Question: David, how was it to direct this season’s finale?
In its final episode of the season, entitled “The Recluse in the Recliner,” directed by David Boreanaz, Booth becomes a target in an ongoing investigation, and the team has to try to figure out who is behind the death of a conspiracy blog writer, Wesley Foster.
As they dig deeper into the man’s death, it’s evident that Booth may be in over his head and his future with the FBI is put into question.
"She's given me so much love and support that it made it easy from day one." "We kind of really opened our hearts to each other and we really trusted each other, which gave us some really great material to work with," he shared.
"From there on it just kind of developed and developed into this small show and here we are.
Yeah, you’re gonna want to grab that right about now and lay it beside you before proceeding any further.
I have just obtained the title of the Bones season finale — place the mask over your nose and mouth — and it’s… Now remove the mask, unwrap the Xanax Pop and take five long licks before continuing on.
So I walked out of a nearly empty stage and couldn’t say a proper goodbye to people. It kind of cheated you and Carla Gallo out of some potentially fun material. When Booth is framed for a murder, he and Brennan team up to clear his name and find the killer in the “The 200th in the 10th” 200th episode of BONES airing Thursday, Dec.
And as I was walking to my trailer I sort of realized, “Oh, s–t, this is weird.” And then the tears started coming.
ET's Leanna Aguilera caught up with the co-stars at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, on Wednesday, where they opened up about what they're going to miss the most about filming their popular crime drama.