“I’m pretty good with ideas, but I’d have to really work on that one because I think Emily can attest that my vocabulary’s a little limited,” Boreanaz laughs. You have to make up a whole story out of thin air, not to mention all the technical stuff.“I get my words out but sometimes they don’t make sense.” “I always understand what you mean, though, David,” reassures Deschanel. I would be much more inclined to direct before I would try to write an episode.” Catch up with the duo and meet the new “squintern” tonight on Fox at 8.They needed to be together.”Boreanaz and Deschanel agree.“Booth taught her compassion and love for others, that you have to take your time and not blurt things out,” Boreanaz explains.“He taught her how to see people for who they are, not what they are.Deschanel, with Alyson Hannigan, Jaime King, Minka Kelly, and Katharine Mc Phee made a video slumber party featured on Funnyor to promote regular breast cancer screenings for the organization Stand Up 2 Cancer.Deschanel is a vegan and a committed supporter of animal rights causes.
As for what else lies ahead for season nine, David teases: "Cyndi Lauper is going to come and sing at the wedding. We did a great undercover episode we're really excited about. has pulled it off, and now the show has earned the right to go out on its own terms, starting with Tuesday's final-season opener (9 ET/PT).“The Hope in the Horror” also marks the first directorial effort by co-star Emily Deschanel, who plays forensic anthropologist Dr. Luckily, she could draw on the experience of her onscreen partner, David Boreanaz, who has helmed nearly a dozen episodes of the series.He also directed the series finale, and worked out the schedule so that Deschanel could wrap about a day earlier than she anticipated.“I was very emotional, and I didn’t know that would be it,” she recalls. That was a bit of a shock, honestly, and I fell into a puddle of tears.”Deschanel’s directorial debut didn’t make her quite as weepy, but there was still plenty of emotion involved since her episode featured the return of original cast member Eric Millegan, who plays intern-turned-serial-killer's-apprentice-turned-psychiatric patient Zack Addy.“[Bones] does not care for the way she guesses about things and makes assumptions,” says Deschanel.The new intern is “kind of an intuitive person,” which is not the sort of decision-making that Bones generally approves of, but her hunches have a habit of turning out to be right. For now, don’t expect either star to take a journey behind the camera in the direction of the writers’ room.
Additionally, Emily's costar from Bones, David Boreanaz, brought his wife and son to the evening ceremony in LA.