Bones: The Goop on the Girl
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  • But, I have to tell you, I definitely wouldn’t want to be near someone who is blowing themselves up after seeing all the splatter that hit everyone

    • by Steve
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      A Bones tradition is ending the season with a Christmas episode. This year was no different.

      And, I will say the episode The Goop on the Girl was actually pretty entertaining.

      Booth and Bones have to investigate the death of an exterminator who blows himself up during a botched bank robbery but turns out to


      only be a patsy with someone else controlling the explosive device.

      They have to figure out who is responsible for his death.

      At the same time, Bones’ dad is convincing her to stay and celebrate Christmas with her family, including a second cousin who is portrayed brilliantly by Emily Deschanel’s real-life sister Zooey.

      I loved ...


      • how she was so much like Bones, but kept somewhat emotionally distant by constantly quoting Benjamin Franklin.

        I don’t know how someone can get that obsessed with a historical figure who has been dead for hundreds of years.

        That scene where Bones has to strip Booth was also somewhat funny, especially since his character was

        getting turned on by it and she didn’t even seem to notice.

        But, I have to tell you, I definitely wouldn’t want to be near someone who is blowing themselves up after seeing all the splatter that hit everyone.

        It was definitely an episode worth watching and I would definitely take the time to watch it again if it were re-aired.




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