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Believe it or not, the “Bones” Season 8 finale is coming up fast with “The Secret in the Siege” airing on Monday (April 29). What can we expect from this ending? Thanks to series star Emily Deschanel, we have a few spoilers to share.
Here are the top 5 things to know about the episode.
1. Booth (David Boreanaz) is the target of Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds) this time.
While Pelant has previously focused his targeting on Brennan, the Season 8 finale will have the target shift a bit to Booth and the FBI. The fact that Booth shot Pelant when last the two men met may have something to do with the villain’s new focus.
2. Brennan’s worry for Booth will lead her to reevaluate her relationship priorities.
“[Pelant] really forces her to look at her life and herself and her relationship and why she feels certain ways about certain things and makes her question some of her core beliefs,” Deschanel said. “It’s a very pivotal time for her.”
3. The return of Pelant may bring about some forward movement in the Booth-Brennan relationship.
Over the past season, not much has changed between Booth and Brennan. They’re living together and they have a baby, but we’re still waiting to see if this will lead to marriage or something else. The Season 8 finale — and the return of Christopher Pelant — may change that. “She realizes that, you know, Pelant could get him. Booth is in danger,” Deschanel explained. “Feeling Booth’s mortality and the possibility of him being in danger, and the concept of even living without him, kind of brings things to a forefront with Brennan.”
4. We can expect multiple murder victims.
It starts with just one FBI agent, but it sounds like Pelant isn’t going to stop there. Instead, several of Booth’s colleagues could be doomed before the episode ends.
5. How far will Brennan go to protect a loved one?
Dr. Brennan just likes her intern, Arastoo Vaziri, but she was willing to stick a hypodermic needle (allegedly filled with a deadly disease) into a criminal to save his life. So what would she do when someone she loves — like Booth — is in danger? “Brennan is willing to go farther than she’s ever gone to protect somebody that she loves,” Emily Deschanel said. “I think there’s really no bounds to her protecting.”
The “Bones” Season 8 finale, “The Secret in the Siege,” airs on Monday, April 29 at 8pm on FOX.
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Bones > Season 8 > Screen Captures > 8×23 – The Pathos in the Pathogens
I just updated the gallery with 587 HD screen captures of Emily from last night’s all new episode of Bones. What did you guys think of the episode? Leave a comment or tweet us to share your thoughts. Enjoy!
Bones > Season 8 > Screen Captures > 8×22 – The Party in the Pants
Check out the promo for next week’s all new episode of Bones!
Fox is the latest network to rev up its May Sweeps hype machine by releasing spoilers for the season finales of all of their shows, including Bones.
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Bones | The April 29 finale finds Brennan “evaluating her relationship with Booth as signs begin to point to him as a potential target of Pelant’s.”
Emily Deschanel, 36, hits a high note playing Dr. Temperance Brennan on the FOX series Bones. This week she chatted with PEOPLE about one last thing …
Last thing I indulged in
Oh, chocolate. For Easter I ordered these vegan, organic chocolate bunnies and eggs for a bunch of people, and I was the only one who ate them! I let myself eat too much, so I’m on the straight and narrow now.
Last song I sang out loud
We are always singing on the set. We once got into trouble for singing the whole soundtrack to Annie. I had [she sings] “We’re gonna rock down to Electric Avenue” in my head all day yesterday. It was my own little party for a while, and then [costar] David Boreanaz joined in.
Last time I cringed
I’ve been watching Homeland. There are definitely moments in that show where I’m like, “Don’t do that!”
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I’ll take any kind of Bones spoiler you’re willing to share! — Maggie
ADAM: You’ve heard that this season’s penultimate episode is crazy-intense, right? “It’s kind of shot like 24 and everyone’s life is in danger,” executive producer Stephen Nathan says of the episode, which features an outbreak of a highly contagious, deadly disease in the lab that will infect one of the team members. Since Booth is furiously trying to get into the locked-down Jeffersonian, conventional wisdom might point to Brennan being the afflicted. But our money is on Cam or her new lover Arastoo. “[This] crisis deepens their relationship quite a bit,” Nathan teases. “It’s going to be very intense for them.”
