2010 July 23rd
By: Dee Miyamura
Media Critic and Reviewer
Moderator didn’t have name plate
Hart Hansen … show creator
David Boreanaz … Special Agent Seeley Booth
Emily Deschanel … Dr. Temperance Brennan
David Boreanaz is best known by many as the vampire-with-a-soul from “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” and it’s spin-off “Angel”. Now an FBI agent named Seeley Booth. He is asked what he thinks about vampires, and his enthusiastic response was “Great to see an ‘Angel’ movie.”
Emily Deschanel is a member of a showbiz family. Her mother was an actress, her sister Zoey is an actress and singer, and her father Caleb has worked behind-the-scenes on “Bones.” She spent her break from the “Bones” set filming a movie called “Perfect Family”, portraying a lesbian, co-starring Kathleen Turner.
This new season, Seeley Booth returns from Afghanistan, and brings along a new love interest. This throws a new monkey wrench in the Booth-Brennan relationship.
Hart Hansen tells a small insight joke on the influence of the “X-Files” on the show “A buck ninety-nine for the X-Files theme. Bones owes a debt to the X-Files.”
Emily comments on some of their guest starts, including her sister, Zoey Deschanel, and Stephen Fry and Billy F. Gibbons favorably.
Hart says “Grave Digger coming back.”
David admits to a fear of double-decker buses while filming in England. “Double-decker buses are a problem. They’re scary…. They’re scary…”
Emily doesn’t like snakes, or the thought of being buried alive. What do the writers do? They place Temperance Brennan in those same situations in the script!
“They torment us.” Boreanaz figured it out.
What are some of David’s favorites? His favorite ‘Bones” character is “Sweets”, favorite actor Gregory Peck, and admired Steve McQueen.
Emily admires Kathleen Turner and says “She is down-to-earth and cool.”
Emily likes something different. The show’s writing that is challenging. She is proud of playing Temperance Brennan. “She’s a strong, intelligent woman. Good image to put out there…love the dialog, witty repartee…smart and funny.”
David “Fear level … this really scares the- you-know-what-outta-me.”
David and Emily attempt witty repartee and Hart comments: “I love it when they do this… It really proves they need a script.”
Hart talks about the Angela-and-Hodges storyline being “a million stories” and that the couple “they’re going to stay together, and go through everything.”
David makes the live-long-and-prosper hand sign.
Before the end of the panel, a special guest is introduced. She is Kathy Reich. Kathy is a renowned forensic anthropologist who novels about Dr. Temperance Brennan, is very loosely based on her own life. Dr. Reich makes a brief statement to introduce Sunday’s panel for her children’s books series.
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