Friday, December 11, 2015

Bones Fall Finale: Executive Producer Michael Peterson Clarifies That Heartbreaking Cliffhanger


Bones dealt a powerful blow to the show's "King of the Lab."
The second hour of the two-part fall finale, started off brutal enough: Cam (Tamara Taylor), Hodgins (TJ Thyne) and Aubrey (John Boyd) were investigating remains when a bomb—hidden in the body—exploded. Cam, who was nearby on a call, was safe, but Aubrey and Hodgins sustained injuries; Aubrey's were more severe, as he pushed Hodgins from the scene and then sheltered him from the explosion. Hodgins was able to walk out of the hospital, whereas Aubrey underwent surgery to treat his wounds. But appearances were misleading, and after the case was solved—and just after Hodgins and Angela (Michaela Conlin) decided to try for another child—he collapsed. A trip to the hospital revealed that Hodgins was paralyzed, and the damage he sustained in the explosion had set in 24 hours after the initial injury.
Surprisingly, Hodgins's injury won't be a decision Bones undoes in the next episode. So we spoke with Bones co-showrunner Michael Peterson about Hodgins' new way of life and how it will impact the team, plus the time jump and the new serial killer that fans should expect when the show returns in 2016...


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