Recently, David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel, and Executive Producer Stephen Nathan spoke about the current story lines and the rest of the season of Bones. (David & Emily spoke on one call, while Stephen spoke on another, but I’m combining them for easier reading. 😉 ) They talk the conspiracy, Sweets’s sudden and unexpected death, the major 200th episode, family like Max and Christine, and more. So check it out now.
On how the conspiracy story line ends…
David Boreanaz: You know what, we’ve been dealing with this towards the end of last season. It was kind of started in episode I think 17 or whatever, and it just slowly built and built. It exposed itself in a major ugly way at the end of the season and then we start off with it again, where I can’t really do much about it because I’m stuck in prison; but when I do get out, I think that there will be a sense of closure that will wrap things up in a very neat way, and it will kind of show it in a way that’s like as, wow, it was right under our nose the whole time, but how that affects their relationship and how it affects Booth and whether he continues to work in the FBI is still to be determined and worked out throughout the first half of the season.
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Much to my fangirl’s delight, I got the chance to be in on a conference call earlier this week with David Boreanaz, who plays Agent Seeley Booth on Bones (& was Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel years ago). He talks a lot about the upcoming 99th & 100th episodes, the first of which airs tonight on FOX at 8/7c. David was great to talk to and seemed like he really enjoyed talking about this great show. Check it out below, and don’t miss the return of Bones tonight!
What was it like to shoot that long-awaited and highly built-up and two kissing scenes in the hundredth episode?
D. Boreanaz – I didn’t necessarily look at it like a hundredth episode. I looked at it as an episode that I was really fortunate to, again, be able to direct like I did last year. To me it’s just the work in taking care of that as best as I possibly could and as creatively as I could. The insight that I had going into it, knowing the storyline and knowing exactly how I wanted to do those two moments, I think that the audience is going to be really pleased. I certainly was for both those moments, and I think we see both those characters grow in a way from the past where they came from, some insight, and also in the future to see what’s going to happen with them next. It was entertaining and a lot of fun and I enjoyed the challenges.
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I had the opportunity, along with reps from other media such as Zap2It.com, the Boston Herald, SearchingBones.com & more, to speak with David Boreanaz, who plays Seely Booth on Fox’s Bones. (Talk about make me sweat! He sounds just as gorgeous on the phone as I know he is on tv! lol) He talked about the effect the strike had on the show and the storylines, how much he had to do with making his character who he is and the chemistry between himself and Emily (Deschanel, “Temperance Brennan/Bones”). So check it out!
David was asked about the relationship between Booth and Bones, if he thought it was a good idea to have the characters get together and if it would continue in the future and he replied,
I think they already are. I don’t think that they necessarily were ever apart. The function of the relationship really is the function of the show in a lot of ways. These two characters drive these plot lines; they drive these shows. They put them in circumstances or in areas that they not necessarily wouldn’t think they would be in and it brings them closer together as characters or it pulls them apart.
You know, the kiss, for example, on Christmas. You know, it was a dare and they both knew it was coming and it brought them closer. Obviously, it won’t affect them greatly, but they know that the kiss happened and I think it happened smartly the way they did it. I think, though, we’ll start putting ourselves into those situations and those areas, but we’re not going to go to a place where it’s completely hole nine; we’ll keep teasing and flirting with the audience. I don’t think that’s a problem at all.
Pictures Cr: Kwaku Alston/FOX & George Holz/FOX
My conference call with David Boreanaz (Booth of Bones & previously Angel & Buffy the Vampire Slayer) on Friday went great! Expect to see an interview posted early next week! Also next week, I get to speak with Brad Garrett (In Death & previously Everybody Loves Raymond), one of the funniest men on TV.
If you have any questions for either of them, please let me know in the comments below!