Monday, September 10, 2012

‘Bones’ 8.01 Advance Review “The Future in the Past”


Holy freaking crap, you guys. Now you all know that I am like one of the biggest Bones fans around and that every time there is a new premiere or finale I claim it’s the best episode ever – but it’s legit this time. “The Future in the Past” is the best episode Hart Hanson and his fantastic team has ever put together, in my humble opinion. That being said, I also have to throw this out there: Hart Hanson you evil rat bastard. If you all haven’t caught on by now, I have had the extreme privilege to catch a sneak peek at the season 8 premiere of Bones (best early birthday present ever!). As ever, I can’t give away any major plot points, but I can throw you a little bone (haha, get it?!).
When we last left Booth (David Boreanaz), Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and the crew at the Jeffersonian in May Brennan was on the lamb, accused of murder, with only her father Max (guest star Ryan O’Neal) and baby Christine for company. Flash forward three months, Brennan is still hiding out because the FBI, led by supreme douchebag of the year Special Agent Hayes Flynn (Reed Diamond) still think she murdered an old colleague. Thankfully everyone at the Jeffersonian hasn’t smoked a lot of crack and is still hard at work proving that evil techie genius Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds) is framing Bren.
Here’s the rundown for the premiere
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