(That was a particularly pertinent and debilitating condition for Bones, and a very well-chosen one for the show.) But never fear: By the end of the hour, she was back to normal and banter-arguing with her husband, Booth.
FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz): Having learned a key post-explosion lesson at the beginning of the finale — he doesn’t always have to be the hero — Booth was given one last heroic moment near the end.
Happily, as the staff packed their boxes and said their goodbyes, renovations were already underway.
Think of it as art hoping to imitate or inspire life, as there's no doubt those renovations would be done in time for a reunion movie, should Fox ever decide it wants one.
In Booth and Brennan, like most couples today, will continue to work, play and catch murderers --- maybe they're unique in this respect --- as their family grows.
As with most new situations that have arisen in 10 years, we feel that this can only enhance the show.
What we learned at the end of the finale was the point of that sabbatical: They’re adopting three children.
FBI Agent James Aubrey (John Boyd): His move to Los Angeles is off, as is his relationship with Jessica.
In season 6, "The Doctor in the Photo", she is shown to wear a dolphin ring.
Last year, the CW dealt with a similar snafu when series lead Jaime King was pregnant, hiding her belly using camera tricks for a couple of episodes and then writing her out of the series for several more in order to avoid a baby story.
In that show's case, King's character, Lemon Breeland is unmarried and didn't have a serious beau, making a baby plotline a little trickier.
In which case, Deschanel could very well be stuck with a fake baby bump for a few episodes of filming (like last time).
Obviously, we don't know if Fox will even renew for an eleventh season, yet, but recent reports indicate the cast would like to renew their contracts if Fox is cool with moving forward with another season.