Ever since “Ho Hey” found its way to the Jeffersonian, The Lumineers have been Bones to me. I can’t get enough of either one of them–which is great, because so many of The Lumineers’ songs would feel right at home on B&B’s mix tape. (more…)
Brennan’s life is exhausting. I get tired just thinking about it (and I am NEVER NOT THINKING ABOUT MY BRENNAN, ok?). That’s part of what makes it so difficult for her to share herself with Booth—she’s used to carrying everything alone—but it’s also what makes their relationship so solid. Booth gives her the opportunity to lighten her load, but he lets her let go on her terms. (more…)
Either Ingrid Michaelson gets her inspiration from Bones or she and Temperance Brennan are very similar people. There’s really no other option. Her songs fit B&B’s relationship so intimately that any Booth and Brennan mix tape would be incomplete without them. (more…)
What’s so romantic about the mix tape?
Chandler and Monica would say nothing. Nothing at all. Still, I think there are a lot of high school flirts who’d beg to differ. On last night’s Bones, a 14-year-old boy left his crush a heartfelt mix tape, prompting Brennan to ask Booth why he’d never made one for her. Booth shrugged it off as the kind of sentimental gesture Brennan has never required—so then of course he made one for her anyway. Aww, these two.
So, serious question: what would be on Booth and Brennan’s mix tape? (more…)