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Brennan and Booth investigate the death of a CIA asset...while also bickering about their life insurance policy. (Married life is as boring on TV as it is in real life!) Freddie Prinze Jr. makes his second appearance, though we can probably think of a Scooby Gang member who'd be better at Bones. B
Yes, Juan Pablo has proved to be a shallow, narrow-minded hunk of man meat with a raging Madonna/whore complex. But there's good news! His final two ''ladies'' overwrought hairstylist Clare and nitpicky nurse Nikki are equally awful, so they're both perfect for him. The women will battle for the final rose in St. Lucia, but it could all be in vain: J-Pab's own family is only ''pretty sure'' he's ready to commit. Maybe he'll make his first smart move of the season and pull a Womack.
Wait, who gave The CW my old prom portraits?
Archer heads to Colombia on assignment but ends up getting drunk instead. He'll make a fine What to Watch writer one day.
Directed by Gravity helmer Alfonso Cuarón (who also co-created the show), the supernatural show's pilot centers on a 10-year-old girl with mysterious powers she has trouble controlling. If it's not already obvious: Yes, this is a J.J. Abrams production