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Exclusive Bones Sneak Peek: Brennan's Rival Returns!

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So much for "friendly" competition.

On Thursday's Bones (8/7, Fox), Dr. Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is asked to give the keynote speech at a forensic science convention, so she brings Cam (Tamara Taylor), Angela (Michaela Conlin) and Hodgins (TJ Thyne) along with her. But when the remains of a body are found at the convention, Brennan and her team must go to work — especially once Hodgins becomes the prime suspect!

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However, not everyone at the convention is likely to lend a hand. The episode also features the return of Brennan's publishing rival Tess Brown... read more

Bones: The Honeymoon Is Over — Now What?

Nora Dunn, Emily Deschanel

Bones fans will get a double dose of action this week.

The show will air a new episode on Monday (8/7c, Fox) before shifting into its new timeslot (Fridays at 8/7c) later in the week. And even though lead characters Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) recently got married, executive producer Stephen Nathan insists the show is nowhere near finished.

First Look: Bones' bachelorette bash


"It is a new era, but we never thought [the wedding] was the end," Nathan tells TVGuide.com... read more

Keck's Exclusives: First Look: Bones' Bachelorette Bash

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Better late than never. On the November 22 episode of Fox's Bones, Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) matron of honor, Angela (Michaela Conlin), finally throws Brennan the bachelorette party she should have had before her October wedding to Booth.

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The Monday Playlist: A Bones Wedding, Mom Gets Help, Fallon's Pearl Jam Week

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Most Bones fans will likely agree with its title character (Emily Deschanel) when Brennan declares to her intended, Booth (David Boreanaz), "We've waited long enough." The wait is over, as the brusque forensic anthropologist and her impetuous FBI baby-daddy finally head to the altar — although for most of this endearing episode (Monday, 8/7c), nearly everyone in the Jeffersonian lab, including a full complement of returning Squints, is laying bets that the wedding will never happen. There's a new case, after all, and the real challenge is to keep Bones from becoming too distracted. Cyndi Lauper (returning as psychic Avalon Harmonia) is on hand to perform at the ceremony, but what she should really be singing is "Get Tempe to the Church on Time." There are additional complications and intimations of cold feet before the lovely finish, but Angela (Michaela Conlin) probably says it best: "You don't want your fingers to smell like death when Booth puts on the ring."

She's right. And: ew.

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On the Set: Bones' Brennan and Booth Finally Tie the Knot

David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel

It's the perfect day for a wedding. The rose garden at USC's Exposition Park in sunny downtown Los Angeles is perfumed with posies in full bloom, there's a pleasant breeze in the air and...a pair of smiling skeletons topping a wedding cake?

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Bones Season 9: Bosses Tease a Rocky Road to the Booth-Brennan Wedding

Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz

This summer, Bones creator Hart Hanson did something he hates doing: He gave viewers a huge spoiler.

At Comic-Con in July, Hanson told thousands of gathered fans that -- despite the Season 8 cliff-hanger that saw Booth (David Boreanaz) turn down a long-awaited proposal from Brennan (Emily Deschanel) because of a threat from serial killer Christopher Pelant (Andrew Leeds) — Booth and Brennan will be getting married this season. "It was a sad enough season-ender that we wanted to tell people, 'You know what? This works out alright,'" Hanson tells TVGuide.com.

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As such, crafting the Season 9 premiere (Monday at 8/7c, Fox), which takes place a few months after where the finale left off, became a bit tricky. After all, before that happy day comes, Booth and Brennan have to work through the consequences of Booth's lie. "We had to figure out: 'How do we continue telling the story of these two people in an honest way?'" executive producer Stephan Nathan says... read more

The Monday Playlist: Carrie Diaries, Continuum, a Bones Double Feature and More

AnnaSophia Robb

Long before she met her Prince Charming in a man named Mr. Big, Carrie Bradshaw's adolescent life was still something of a swoon-inducing Cinderella story. That's the first impression from the CW's new The Carrie Diaries (8/7c, repeated an hour later), a likeably schmaltzy "prequel" to Sex and the City that finds the CW hewing closely to the ABC Family model that has lately stolen much of the channel's young-adult thunder.

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Fox Renews Bones For A Ninth Season

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Bones is back. The long-running Fox series has been renewed for next season, which will mark the fan favorite show's ninth year on the air.

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Bones: When Will Booth and Brennan Be "Healed"?

David Boreanaz and John Francis Daley

Bones' executive producers believe Booth and Brennan still have plenty of obstacles to overcome this season. But they don't all have to be so serious!

Case in point: Monday's episode (8/7c, Fox) finds Booth (David Boreanaz)  and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) struggling with Booth's decision to invite Sweets (John Francis Daley) to be their houseguest. And it won't be very long before Booth realizes three's a crowd.

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"Now that [Sweets] and Daisy broke up, we didn't want to go through the sort of traditional mourning of Daisy and moping and stuff like that," executive producer Stephen Nathan tells TVGuide.com... read more

Bones Season 8: Is Love Enough for Booth and Brennan?

David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel

Bones begins its eighth season with lots of unanswered questions, but there's one in particular that many of the show's characters must ask this season: Is love enough?

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"What we are trying to do this season is have everybody re-examining their relationships," executive producer Stephan Nathan tells TVGuide.com. "[Last season] everyone came together, everybody's relationships were solidified, and it was kind of a happy season. All of that got pulled apart at the end of the year, and now everybody is seeing the world in a new way." ... read more

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