Emily Deschanel, Geoff Stults, and David Boreanaz, Bones
Make no bones about it: Bones creator Hart Hanson is more than a little nervous about how his show's loyal (and very vocal) audience will receive the characters from his proposed spin-off when they make their debut in Thursday's episode, which is titled "Finder."
"I have warned them about this from the beginning. I said... 'Now, listen — when this goes on the air, there's going to be a loud group of people who hate [these characters]," Hanson tells TVGuide.com with a squealing laugh. "Our record of introducing new characters on Bones — it doesn't go well.
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"I expect that there will be a loud group of people who say, 'Hey! What's this peanut butter doing with my chocolate?'" Hanson continues. "The question will be: Do people tune out? It'll be very interesting to see how the quiet majority of Bones fans respond to "Finder" as opposed to the very loud passionate minority. Which I love, but it's sometimes like riding a tiger."
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Nina Dobrev and Ian Somerhalder
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In the finale, ominously titled "As I Lay Dying," a Mystic Falls screening of Gone With the Wind leaves Damon (Ian Somerhalder) struggling to keep his memories of Katherine in 1864 separate from the present reality of Elena's (Nina Dobrev) impending danger. Is he shaking her in this photo to remind himself she's not Katherine? Is he warning her to run far, far away? Or is he about to pull her in for a long overdue passionate kiss? Hit the comments with your guesses!
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