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Ballroom dancing, roller derby mayhem, unexpected house guests and near-death experiences — it’s all in a day’s work when Bones returns with fresh episodes on Monday, Nov. 5 (Fox, 8/7c). Executive producers Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan hopped on the phone with reporters Wednesday to chat about Pelant’s return, visiting family members, a possible new squintern and more. Below, we’ve compiled the 10 most scoopiest.
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Trouble Is Coming | “The Pelant story will reappear in January,” teases Nathan. The dastardly antagonist “is always going to be hanging over their heads in all of the episodes, »
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Eagles: Hotel California (Asylum/Elektra)
The Eagles were considered one of the top country-rock bands practically from the day the group came together. Certainly the consecutive No. 1 singles "Best of My Love" and "One of These Nights" and No. 2 "Lyin' Eyes" in 1974-75 made them mainstream rock fans' favorite country rockers by a wide margin. Extensive touring ensued, in the midst of which founding member Bernie Leadon (previously in the Flying Burrito Brothers) quit and the more rock-oriented Joe Walsh (ex-James Gang, and already with a moderately successful solo career) took his place after having opened for the Eagles on tour in 1974 thanks to sharing the same manager, the ruthless Irving Azoff.
The reconstituted quintet took its time recording its fifth album. Their eponymous debut had been laid down in two weeks; Hotel California took eight months. Asylum filled in the gap with the best-selling collection Greatest Hits 1971-1975., which, »
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