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I finally watched an episode ofBones. Meh. Overacted, cheesy dialog, ludicrous "science," unengaging stereotypical characters, and nothing new at all to bring to the table. How is this popular over every other show that's basically the same tripe?
It's called procedurals.
It's called procedurals.I'm well aware. I've seen good ones.Bonesjust didn't bring anything new to the table. It was painfully generic.
However, like Law and Order, you don't have to watch the bad episodes.
Also, they were dressed up as Wonder Woman and a nerd while attempting to resque a hostage from a Indiana Jones approved room who's floor is covered with snakes. That's the Halloween episode.
The forensics remeains reletively scientific insofar as I can tell.
The forensics remeains reletively scientific insofar as I can tell.The first episode has magic holograms that can perfectly re-enact a fight from a SKELETON!
The forensics remeains reletively scientific insofar as I can tell.my fiance the master in forensic science can't watch the show without shouting at the screen at almost every crime show including bones.
Every time they run a two-day DNA test in a procedural, I want to rip out the science advisor's throat.
Am I wise to be avoiding this show completely or am I missing out on something?
A ridiculous number of people have recommended Big Band Theory to me but I've always been extremely skeptical. Am I wise to be avoiding this show completely or am I missing out on something?