Okay, here I go... Being an avid B+B lover... You know what this post will be mainly about.
Lets start at the beginning.
I loved Hodgins' Hair, though it did seem smaller than I'd thought, given the interviews, and all. I did miss the anger management band, so it was nice to see it. I also love how he nearly attacks Angela. Haha.
When I saw Zack, there was a little Fangirl *squee*. Not going to lie to you.
I miss Zack so much D:
As for Cam and Caroline, it was nice to see them, too, though I've never been a fan of Caroline
Hrm. Sweets and his book. I've always been in love with the idea that he's also writing a book, and that they're the central focus. Though, as aforementioned, you'd think he'd have done some serious research as to what the origins of their partnership were.
Some of you can speak from personal experience at my disdain of Daisy, so it was LOVELY to see Sweets without her in this Epi.
And that he was in his element. He wasn't in the lab, he was in his office, analyzing.
On to what I'd been waiting for ever since I had heard about the 100th epi.
I loved the immediate chemistry, and Bones' "reaction to the breadth of his shoulders and his prominent jaw." The sexual tension between them was yummy.
The slap. Oh, my. That just brings me back to Audrey Hepburn, and movies of the like, with the romantic slap. Though it wasn't romantic. HA. It was... Interesting. And knowing (well, hearing) how kind of a man David is, and how quirky he is, I can imagine he actually let her slap him. If not, good on you, CGers.
Of course, I was expecting the letdown at the Bar. But NOT the tear-jerking, heart-stomping letdown of a lifetime at the end.
I know not everyone is as enthusiastic about the B+B pairing as I am, but you have to admit it's very ... upsetting.
What Brennan said at the end, "I am not a gambler; I'm a scientist. I can't change. I don't know how
," killed me.
And poor Seely. I don't know. I could go on for ages.
I've rambled on long enough.
All in all, I LOVED the Epi.
Sorry for the excessive use of smilies.