Buddy Bites: 'Bones' Spoiler, 'Munster' Reboot and 'Lone Star' Second Life
Buddy Bites: 'Bones' Spoiler, 'Munster' Reboot and 'Lone Star' Second Life
Ben Watson
Ben Watson
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Brennan's POV
Here is a Bones spoiler to wrap your head around. An upcoming episode of Bones will be told primarily from Brennan's point of view. Executive producer, Stephen Nathan, says "It's a very stylized episode where Brennan is investigating a murder of someone who appears to be her." This storytelling device has been used before, most recently in an episode of House when Mos Def suffered from Locked-in Syndrome. It is a fascinating way to see a different perspective, but I have one issue. If the whole thing is from Brennan's POV, does that mean we don't get to see our girl the entire episode? Let's hope not! [Ausiello]

Another Season, Another Reboot
Bryan Fuller, the man with the askew mind responsible for such original TV shows like, Pushing Daisies, Wonderfalls and Dead Like Me, is at it again. This time he is teaming up with NBC for a possible series based on the classic 1960s sitcom The Munsters. So far NBC has only agreed to a pilot, but if anyone could pull off a Munsters reboot it would have to be Fuller. His last effort Pushing Daisies was critically adored and had a small, but rabid following. If he can tap into that same level of quirkiness, we may have a hit show on our hands. However, the show is at NBC so even if the series gets picked up it may not live too long on the Peacock. I fully expect this idea to go the way of NBC's last remake effort, The Rockford Files. Where would this show fit on the network anyway? Can you imagine the NBC Thursday Night promos: "And after the award winning 30 Rock, stay tuned for America's favorite family, The Munsters (insert NBC chime)." [Ausiello]

Lone Star
Back, Kind of
Just when I thought I was out...they pull me back in. After the crushing news that FOX had canceled the intriguing new series Lone Star, the network aims to play games with our heart. Rumors have surfaced that FOX is considering burning-off the remaining (already filmed) episodes on Saturday's at 11 p.m. This is great news but, will we get a resolution, or will this just make the news that the show is canceled even worse? [Zap2it]

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