Bones-Season 6 (Blu-ray) (2011)
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To Unravel a Murder, You Have to Strip It to the Bone.
|After a much-needed break, forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) return to the Jeffersonian Institute, along with their team of investigative "squints," for another darkly humorous season of murder, mystery, controversy and chemistry. In addition to a vast array of personal crises, ranging from Angela's secret pregnancy to Booth's new relationship with a beautiful reporter, the team tackles a complex caseload of gruesome crimes that includes facing a murderous Chupacabra, a trip to the Jersey Shore, the final return of the Gravedigger, and a vigilante sniper with a deadly link to Booth's past.|
Editor's NoteThis set serves up all 23 episodes from the sixth season of the hit FOX series BONES, starring Emily Descanel as a forensic specialist and David Boreanaz as her FBI agent partner and possible love interest.
Bones - The Complete Sixth Season ("Cradle to Grave Edition") - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Luigi Bastardo Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 10/25/2011 6:07 PM
|Forensics series are a dime a dozen these days. If one were to turn on any television station at any given time, they would be given the option of devoting their time to no less than 128 different shows about people investigating the deaths and disappearances of others — 125 of which aren’t at all good. And so, we have to embrace the few of ‘em that are out there that are actually good. But, as is always the case with a TV show that holds one’s prolonged interest on account of being superior in quality, the writers and producers of said first-rate program are constantly in jeopardy of committing that one, heinous, soulless sin: that of “jumping the shark....read the full review|