Was the ‘Bones’ wedding everything you hoped it would be? Drop a comment with your take on Booth & Brennan’s big day!
After 119 hours and 42 minutes of Bones episodes — not that we counted or anything — Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) finally took their long-awaited trip down the aisle on the show’s Oct. 21 episode. Some things went off without a hitch, like the bride and groom both looking equally stunning, while other aspects of the couple’s big day were basically a parade of hitches.
But things worked out for the fan-favorite couple in the end, just as they have for the past nine seasons — and presumably will for however many seasons Fox chooses to bless us with.
Emily Deschanel: ‘Bones’ Nuptials Felt Like A Real Wedding
HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site TVLine caught up with Emily at the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards for her take on Bones‘ epic nuptials, and she sounded just as excited about the big day as the show’s fans:
It’s funny, we were getting ready and [David] walked into the hair and makeup trailer as I was getting my hair done, and I was like, ‘Don’t look at me! Don’t look at me! You’re not supposed to see me, I’m the bride! But then we took two days to shoot the wedding scene, which is insane, because we’ve never even taken one day to shoot one scene before. Three, I think, is the least amount of scenes we’ve shot in one day, so it was insane to shoot something for so long.
It did feel like a real wedding. I’ve had a relationship with these people … and our characters have been … in this kind of relationship for longer than I’ve been with my husband, so it’s kind of like … it felt like a wedding in this weird way. It was a lot of fun.
They wrote their own vows. Booth kind of speaks from the heart and Brennan is more prepared. Maybe, like, years of preparation. … We’re going to Buenos Aires [for our honeymoon.]
So, HollywoodLifers, was the Bones wedding everything you hoped it would be? Drop a comment with your review of the big day below! Plus, where do you think the show can possibly go from here?
— Andy Swift