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BONES: Carla Gallo on Having to Give Birth On-Screen

November 19, 2014 by  


BONES’ Daisy is having a baby, and while Carla Gallo (Daisy) had some hesitancy about having to film the labor experience, fans will get to see the child be born in the next episode, “The Puzzler in the Pit.”

Of course, the moment will be extra meaningful for all the characters involved (and the viewers), since the father of Daisy’s son is Sweets (Daisy’s off-on boyfriend), who died in the season premiere. (AKA, odds are good there will be some tears.)

So what will the birth be like? I spoke with Gallo (who was accompanied by fellow squintern Eugene Byrd, AKA Clark at the 200th episode celebration on the BONES set last week, and whom had his own praise for Gallo) to get her take on it…


BONES airs Thursdays at 8 PM on Fox.


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6 Responses to “BONES: Carla Gallo on Having to Give Birth On-Screen”

  1. L M Klosiewicz- Kelley on November 20th, 2014 11:19 am

    Is Brennan and Booth going to have another child? If so, when?????

  2. seriously? on November 20th, 2014 2:46 pm

    Wow, thanks for the spoilers for those of us watching on netflix. Way to go.

  3. Robin on November 21st, 2014 4:04 am

    So Sweets dies, that is a major spoiler… Haven’t come so far on Netflix in Norway 🙁

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