Tuesday, September 18, 2007

TwoCents Fall Preview - Tuesdays (FOX)

Two shows make our list on Tuesdays on...


Show: Bones
Premiere Date: September 25th
Time: 8:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Returning Drama Rank: 16 of 25
TwoCents Staff Writer: TBD
Starring: Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, TJ Thyne, Michaela Conlin, Eric Millegan, Tamara Taylor
Premiere Description: A group of teenagers are driving on the freeway when a skull smashes through their windshield. At the Jeffersonian lab, Brennan tests out a young forensic anthropologist to replace Zack, who has left for Iraq, and she and Cam examine the skull in question. They find it has marks made by human teeth, suggesting cannibalism. The team identifies the victim, a known violin protégé who disappeared after a concert. On a quest to find out what happened to him, Brennan and Booth go into the field. A trail of suspects leads them to a strange cannibalistic society, and the team must string together a gruesome and cryptic series of crimes – provided that Brennan and Booth can survive the newfound tension between them. Meanwhile, Cam suggests that Angela hire a private investigator to track down her ex-husband so she can annul her previous marriage and marry Hodgins, a task easier said than done in “The Widow’s Son in the Windshield” episode of BONES.

Show: House
Premiere Date: September 25th
Time: 9:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Returning Drama Rank: 7 of 25
TwoCents Staff Writer: Andy B
Starring: Hugh Laurie, Lisa Edelstein, Omar Epps, Robert Sean Leonard, Jennifer Morrison, Jesse Spencer
Premiere Description: When an office building collapses, House has to work fast to diagnose a young woman, Megan, who survived the disaster. Due to her injuries, Megan’s only form of communication is blinking. House, without a team since Foreman and Cameron quit and he fired Chase, talks through his ideas with a janitor at the hospital. As Megan’s condition worsens, Cuddy puts pressure on House to hire a new team, but House defiantly ignores her, and Wilson resorts to desperate measures and hits House where he knows it will hurt. As House persists in diagnosing Megan by himself, he realizes that the case is not what it appears, and that solitude may not be the answer in the “Alone” episode of HOUSE.

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