Bones (2005–2017)
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The Woman in White 

Brennan and Booth are to be married tomorrow, but not without a murder to solve. The team calls in all interns to help with the case so Brennan does not have to do anything.



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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)


Only the closest Jeffersonian friends and Sweets are invited to join the Booth and Brennan families for an intimate Catholic wedding, but the church burns down. The couple takes this as a sign to postpone and concentrate on the latest case, a 30 year old librarian's corpse discovered accidentally, which revolves around literary history. Yet the truth and Angela's wedding planner zeal get the ritual back on the day's agenda. Written by KGF Vissers

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21 October 2013 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The song "At Last" is performed by Angela's psychic at the wedding. Patricia Belcher who plays Caroline was in the film 500 Days of Summer as Millie who gets married later in the plot. At her wedding the same song is performed. Emily Deschanel's sister, Zooey Deschanel, is the star of this film. See more »


Dr. Jack Hodgins: Maybe that acid-free sleeve she was carrying did contain something important, like the letter that Nixon wrote confirming the presence of aliens!
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References Field of Dreams (1989) See more »


Bones Theme
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the end spoils the episode
22 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am not gonna say *spoiler* because the previous episode stated that next on Bones is the wedding, so there may be returning guests and such...duh.

Problems occur with the wedding, duh, like a murder....they bring back a lot of the old interns to keep Brennan focused on the wedding. Angela, Booth, and Brennan's Father make stuff happen, case gets solved, and you get to the end.

Cyndi Lauper sings and sets the mood just right, the camera shows everyone that helped them get to this point, with the exception of Zach and Parker, then Emily Deschanel makes it a point to ruin every bit of the feeling 3 times by acting like an emotionless robot at her own wedding.

It is terrible. Whatever ultimate stoicism Brennan may have started with; she has had 6 years to learn how to act human with the help of Angela and Boothe. Either the writers are unflinching, or the acting is drab, but this episode is your last wakeup call. They are/have jumping/jumped the shark (nuking the fridge for you young types).

It's time to stop watching

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