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But then you think, “Oh, we’re responsible for the last line of dialogue for the series, maybe I shouldn’t have said yes.” But in the end, we felt it would be best to do one those fade outs where they’re doing their back and forth.

Sometimes it’s scripted, and sometimes it’s David [Boreanaz] and Emily [Deschanel] doing their thing. There’s continual denial, because we live in a time when “24,” “X-Files,” all these shows are brought back. I was on the show for eight-and-a-half, nine years — that’s a lifetime in TV.

Parents need to know that since this show is about a forensic anthropologist, many scenes show dead bodies -- some of which are quite grisly.

But when it came time to end “Bones” after 12 seasons on Fox, showrunners Michael Peterson and Jonathan Collier wanted to send their characters riding off into the sunset fully intact.

And so we ended not with a bang or a whimper, but with Booth and Brennan bantering into the black.

And even though the pair is about to return to familiar territory, new co-showrunner Michael Peterson tells TVLine he’s determined to bring back Booth and Brennan’s spark. We want Booth and Brennan walking off into the sunset in a way, but also, they’re in the primes of their lives. Obviously, they went through hell last year, between Sweets’ death and Booth being incarcerated, being betrayed in a way by the FBI, [and] the gambling stuff, the conspiracy stuff. This is after 10 years of going through similar type incidents.

RELATEDBones‘ David Boreanaz on [Spoiler]’s Death (‘You Have to Continuously Change’), Booth’s ‘Intense’ Journey"Bones‘ David Boreanaz on [Spoiler]’s Death (‘You Have to Continuously Change’), Booth’s ‘Intense’ Journey Seeley and Tempe aren’t the only couple getting a shake-up: In the episode, Cam and Arastoo split after coming to the conclusion that if she followed him to a new city, she’d just end up resenting him. We didn’t know if we were getting picked up last year. I hate to say it, but they’re around my age, and I’m not quitting this job any time soon. Still, that said, this is what they’re meant to do.

Special Agent Seeley Booth (seasons 1–12) is an FBI special agent and official liaison to the Jeffersonian.

Booth clairified their relationship as professional only, though people often assumed they did have a sexual relationship.

Below, Peterson previews the break-up aftermath (new love interests! ) Season 11 journey, Angela and Hodgin’s upcoming challenge and more. We had many different versions of the opener as, you can imagine, two new guys taking over this fantastic property…We had this alternate story, and it ended up being a little more Angela-and-Hodgins-focused than Booth-and-Brennan, and that’s why we ultimately decided to move it away from the first slot and move it into No. Jon and I really talked about this season being about faith, which is a big thing.

When you watch the 100th episode, they talk about Booth really does believe in faith, Brennan does not. So it’s a very tragic way we got into that story, but we wanted to have them come back to their jobs because of this recognition that this is their destiny, this is what they’re meant to do. RELATEDBones‘ Newest Squintern" There were quite a few twists and turns.

David asked for some room for him and her to do their thing, in the finale, and we said absolutely. That final shot was not the actual final shot — we had intended it to be the final thing we shot, but, well, that’s TV in a nutshell. Once we figured out what we wanted to do a 12th season, I always give credit to David: He said to go back and rewatch Season 1 and embrace who those characters were.

That big action scene with the helicopter was supposed to be earlier, but there ere some crazy winds, so we had to reschedule, and that ended up being the last day of shooting, that crazy helicopter stunt. It was ultimately about Booth dealing with his guilt and Brennan trying to figure out who she is.