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ⓘ Bone (disambiguation)




                                               

Bones (season 1)

The first season of the American television series Bones premiered on September 13, 2005, and concluded on May 17, 2006, on Fox. The show aired on Tuesdays at 8:00 pm ET before moving to Wednesdays at 8:00 pm ET in 2006. The season consisted of 22 episodes and averaged 8.9 million viewers.

                                               

Bones (season 12)

The twelfth and final season of the American television series Bones premiered on January 3, 2017, on Fox and concluded on March 28, 2017. The final season consists of 12 episodes and aired Tuesdays at 9:00 pm ET.

                                               

Bones (season 2)

The second season of the American television series Bones premiered on August 30, 2006, and concluded on May 16, 2007, on Fox. The show aired on Wednesdays at 8:00 pm ET for the entire season and consisted of 21 episodes. The season averaged 9.4 million viewers.

                                               

Bones (season 3)

The third season of the American television series Bones premiered on September 25, 2007, and concluded on May 19, 2008, on Fox. The show moved back to its original time slot, airing on Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET before moving to Mondays at 8:00 p.m. ET in 2008. Although a full slate of 20 episodes were produced, the 2007–08 Writers Guild of America strike interfered with the writing of Season 4, and the network rearranged the broadcast schedule to compensate. One episode from the second production season, "Player Under Pressure", was moved to the third broadcast season, and six episodes fro ...

                                               

Pilot (Bones)

Pilot is the first episode of the television series Bones, which premiered on the FOX network on September 13, 2005. It is written by series creator Hart Hanson and directed by Greg Yaitanes. It introduces the two main characters of the series, Dr. Temperance Brennan and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth, and their partnership in solving cases involving unidentified human remains.

                                               

A Boy in a Tree

A Boy in a Tree is the third episode of the first season of the television series, Bones. Originally aired on September 27, 2005 on Fox network, the episode is written by Hart Hanson and directed by Patrick Norris. The plot features FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth and Dr. Temperance Brennans investigation of a teenage boys remains found inside an exclusive private school.

                                               

List of Bones characters

The following characters have been featured in the opening credits of the program. Portrayed by Jonathan Adams Dr. Daniel Goodman season 1 is the director of the Jeffersonian Institute who is an archaeologist and his expertise in religious and other artifacts sometimes came in handy during a case. He is a loving husband and the father to a pair of five-year-old twin girls. His way of working leads Hodgins to think of him as subjective, long-winded, and lacking the qualities of a pure scientist, however, the antagonism between the two develops into a friendly rivalry as the season progresse ...

                                               

The Man in the S.U.V.

The Man in the S.U.V. is the second episode of the first season of the television series, Bones. Originally aired on September 20, 2005 on FOX network, the episode is written by Stephen Nathan and directed by Allan Kroeker. The plot features the investigation of Dr. Temperance Brennan and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth into a man whose S.U.V. exploded, killing him and several other civilians, and highlights issues about terrorism.

                                     

ⓘ Bone (disambiguation)

  • Bone Regency, a regency of Indonesia
  • Bone departement, a short-lived French department in Algeria
  • Bone state, an Indonesian state existing between 1350 and 1960
  • Bone, Idaho, unincorporated community
  • Annaba, a city in Algeria, formerly known as Bone
                                     

1. Arts, entertainment, and media

Fictional characters

  • Bone, a cat from the Warriors novel series
  • Mr. Bone, pseudonym of Dr. David Huxley in Bringing Up Baby 1938

Films

  • Bone 1972 film, directed by Larry Cohen
  • Bone 2005 film, a 2005 documentary directed by Mila Aung-Thwin

Literature

  • Bones, a novel by Zimbwabean author Chenjerai Hove
  • Bone comics, a comic book series by Jeff Smith
  • Bone, a novel by Fae Myenne Ng

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media

  • BONE, a journal published by the International Bone and Mineral Society
                                     

1.1. Arts, entertainment, and media Films

  • Bone 1972 film, directed by Larry Cohen
  • Bone 2005 film, a 2005 documentary directed by Mila Aung-Thwin
                                     

1.2. Arts, entertainment, and media Games

  • Bone: Out from Boneville, a computer game based on the Bone comic book series
  • Bone: The Great Cow Race, the sequel to Bone: Out from Boneville
  • Dominoes
  • Bone, a slang term for objects used in gaming
  • Dice
                                     

1.3. Arts, entertainment, and media Literature

  • Bones, a novel by Zimbwabean author Chenjerai Hove
  • Bone comics, a comic book series by Jeff Smith
  • Bone, a novel by Fae Myenne Ng
                                     

1.4. Arts, entertainment, and media Music

  • Bone recording, Soviet-era bootleg records, scratched into scavenged sheets of plastic
  • Bone, a band composed of Hugh Hopper, Nick Didkovsky and John Roulat
  • Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, an American rap group from Cleveland, Ohio or the members of the group
  • Trombone, musical instrument, casually referred to as "bone" in slang
                                     

1.5. Arts, entertainment, and media Radio

  • WILT FM, a radio station licensed to Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, United States once known as 103.7 the Bone
  • WNTB, a radio station licensed to Topsail Beach, North Carolina, United States once known as 93.7 the Bone
                                     

1.6. Arts, entertainment, and media Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media

  • BONE, a journal published by the International Bone and Mineral Society
                                     

2. Other uses

  • Bone, a type of dog toy
  • Bone, an element used in skeletal animation
  • Bone, a slang term for the United States dollar
  • Bone corsetry, a rigid vertical rib that gives a corset its shape and rigidity
  • B-1 Lancer bomber, known as bone from "B-one"
  • Bone china, a type of porcelain
                                     
  • Robert Bone was a scholar of African - American literature and a professor of English. Robert Bone may also refer to: Robert Martin Bone born 1933 Canadian
  • The phrase Monkey Bone which literally means a bone of a monkey, may refer to: Monkeybone, a 2001 film starring Brendan Fraser and directed by Henry Selick
  • television series Mutt Stuff Game of Bones: Winter Is Cumming, a pornographic film parody by Lee Roy Myers Bone disambiguation Knucklebones, a.k.a. jacks
  • Wars a Star Wars droid character Jamie Spaniolo born 1975 aka Mr. Bones American rapper Mr Bones a minstrel show character Bones disambiguation
  • Skin and Bones may refer to the following: Skin Bones Hardy Boys novel a 2000 Hardy Boys book Skin and Bones Flashy Python album the 2009 debut
  • Broken Bones may refer to: Bone fracture Broken Bones band an English hardcore punk band Broken Bones album an album by Dokken The Broken Bones a 2000
  • Automation Talus bone an ankle bone Tallis disambiguation Tallus, a communications device in the Marvel Universe Talos disambiguation All pages with
  • starring Fess Parker Denver Boone, or Boone the Pioneer, mascot of the University of Denver from 1968 1998 Boon disambiguation Bone disambiguation
  • Bones is a nickname of: Clarence Adams boxer born 1974 American retired boxer and former World Boxing Association super bantamweight world champion
  • Bones may refer to: The Vision of the Valley of Dry Bones in the Book of Ezekiel Dem Bones a traditional song based on Ezekiel 37: 14 Dry Bones
  • the Zombies Boneyards a metalcore song by Parkway Drive from Horizons Bone Yard a song by Vermillion Lies The Boneyard Disney s Animal Kingdom

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