Bones Full Night Event

tv_bones12 (1)It’s been a while since we’ve had our dose of Bones and Monday we got a double dose.

Both cases were interesting, but neither episode was about the cases.

I’m so happy that the writers have focused in on Angela. In a couple of episodes Angela mentioned how unhappy she was, but the writers didn’t delve into it.

It doesn’t surprise me at all that Angela misses her passion, art. She is good at her job, but that’s not who she is.

Brennan’s first passion is ancient remains. She loves to make discoveries. She always gets excited when new finds come into the lab. This time she wasn’t the lead scientist on the remains. Brennan is very competitive, but it wasn’t just because of her competitive nature that she wanted to analyze the remains. She wanted to be apart of a new discovery.

Brennan learned an invaluable lesson this week. She was so busy trying to compete with Clarke  that she missed the key finding: a Neandertal mixed with a Homosapien. Clarke gave a wonderful presentation acted out by Hodgins, Angela, Cam and Sweets. It was funny and heartbreaking all at the same time. The family was outcasts because their daughter was an interbreed of Neandertal  and Homosapien. The mother and father were killed and the three year old curled up next to them and starved to death.

After watching this episode it got me thinking, is this true? It is! Neandertals did interbreed with humans. It’s amazing how bones can tell us remarkable stories.

Check out the article in Science News that reports about this discovery.

What did you think of the episode? Leave me a comment.

To catch up on old episodes go to the Bones section.

Watch the promo for next week’s episode when Pelant returns: Spoilers Blog.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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