Hugh Laurie, <EM>House</EM> Hugh Laurie, House
Bones
Bones finally gets a little bit of lovin'  but not from Booth, from her old professor Michael. Too bad the handsome schmoozer just so happens to be on the opposing side in the case she's working on. But only Tempe could find a guy who can make dinner plans over a dead body without any qualms. Love Zack and his theory that if Temperance hooked up with her professor and mentor then maybe there was a chance for him. It's like the circle of life, or at least the circle of lust. Angela  who admitted to dating circus people seemed a bit thrilled to meet the man who tickled Bones' fancy. She even asked, "He cooks, too? Can we share him?" But while Tempe was busy flirting, the chemistry between her and Booth intensified! He seemed almost proud that her competitive nature brought out the best in her, and I might have detected a little bit of jealousy there, too. And she wouldn't dare let her feelings for a guy get in the way of her work, especially when it involved a poor girl who was tortured and then buried in a fridge by a sadomasochistic couple. Bones' summation of her relationship with Michael? "The Olympics are a competition. Ours is a struggle to the death." Wonder if he'll be back any time soon. Oh, and did anyone else feel uncomfortable watching Bones testify? She was so clearly out of her element and pulling out the details of her parents' disappearance was a little bit unkind. But I'm glad that she stood up to it and didn't let Booth get off scot-free, though he did know the best way to beg for her forgiveness was with a murder case at the Washington monument.