In the variant of the scene that aired, Rory’s portrayal of the show is brief, however, the content lets her spout over it. “Well, More Bones is the perfect combination of procedure and banter,” she clarifies.
“It’s about Booth and Bones’ cyborg daughter Borgie, who also works with the FBI. Solving murders with her totally hot partner Agent Andro, who’s like this android who doesn’t even have any bones. You’d be surprised how many bones jokes one show can get away with.”
Featuring David Boreanaz as FBI Agent Seeley Booth and Emily Deschanel as measurable anthropologist Temperance Brennan, Bones was a dramedy with certain components in like manner with Lucifer, yet with no otherworldly part, making the possibility of cyborg and android characters in its spin-off rather sudden.
The remainder of Rory’s exchange appeared to gesture to the fan culture that famous shows create “The sexual tension between the two is off the charts. Shippers go NUTS. Sometimes the fan reaction is even more entertaining than the show. I eat it up.”
Hart Hanson, the maker of Bones, get an opportunity to take a gander at the content page and reacted in geniality. “I put stock in all things Lucifer,” he stated.
“I believe they are amazing writers. But if More Bones from the future can come up with even ONE more bone joke or pun that we missed in 12 years, then all of us from the original Bones will provide the slow clap of respect and awe.”
Every one of the six seasons of Lucifer is streaming now on Netflix. Each of the twelves seasons of Bones can be transferred on Amazon Prime Video, yet up until now, there’s no word on a side project including the characters’ cyborg girl.
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