'Bones' video: Booth and Brennan's wedding in 'The Woman in White'Add to Favorites | Bones
Tonight's the night: Booth and Brennan's wedding is happening on "Bones." What will happen at this spectacular event? Videos from "The Woman in White" give us a clue. Check them out for a preview and some "Bones" spoilers.
First up, there's a behind-the-scenes look at the "Bones" wedding rehearsal. The video focuses on guest star David Hornsby, who plays Father Daniel Harrow, the priest set to marry Brennan ( Emily Deschanel) and Booth ( David Boreanaz).
The joke in all of this is that Hornsby is married -- in real-life -- to Deschanel. He is quite amusing about it. "In this episode of 'Bones,' I'm playing a husband who's acting with his wife and watching her kiss another man. I'm playing the most emasculated male character on television," Hornsby explains, adding: "I'm a proud husband, marrying off his wife."
There's also a great line in the episode from Brennan -- captured in this video as well -- in which she tells Booth, "It's not like he's going to be jealous!"
All of this is nicely meta.
Want to see the main part of the scene in its final version?
Of course no one turned off their cell phones.
The rest of the Jeffersonian team isn't confident that the wedding is actually going to happen.
It's not a good sign when your friends bet against you making it to the altar.
Nor is it excellent when the father of the bride comes to town with a bit of a surprise ...
Is Booth going to have to arrest Max ( Ryan O'Neal) right before the wedding?
Not even a murder (and Brennan's obsession with working a case) can stop a blessed event!
Question: Is Brennan in curlers and flip flops the best thing ever or the BEST THING EVER!!!?
Despite all of the murder and trouble and worry, the wedding does indeed happen before "The Woman in White" ends.
There is, by the way, a reason for the funky costumes worn by Hodgins and the Squinterns.
At least we have proof that Booth and Brennan make it to the altar.
Even if everyone on the show bets against it.
The "Bones" wedding will hit television Monday, Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. on FOX.