When BONES returns this fall, fans will see Booth — who will be four months into his imprisonment when the premiere opens — in a very, very vulnerable place.
“I would consider him being at a very high level of post-traumatic stress disorder,” BONES star David Boreanaz (Booth) teased.
And while Booth has suffered from PTSD in the past, being locked up during this go-round will add an extra layer of complications. “[He’s] very much unaware of his surroundings,” Boreanaz shared. “And yet very much driven to take care of things in his own way.”
Do you have solid plans for episode 200?
Can you tease it?
SN: No. That one is going to — we’re still figuring out what we want that to be…I think [BONES creator] Hart [Hanson] and I will be writing that one.
Will it involve bringing back familiar faces?
SN: No. It won’t be in any way a flashback at all to the history of the show, to other cases, or anything. It’s going to be…just a totally unique episode, that will be some sort of odd punctuation to the 200 [episodes] we’ve been on.
JC: Probably directed by David Boreanaz (Booth).
SN: Yeah, David, I’m sure, will direct it.