You got it right. I am taking another detour. This is no way near Asia but since this is the only blog I have, I cannot help but say something about my ‘other’ favorite pair. I miss them so much.
Thank God! Season 3 just started. I am so giddy just by watching the clips of the first episode of the new season of BONES which stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz. If you are not so into american TV series then let me just give you a background info about them and how I fell in love with their story. Who knows you might enjoy them as well, especially if you can’t find any asian drama worth watching. This can be your ‘waiting for next the one’ phase habit.
Meet the Temperance and Seeley…
Dr. Temperance Brennan. Brilliant, but narrow-focused on her work to the point of seeming to lack any social skills. She can appear to be cold and unable to empathize with people. As the show progresses, the inner emotions and the human past of Dr. Brennan are slowly revealed. She is called Bones by Booth because she is a forensic anthropologist that can easily solved crimes by just looking on the victim’s bones.
She chose her field of research in order to find out what happened to her parents, who vanished without a trace when she was in her teens – leading to an unpleasant time in the foster care system before being rescued by her grandfather. It has been revealed that she has one living brother, Russ.
Apparently, she has always been brilliant but she appears to have an amazing lack of understanding of modern pop culture. A running gag through the series is when someone makes an obvious pop culture reference and she blankly states “I don’t know what that means.” Her on-screen chemistry with her “partner” Agent Seeley Booth is uncertain and confusing at times, leaving the viewer perplexed, but never bored. (Source:Wiki)
Agent Seeley Booth. A former Army sniper with the Rangers who is currently an agent with the FBI. He frequently consults with Dr. Brennan and her team, acting as a liaison between the FBI and the Jeffersonian institute. When it comes to solving crime, Booth has a very different approach than Dr. Brennan and her team, preferring a more human, interpersonal and intuitive set of methods.
While Booth tries to keep personal and professional life strictly separate, aspects of his personal life leak through. He is a religious man by nature and a practicing Catholic, seeking through the FBI to atone for the lives he took as a sniper by placing other killers behind bars. He also has a four-year old son named Parker, from a previous relationship.
There is a somewhat confused (and confusing) chemistry between Booth and Brennan. Good colleagues who can respect — if not always understand — each other, there is at least the beginning of a romantic tension within their relationship. (Source: Wiki)
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