Bones ended season nine with a bang, and by that I mean, shit blew up. Let’s start at the beginning!
After a two-week break, Bones is back with the first of the final two episodes of Season 9.
Real life is a bitch today so this will be a short recap but as the old saying goes, size doesn’t matter. But don’t let the length fool you: this was an excellent episode. (Also that old saying? Totally a lie. Sorry, guys.)
In an old house in Paris that was covered in vines, lived twelve little girls in . . . Oh, sorry. This is Bones. Every time the victim’s name in this episode was pronounced oh-so-carefully as Made-LINE, I got distracted looking for nuns and French school girls.
Someone in the Bones‘ writers’ room is hugely in favor of the medical use of marijuana, so this episode plays like a campaign advertisement for the practice. Even so, this episode was nice, with flashes of what made the early seasons special and, frankly, it was a welcome change from the blah, meh and WTF of the past few weeks.
Three sets of remains are found in an urn that should contain only one set, Michelle breaks Finn’s heart and in case you’ve been living under a rock and missed the million other times someone on Bones said it, Booth is a good man.
Bones aired a new episode on Monday. This is a recap. That’s as clever as I can get with this one. Read More New Show Recap: Bones 9×18, “The Carrot in the Kudzu”
A body in a septic tank, a new intern and Brennan Learns A Lesson About Religion — that’s a lot to cram into a one-hour episode, so let’s get to it!