‘Bones’ Season 8, Episode 9: ‘The Ghost in the Machine’ Review – 150

Do not adjust your computer screens. The above image captures the unique camera angle from which the 150th episode of Bones was shot.

At its essence, “The Ghost in the Machine” is a first-person narrative of what happens in and around the Jeffersonian Lab from the victim’s point of view.By virtue of its nature, the visual perspective is limited – and requires a dose of dramamine during the quick cuts – but that does not diminish the episode as a whole by any means.

The story is told through the eyes of Colin Gibson, a 14-year-old boy whose life was snuffed out too soon, his body stuffed in a greenhouse only to be uncovered by Brennan (Emily Deschnael) and Hodgins (Tj Thyne) two years later. Avalon Harmonia ...

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