Fitting that Bones is on the same night as Models, right? AMMIRIGHTPEOPLE!?!? Come on in for our take on last night’s TV!
Last night on Bones, we go to hell in a hand basketâ€¦figuratively. This week’s Skeletor had horns and a tail and was found roasting away on the altar of a Catholic church. As a lapsed Catholic who’s skurred of the dark and had to sleep in her parents’ room after watching 30 minutes of <em>The Stand</em> back in high school, the image of a burning demon didn’t sit too well. Luckily, we quickly find out that the demon was, in fact, a schizophrenic mental patient who believed he was actually demon spawn and had horns made out of coral surgically implanted on his head. He was also a heroin addict who got his drugs from a nurse practitioner because the meds his doctor gave him didn’t ease his pain. One night while he was shooting up in the basement his brother stopped by and killed him. At least they’ll have each other when they’re gallivanting in the depths of Hades.
Also this ep, Bones finally gets checked on her condescending remarks about psychology and Arastoo Vaziri, our Intern of the Week, tells Cam about the man he killed while working as an army interpreter in Iraq. Here’s hoping the black chick will stop racially profiling the only other ethnic cast member on the show.
Models of the Runway: PottyMouth
Last night on Models of the Runway…….winners were hugged, losers were hugged, and models were nervous about going home. Heidi continued to ask the tough questions like, “Can you walk and chew gum at the same time?” and “Aren’t you bitches jealous that I can eat whatever I want to right now?”
There is exercising! There are heart to hearts with heart patients! Witchie Poo tries to stir up drama again! I am wondering how many exclamation points it will take to make this show exciting!!!!!!!!! Hmmmmm…….MORE.
And at the end of the evening, the designers have to chose their models, and one will be owt. But you have to come back for the full to recap to see who stays and who goes!!!!!! SWAK!
Last night on Fringe, horrible things started happening with that pesky parallel universe. For reasons that remain unexplained, a building from the parallel universe hopped over to our version of Manhattan, and a whole bunch of people, including Pryzbylewski from The Wire, got horrifically mangled in the process. Pryzbylewski ended up with a head sticking out of his chest. It wasn’t pretty. Walter realized a building from our side would be sucked into the parallel universe in thirty-five hours, but he had no idea which building. But! It seems Olivia has a long-forgotten ability to detect objects from the other universe, thanks to the sinister experiments with Coretexophan that Walter conducted on her as a child. (It also seems young Olivia could START FIRES WITH HER MIND, a revelation which was addressed in a single line of expository dialogue and then never mentioned again.) Unfortunately for Olivia, she lost the ability to act as a
parallel-world divining rod because, ahem, she lost the ability to feel fear when she became an FBI agent. Oh, for crying out loud. I’m a huge Olivia fan, and she’s definitely a tough cookie, but that’s a little much.
Olivia got upset because she thought a whole building of people were doomed, thanks to her fearless bad-ass nature. Peter comforted her, and they had a big tender moment, and then they almost kissed! But right before their lips met, Olivia ruined everything by realizing she could feel fear again. She ran outside and found the right building — with her ability, it looked like it was shimmering — and evacuated everyone, seconds before it got sucked into the other universe.
To celebrate, Olivia and Peter decided to go for drinks — and, despite Peter’s denials to Walter, it looked suspiciously like a date — but when Olivia showed up at the Bishop house, she noticed Peter was shimmering. Walter begged her, “Please don’t tell him.”
Okay, wow, that was a great episode. I can’t wait to find out what happens next. Lucky thing I’ll only have to wait untilâ€¦ Oh. No more new episodes until April. Thanks for nothing, Fox.