i truly thought this show had been cancelled. i only remember catching parts of two episodes and then seeing those same two repeated a ton.
No... it was pre-empted for the Baseball playoffs. But it's back now
Originally Posted by canadian_angel
If anyone watched it last night. I took one of those 2 minute naps, where you blink your eyes and then it's two minutes later. I totally missed the part where they solve the case. I know it wasn't Charlie, because they mentioned him in the last scene, but who was it? Doctor or Sheriff is who I was guessing.
it was the doc
Originally Posted by kimrs
this show isn't bad like people are saying, it is certainly watchable
i thought it was pretty funny when they were dancing at that spot and all the guys looked like they wanted to eat brennan
I thought it was a really good ep. We're getting much more personality I think from both Brennen and Booth. I knew it would be one of the more influential people in the town and I found the entire ep funny and DB is just great in it.
Thanks so much Dogg!
I had a feeling it was him, because he was SO helpful. He wanted to be involved in everything and I have read that Sociopaths like to see how their crimes affect the public. Why did he do it?
I don't know anyone else who watches this, but I love this school.
I LOVE when Temperence goes, "I don't know what that means"
thanx i knew it was familiar. i never knew he was in smallville.
Originally Posted by riblit
the ep was pretty good yea some parts were pretty comical
A most enjoyable episode last night, I think. When you can tastefully inject humor into such topics as cannibalism and rummaging through bear excrement, you have presented something worth watching.
I'm sooo glad this show is back! Fantastic episode
I thought it was hilarious when they caught up with the Dr and he started his monologue on why, and Temperence slams him with the bedpan. Boone's like, what did you do that for, and she says so matter of factly, "nobody wants to listen to that rambling psycho speech"
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