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Bones: Stargazer in a Puddle

Didn't see the season finale? Catch it here.

In a footchase, the police discovered an abandoned building filled with puddles that criminals have been using as an evidence dump. Not only are guns, knives and crack files discovered, the body of a child is also discovered. B&B arrive and Bones notices a hole in the vic’s head, possibly from a small caliber bullet. In the vic’s hand is a flat smooth stone with the words “I love you.” written on it.

Using the remains, the squints figure the vic to be female, early 20s, but when Angela shows up with her image of the vic, it’s that of an 80 year old woman. They discover the vic had the aging disease that ages a person prematurely. With that knowledge they are able to pull info on the vic, Chelsea.

Bones’ dad, Max Keenan, shows up to give Brennan an heirloom ring that was her mother’s. Booth quickly arrests him, but in every aspect, Max Keenan is known to the world as hard working electrician, Art MacGregor. Even the fingerprints don’t show a thing. Unless Booth can come up with evidence that the person they have is Max Keenan they ahve to let him go.

B&B interview Chelsea’s mom. She points the finger at a caretaker who used to look after Chelsea. B&B interview the caretaker who is exonerated after their interrogation. Clues point back to the mom. They go back to question her and notice she has to take meds in a timely manner. Meds for someone with AIDS.

Hodgins and Angela are busy making plans for their wedding. Angela has asked Bones to be her maid of honor which Bones gladly accepts. Hodgins asks Zach, who eventually says no. When asked why, Zach shows Hodgins a letter from the White House asking him to go to Iraq.

Bones meets up with her dad who gives her the ring. She doesn’t put it on though, feigning the need for sleep. She tells her dad he can stay at her place if he wants, that she made up the guest room for him.

Booth gets a warrant to collect DNA evidence from Max. Max has no choice but to submit. He tells Bones of a videotape from her mom that he wants to give her.

Hodgins eventually asks Booth to be his best man, telling him that he gets to kiss the maid of honor and all of Angela’s friends are smoking hot. When Bones pipes in that she’s the maid of honor, Booth is a little taken aback. In the course of the conversation, Hodgins realizes he hasn’t officially asked Angela’s dad for her hand in marriage.
Then there was this weird research test involving a block of Spam in water with Sea Monkeys or the generic term used in the show “sea chimps.” The data is used to implicate Chelsea’s mom as they find trace amounts of AIDS meds in Chelsea’s remains. Chelsea’s mom confesses that she did it out of love. She was dying of AIDS and her quickly aging daughter was actually going to outlive her. No one would have taken her daughter in. But then she started an experimental drug that was working for her and she lived.

Booth is able to match Max's DNA evidence to some DNA evidence from a bank heist he did in the past. He goes to arrest Max who, in his nature, can't give in without a fight. They fight and both go down. Max could have taken off, but he didn't.

It’s the day of the wedding, Bones looks... Oooh la la to Booth. They walk down the aisle. Angela makes her way down the aisle with her ZZ Top dad to the strains of “Gimme All Your Lovin’” instead of the standard wedding march. Donning a Lord of the Rings hoodie instead of veil, she gets there to see Bones and Booth hugging. You see, Bones is hugging Booth because her dad could have gotten away but he didn’t want to leave his daughter yet again and Booth thought she should know that.

Before they can say their vows, some government cronie stops the wedding and tells the happy couple that Angela is already married! So the two run off into the sunset, unwed but happy, leaving Bones and Booth at the altar.


I gotta say, as much I enjoy this show, this episode was LAME LAME LAME. I get that the overall theme was love, but does the audience really think Bones and Booth will tie the knot as they are trying to lead us to believe in the promo for the next season? I think not.

Where are Hodgins and Angela running off to? Does anyone really care?

I think the most interesting part, for me, was Zach being called to Iraq. I’m not quite sure why they would need a forensic scientist there and why, in particular, him. Had he been in the military in the past? I doubt it.

Though I’m sad to say it, this will probably be my last blog post for Bones. With work, health issues, and other commitments, I am unable to fulfill my duties writing blogs for both Bones and Heroes next season. I may pop in from time to time as a guest blogger, if needed. I’ve enjoyed my time blogging this show and hope you did too.

Have a great summer!

-- K. L. Connie Wang

Posted by Connie on May 17, 2007 2:16 PM
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I missed some inportant info due to a EBS announcement.

What did the lawyer say the Angela and Hodges to make them so happy??

Please help!

-- Posted by: Anna C at May 21, 2007 3:15 PM

She told them to "Run".

-- Posted by: Connie at May 21, 2007 3:30 PM

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