Tuesday, October 04, 2005

David Boreanaz has a new tv show! And I'm watching it right now! It's called Bones, and it's so weird to see him walking around in sunlight! And smiling! And joking! And relating well with people. He's an FBI agent (formerly a sniper!), and sort of the second-main character. It's another of those forensic shows that I love. Fortunately, my tv show provider likes them too...this is a surprise present from him on a tape that I thought would only have Battlestar Gallactica and Stargate SG-1 on it. I popped the tape in and thought, "What the devil is this?" and started forwarding through it, when suddenly, there was David! Angels sang, butterflies entered my stomach in usual formation, and I screeched with glee.
I didn't even know David B. had a new show! How cool for him! He's already worn a long dark coat once in the first 8 minutes, so I'm thinking they know how to dress him best. Also I adore his hair, it's more of a reversion to season 3 of Angel before some idiot thought he would look good with longer and curlier hair instead of delightfully short and spikey. But it doesn't go straight up completely here, sort of swooshes back a bit. And his eyes are still his eyes. The Eyes. Mmmmmmmm. And The Shoulders. Mmmmmmmmmmm.

It's based on a real person's life (not his, this forensic chick with a nose that tips up like mine).

He's got a kind of similar mission going on as he did as Angel: "Being a sniper, I took a lot of lives. What I'd like to do before I'm done, is try and catch at least that many murderers."

Oooh, speaking of Buffy alumni, Nicholas Brendan (Xander) has a new show too this fall, called Kitchen Confidential (also on Fox), but I haven't seen it. My tv show provider isn't into cooking, I guess...

5 comments:

  1. I didn't know he was in a new show! (hmm... just typo'd that as shoe. Yes, he's in a new shoe, folks.) I may have to see if I can get my friend to tivo an ep just to check it out. And Xander too? Nice...

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  2. Yeah, it's a pretty good show too. Some fun popculture-based humor, nice vibes between the two leads. Not as gross and messy as the CSI: shows can get, either. Can't wait to see another ep!

    My friend ED saw Xander's new show, and says he's not in it much tho :-(

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  3. And of course, James Marsters is supposed to be guesting on WB's "Smallville"...as the villain Brainiac. I just hope they didn't shave his head for it! What a waste of beautiful platinum hair that would be...

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  4. oooh! James Marsters... now you're talking. I didn't even know Smallville was still running. Course I've never watched an ep either, so how should I know that?

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  5. I've never watched "Smallville" either...but I'm really tempted to ask my inlaws to tape the James eps! Swoon

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