The promo for Bones Season 7, Episode 10: “The Warrior In The Wuss” is 31 jam-packed seconds of nerdy goggles, dead bodies, and dissected worms. If you watched this clip and still feel like you have no idea what's in store next week, fear not. We’ve parsed through every millisecond of promo content and created a detailed analysis of what’s to come!
0:01 – Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Booth (David Boreanaz) Hang By A Canoe
Sure, someone died. But at least they can all chillax on a boat after fondling the remains.
0:03 – The Camera Pans Over A Dead Body While We Try Not To Vomit
Seriously, the Bones set designers are freaking us out.
0:04 – Brennan Announces That The Victim Was Decapitated
Oh, good. For a moment there we were worried this case might be easy!
0:06 – The Camera Pans Over The Dead Body... Again
Because once really just wasn't enough.
0:09 – Booth Falls Down A Small Hill
Negative stud points for that one, Seeley.
0:10 – Booth Lands In A Puddle
Filled with his tears of shame.
0:11 – Brennan Looks Disgusted
Seeing Booth in an undignified state grosses her out, yet dismembered bodies she's ok with?
0:12 – Booth Unearths A Human Head...
And proceeds to have a conversation with it.
0:15 – Hodgins (TJ Thyne) And Angela (Michaela Conlin) Look Confused
Probably just saw the viral video of Booth falling down a small incline.
0:16 – Brennan Sticks Her Finger In Some Kind Of Giant Organ
Sigh, it's times like this that we ask ourselves: What would ZZ Top do?
0:19 – Angela Looks Horrified
Probably remembering her spa day in last week’s episode when she seemed to demand a happy ending from her poor masseuse after Brennen left. What else can “I paid my money, so take me to heaven!” mean?
0:21 – Hodgins Performs An Autopsy On A Worm
Actually, kind of adorable.
0:23 – Hodgins Puts On A Hilarious Pair of Goggles
0:24 – Cam (Tamara Taylor) Eyerolls At Hodgins
She's thinking what we're all thinking: Cut. Your. Beard.
0:25 – Booth Tells Brennan Than The Victim Was Stabbed With A Fish
We don't know why Brennan's eye-rolling. It's called a swordfish for a reason, lady.