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Season 3 of *Bones* has the best structural integration of episode plots of any season thus far, but it mismanages several of its characters in the course of the season as well. The Hodgins/Angela romance unnecessarily loses much of its charm and all of its urgency, although the first episode of Season 4 (which is included along with two other Season 4 episodes on the bonus disc of Season 3) re-establishes the chemistry between the two albeit with great consequences. However, the biggest disappointment was the final episode, which concludes the Gormogon story arc sufficiently from a plot perspective but unsatisfactorily from an emotional one. No character's behavior is egregiously, well, out of character, but the effect is inconsistent. Nevertheless, *Bones* still has exceptional writing for its genre, and the loaded banter between Booth and Brennan never disappoints. Consider Season 3's flaws mere hiccups in an otherwise still excellent show. (The bonus disc bears this out.)
Starts the season with a bang. Emily Deschanel is an usual lead with a more believeable personality that most tv shows. Not too crazy about the romance of Emily and David Boreanaz. Rather still stricktly to the story at hand. A good series none the less...