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Bones Finale: Ep Solves Baby Mystery, Explains '447' Resolution, Talks Alternate Endings (Ghost Sweets?!)
The following story contains spoilers about tonight’s Bones series finale. Proceed at your own peril.
Any way you slice it, Bones just gave us a very happy “End in the End.”
After 12 seasons, the Fox drama signed off Tuesday with a wistful, bittersweet and ultimately satisfying hour that found Big Bad Mark Kovac permanently neutralized (aka killed), Brennan’s temporary amnesia reversed and Cam ditching the Jeffersonian to start a new family with Arastoo (but not before promoting Hodgins into her post as lab director). Along the way, the series sort of resolved the enduring “447” mystery, paid tribute to »
‘Bones’ Creator On Tonight’s Series Finale, Reunion Rumors & Fighting Fox
Spoiler Alert: This story contains details about tonight's series finale of Bones. Everybody survived the bomb explosions, Seeley Booth got his man, Temperance Brennan’s astonishing cognitive abilities returned, the decimated Jeffersonian lab will be rebuilt, and after 246 episodes, eight time slots and 12 seasons, Fox’s Bones ended tonight for good. Or did it? “To get together again, and I would be the last person to speak for everyone, but in a couple years or… »
This is the Thanos Cosplay To Rule Them All
Thanos, also known as the Dark Lord by his most loyal underlings and the Mad Titan by the galactic communities, is a powerful, cosmic warlord who rules over a distant region of space and commands a massive army known as the Chitauri. His main objective is to obtain the Infinity Stones, and his desire to achieve this goal is what led him to forging deals with the villains Loki and Ronan the Accuser in their respective campaigns against Earth and Xandar. In other words Thanos is the main villain and practically the main character in Avengers: Infinity War. In terms
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- Nat Berman
Diverse Documentaries Under Attack as Congressman Questions Public Broadcasting ‘Agenda’
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting may have a documentary problem.
At a House subcommittee hearing on Tuesday, Cpb president/CEO Patricia Harrison heard mostly support from Congressional members on attendance. With House critics of funding for public broadcasting mostly absent, the focus was on how public radio and TV stations support education, veteran, health and safety issues across the country – particularly rural areas.
One Congressperson even asked Harrison how the Cpb would allocate its funds if its annual appropriation was doubled from its current level ($445 million annually). The hearing came just weeks after Donald Trump’s proposed budget suggested a complete elimination of Cpb funding.
Read More: PBS Will Likely Survive, But Trump’s Proposal Hits Stations Servicing His Own Rural Supporters the Hardest
The hearing was mostly devoid of fireworks, except when Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) took issue with a handful of recent documentary titles, such as “Baby Mama High, »
- Michael Schneider
New Girl Season 6 Episode 21 Review: “San Diego”
Whether or not this is the last season of New Girl, these final few episodes of Season 6 have certainly been bringing a sense of closure to the series’ six-year run, and tonight’s installment, “San Diego,” continues that trend in an even more significant way, as it ends Nick and Reagan’s dysfunctional relationship and finally reveals Schmidt’s first name. Both of these moments are important to Season 6 and the show as a whole, but while Nick and Reagan’s break-up goes down as expected, the unveiling of Schmidt’s first name is somehow able to be both surprising and hilarious, living up
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- Chris King
WGA East’s Council Asks Members To Authorize Strike
In the second of a one-two punch that puts the WGA further along the road to a threatened strike against the film and TV industry, the WGA East's council voted tonight in New York to seek strike authorization from the guild's members. The vote comes a day after the WGA West's board voted in Los Angeles to seek the same authorization from its members. The back-to-back votes were recommended unanimously by the WGA negotiating committee, which broke off contract talks with ma… »
Dominic Burgess Joins ‘Linda From Hr’; Tony Rock In ‘Living Biblically’
Dominic Burgess (Feud: Bette and Joan) is set for a series regular role opposite Lauren Graham on Fox's single-camera comedy pilot Linda From Hr. Written by Geoff Barbanell and Itai Grunfeld and directed by Marc Buckland, Linda From Hr centers on the eponymous heroine, Linda Plugh (Graham); all it takes is one bad decision to throw Linda from Hr's monotonous, unfulfilled life into an exciting but dangerous tailspin of balancing work life, home life and a secret that could… »
Bill O’Reilly Addresses “Stupid” Crack About Maxine Waters’ “Distracting” Hair On ‘Factor’
Fox News Channel primetime host Bill O’Reilly devoted the better part of Tuesday to Rep. Maxine Waters (D-ca) after likening her hair to a “James Brown wig.” It started this morning when, appearing on Fox & Friends, Waters came up, because Democrats + Fox & Friends = morning show hilarity. “I love her! Maxine Waters should have her own sitcom,” O’Reilly said by way of opening the festivities. “People get angry with Maxine waters. I want more of it. Let’s go!” The show… »
The Flash's Tom Felton Weighs In on [Spoiler] Twist, New Team Tensions
The following contains major spoilers from this week’s episode of The CW’s The Flash.
