By: Cynthia A.
Starring: Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, Eric Millegan, T. J. Thyne, Jonathan Adams, Tamara Taylor & John Francis Daley
“The Woman in White”: They finally got married! I haven’t really been watching this show because Polant, yeah I could not stand him as a villain, and the actor did not bring any charisma to his character. But that’s beside the point. I had to tune in because they were finally getting married! So that was a great episode. First there’s a murder, but this is Bones, there is always a murder. Except now everyone is worried that the wedding is not going to take place so they are all taking bets as to how long it will take before Bones calls off the wedding to solve thecase. But together they call in all the interns and they solve the crime, for once without Bones! And Angela plans the most remarkable spontaneous wedding with all the works. It was beautiful and it has made the show come full circle, from the first time they were together to the time when they really knew they meant a lot to one another. It was a hilarious episode and really well done. They’re finally married! And about damn time too. Mondays @ 8PM (EST) on FOX.
Starring: James Spader, Megan Boone, Diego Klattenhoff, Ryan Eggold, Ilfenesh Hadera, Parminder Nagra & Harry Lennix
“The Courier”: Ah! He knows she knows! Her husband knows that she found his secret stuff! But the important part is that he wants to talk about it with her. So that’s a step in the right direction. This show has amazing writing. In each episode and in this one especially, there seems to be a plot twist that is completely unexpected! Each plot twist is thrown from left field, it is unexpected and plausible at the same time. The writing in this show is spectacular. Each episode is gripping and sucks you in until the very end. There is no way one could pull away from the amazing writing and the amazing acting. James Spader and Megan Boone make a dynamic team. This is the best new drama this fall. Mondays @ 10PM (EST) on NBC.
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