Tales from the Writers’ Room: Part Two

So, we are getting ready to shoot my second “Bones” episode. As I mentioned before, seeing something I’ve written turn into an actual thing is one of my favorite parts of the process, even when it’s only trash.

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Prop trash: better than regular trash.

If this weren’t exciting enough, the props department brought in a food stylist to lead a “show-and-tell” of all the food we’ll use in this episode. I didn’t actually taste any of it, but Ian, our props guy did.

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Spoiler alert: this pizza burger is not the murderer.

Spoiler alert: this pizza burger is not the murderer.

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Ian digs in to "The Everest" while director Alex Chapple captures the moment for posterity.

Ian digs in to “The Everest” while director Alex Chapple captures the moment for posterity.

I can’t tell you much about this episode, but I will reveal the title here:  The Big Beef in the Royal Diner.  It airs April 2nd.

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12 responses to “Tales from the Writers’ Room: Part Two

  1. CB

    Thanks for sharing. You’re confusing me a smidge. So is this episode 12 then (since Bones doesn’t return till March 26th with episode 10×11)? But that wouldn’t fit with it being the episode that will soon start filming. I thought you guys were close to filming ep 206 aka 10×16.
    Either way, that beef burger pizza? OMG you guys are nuts! Now, I think some people would start to drool with that one! Can’t wait to see all this unfold and eek, the Royal Diner. So fun to have that Bones place get a full fledged feature!

  2. Andrea

    If episode 11 airs on March 26th and your episode is #16 & airs a week later, will they be showing 2 new episodes a week?

  3. bones fans need to be recharged its been a long recess

  4. Karen

    10.11 is 3/26 and 10.16 less than a week later? How is that possible

  5. Karen

    All the promos and information says 10.11 airs 3/26

  6. Karen

    Hillary have you been taking lessons from Hart Hanson on being cryptic? LOL

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