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Congratulations to Shawn Spencer (James Roday) of USA Network’s Psych and Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) of Fox’s Bones!
A very sincere mazel tov is in order, since Bones star Emily Deschanel recently announced that she and husband David Hornsby are expecting their first child later in 2011. And now that we’ve spent a few hours being happy for them and their impending bundle… it’s time to think about our show.
An off-camera pregnancy is bound to affect the dynamic of the show, no matter which way you cut it. And the way we see it, one of three scenarios will play out in the coming year when “Bones” returns for its not-yet-confirmed-but-obviously-happening Season 7.
1. Brennan gets pregnant too
We’d hate to see happenstance dictate storyline, but worse things have happened. There have been multiple hints that Brennan and Booth (David Boreanaz) might finally get together at the end of Season 6. And, as many an unexpected parent know, one time is all it takes.
There is, of course, the chance that Brennan could get pregnant by some other means or man — but really, we just don’t see that happening. It’s clearer all the time that our duo are intended to get together at some point, and they’ve already dealt with more than enough obstacles and third wheels.
2. Strategically-placed corpses
The classic TV maneuver of covering up a baby bump with props is more common on sitcoms — pillows, lampshades, roast turkeys, etc. — so imagine the how much fun they could have hiding Deschanel’s bun with rotting, disfigured body parts and various laboratory paraphernalia?
We feel like this is the sort of thing “Bones” writers would kill to play around with.
3. A summer delivery leaves the show unaffected
That pretty much says it all. Deschanel has not shared her due date, and any time before September could technically leave production unaffected — though it’s natural to assume she might want to skip an episode or two after the baby comes. Even TV stars deserve maternity leave.
Have we thought of everything? Is there a particular scenario you’re rooting for? Any baby names in mind? Sound off in the comments. (Source)
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Ask Ausiello has posted some Bones spoilers regarding whether or not Emily’s real life pregnancy will be reflected into the show. Take a look below:
Euestion: Any idea if Emily Deschanel’s pregnancy will be worked into Bones? —Megan via Facebook
Ausiello: Producers are still deciding what impact, if any, Deschanel’s future baby bump will have on Brennan’s storyline. One thing’s for sure: Any possible plot tweaks wouldn’t play out on air until fall. The scripts for this season’s final episodes have already been written and they’re not changing.
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In its six seasons on Fox, Bones has welcomed plenty of guest stars. Oscar nominee Ryan O’Neal has been on several times as Dr. Temperance Brennan’s father. Nightmare On Elm Street star Robert Englund made a memorable appearance, as did Zooey Deschanel, the sister of star Emily Deschanel.
Plenty of musicians have graced the set as well, from ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons’ recurring character, to Buckcherry singer Josh Todd, to ’80s rockers Motley Crue. With so many guest stars to choose from, which one do David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel agree was their favorite?
David: Stephen Fry.
Emily: Yeah, it was a dream to work with him.
David: He was great. He just brought something different unique energy to the set. It was great to be around.
Emily: He is so smart, lovely and humble even though he has accomplished so much and done so many things. You can talk to him about anything. You can bring up any subject and he’ll know about it
Ask Ausiello has posted even more “Bones” spoilers fans can look forward to regarding the sniper! Find out below:
Question: Please don’t say that a major character from Bones is being whacked. —Shayna
Ausiello: I promise I won’t… use those words exactly. But in this season’s penultimate episode, I hear Mr. Evil Sniper will do a bad thing to someone we know. Even worse, this was pretty much confirmed by exec producer Stephen Nathan. “Our people work in a very dangerous and risky job,” he told me. “One of them will realize the extent of that danger. And it will be shocking.”/blockquote>
Bones producer Stephen Nathan has revealed that star Emily Deschanel’s directorial debut has been delayed again. Deschanel originally intended to helm the 14th episode of the Fox drama’s current sixth season, but the actress later confirmed that her plans had been postponed until around episode “20 or 21″.
However, Nathan recently told Give Me My Remote that Deschanel is now unlikely to direct until early in the seventh season.
“I don’t think she’s going to direct this season,” he said. “It became a very complicated issue scheduling-wise and I think we want her to do it when she’s fresh. [It will] probably [be] the beginning of next year.”
