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That tonight’s Bones intern of the week is Daisy Wick (Carla Gallo) can be forgiven because her screen time is mercifully short and the episode did not end with her and ex-boyfriend Sweets (John Francis Daley) getting back together.
The story instead revolves in around two things: 1) Sweets plans to finally move out of the Booth-Brennan household and into his own apartment and 2) Jack Hodgins’ (T.J. Thyne) child-like glee when it comes to conducting experiments.
After a few serious episodes, this one returns to the sometimes campy antics – without going over the top – that can sometimes happen in the Jeffersonian Lab we know and love. Indeed, it’s nice to let the spotlight shine on T.J. Thyne’s character for a while, as Thyne ...
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- Heather Donmoyer
Dr. Oliver Wells (Brian Klugman) arrived in "The Fact in the Fiction" to be the newest squintern rotating through the crime-fighting world of "Bones." But how does Wells measure up against his competition? Using standards of education, social skills and sheer entertainment value,
Dr. Wells is easily one of the best-educated of the squinterns. Like Clark Edison (Eugene Byrd), Wells has a PhD. On top of this, he has a whole pile of Masters degrees.
Without doctorates of their own, the others don't have a chance.
You need to be smart in order to finish all of those degrees in a reasonable amount of time. Since most of the other squinterns have but one field of study, Wells -- with his widely varied advanced degrees (Law? Seriously?) -- totally wins there.
On the other hand, this might just be an inability to focus. There's a good chance that »
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