This week on The Flash, one team member went to great lengths to save another — with major ramifications for all involved.
Toward the close of an hour in which Barry & Co. debated letting the Earth-19 villain-from-the-future Abra Kadabra (played by MacGyver‘s David Dastmalchian) run free, in trade for intel on Savitar’s identity, Caitlin was critically injured/Tommy Merlyn’d by an explosion conjured by the magic man. »
Behind the Scenes From The Exorcist is Creepier Than the Movie Itself
There are two movies in the history of cinema that I believe influenced real culture and real society more than any other movies in history. It’s difficult to actually measure influence outside of the theaters but you can certainly put in a reasonable guess. The first movie which I think is number one is Jaws. We may watch the movie today and make fun of how fake the shark looks but no movie has ever influenced people’s decision to go swimming in the ocean as much as that movie. Think about it. We’re talking millions and millions of people who
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- Nat Berman
The Voice Recap: The Man of Steal
Going into Tuesday’s final Battle Rounds of The Voice Season 12, Adam Levine was the only coach who still had a steal left. But on whom would he use it, especially considering that the evening consisted of a mere three sing-offs, and there was no way Alicia Keys was going to pass on Lilli Passero? (I mean, come on — she’s a goddess.) Keep reading and find out the answer (as if you don’t already know!), then we’ll play favorites in the comments.
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New Girl: Here's the Story Behind Schmidt's Lol First Name
The following story contains major spoilers about Tuesday’s New Girl. Proceed at your own peril. And we repeat — if you haven’t watched the episode, don’t read any further.
Is New Girl big enough for two Winstons?! The Fox comedy posed that very unlikely question in Tuesday’s penultimate Season 6 episode when it was disclosed that Schmidt’s elusive first name is eerily, coincidentally, hilariously similar to bestie Winston’s. Actually, it is Winston.
Two Men Stop to Help Girl Cross Finish line at Philadelphia Half Marathon
Honestly it’s moments like these that make me proud to be a human being. During the Philadelphia Love Run Half Marathon two men helped a fellow runner make it to the finish line. The cameras spotted the women who was initially on the brink of collapse. While all of the runners in the race were so close to the finish line, all but two carried on right past the woman, but two men stopped to lend a hand. The pair of guys scooped her up and carried her to the end so that she could officially finish the race. This
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- Nat Berman
‘The Flash’s Grant Gustin Draws ‘The Last Full Measure’
Exclusive: Foresight Unlimited has set The Flash star Grant Gustin to join The Last Full Measure, the political drama that Todd Robinson will direct from his script. Shooting on the film begins this weekend in Atlanta and Costa Rica. Gustin will play actual Medal of Honor recipient William Pitsenbarger, a special forces Para-rescue Jumper who is pivotal to the plot. He joins Sebastian Stan, Christopher Plummer, William Hurt, Samuel L. Jackson, Bradley Whitford, Michael… »
Leonardo DiCaprio Remembers ‘Gilbert Grape’ Star Darlene Cates: “She Was The Best Acting Mom I Ever Had”
Leonardo DiCaprio has paid tribute to his What’s Eating Gilbert Grape co-star Darlene Cates, who died Sunday at the age of 69. “Darlene was the best acting mom I ever had the privilege of working alongside. Her endearing personality and incredible talent will live on in the memories of those who knew her, and those who loved her work,” DiCaprio wrote in a post on Facebook. “My thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time. The Revenant star DiCaprio… »
Skinny Pete Playing the Piano in Breaking Bad Will Always Be a Defining Moment
Breaking Bad not only had its stars but there were numerous characters in the show that left a lasting impact. Perhaps the one character who had practically zero impact on the show was Skinny Pete. And yet there was one moment on the show that I would consider to be one of the most memorable moments of the entire series. That moment involved Skinny Pete. Maybe it’s because I play piano but for some reason this scene has always stuck with me in a series that had no shortage of standout moments. Skinny Pete is just kind of there through
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- Nat Berman
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