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The Parenting Paradox in ‘#Bones’ The Cold in the Case: Holding On While Letting Go

Very few things in life are stronger or more extraordinary than the bond a parent feels for their child. For better or worse, that bond is powerful and inescapable; it is self-sacrificing and fraught with complicated emotions. Leave it to the … Continue reading

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#Bones ‘The Source in the Sludge’ Review

  Years earlier in Afghanistan, Sari Nazeri (Nazneen Contractor) had identified Ibrahim Sajadi, a ruthless engineer in Ghazni who designed bombs for Al-Queda forces and was therefore a high value CIA target. Sari provided CIA handler Beck with Ibrahim’s location … Continue reading

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#Bones ‘The Repo Man in the Septic Tank’ Review

The Rest of the Review: “The Repo Man in the Septic Tank” took a U-Turn down an unexpected back alley to surprise us yet again. Let’s discuss. Business first. Though there was a great deal of surprise, “The Repo Man … Continue reading

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#Bones ‘The Master in the Slop’ Review

Despite the dearth of heart-crushing dilemmas, high-speed chases, and everlasting evil, Bones managed to slip in some subtle commentary on cooperation and competition, using a smattering of humor and sweetness throughout. Also on display, though not in abundance, was the unmistakeable … Continue reading

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#BONES ‘The Fury in the Jury’ Editorial by @MoxieGirl44

Enough can’t be said about Bones’ Friday debut brought to us in the form of a wonderfully delightful episode, ‘The Fury in the Jury’. I sat up to the wee hours of the morning ruminating on some of the finer … Continue reading

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