He added that a desire to have Deschanel feature heavily in the sixth season’s final episodes had led to the further delay.
“It was a bit unfair to her and also a little bit to the show,” he claimed. “We would have had to write her out and we really didn’t want to end the year with Emily being light in a few shows.”
Bones continues on Thursdays at 8/7c on Fox. (Source)
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While Bones‘ Booth and Brennan continue their endless romantic tango, Sweets may want to start thinking about dancing double time before he loses his own lady love, Daisy — and for good.
When last the Fox series checked in on the quirky couple, Sweets had gone ring shopping (for a second time, mind you), only to ultimately flake out. That left his buddy Booth the only one to break away from the jeweler with bling in tow. (And we all know how that turned out.)
“Sweets was sort of scared into [realizing] that rushing into marriage so quickly might not necessarily be the best idea for a young man such as himself,” Daley told us at a Saturday evening PaleyFest event reuniting the cast of TV’s short-lived Freaks & Geeks and Undeclared. “So I think he’s taking a little bit of time…. You know, playing the field.”
Daley claims that as far as he knows, the state of the Sweets/Daisy romance is “up in the air,” yet he suggests that his alter ego “could very well” reconsider his decision and pop the question anew. “It could be in the next episode!”
More realistically, resolution for that relationship is due to come several episodes down the line. Carla Gallo (an alum of Undeclared) confirms for us that on the heels of filming roles for a Cameron Crowe movie (We Bought a Zoo) and a pilot (The CW’s Danni Lowinski), she is using a break in her busy non-Bones schedule to return as Daisy towards season’s end. But for what exact purpose?
“I would like a proposal. I’m hoping for a proposal, but I don’t know…,” Gallo says, acknowledging that after putting off Sweets’ first overture, Daisy later swallowed the engagement ring, committing it to a rather (ahem) not-so-sweet fate. Considering how that went, Gallow frowns, “I feel like maybe a girl doesn’t get a second proposal.”
Entertainment Weekly’s “Inside TV” has posted a couple Bones spoilers. If you do not want to be spoiled, do not read the section below!
Okay, I’m not trying to be greedy, but I have more than one question regarding Bones. However, I just had both of my feet operated on, and I have a major birthday coming up next week and a big Bones scoop would be a wonderful birthday/post-surgery present. Are there any plans for annoying squintern Daisy (Carla Gallo) to return? I know she is one of the leads for a new pilot on the CW. Personally, I hope she doesn’t come back, Sweets deserves much better. Question number two is, please say that Hogdela’s baby won’t die. I know Stephen Nathan said that in the Blackout in the Blizzard that the expecting couple will receive bad news about the baby. Thanks for listening! — Shayna M.
Maybe this will help heal your bones (pause for polite laughter)… first, Daisy will be back before the end of the season, as executive producer Stephan Nathan told me last week. Beyond that, there’s really no telling. As for the baby, I know it will be a blow to the couple. My gut tells me, however, that it will ultimately bring them closer together and make for some truly unforgettable Hogela moments. And I’m sorry if none of that helped ease your pain. Try Advil.
Is Max going to be coming back for the end of the season on Bones? The best episode this season was the one without Hanna, and with Max and Caroline. Caroline is great! Everyone should be have a Caroline in their lives! Please it’s my birthday! — Deirdre
Good news, birthday girl. Caroline (Patricia Belcher) will definitely be back “a few more times this year,” according to Nathan. As for Max (Ryan O’Neal), he said they’re “hoping” for a return, but it is still in the works. If I had to guess, they’re doing the schedule tango.
Would love some Bones scoop! — Megan
Casting is on to find a talented youngster of about 15 who can pull off playing a deaf person who is unable to communicate that Brennan (Emily Deschanel) has to identify. In a chat, Nathan said it’s quite a tall order for a young female guest star. “They find her and Brennan is called upon to ID a live person because they have no idea who this girl is, where she came from. And this episode, which is also a task for a forensic anthropologist, Brennan has to determine whether or not this is a minor or someone who’s of age and ultimately place where she came from and who she is, all from an uncooperative and uncommunicative live person. That’s going to be a very good episode; that’s episode 21.” Calling EW’s casting team! Suggestions? Who’s got the acting chops for this one?