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They were very sibling-esque offscreen and behind the scenes," he recently told TV Insider. You've heard all those stories of what happens between co-leads on series; they tend to really dislike each other. Your Favorite WB Stars: Where Are They Now? The Casting Carousel "If I'm going to say the show is about one thing, it's about the definition of family, and what that means for different people," Rosenthal mused in the "Back to the Lab" retrospective.
Bones found that family in its stellar cast, which started with Deschanel and Boreanaz, but extended to entirety of the "Squint Squad," from Conlin and Taylor to T. Thyne's impressive series-long run as the Jeffersonian's resident "bug boy," Dr. After Zack's departure at the end of season three, in came the "squinterns," a group of student assistants that rotated every week.
We'd have these rotating characters all trying to do well for the Brennan character," recalled executive producer Barry Josephson of creating the dynamic group.
And the reverse is true as well -- Cam found love with Arastoo, Daisy's tragic romance with FBI psychologist Lance Sweets John Francis Daley ended with the birth of a son, Brennan and Booth's first real hookup happened in the storm of grief following Vincent's death -- at the end of the day, the squinterns shaped the Jeffersonian as much as it shaped them.
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View photos The lab wasn't the only place that the Bones team found family. Bones even made a meal out of unconventional stunt casting, turning appearances from Cyndi Lauper and Billy Gibbons into recurring roles that had a genuine impact on the show's central characters.
The Very Special Episode Within the show's episodes, Bones had a lot of time to tackle the issues -- everything from government corruption to animal trafficking to medical marijuana -- but often did so in a fresh and distinctive way, putting a twist on the classic procedural structure through characters and storytelling devices.
In a season eight episode, the entire story is told from the point of view of the skull that the team is examining, showing a unique perspective at the usually stoic central characters. In season five, they recreated the JFK assassination after being forced to investigate mysterious remains from a shadowy government organization.
Even the show's "stuck-in-an-elevator" episode is a powerful one, leading to a confession from Booth about his troubled relationship with his father. View photos The show also tackled prejudice and social issues in both micro and macro storylines. Arastoo begins his tenure as an intern with a heavy accent, until one day it slips and he is forced to reveal that he was putting on the affectation to make his Muslim faith more palatable to his Jeffersonian coworkers, a subtler shade of Islamophobia not often acknowledged in film and television.
Later in the series, Arastoo's romance with Cam unfolds the complexities of his character, revealing his status as a political exile, his passion for poetry and his complicated relationship with his traditional parents.
View photos Cam herself shouldered a fair share of heavy subject matter in the series' run, confronting racial issues -- "We don't have a caste system in America," Daisy innocuously observes in one episode, to which the pathologist replies, "You wanna say that to my face?
Cam and Brennan share tearful tales from their traumatic time in the wreckage, and, as the younger interns work to solve the mystery of a homeless man who was injured at the Pentagon on that fateful day, they share their own stories with each other. Wendell's uncle was a New York City firefighter. Arastoo was at morning prayers. If Emily Deschanel can use her show as a soapbox from time to time, I feel moved enough to get up on mine for a minute.
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I definitely owe my cat for letting me cry on him during this episode. It started off all fun and games with human fingers in nests and opossums eating dead people, and then I ended up drying my tears on a cat. I think my wife said just enough for this episode, showing that even goofy FBI shows on Fox can still bring about some very deep-seeded emotions.
Hell, even last season when the show had an episode that centered entirely on horseplay fetishes, it treated it with just about the right amount of judgment. Here, Emily Deschanel did have a major purpose and moral to the episode, but I admire the restraint, using her own veganism and animal rights activism to spread the word without doing something insane like throwing paint on fur coats or doing performance art pieces involving Native American chants and a lot of crying.
Ferocious and small, Rippers will chill you to the bone. This is her patented move. I can haz belly rub of doom?
And this is her face of victory. Tremble in fear, tiny hooman!
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And this is her own personal dogfighting ring, going up against the almighty Raja for domination of the bed. Tonight, I dine in hell! Too bad, because he was a very loving, very smart character with a past connecting to Hodgins — Starret once worked as a used car salesman and swindled Hodgins out of some money over a decade earlier — but hey, his exit is a small price to pay for the appearance of yet another talented character actor.
In fact, I shall start up a rating system of each new intern this season. Clark Edison Eugene Byrd: Not in the episode much.
Too grumpy for the world of Bones. Daisy Wick Carla Gallo: Was a cooch dancer on Carnivale. Very knowledgeable about Dr. Good date material for Dr. She was too big for her britches.