Wednesday, May 21
That was the season finale of House. (Part 1 last week, part 2 today.)
But while the second half of the finale of House had some problems, it was better than Bones, which just spontaneously retroactively self-destructed through force of sheer boneheaded idiocy.
Bones doesn't so much jump the shark as skin the shark alive, boil the flesh from its cartilage, grind the cartilage into powder, make soup from the powder, feed the soup to hungry beetles, blend the beetles into porridge, and shoot the porridge into the Sun.
Can we have the writers' strike back, please?
Posted by: pam at Wednesday, May 21 2008 01:08 AM (l6NIn)
But Bones, well, ugh.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Wednesday, May 21 2008 01:22 AM (PiXy!)
Posted by: Stephen Macklin at Wednesday, May 21 2008 12:07 PM (R7LgM)
David Boreanaz is always good. Just found it very uneven so I didn't go back.
House which I don't watch a lot of either. At least has an interesting mix of characters. If the story itself isn't great, the character interactions usually are.
Posted by: Andrew at Wednesday, May 21 2008 02:13 PM (/5NwX)
House, on the other hand, we almost never miss. Although where in the hell did "medical hypnosis" come from?!?
Posted by: Yahzi at Wednesday, May 21 2008 02:58 PM (yn9dj)
Posted by: doubleplusundead at Saturday, May 24 2008 01:40 PM (ZuzXA)
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