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Bones - Series 3 - Complete DVD


Bones is back with Season 3! Forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperence Brennan who works at the Jeffersonian Institution and writes novels as a sideline has an uncanny ability to read clues left behind in a victim's bones. Consequently law enforcement calls her in to assist with murder investigations when the remains are so badly decomposed burned or destroyed that the standard identification methods are useless. Brennan often finds herself teamed with Special Agent Seely Booth (Boreanaz) a former Army sniper who mistrusts science and scientists when it comes to solving crimes...

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All 15 episodes from the third season of the US forensic investigation drama Dr Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is a highly-skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute and writes novels as a sideline Ambitious FBI agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) of the FBI&39;s Homicide Investigations Unit enlists her to assist the bureau with murder investigations when the standard methods of identifying a body are useless especially when the remains are badly decomposed burned or destroyed beyond recognition Episodes comprise &39;The Widow&39;s Son in the Windshield&39; &39;Soccer Mom in the Mini-Van&39; &39;Death in the Saddle&39; &39;The Secret in the Soil&39; &39;Mummy in the Maze&39; &39;Intern in the Incinerator&39; &39;Boy in the Time Capsule&39; &39;The Knight On the Grid&39; &39;The Santa in the Slush&39; &39;The Man in the Mud&39; &39;Player Under Pressure&39; &39;The Baby in the Bough&39; &39;The Verdict in the Story&39; &39;The Wannabe in the Weeds&39; and &39;The Pain in the Heart&39;

All 15 episodes from the third season of the US forensic investigation drama. Dr Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is a highly-skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute and writes novels as a sideline. Ambitious FBI agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz), of the FBI's Homicide Investigations Unit, enlists her to assist the bureau with murder investigations when the standard methods of identifying a body are useless, especially when the remains are badly decomposed, burned or destroyed beyond recognition. Episodes comprise: 'The Widow's Son in the Windshield', 'Soccer Mom in the Mini-Van', 'Death in the Saddle', 'The Secret in the Soil', 'Mummy in the Maze', 'Intern in the Incinerator', 'Boy in the Time Capsule', 'The Knight On the Grid', 'The Santa in the Slush', 'The Man in the Mud', 'Player Under Pressure', 'The Baby in the Bough', 'The Verdict in the Story', 'The Wannabe in the Weeds' and 'The Pain in the Heart'.

  • Average Rating for Bones - Series 3 - Complete - 4 out of 5

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  • Bones - Series 3 - Complete
    Susannah Deuk

    Bones series three, if you've seen the other series then this continues along the same vein. With David Boreanaz playing Booth a tough yet tender F.B.I. agent with a military past who just wants to stop the bad guys, teamed up with Dr. Temperance Brennan known as Bones played by Emily Deschanel who is an forensic anthropologist who in series one just wanted to be left out of the murders but now appears to enjoying playing the sidekick to Booth. There is also a sidekick team to Bones who with their own personal lives and relationships are there just to add some interest.
    Basically they've teamed up to solve murders together by looking at the bones of the deceased and then working together with the evidence to discover the truth, which invariably they always do,whilst along the way Bones tries to educate Booth and Booth tries to make Bones 'more human'. Yawn I hear you say, it's all been done before, good cop teams up with pretty side kick to save the day. Well it's a bit more than that let me say, it's funny, sad, humerous and each episode is a mini story in itself but still manages to move the main story lines along at a good pace. The yuck factor is always apparent and it amazes me how much Bones can actually glean from looking at, well, Bones - especially as it's based on a real life anthropologist and therefore what she does is based in reality. Bones in the series is so highly intelligent that real life seems to pass by her understanding which makes for some great comedic moments, particularly withher interaction with the new psychologist who appears in this series, and who she doesn't rate particularly highly - seen as he looks about 12 and it's all head 'stuff'. Booth and Bones relationship continues to be settled at a simmering attraction but always held at bay as they don't feel able to give into their passions despite the desperation for them to do so by colleagues and audience alike, and in 'the baby in the bough' when Bones discovers what it is like to care for an "infant" it almost feels as if they have become a family unit and what might be...
    The usual gross factors are there - don't watch this whilst eating unless you have a strong stomach - particularly 'boy in the time capsule', wathcing them pulling gooey body parts out of a big tin can just doesn't make dinner go down well but hey they do try to make it realistic.
    The supposed shocking ending to the show about who it was going to be although was partially unexpected wasn't completely unexpected which was a real shame, however the biggest disappointment was the manner in which the ending felt so rushed mostly due to the writers strike in America which was happening at the time and therefore they fitted it in as quick as possible and just didn't somehow seem to finish right. Although it was good to have the continuing theme running through and popping up in episodes every so often, I personally will really miss .... (don't want to spoil it for you) and the character they portrayed - although it will allow the introduction of some variety into the show in the future. The other problem which came out of the writers strike was that although this set costs as much as the other dvd sets but with half the episodes (3 actually come from season 4 to try and bulk it out!) which is why it gets knocked down to four stars.
    In summary though if you like murder mysteries definately get this, and all the other seasons as well if you can as it is worth watching over and over again. Enjoy!

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