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  • This leads to some interesting revelations about Sweets and the fact he was an abused child
  • And, it's definitely not one I would watch again

    • by Steve

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      Last night’s episode of Bones, “Mayhem on a Cross” was, for lack of a better word, disappointing.

      Normally, the idea of finding real human remains as part of a stage prop for a heavy metal band would be kind of cool. But, somehow, I feel the show kind of ruined things a bit.


      of all, you have Booth’s former psychologist Gordon Gordon making a return to announce he will be retiring. This leads to some interesting revelations about Sweets and the fact he was an abused child. But, somehow, the whole episode really got a bit unfocused and that became as much of a story ...

      • as the case itself. That’s not why I watch the show. And, personally, I feel Sweets is getting a bit too much in terms of air time. He’s even investigating the case with Bones now. What’s up with that?

        The other part I’m not a big fan of is this case is basically

        solved through detective work and not, with few exceptions, forensic work. Again, this is the whole point of the show. If I wanted to see people confessing in interrogation, I would be watching Law & Order instead.

        This isn’t my favorite episode, as you can tell. And, it’s definitely not one I would watch again.

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