Did you enjoy Danny Beck’s return? What did you think of Booth and Brennan’s insurance talk?
On the last episode of Bones, we saw Brennan face an emotional challenge when she had to tell Wendell that he was suffering from Ewing’s sarcoma, which is a rare form of bone cancer with a high mortality rate. Wendell thought he had a normal broken arm from playing hockey and initially decided to refrain from a rigorous course of treatment that offered little hope for a cure in favor of setting out to see the world. The intern ultimately turned to Brennan and Booth for support as he decided to fight for his life. This episode was quite moving, and I am hoping that we will continue to see Wendell for a long time to come….
BONES has had its fair share of sad storylines, but tonight’s reveal that Wendell has cancer — and a very often fatal kind of bone cancer at that — is up
Stephen Nathan on Wendell: “We’re going to see him at least one more time this year, and we’re going to see his situation progress. Not only the treatment, but the disease. But as we saw at the end of the episode, we saw he made the decision to fight it, which was a very difficult decision. His story will continue. It probably won’t be resolved this year.”
Sweets works the case from a different angle in tonight’s all-new Bones:http://buddytv.us/1k9c9zi