Los Angeles Magazine wrote a nice piece on Emily in the April 2013 issue. Born and raised in L.A., the Bones star talks vintage Venice, Topanga hitchhiking, and East Coast rivalry. Check it out below:
I went to college in Boston, then moved to New York before coming back to Los Angeles. On the East Coast, when you tell people you’re from here, sometimes they say, “I’m sorry.” I’m offended by that. The city has so many wonderful things to offer, but I think people come here, see strip malls, and it doesn’t appeal to them. I can see why, but when I leave L.A., it’s not like the strip malls are what’s calling me back. Sometimes I ask people if they have been to L.A. and a lot of times they haven’t, but they have a perspective that it’s lacking in history, beauty, and culture. But the treasures are hidden here. You have your own treasures, of course, then something comes up you didn’t know about. A couple of years ago I discovered the Hollyhock House in Hollywood. I had driven past the area a thousand times, and I had no idea you could visit a Frank Lloyd Wright house. There are so many gems like that, especially downtown. I love the Bradbury Building—my father [cinematographer Caleb Deschanel] took me there as a child.
I grew up near Santa Monica and the Palisades, but we traveled with my dad for his work, so we always had an outside perspective and appreciated what Los Angeles has to offer. I remember going to Santa Monica Pier as a child, and we’d play Skee-Ball and ride the bumper cars. I went to preschool near Abbot Kinney in Venice and remember Main Street, and it was completely different, not as clean as it is now. There was a grittiness that I remember fondly. I liked the documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys because it had all this footage of Venice and Santa Monica. It’s a little before my time—I was born in the ’70s and grew up in the ’80s—but the Vans shoes, shaggy hair, and the guys who surfed and skateboarded trickled over into the ’80s. That grittiness is in a few corners still, and I’ll see it and say to my husband [actor David Hornsby], “Oh, that reminds me of old Santa Monica.”
It wasn’t that long ago, but so much has changed. In the ’90s, when I was in high school, I had friends in Topanga Canyon and Malibu who hitchhiked. My uncle did that in the ’60s, but you don’t think of people doing that in the ’90s, which is kind of crazy. I didn’t because I was too much of a goody two-shoes, but I do remember taking the bus along PCH to go to high school until I learned to drive.
Los Angeles will always be my home. I don’t know if I could feel that way about another place. And my family is here. My sister and my husband both work on the same [Fox] lot as I do, which is incredible. It’s nice to be in one place and have a job that keeps me in L.A. I’ve had lots of actor friends move here from New York, and I tell them it takes a year to feel settled. You have to work harder and make more effort, but it’s worth it.
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Bones > Season 8 > Screen Captures > 8×21 – The Maiden in the Mushrooms
Check out the promo for the next all new episode of Bones! Unfortunately the next episode doesn’t air until April 15th, which is 2 weeks from now.
Hey everybody! As mentioned in the post below, I am getting the gallery up-to-date. To start off, I uploaded 2,650 HD screen captures of Emily from episodes 17 through 20 from this season of Bones. I hope you enjoy and keep checking back for more updates!
Bones > Season 8 > Screen Captures > 8×17 – The Fact in the Fiction
Bones > Season 8 > Screen Captures > 8×18 – The Survivor in the Soap
Bones > Season 8 > Screen Captures > 8×19 – The Doom in the Gloom
Bones > Season 8 > Screen Captures > 8×20 – The Blood from the Stones
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Currently I am working on getting the gallery up-to-date, more specifically screen captures from the missing episodes of Bones from this season. You can already check out 567 HD screen captures from episode 13 that I uploaded to the gallery. Episodes 17-20 will be in the gallery hopefully by tomorrow. I hope you enjoy the captures and continue to visit. I have quite a bit of updates coming, as well as few surprises. So be sure to keep an eye out for those! Take care, Eric.