BONES: 6 Things to Know About “The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves”
BY Jennifer Griffin
Published 7 years ago
The Jeffersonian gets a new intern in the shape of TV veteran Betty White on this week's episode of Bones.
White guests as the brilliant and perceptive Dr. Beth Mayer, who comes in to assist on a case, but soon shakes things up, both professionally and personally, in the lab.
The episode will see the team investigating the remains of a real estate agent discovered in a forest, while Booth tracks down three murder suspects, each appearing more guilty than the last. Throw Oliver Wells, Brennan's latest book, and a little professional rivalry into the mix and there's a prefect recipe here for drama, fun and a squirt of romance. (Yes, we said squirt.)
We’ve seen the episode a little early, thanks to our friends over at FOX, and have 5 teasers to share with you.
If you’re a regular reader of these types of articles here at ScreenSpy, then you’ll know we do our best to avoid spoiling major developments and plot lines that might otherwise ruin your enjoyment of the episode (we want you to enjoy it as much as we did).
For that reason, we consider the following carefully structured and worded points to be teasers rather than outright spoilers.
However, as always, we urge you to be cautious, as one man’s teaser is another man’s spoiler.
Here then are 6 things you might like to know about Bones’ upcoming “The Carpals in the Coy-Wolves.”
No Hard Feelings?
Betty White’s Dr. Beth Mayer is not the only intern at the Jeffersonian this week. Brian Klugman’s Oliver Wells is back and he’s “even douchier than usual” according to Angela.
However there is a specific reason behind Wells’ dour demeanor this week, and discovering he will be forced to “deal with another gorgeous intelligent woman” in the lab apparently only makes the problem worse.
While Wells hides his problem from Brennan, Cam and Angela, confiding only in Hodgins, it’s Mayer who sees the issue for what it is, and even offers a solution.
Her advice prompts Wells to tell Brennan “Dr. Mayer is a lot more perceptive than you.”