But what's great about the portrayal of her character is she will adapt and change based on new information. We see it over and over as Booth educates her on the personal side which is often at war with pure logic.
The writers do a great job with the development of her charachter.
Sometimes Bones comes off being just to arrogant. She is a genius, I grant you that but she doesn't grasp the idea that there are other people in the world that are just as smart as she is in their field of work. I think last night's episode gave her an opportunity to see this. I, too, was glad when the doctor called her off to the side to express this fact.
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I also enjoyed the Hodgins reaction to both attempting and then watching as the other intern mastered it.
I loved the fact that the psychytrist called Bones on her reaction to his profession and then we quickly saw what he has to deal with - which gave her a better appreciation to the side of mental illness also quite prevalent in today's society.
My heart went out to the family both mother and son - having to deal with a family member who is mentally ill is long suffering and hits many aspects of the lives of whom they affect.
I have to admit, I liked the little altar boy who threw the holy water on the burning corpse! One quibble as a Catholic: the priest would only wear the full vestments like that if he were about to say Mass, which he clearly wasn't in this case.
I know I shouldn't have, but I had to laugh when Hodgins knocked himself out with the nunchucks! At first I thought he was handling them well -- shoulda known.
I squirm a bit at how the staff reacts to this particular intern (don't know how to spell his name), but I absolutely LOVE that he smashes the Muslim = crazy stereotype that is sadly too prevalent today.
No preview, so I'm guessing no new episode next week. Boo!
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