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Bones: Season 4 [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
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  • Region: Region A/1
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  • Number of discs: 5
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
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I just bought season 4 of Bones and saw that it is missing the first 4 episodes (Yanks in the UK pt. 1 & 2, The Man in the Outhouse, The Finger in the Nest). They are included as extra episodes in season 3 but should have also been included in this season.
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I just love Bones, more specifically Temperance Brennan, the main character, what can I say...
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1343030) out of 5 stars 455 reviews
70 of 73 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa13801bc) out of 5 stars Outstanding Series and season May 26 2009
By N. Walter - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Most TV shows start to go downhill by the fourth season either through too many character replacements or repetitiveness of the episodes. Not Bones, out of the entire series I can count the number of episodes I don't like on one hand.

This is a great alternative to many of the main stream talked about crime TV series out there. This packs in realism, comedy, action, adventure, mystery, and psuedo-science all into one show with a cast that couldn't be more beautiful or enjoyable to watch week after week.

If you haven't seen any of these just buy season 1,2, & 3 you certainly won't be disappointed and it'll give you something to do while you wait for the DVD release of season 4. Also of note is that if you haven't seen season 1,2 or 3 you may be a little lost watching season 4 alone. The writers have done an excellent job maintaing continuity of the story line accross all the seasons so there will be many jokes, comments, and sub-plots that you simply won't understand without the past seasons.
44 of 47 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1380210) out of 5 stars Best series on TV! June 5 2009
By ElroyB. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This series is just in a simple word: fabulous! It has everything you could ask for. There's interesting crimes, delightful humor, a fascinating and fantastic supporting cast and of course the two gorgeous leads that have some of the best male/female chemistry to ever grace the small screen. They simply force the viewer to enjoy them as they weave their way toward a personal and loving relationship via their crime-solving opportunities. If ever there were two people made for each other, it is Booth and Brennan.

Season 4 brings perhaps the quirkiest and most light-hearted year of the series yet as it begins across the pond with the fabulous duo in Britain while back at the lab the incomparable Zack is replaced by a host of fun and zany lab assistants. Season 4 introduces us to Booth's brother who shows up to throw a wrench into his personal life and eventually help him grow even closer to his maddeningly logical genius of a partner. Brennan's dad and Booth's son make appearances and the Gravedigger from Season 2 also makes a return appearance. The season's final six episodes are just mind-blowingly excellent as we see Booth and Brennan grow ever closer and even consider having a baby together!

Buying such a well-written, fun, zany and superbly acted series on DVD is a no brainer. Get your own copy because you are not borrowing mine!

L.C.
Huntsville, AL
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1380648) out of 5 stars All episodes here Oct. 25 2009
By Cliff Adams - Published on Amazon.com
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The Blu-ray version of season four of Bones contains all episodes of the season. The DVD version is missing the first four episodes (they are at the end of the third season set as bonus episodes). If you have both DVD sets available, then you have all of both seasons. The Blu-ray set is easier for the viewer to watch all episodes of the fourth season.
46 of 55 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1380630) out of 5 stars Bones series April 5 2009
By Carolyne Van Zwam - Published on Amazon.com
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I think that it is the best series ever produced. Absolutely brilliant, unpredictable sometimes, but I was very upset that Zack is not in the series anymore. The series has good humour, great stories; makes you laugh, shudder. I have been watching this with my children who are now 19, and they love it too. We always watch more than one DVD at the same time, and cannot wait for season 4 to be out in DVDs. The actors are good and work well together on screen.
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HASH(0xa1380af8) out of 5 stars always digging BONES... Oct. 18 2009
By H. Bala - Published on Amazon.com
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It's that vaunted chemistry and the rich emotional content, and it's those terrific touches of humor. In "The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond" there's a great throwaway moment brought about by a publisher's crediting part of Temperance Brennan's success as a mystery author to her looks. Brennan decides to quit writing, and here's Booth talking fast to change her mind:

- Brennan: "I don't want to be a sexy scientist!"
- Booth: "Well, that's like me saying I don't want to be a sexy FBI Agent. We can't change who we are!" And then Booth starts quoting a published review of one of her mysteries. One of those perfect throwaway moments.

World-renowned forensic anthropologist Temperance "Bones" Brennan is as brusque and tactless as ever, as confounded by the subtleties of social decorum as ever (or as Sweets exclaims: "She is wicked literal!"). Bones is still very much that intimidating icy intellect, still a wounded soul, and still solving murders. FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth is still the one with the people skills and that well-developed bump of intuition. More onions are peeled in this season as we learn even more about the underpinnings of our core characters. The absolute big draw of this show is that sizzle between David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, their fabulous interplay tantalizing and frustrating the viewers. Could this be the season that they get together? Well, kind of, sort of. Taking what the show is giving, I wallow in their ever evolving relationship.

