Exclusive Bones Video: Will 'Mary Jane' Come Between Booth and Brennan?

In Monday’s all-new Bones (8/7c, Fox), Booth and Brennan’s marriage goes to pot!

The death of an art-school dropout struggling with Lupus puts the issue of medicinal marijuana front and center, and forces B&B to confront their differing views on wacky tobacco.

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Care to guess who’s high on the benefits of hash-hish and who’s not? Hazard your best guess and then press PLAY play below to see if you were right!

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  1. Mark says:

    Considering that a majority of real-life LEOs disagree with Booth, this entire premise for conflict is stupid and they should really consider evolving his character on the topic.

    • Anon says:

      Really? The majority of law enforcement? Blanket statement much? Geez….. They aren’t going to have a FBI Agent boast and big up taking weed for the masses. Srly

    • TV Gord says:

      Not likely. Most of the cops I’ve spoken to about it say decriminalizing weed takes an important tool from them. Sometimes, spotting weed gets them in the door to find other more heinous crimes, from illegals weapons to abused or neglected children. If pot is legal, they don’t get in that door.

  2. J says:

    I do love it when B&B bicker and banter!…no shocker on which stance the FBI vs Scientist take on weed.

  3. catherine says:

    The Feds require a “Drug Free Workplace” and its no surprise that Booth would support the law, I can see this a lead up to the Wendell situation.

    • Pat says:

      Forgot about Wendall and that was good thinking, to remind us in your comment. I think the only way for Booth to come around is to actually see someone he knows going through the pain of cancer and also, the affects of chemo.

      • Anon says:

        Booth doesn’t have to come around. He is a law enforcement agent who doesn’t believe in drug taking. Period. If he where to turn a blind eye for Wendell and allow him to break the law, and take drugs at work, which is a fed offence working for them, when does it stop?…What B&B wld be better doing is paying for better pain meds for Wendell. Or helping him find a better doctor. Or helping him finance time off from work. Where he can smoke pot behind Booth’s back without putting Booth in a position of dealing with someone working for him breaking the law. Jmho

        • Whimsical says:

          Better pain meds with GREATER addictive hazards than pot, worse side effects, not as effective.

          Yeah, fantastic idea. Booth seems to enjoy his beer, alcohol is much more hazardous and destructive than pot ever was or will be.

    • suzi says:

      Good points, catherine and Pat. I wouldn’t expect Booth to think any other way, and I would expect him to change his mind.

  4. catherine says:

    Booth may change his mind on a personal level, but he is still law enforcement and must uphold the law and Federal workplace rules. The Jeff is putting their credibility at risk by knowingly allowing evidence to be examined by a a person under the influence whether drugs or alcohol. Am interested to see how the show will get around this little issue……if its even addressed.

  5. Lois says:

    How will Booth feel about Wendell perhaps needing some weed for medicinal purposes? Interesting tie in with the new laws. Now I’m curious – will B&B share a joint after the case is done? lol

  6. Marge says:

    Booth will be against weed for medicinal purposes and Bones will see the merits.

  7. arial2 says:

    Michael, it’s not “wacky tobacco”; its “wacky tobacky”! As a child of the sixties, I know these things… ;-) I would guess that Brennan will back mj only if she believes there’s proof it has medicinal value. Booth, having been around a lot of people with PTSD and other war injuries, may have a less critical opinion, though he would enforce the law because he believes in the law above his personal opinions. Now I’ll watch the vid and probably be proven totally wrong. lol

  8. Bones Will Be Ok With It, But Not Booth!

  9. Dusty says:

    Booth will be against and Bones will be for.

  10. Teri says:

    Bones will see the benefits and Booth will be against.