piece together the central plot of Bones episode 103: “The Boy in the Tree.” Why does Sid poison Hodgins? Why can the FBI only investigate homicides? What is a hyoid and why does it, what’s the word, burn? The answers to all of these (kinda) and more, right here, on The Bones Zone.
The Bones Zone squad gets #deep talking about Bones episode 102: The Man in the SUV, and reveals their lack of understanding of major world religions. Emily finally gets into SUR. Tensions run hot between Marshall and James as repressed memories of a pizza/dog incident surface. Does the show Bones have the gravitas to handle themes of international terrorism? We leave this as an exercise to the listener.
Emily, James, and Marshall crack a few brews and get deep into the show Bones. Hilarity ensues as the three friends search for deeper meaning in this unapologetically campy, grotesque Fox procedural. Did Booth purposefully miss his first shot? Why is Hodgins so snarky? Was this pod a good idea? All of this and more can be found in the Bones Zone.