Missing your weekly dose of Bones? The Fox show will air new episodes starting November 5. In the meantime, Hypable has your look at the upcoming dance episode and an awesome guest star.
Our first look at the Bones dancing competition episode as reported by TV Guide looks to be a good one. Apparently Booth (David Boreanaz) worked in college as a dancing instructor for the older crowd. He’ll put his dancing skills to the test when he and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) go undercover on Dance to the Top.
Fans will be happy to know that Booth and Brennan will once again pose as Buck and Wanda Moosejaw, although this time in the universe of Bones they’re actually together.
Mary Murphy and Tyce Diorio from So You Think You Can Dance will play judges while Murphy will pull out her infamous Hot Tamale Train line. Diorio warns fans to not expect a winning performance from the Bones pair as they chase a suspect on the dance floor which is mistaken for “an avant-garde performance.”
As TV Line previously reported, Chuck alum Vik Sahay will join the Fox series for an upcoming guest role. Sahay was fan favorite Lester on the NBC series Chuck which ended last year. On Bones, he will play Akshay Mirza, the environmentally friendly funeral home manager who becomes a prime suspect when his business partner and former romantic lover is murdered.
Sahay will be seen in two upcoming movies My Awkward Sexual Adventure and Wer. For those in Canada, he is filming a series regular role in the CTV pilot Satisfaction.
Are you excited to see Sahay in another role? Are you still holding out for a Chuck movie or reunion? Are you excited for the dancing episode of Bones?
Bones returns Monday November 5at 8 pm EST on Fox.
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