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BONES: Stephen Nathan Teases ‘The Master in the Slop’

January 24, 2014 by  

BONES has been in the middle of a fairly serious run of episodes lately (which, personally, I love), but tonight’s brand new episode, “The Master in the Slop” seems like it might be a bit of a lighter hour.

“We have one that is a very different kind of episode for us,” BONES boss Stephen Nathan told me. “[‘The Master in the Slop’ was] lot of fun, that centers on a chess master that was killed.”

And, as you might expect, one of our regulars has their own in with the case.

“We learn Sweets was a chess player,” Nathan teased. “And that’s a great cat and mouse chess game. It’s a little different from what we’ve done.”

BONES airs Fridays at 8 PM on Fox.

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2 Responses to “BONES: Stephen Nathan Teases ‘The Master in the Slop’”

  1. Heidi on January 24th, 2014 6:32 pm

    Any chance Booth gets a storyline soon? He has to be one of the most underused main characters( at least I think he’s still considered a main character) in a tv show this year. Right now, the squinterns are seeing more action than he is, Brennan twice as much!

  2. bountypeaches on January 24th, 2014 8:43 pm

    Heidi, you should appreciate that they don’t give Booth story lines like the ones they keep giving Brennan. They keep regressing her to learn lessons that she already knew back in S2. When Cam first came on the scene she was upset Cam got the job over her but she you know “stared at Cam like human remains before making a decision” and at the end she admitted that she knew why Cam got the job over her. I enjoy Brennan as an objective and rational scientist, not this irrational woman they have made her out to be. Please stop making her the butt of the jokes.