Bones
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The Guilty Pleasure TV of 2009 | 3 Jan 2010 // 3:00 PM

It's here where you will find those unmentionable entertainments that keep us suckling at the glass teat for much longer than we need to. It’s not for mental nourishment or relaxation. It’s like an addiction, and going cold crappy TV turkey is just not an option.

//Columns

Murder, They Watched: Are the French Obsessed with American Crime Drama? | 21 Aug 2012 // 5:15 PM

Why are there so many American police procedurals on French TV? Is it because French women have a massive crush on David Caruso? This and other hypotheses come to mind...

//Reviews

'Bones': Dancing with the Forensic Anthropologist | 18 Jan 2013 // 12:30 AM

The midseason premiere of Bones, which aired 14 January, returned to one of the show’s major strengths, the frequently serious characters' capacity for silliness.

'Bones: The Complete Sixth Season': A Specific, Intelligent, Not to Mention Morbid, Brand of Humor | 8 Nov 2011 // 3:02 PM

The majority of Bones Season 6 maintains the show’s established pattern—twisted humor, conflicting personalities, and crime solving—but it also throws a monkey wrench into the gears, and as a result, the show will never be same.

//Blogs

The Bones in Every Procedural TV Show, Including 'Bones', Are the Characters Themselves | 12 Dec 2012 // 11:00 PM

I hate procedurals, but I love Bones. The compelling characters keep the audience engaged despite the formulaic format, but some episodes fall flat.

//News

Pop (and daughter) culture: In TV and films, fathers and female offspring star | 2 Apr 2010 // 6:00 AM

Clinton, Bush, Obama. Not just our three most recent presidents — but three dads. And not just three dads: three dads of daughters. So maybe it's

//Mixed media
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Moving Pixels Podcast: Unearthing the 'Charnel House'

// Moving Pixels

"This week we discuss Owl Creek Games's follow up to Sepulchre, the triptych of tales called The Charnel House Trilogy.

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