"We'll play with some tensions that perhaps she's relying on Sebastian a bit too much. She has this wonderful life with Hodgins and she's very happy, but there is this alternative life of adventure and being an artist and traveling all over the world, and he represents that.
(Wednesdays at 8 pm/ET), another romance has been brewing in the background between squints Angela and Hodgins. This is the kind of script that you get as an actor where after reading it, you stand up and do a little jig. TVGuide.com: Were you surprised that this season we're getting more personal info about the "squints"?
The second episode of the two-hour finale opened with an explosion that sent Aubrey (John Boyd) to the hospital with some pretty scary injuries, which he sustained by shielding Hodgins (TJ Thyne) from the blast.
However, the episode ended with a devastating twist: While Aubrey eventually left the hospital and seemed to be OK, Hodgins' bumps and bruises turned out to be much more severe after some delayed swelling around his spinal cord leaves Hodgins paralyzed.
Had you suspected that they would have a connection? If you go back and watch Season 1 of Bones, which just came out on DVD, you can see the progression of Jack and Angela going from being just coworkers to suddenly noticing each other and flirting. And then, of course, get back in time for work on Monday. TVGuide.com: Do you think an office romance can actually work? Thyne: We were shooting a scene just two days ago for an upcoming episode. It is a very real workplace relationship, being at work with somebody, getting to know them, respecting them and having the relationship grow from there. and I, as actors, see the world very similarly on set and off. I think that any relationship at work is always difficult, but the nice thing about Hart and the writers is that they are making that known.
Eric Millegan (Zack) turned to Michaela and I and said, “I can’t imagine Jack and Angela being together now. TVGuide.com: Will Hodgins make any more crazy-expensive perfume purchases? TVGuide.com: When did you suspect that there could be chemistry between Angela and Hodgins? He's sort of my acting partner, and if I need help with something, he helps me, and vice versa. It is interesting that a lot of the scenes that they've been writing on the show have been where I help him in situations, or he helps me. [Executive producer] Hart [Hanson] said that when they were in the editing room, they would cut to [Hodgins] and then cut to [Angela] and say, "Wow, maybe we should start putting these two together in scenes and see what happens." TVGuide.com: Do you think an office romance can actually work out for them? It is not going to be just the one-sided, "We're in love and everything is great" sort of relationship.
"Angela's going to need a shoulder to lean on," Peterson says. I sadly fall more in the camp of the rest of the team.Though he has the term slightly off, it's clear Jack is dead right.His brother Tone is a television producer; the other is attorney John Thyne III, who ran for the Santa Barbara City Council in 2009.may have blown up one of the show's key relationships.
"Angela's going to need a shoulder to lean on," Peterson says.
I sadly fall more in the camp of the rest of the team.
Though he has the term slightly off, it's clear Jack is dead right.
His brother Tone is a television producer; the other is attorney John Thyne III, who ran for the Santa Barbara City Council in 2009.
may have blown up one of the show's key relationships.
Recently, their relationship has finally gone full-steam ahead, so asked their portrayers, T. Thyne and Michaela Conlin, for their separate takes on this new development. Thyne: Jack is crazy wealthy, so I think there should be a date where after work some Friday night, he walks Angela to the roof of the lab, where his helicopter is waiting, and flies her to drinks and appetizers on the beaches of St. In my mind, it is absolutely, unquestionably worth the attempt to just... TVGuide.com: Angela and Hodgins seem to still be in the flirting stage, though she ask to stay over in a recent episode. Thyne: Talking about office romances, I think we need to see Jack and Angela, in the middle of a work day, close her office door, push everything off her desk and just go at it. Who needs a lunch break at work when you can have a sex break? I literally wake up in the morning and think, “I get to spend the day acting with five of my best friends.” How cool is that?! To have the opportunity to act the life-and-death circumstances of real-life trauma... Conlin: It has been really interesting to have a relationship develop in a very real way. Even though she is a squint at heart, she didn't want to be seen with Hodgins or Zack outside the lab at all. I think you learn a lot about the characters when you see them away from the lab. This team is so good at solving these crimes, but we're sort of messy in the love department.