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BONES: The Stars and Creator Share Which Episodes You Should Watch to Survive the Hiatus

March 6, 2015 by  

BONES has been off the air since its 200th episode aired in December, and there are still a few more weeks until the show returns.

To help fans pass the time, the cast (BONES stars Emily Deschanel, TJ Thyne, Tamara Taylor, and Pej Vahdat) as well as creator Hart Hanson weighed in on which episodes they’d like you to rewatch during the hiatus…

Emily Deschanel:

TJ Thyne:

Tamara Taylor:

Pej Vahdat:

Hart Hanson:

BONES returns Thursday, March 26th at 8 PM on Fox.

Related:

BONES Bonus Video: Pej Vahdat Has Some Questions for Michael Grant Terry and Eugene Byrd
BONES’ Jonathan Collier on the Show’s Next Serial Killer: ‘This One You Don’t See Coming’
BONES: Emily Deschanel Shares Her Favorite Part of Filming ‘The 200th in the 10th’
BONES: Tamara Taylor on Her Unique Role in Episode 200
BONES: The Cast and Producers Share Memories From Their First Days on the Set

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  2. Ian Cameron on March 21st, 2015 2:27 am

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