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BONES: ‘The Doctor in the Photo’ Chat

December 9, 2010 by  

BONES fans, the wait is nearly over.

You’ve heard our take on “The Doctor in the Photo” and series star Emily Deschanel has also teased the hour.

Now it’s your turn to talk.

Give Me My Remote is hosting a live chat after the show airs in both the eastern and pacific time zones.

So what are you waiting for?

Set a reminder (see below) to join us and then come back to chat. We’re kicking things off at 9 P.M. EST. See you then…


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7 Responses to “BONES: ‘The Doctor in the Photo’ Chat”

  1. raydyan on December 9th, 2010 10:33 pm

    I feel very upset. This is the best episode of the season (it’s not too hard to beat the rest of the season, really)…but I don’t care for the lack of regard that Booth has shown to Brennan after she reveals her regret.

    How could he not be emotionally there for her? We can be emotionally connected to our friend even if we are in a relationship with someone else.

    I am not happy with what Booth has become this season. Not happy at all.
    In fact, the lack of warmth between these two has been noticed by me. I don’t like it.

  2. Bridget on December 10th, 2010 12:16 am

    I wasn’t surprised Emily delivered as expected, the lady deserves an emmy, now. Any chance Micah will become a recurring, he and Bren have great chemistry.
    SN mentioned early this season that Brennan will get a SO, is this still in the works. Will you follow up on this with HH or SN? Brennan has opened her heart to giving love a chance, she needs a man to follow through on her new found knowledge.

  3. Festina Lente on December 10th, 2010 7:50 am

    Um… I don’t know what to say about this episode.

    On the one hand, I loved ED’s acting and the sense of sheer loneliness that surrounds her. For some reason, I particularly loved Micah (who I for one am firmly convinced is a figment of Brennan’s imagination). That’s one of the reasons whyI adore Brennan – she’s the girl with imaginary friends. She shouldn’t doing this any more, not after having worked so hard to build a world that includes friends and a little bit of laughter. As for my favourite piece of writing, I thought the metaphor of the world turned upside down was outstanding as a recurring theme. I also thought that the cinematography was brilliant, a lot darker and sort of more autumnal than ever before.

    On the other hand, there were more than a few moments that jarred me out of full appreciation of the episode. The squints should have taken better care of Brennan; instead, they confined themselves to asking Sweets to talk to her (and btw, I did love Sweets there). The dialogue was very clunky at times: in the dinner scene at the beginning, when Hannah’s upposed to say that she finds itvery difficult to see herself as a mother (parallels to Brennan’s short-lived wish for a child, anyone?); the Cam-Brennan scene about the occupational markers; in the scene in Booth’s office with Hannah (and btw what the hell was she doing there apart from being required to sort of express concern for Brennan?). And yes, I do wish that the car scene hadn’t been spoilt by the promos.

    I am in the camp that firmly believes that there’s no way forward for Booth and Brennan any more. I don’t know whether it’s because I internalised Brennan’s POV, but I did believe Booth when he said he’s moved on. Good for him. But… in RL you just don’t come back from that. I am happy for Booth that he has Hannah, and I hope Brennan finds someone who loves her unconditionally for who she is.

    As for the writers, I think they’re currently stuck in an impossible situation. In RL, either Booth or Brennan would find a new job (particularly Booth). Having him stick around introduces a very forced note under the circumstances. I simply don’t see how they can have a meaningful partnership with so much pain between them. I’m really sorry about this. I loved these characters and maybe I’ll come back in January, but right now… I’m not sure what I will do.

