As we consider Father’s Day, it is obvious the role that fathers have played in a staple of television comedy: Father Knows Best, The Courtship of Eddie’s Father, Parenthood, Modern Family. But they are also integral to many a plot twist and emotional conflict driving drama as well, particularly in the crime and spy genre.
Beginning its ninth (possibly its final) season, Booth and Brennan are stronger than ever. Finally, getting together and making a baby in the last two seasons was the creative jolt this show needed to keep long time fans happy. Not only that, but also this season is the season where marriage finally happens unless producers are teasing us in a cruel way.
On Thursday night at 9 p.m. if you look hard enough, you will find The Finder, a new show from Fox that is a spin-off from Bones. The Finder in person is Walter Sherman (Geoffrey Stults – 7th Heaven, How I Met Your Mother, The Break-Up), Iraq war veteran with a brain injury that gives him an uncanny ability and desire to find things. The character is based on The Locator books by Richard Greener.
Bones, a murder/mystery/comedy staring Emily Deschanel as Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan, a world renowned Forensic Anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institution, and David Boreanaz as Special Agent Seeley Booth, a former U.S. Army Ranger and Special Forces sniper, tells the story of two completely different people coming together to solve murders in an unusual way.
It’s once again a new year, a time when we look back and lists are made about the good and bad in 2010, here I present the Best top 10 in television. Note there are spoilers.
10. The Vampire Diaries- Beginning with ten making my way down to number 1, is the Vampire Diaries.