Staying on the personal, Hodgins and Angela are trying to move past their break-up. "The Skull in the Sculpture" demonstrates that Angela is more ready to move on than Hodgins, and if you thought Angela was a free spirit before, well, now... This episode also has Sweets demonstrating the best way ever to fire someone. Young FBI psychologist Lance Sweets, by the way, becomes a regular cast member in this season, and I like him more and more as each episode progresses, even if Booth and Bones continually treat him like a pesky little brother. Even Dr. Saroyan's past is delved into.

Zack Addy, apprentice to the Gormagon Killer, has been institutionalized, which doesn't keep him from strolling out to help the squints on a baffling case. Still, this gives rise to a running theme, that of the rotating roster of interns as Saroyan and Bones attempt to fill Zack's spot, and the fun thing is that each of these interns comes with baggage. There's the morbid one, the excessively chirpy one, the one constantly dispensing trivia, etc. The most martyred one may well be that repressed intern who insists on keeping things professional at all times - except that, the squints being a tight bunch, he keeps getting exposed to a deluge of innuendo and gossip in the workplace.

***Possible plot SPOILERS begin***

There isn't really a running mystery arc to tie these episodes together - no one like the Gormagon Killer running around, for example. But that doesn't mean that the cases aren't gripping; some of them are really interesting. The season opens with "Yanks in the U.K." (or, as I like to call it, "Booth Vs. England"), which plants Brennan and Booth in jolly old England, investigating a murder and running into a British version of themselves. In "The Passenger in the Oven" Bones and Booth are on a flight bound to China and have only four hours to solve a murder before the plane lands and Booth loses jurisdiction. "Double Trouble in the Panhandle" has Booth and Bones infiltrating the Big Top as "Buck & Wanda and their Knives of Death," and their circus act is actually fraught with more suspense than in just about any other scene in this season.

Some other favorites? In "The Double Death of the Dearly Departed," Bones and Booth steal a corpse due for cremation from a funeral home, Bones believing that the body had been "translated," which is Booth's made-up code for murder. "Mayhem on a Cross" unveils some dark stuff about Sweets' past, this episode also featuring the return of the awesome Stephen Fry as FBI shrink Gordon Gordon Wyatt. It also had me cracking up whenever Bones insisted on correctly pronouncing "skalle" (the Norwegian word for "skull"). "The Hero in the Hold" features the return of the Grave Digger serial killer. "The Princess and the Pear" plonks Bones and Booth's temp replacement in the world of comic book conventions, and Bones finally gets another chance to flash her martial arts mojo.

In "The Critic in the Cabernet" Bones drops a bomb on Booth and Booth gets advice from a cartoon character, a frivolous conceit which goes on to have a terrifying payoff. Finally Season 4 closes with a quirky fantasy episode featuring a re-shuffling of roles. In this reality, Dr. Saroyan and Booth's brother are homicide detectives and Booth and Bones are a married couple who run a nightclub and who end up as suspects in a murder case. It's neat that just about everyone is in this one.

***Possible plot SPOILERS end now***

BONES - SEASON FOUR comes in six discs and includes 22 of the 26 episodes. The bonus features are: extended scenes for three episodes: "The Perfect Pieces in the Purple Pond," "The Doctor in the Den," & "The Girl in the Mask"; 2 deleted scenes (one in "The Skull in the Sculpture," the other in "The Passenger in the Oven," both featuring Angela and Hodgins having a conversation about Roxie); 5 and a half minutes of bloopers ("Skalle!"); "Androgeny: Playing Haru Tanaka" - guest actress Ally Maki delves into her dubiously gendered character ("Dr. Haru Tanaka") in "The Girl in the Mask"; and "Squints in Training" - this segment, which includes cast interviews, goes into this season's cast of recurring lab interns. Again no episode commentaries or cast interviews. Also, note that Season Four's first four episodes ("The Yanks in the UK, Parts 1 & 2," "The Man in the Outhouse," & "The Finger in the Nest") are absent here, having instead been inserted in Bones: The Complete Third Season as that set's featured bonus features.

By the way, in the Grossest Corpse of the Season department, it's a tie between "The Cinderella in the Cardboard" and "The Science in the Physicist." Icky!

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