  4. Kathryn Alyse on December 10th, 2010 4:50 pm

    I have been a devoted follower and extreme B/B shipper since season 1, and people may hate me for this, but I’m on Booth’s side 100%. After he told Brennan that he wanted to make it work, and she rejected him, I was so pissed off at her and emotionally crushed. I sobbed during that scene. In this episode, Brennan’s realization just felt awkward because I knew, and she knew, exactly what Booth, being the wonderful man that he is, would have to say. (This is not a comment on the acting, because David and Emily are beautiful actors, and I love them.) Her confession couldn’t possibly lead to a happy ending at this point in the story. He is in a committed relationship with a woman that he loves. And yes, I do believe he loves Hannah. He told Brennan when she rejected him that he was going to have to find someone else. I’m not happy with all the Booth bashing that’s going on this season. He moved on and did what he had to do, anything that happens to Brennan as a result is her own doing.

    I hope that her revelation leads to some sleepless nights and deep thinking for Booth. In the end, I think Hannah will leave Booth, but he’ll know it’s coming. I don’t see a new man coming for Brennan, because if she were to enter a long relationship now, it would be unrealistic in a way that it wasn’t for Booth, now that both their feelings are out in the open.

    Still crossing my fingers for a B/B union!

    I also don’t think people are giving her friends enough credit. We don’t know exactly how they reacted to Brennan’s downward spiral, because the episode was centered on Brennan. If a conversation didn’t involve Brennan, we didn’t get to see it. They may have had conversations and they may have made plans to help, we don’t know. So I think everyone should just calm down a little. Brennan’s a big girl.

    (So excited about the Hodgela baby, by the way!)
    (Oh, and I miss Zacaroni)

  5. h on December 10th, 2010 9:05 pm

    @Festina Lente I agree with you, a lot.
    I don’t beliebe either that the way they wrote the story can be “fixed”. But I know it will: witehr they continue with what they started, and… OR they take another U-turn, and turn it upside down again. Just like that. Taking account only those moments from story history they’ve told that are suitable for the current purpose of the story. But they can do that, cause it’s a made-up-world. So I’d love if there wouldn’t be so many comments how it’s great how their story mimics real life/reality.

    I am not okay with these kind of things in real life. And since fictional stories are part of the world, I am not okay with seeing this on tv. For me this is not growth. It’s not great. It’s nothing the words of the wise say it is meant to be, and how one should understand and react to these things. people do make mistakes (wouldn’t happen if people used their heads and take time to process things, instead of following the “spur of the moment” feelings, but only acting the way BB are made to act in the story is considered human, and real life like, and things like that – making mistakes, and paying the price for it, and learning, and getting another chance… all that is considered the greathenss in life, by all teachings and people I’ve heard of. Not me. I don’t get it. You may hate me now, but I wish to live in a world filled with Brennan like people. The way she was (the Iceland, so many people had a problem with), because that kind of a world would be a better place.
    (yes, things like on tv happen in real life, but that doesn’t make things right. not this plot, not settling for second best, not commiting crimes — all that happens, yet it’s unacceptable to me. assumptions and passion – blind feelings, without thought, is what’s behind all human troubles, love or hate.)
    so in short: I am glad for all the people having hope, and seeing the big picture, and being okay with it, as long as the end is good, all “mistakes” are forgotten. But I’m not like that. When I move on, I move on. What’s the point of going back and forth? (only to hear people accepting you as human?)
    Unpopular opinion: it would make no sense (just like getting over a 6-year love of my life “relationship” and starting a bew “serious: rel.ship in a few short months. without the I KNEW speech, and all that I’d believe it. But because of that, no way.) for B&B to get together after events of S5 and S6. Just my opinion. And I am well aware that most feel the other way. Happy for all you.

  6. ersurgnurse on December 11th, 2010 4:28 am

    I for one thought the episode was great. The fact the Brennen was able to realize that she may have lost her one true chance at love was a good story line. As far as the relationship, B, B, and H, it will cause some tension I am sure. I also believe that something will happen to Hannah and that she will not be with Booth in the end. Will this mean that B&B will be together, not necessarily. All in all it was a good episode and I am enjoying the Hannah element but am in hopes its just an element and not a long lasting thing too.

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