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October 29 2006

David Boreanaz's "Bones" will be receiving an award from The 14th annual Diversity awards. Bones will receive the most compelling drama award.

Could not happen to a better show! It just keeps getting better and better every ep. I am so happy that he and the show are getting such great recognition everywhere.

I just love David In this show. I loved Angel, But Booth is perfect for David's multiple talents to stretch and grow.

This is great.
Very, very cool.
It's nice to see the show and the talented cast receive recognition for a terrific series that just gets better and better. I'm so glad that new episodes will start again on Nov. 1st. It has been a joy to see David have the opportunity to use his comedic skills as well as his dramatic skills to bring the Booth character to life.
Diversity award? What do they mean by compelling?

[ edited by nemesis on 2006-10-29 18:16 ]
Hopefully he stays in the limelight for as long as possible to do a Angel film sometime.
This is great recognition for a show that manges to have a diverse cast without making a big deal out of it. Kudos to Bones (and of course, David).
Yeah, Bones! So glad baseball is over! Congrats, and I echo Kizzy's words.
On a sort of related link, you guys can check out Michael Ausiello interview with DB, at his page at TV Guide.

Couldn't extract the parmalink for the video, but just check the video list at the right side of the page.
I think it goes to show the prevalence of diversity in casting in Hollywood today that I had not even consciously considered it as a relative point when watching and enjoying the show. But now that it's been brought to my attention, they do have quite a nice multicultural representation within their cast.

But nothing like Angel did. I mean, how many shows can say they had vampires, werewolves, witches, demons, mythical gods, ghosts and humans represented?

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