Let’s just say that out of the three TGIT shows, Bones closely resembled the fake-turkey Brennan wanted to serve for Thanksgiving, Grey’s Anatomy was the staple heaping pile of stuffing everyone loves, and HTGAWM… well, it’s like that godawful yam/marshmallow casserole that I still can’t wrap my brain around why is has a place on the dinner table and isn’t served as dessert: some people seem to love it; I just have no appetite for the stuff.
A few minutes into ‘Old Time Rock ‘n Roll‘ we had a pretty good idea the episode was going to be all about sex. We pick up right where we left off last week – with a drunken Maggie taking the hot intern home. This week, she wakes up and has one of the freak outs we’ve grown to expect from her. Can this woman handle anything with poise and calm? As Meredith pointed out later on in the episode, she’s not the first attending to sleep with an intern (cue yet another freak out by Maggie for reminding Meredith of the late Dr. McDreamy).
The opening scene was, as usual, the discovery of a gruesome corpse by a couple of random unsuspecting characters who had nothing to do with the murder: two women thought it might be a good idea to visit a remote fish farm out in the boonies for a redneck pedicure, and end up getting more than they bargained for. Instead of having fish nibble on the dead skin of their feet, which is pretty gross in an of itself if you ask me, one of them gets her foot lodged in a floating skull. Yuck. I think we should really give the writers props for continuously coming up with new disgusting ways to discover the bodies. Keep Reading!
If last week’s HTGAWM episode seemed to be heading in the right direction, and Grey’s Anatomy was perfectly fine, Bones’s second episode of the season doesn’t fare as well. Is it possible the show has jumped the shark, or am I just being grumpy?
Episode 2 contained zero surprises, really. Well, maybe one. Let’s take it from the top:
Continuing our TGIT recaps, and since I rambled on and on about HTGAWM, I’ll keep Grey’s Anatomy short and sweet.