Bones

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FOX Premiered Sep 13, 2005 Returning September 25, 2014

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  • Season 2 Episode 21: Stargazer in a Puddle

  • Goof: In this episode, Bones gets a ring from her father. He tells her it belonged to her grandmother and Bones reveals that she never knew she had grandparents. Her father says that they had to lie about not having any family because they had changed their identities. But in Season 1, during the episode "A Boy in a Bush," Bones tells Booth that she was a foster child until her grandfather got her out.

  • This is Brennan's mom's second appearance in the show and they were both season finales.

  • Goof: In one shot at the wedding, as the harp music is playing and Booth is explaining how he arrested Brennan's dad, you can see the harpist in the background, clearly not playing anymore.

  • Angela getting married in Fiji was first mentioned in season one's "The Woman in the Car."

  • When Brennan looks up at the sky through a window in Cynthia Cole's house, she sees a sky full of stars, and even a shooting star. There's no way that many stars would be visible in a large metropolitan area like Washington D.C.

  • This is Billy Gibbons' second appearance as Angela's dad. He first appeared in "The Man in the Fallout Shelter."

  • Angela's middle name is revealed to be "Pearly Gates." Pearly Gates is the name of Billy Gibbons' 1959 Gibson Les Paul guitar.

  • Season 2 Episode 20: The Glowing Bones in the ...

  • When Booth is at the sushi restaurant, the "sushi" he is eating in the scene is actually pieces of fruit, including an apple and a banana.

  • Goof: Different characters refer to Michaelson's character as either being in the Reserves or the National Guard. These are two different entities within the US Army.

  • Goof: When Booth is walking away from his conversation with Hodgins about marriage, he is not looking and runs into the edge of the partition. You can see him jolt if you watch closely.

  • Season 2 Episode 19: Spaceman in a Crater

  • Afer Zack convinces Cam to let him take the flesh off the victim's body, Cam throws away her apron in the biohazard can. For a split second, while she is bending over the can, a blue piece of cloth -- which looks like her underwear -- can be seen above her waistline.

  • Goof: When Boooth and Brennan are talking to the wives for the first time, Brennan's hair switches multiple times between takes from behind her ears to in front of her ears.

  • The "National Space Agency" shown is actually the expansion of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta Georgia, designed by internationally renowned architect Renzo Piano and completed in November 2005. The design of the expansion buildings centers on the distinctive 1000 light scoops that capture light and filter it into the skyway galleries, allowing for natural illumination.

  • Goof: Jean Howard mentions her husband's aeroplane is a Turboprop Cessna, but the plane in the hanger is actually a Cessna 340A (N6284Z) which has twin piston engines, not a turboprop engine.

  • Hodgins: Pluto's no longer a planet. It was demoted.

    Pluto was discovered in 1930, but on August 24th, 2006, the International Astronomical Union members' meeting in Prague demoted it to a secondary category of dwarf planet. The new qualifications for a celestial body in our Solar System to qualify as a planet are: 1) It must be in orbit around the Sun, 2) It must be large enough that it takes on a nearly round shape 3) It has cleared its orbit of other objects.

    Pluto was automatically disqualified because its highly elliptical orbit overlaps with that of Neptune.

  • At the very beginning of the episode there are two cows facing the camera. The cow on the right has some short rope tied around both of its front hooves which you can see when it picks up its left hoof to complete its turn, but it can't because of the rope tied to its other hoof. Presumably they did this to keep the cow facing the correct direction during the shot.

  • Goof: When Bones says she learned the blackmail trick from Cam, this is wrong. She used the EXACT same trick in the pilot to get Booth to take her in the field when she threatened to tell the press that they found Cleo Eller, and that was long before she knew Cam.

  • Season 2 Episode 18: The Killer in the Concrete

  • In the final scene, if you look carefully behind Booth's head, there are two crutches leaning against the wall. It seems that he really suffered from the torture inflicted on him.

  • Brennan calls the FBI to tell them where the missing Booth is, saying that he's in Oakville, Virginia. It would have taken over 3 hours to get from Washington, D.C. to Oakville. Certainly, local authorities would have been notified of the situation, and would have made it to Booth in less than three hours, so it makes no sense that Brennan and her dad were the first people to get to Booth.

  • Goof: While Booth is waiting for Veleska Miller (the bounty hunter) in the diner, he has a cup and saucer in front of him, as well as a bowl of oatmeal with a plate underneath. When Veleska joins him, she takes his coffee cup. When Booth gets up to take a cell phone call, there are now two coffee cups on the table -- but a waitress never delivered the second cup. Also, there is now an unexplained second plate in front of the bounty hunter.

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Drama, Suspense

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facing danger, Murder & Mayhem, failed crime, gritty crime scenarios, coping with death