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During this recent interview to discuss Season 9 and look ahead to Season 10, co-stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, who are also producers on the show, talked about the challenges of a season finale, whether either of them would ever consider writing for the show, why the case in the finale is an unusual investigation, how the finale will affect Booth and Bones’ relationship with each other and everyone else, getting to share such great chemistry with a co-star for so many seasons, how much they’ve enjoyed seeing their characters develop, and how they prefer to live in the moment than know their characters’ future.Check out what they had to say after the jump, and be aware that there are some spoilers."She's given me so much love and support that it made it easy from day one." "We kind of really opened our hearts to each other and we really trusted each other, which gave us some really great material to work with," he shared."From there on it just kind of developed and developed into this small show and here we are.Boreanaz slept on a couch which he shared at his sister's place, visiting film sets and doing production assistant work, in order to learn more about the industry he hoped to be more involved with.He was a background extra in the 1993 movie, Aspen Extreme as a fan waving at skiers. So to be able to do something like this on such a huge scale —it’s a huge studio movie — it’s definitely not something I could turn my back on. But I’m three weeks into filming and having the time of my life. TVLINE | What has this past week been like in terms of the reaction from fans? What were you thinking about when you were overcome with emotion? If I were scheduling it, I would’ve scheduled it kind of differently. It seems like the natural thing that he would want to do. She was the lead of ] So it’s nice to finally see her as a mom. That will be tough to not be able to work with her on the show and hang out. You guys have the same basic physical build and hair color. Cr: Patrick Mc Elhenney/FOX " data-medium-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/bones-episode-200-photos-3.jpg? w=300" data-large-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/09/bones-episode-200-photos-3.jpg? TVLINE | Were you able to accept that decision, to be OK with it? [ The directing job was not something that I could walk away from. It feels like a good next step in my career and my life; I always dreamed of being a director. And up to this point, no one has said anything [negative to me] in the Twitter-sphere. It was also nice to know that there was such a loyal fan base of the show, and of Sweets in particular, who were devastated by the loss. TVLINE | I read that you broke down while filming your final scene, the one where Sweets’ body is brought into the Jeffersonian.

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So I walked out of a nearly empty stage and couldn’t say a proper goodbye to people. It kind of cheated you and Carla Gallo out of some potentially fun material. When Booth is framed for a murder, he and Brennan team up to clear his name and find the killer in the “The 200th in the 10th” 200th episode of BONES airing Thursday, Dec.

And as I was walking to my trailer I sort of realized, “Oh, s–t, this is weird.” And then the tears started coming.

“What happens [as we wrap] between Booth and Brennan is the subject of a spirited and wide-ranging debate —and that’s the honest-to-God truth,” he said.

“Some people think [we should go for it], and others are wildly against it.