Bones of con­tention

The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS -


Thurs­day, 8.45pm, Seven

YOU can al­most for­get the case in this episode of the pop­u­lar crime drama, which is nearly all about re­la­tion­ship is­sues.

It be­gins with the re­turn of Daisy to the Jef­fer­so­nian af­ter her breakup with Dr Sweets. While Daisy is try­ing to take an emo­tion­less, ‘‘Bones-like’’ ap­proach to her work, it’s eas­ier said than done, with Sweets still keen to see if the re­la­tion­ship can be mended.

Mean­while, Booth and Bones dis­cuss funeral ar­range­ments if they were to die and what they would like to hap­pen to them. It’s a rather gloomy topic, but one made light of with quirky hu­mour.

Bring­ing about the mor­bid dis­cus­sion is the case, in which the Jef­fer­so­nian team in­ves­ti­gates the re­mains of two bod­ies found at the same burial plot: one of a fe­male can­cer pa­tient; the other, the can­cer pa­tient’s ‘‘doula’’, who was guid­ing her through her griev­ing process with the ill­ness. It’s a fun who­dunit with plenty of twists and turns.

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