I know, like me, you must still be
reeling over the fact that there will be no new Bones
episodes until November 5, but I beseech you to try your
best to cope during this hard time. For it is in fact during a tragedy like
this that we must all band together in order to get past the pain and anguish
we feel in our hearts.
There are 13 long days until the
return of Booth and Bones, but we must not dwell on this. Let's focus on
the positive and keep ourselves occupied for the remainder of this time. I have
listed five excellent ways for you to survive this treacherous Bones
Watch reruns of Bones
on TNT: You can catch Bones on TNT almost every weekday at 7 and 8pm. The
schedule tends to change rather inconsistently, so I urge you to go to their
website and double check. If we're lucky, one day they will have
episodes! Season 1 just started up again. Isn't it funny to see how
much everyone has changed?
Re-watch episodes from Season 5: OK, so maybe you're not like me, and you don't like to
re-watch episodes over and over again, but who doesn't like the amazing Booth
and Bones moments from this season? I mean come on. Booth and Bones
said I love you to each other...if only in a "professional kind of way." You can
check watch them here.
Get Bones Season 4 on DVD:
Like the commercial says, this is "the season that changed everything." If you
don't have it already, I strongly encourage you to go and get it. Aside from
every episode, it has deleted scenes, a feature about the Squints, and my
personal favorite, a gag reel.
Continue to check BuddyTV for news and spoilers: I often find this the best way to cope with the hiatus of
any show. During a long break, it's always nice to hear some good
news. For instance, did
you hear that Zooey Deschanel will be making a guest appearance on Bones as Brennan's cousin later on
this season? I don't know about you, but I can't wait to see the lovely
Deschanel sisters together on the same screen.
Breathe: This might
seem like the strangest suggestion ever, but trust me, it really does
work. It has been scientifically proven to help lower your stress level,
but, most importantly, it helps you to not harbor any hatred toward FOX or
Major League Baseball. Personally, this is just one more reason why I
don't like baseball, but, since it is America's pastime, I guess I'll have to
-Nicole Bessette, BuddyTV Fan Columnist