During Bones' seventh season, Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) survived becoming a couple, cohabitation, and childbirth. But is their biggest test yet to come?
After Brennan was framed for murder by hacker/serial killer Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds) in the Season 7 finale, she took baby Christine and left Booth for parts unknown with her former convict father Max (guest star Ryan O'Neal). Although Brennan seemed to have a good reason — if she stays off the grid, she can perhaps prove her innocence without Pelant using his digital prowess against her — how will Booth feel about being abandoned?
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Former Beverly Hills, 90210 and Third Watch star Jason Wiles will make a guest appearance on Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Wiles, who played drug addict Colin Robbins on the original 90210, will be featured alongside previously announced guest stars Michael Gladis, Kevin Alejandro and David Alan Grier. The 40-year-old will play Alexander Gammon, who becomes a rapist's target.
David Alan Grier is heading to Law & Order: SVU.
Grier, 54, will play defense attorney Jeremy Swift in an upcoming episode called "Branded," scheduled to air October 20, a show rep tells TVGuide.com. He joins previously announced guests Michael Gladis and Kevin Alejandro, who will play rape victims who are brutally abused.