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September 25 2014 @ 11:51 pm
Damn You Bones, You Made Me Cry (Spoilers Under Cut)  
So we meet a new agent in this episode. James Aubrey played by John Boyd. I actually really liked Aubrey and I think when Booth gets a chance to stop and think he's going to like Aubrey too. He's feels like he fits to me.

I loved this episode but I'm royally mad that they made me cry. I love the relationships between the characters and I especially loved that even in its 10th year it still feels like the writers have a endless supply of material. One thing that has always struct me about the show is the sheer number of characters on the show and while the show is about Booth and Bones you never feel like the supporting characters have ever been neglected. You know these characters and about their lives. it is like watching a family of friends work. I love it.

Let's do a little recap:
[Spoiler (click to open)]
Now let's go back to the beginning, Brennan gets Booth out of prison and something I love is seeing how desperate Booth is to solve the case and get something done. Booth isn't the type to sit around and do nothing and you clearly see that in this episode. The other thing is that Booth has trusted the FBI for so long and now he doesn't have the stability of that connection.

I did love how Aubrey is almost providing that connection and ability to trust something about the FBI for Booth.

I always love the story. I like the conspiracy story though I'm not entirely sure I remember everything that was happening but the show will remind me.

Booth is so worked up that Sweets takes him to his place to work and Daisy comes in VERY pregnant and we learn that they are expecting and they want Booth to be the godfather. It was all so touching and sweet and I should have realized then.

I have always loved that all the characters have their part to play but the biggest thing that happened in this episode, and by far the worst moment I've ever seen on this show, was Sweets dying. It left me in tears! I mean I remember when he first started on the show and I wasn't sure about him but I've grown to love him and his storyline. I was so happy to see Daisy and Sweets together and having a family and then they killed him.

The thing that got me the most is the little brother attitude Sweets had with Booth. He even tells Booth that he shot his attacker and that he fought back and that would make Booth proud. It was such a touching moment and one that was followed by Sweets trying, once again to tell Booth that despite everything that has happened; things are still good. Not everyone is the bad guy. Always trying to help, our Sweets. And then he's gone and Booth is having trouble handling it.

But these people work with bodies so not only does Sweets end up on their table but they are going to try to figure out who killed him. Geez Lousie! This is just so heart wrenching!

I love this show. If Outlander didn't exist I'm thinking this would be my favorite even those I love the Boys on Supernatural and Ichabod on Sleepy Hollow. Bones you are just amazing and I look forward to a season of heart breaking and beautiful storytelling.
 
 
 
Phoenixburned_phoenix on September 29th, 2014 08:19 am (UTC)
I mostly like the supporting characters better and enjoy the time they focus on them most *G*

It was soo sad to see Sweets go! But I already had that weird feeling when that Aubrey character popped up, because physically he's so close to Sweets' type. :(
Now I wonder who's decision it was that Sweets was gonna go...
Jill aka Jo: Misc: Hobbs double Words Fail Mesireesanwar on October 7th, 2014 08:01 pm (UTC)
I love all the characters. I can't say there has been one I didn't like. Even Daisy and... that depressed intern. I loved them all. They all had such a great role in the show and no one seemed unnecessary.

And while I liked Sweets he wasn't my favorite but I loved the brotherly relationship he had with Booth and how much he looked up to Booth as an orphan. He had older adopted parents which he lost early on and so he needed that family setting and got it with this group. But never having an older brother made him turn to Booth for that connection and it was truly beautiful.

And I love how much we see that connection for Booth after Sweets dies.

Man did I cry.
Phoenixburned_phoenix on October 8th, 2014 08:10 am (UTC)
Yes, they did a great job there! I think it will be quite the struggle to get through this for some of the characters. It will be interesting to see.
Jill aka Josireesanwar on October 9th, 2014 12:17 am (UTC)
It will.