Friday, April 9, 2010

Take Two

Okay, last night, after I watched Bones (Show)100 episode, I was in shock, frustrated and excited at the same time!  I couldn't believe what I had just seen or that Bones pretty much rejected Booth.  It really did suck, but after re-watching the episode several more times, I think get where they are going with this episode and even have more respect for Dr. Sweets.  

Last season's finale seemed like a disappointment for long time Show followers like me, but looking back at it now, it may not have been as bad as we all thought.  In the end scene with Bones and Booth, there is a quote on the wall behind them.  It says "Nothing happens unless first a dream" by Carl Sandburg.  When I saw this I actually had to pause the show, and think.  This all started in Booths coma dream/ the book that Bones was writing while she was waiting for him to wake up.  A life where they were together and happy and expecting a mini Bones/Booth.  It was first a dream.  Everything that has happened up to this point has come from this dream.  Am I reaching?  I doubt it, but keep reading.

Maybe Bones has come to realize that she is in love with our favorite G-Man, but doesn't know if she could take that leap of "faith" and take that chance with Booth.  Maybe not now, but I think it's just a matter of time. 

In the second season, Bones' lover, Agent Sully, who I really wasn't too fond of in the first place, sailed away without her and behind her was Booth.  In my mind, I saw this as her "past" sailing off into the sunset and her future standing there waiting for her.  In the end of this scene, Booth says, "Everything happens eventually."  Yes, it does!  I normally don't read to much into these things, but in this situation, I am willing to make an exception!  

In another amazing scene was in season four was when Brennan was dumped (ps. I have never liked this term.... just sounds so sad in a away.  Moving on!) by the two men that she was seeing at the same time.  While she and Booth were at their session with Sweets aka Baby Duck, he tells her that there is someone for everyone and that she just had to be open enough to see it.  Sigh!!  Every time I see that episode, I usually scream at the scene, "Brennan, your person is sitting right next to you!!!" At this point, I don't think it really hit her that Booth has been her constant and looks past her problems to the person that she really is.  It's true, but the sooner they get together, the sooner the Show will lose its "magic" and its followers. 

So, maybe, last night's episode wasn't a total disappointment, but something for fans, like me, to keep an eye on and to keep up on the edge of our seats.  In an article that I read about the Show, this is part one of the finale that we will see in six weeks and our favorite non couple is not even close to finish changing. 

My friend said in her comment to my last post that I had taken more out of the episode than the casual viewer would have or did.  After rereading my last post and watching the episode again, I see what she was saying. And, my dears, I am obsessed with the show... I'll admit it! ;o)

1 comment:

  1. Oooh, I don't think you're reaching at all with the theory about the quote/book/coma dream. VERY good insight! Time will tell if you are right, and I will keep watching so I can find out. And so I can understand what you're talking about all the dang time, groupie! ;o)~