Okay, not much to say about this one either. It is a perfectly enjoyable episode and of course it is always nice to see actors like Hal Holbrook and Ed Asner. Ed Asner's Rufus was funny, as was the Barbara character and I loved it when she was beating Rufus with the cane. LOL
The guy that worked in the old folks home, Sam, had an amazing voice! Isaac C. Singleton Jr. I looked him up and someone else thinks so too because he does a lot of voice work. Niiiiiiice.
The whole baby thing coming up just makes me roll my eyes, and it always bothers me when they have male characters balk at having vasectomies, when it is a much safer alternative to a woman having invasive surgery, but TV holds on to that idea that men aren't men if they are "shooting blanks" as Booth put it. Though I did think the line was funny when Booth said he wanted to talk about his "sniper" and Brennan talks about not being sure if she wants to close that door, that she said "We'll be bagging your sniper and I'm staying on the pill."
Hodgins actually imagined how he wants to die and it is by being shoved into a vat of acid and have sugar pored on it to make a black snake firework? Our Hodgins is one creepy dude sometimes! But I still love him. His wheelchair issue so he wasn't at the crime scene. HA. Interesting issue there. BEST MORNING!
Oh and at the beginning in the car, Aubrey's breath and Booths comments were funny. And Aubrey's drink sounded GROSS. Black kale and chia is that what they said? EWWW
Okay I think that is it.
I do like that they've been referencing things through these 3 episodes that happened in early seasons. This time the Norwegian black metal band skalle. Though I'm not sure I'm buying that Brennan knows who Iron Maiden is, I would have believed that she knew about the torture device but not the group.
Next week the season gets cooking a bit. WOO HOO.