search AntBlog701
inside AntBlog701
* AntTunes701 - your music guide.

* my Flickr

20 October, 2008

The Baby in the Bough, Bones

Bones

Well, my body is still aching after some ‘excessive’ Wii Fit exercise on Saturday night. The reason for intensive Wii Fit was because Laurent beat my scores. I of course have to get my ranking back.

Tonight's Border Security seems to be interesting, one Asian apparent woman refuses to leave the custom at airport.

Tonight's highlight: New episode of Border Security - Australia's Front Line at 7.30pm on Seven, followed by The Force - Behind the Line. At 8.30pm on Nine: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, 8.30pm on Ten: Good News Week. New episode of Bones is on Seven at 9.30pm after City Homicide. Nine airs Cold Case at 9.30pm.

Tonight on Bones (Season 3 episode 12, The Baby in the Bough)

Brennan finds herself the caretaker of a baby whose mother has been murdered. But Brennan's mothering skills are questioned when the baby swallows a key piece of evidence.

Can't wait for tonight's show? You can download them from iTunes Store:
Player Under Pressure from iTunes (season 3 episode 12)

Bones starts tonight at 9.30pm after City Homicide on Channel Seven.

From executive producers Barry Josephson and Hart Hanson comes the darkly amusing drama Bones, inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and novelist Kathy Reichs. Forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperence Brennan, who works at the Jeffersonian Institution and writes novels as a sideline, has an uncanny ability to read clues left behind in a victim's bones. Consequently, law enforcement calls...

BonesMissed an episode of ‘Bones’?
You can now download it from iTunes Store. US$ 1.99 per episode or US$39.99 for entire season. For more music and TV Show guides, please visit AntTunes701.

Posted by Antony on 20 October 2008 7:14 PM | Bones
Tags: ,

more October 2008 blogs. (or 2008 blogs)
from iTunes Store:
comments
What a shame, it clashes with "Cold Case" on channel 9!
Posted by Rev. Dr. Wu Yi on 20 October 2008 8:18 PM.
I never looked at Wii Fit that way. Maybe through off-hours competition between two or more people, it could actually be quite beneficial.
To be honest, I always looked at Wii Fit more as a recreational game than an exercise game.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 21 October 2008 1:39 AM.
Rev. Dr. Wu Yi,
Simple. Watch Bones and record Cold Case or forget about Cold Case.
Posted by Antony Shen on 21 October 2008 2:15 PM.
Antony, forgive me for butting in and asking, but I'm rather curious: how would Rev. Dr. Wu Yi record Cold Case if he's watching Bones?
Posted by Don_HH2K on 21 October 2008 2:25 PM.
Easy. He has a VCR, and you can watch one channel while recording another channel (with VCR). We all know that back in the 80s before the TiVo gets popular in the USA.
Forgot to reply to your Wii Fit message. You can use Wii Fit for some (rather boring in my opinion) Yoga exercise, or some interesting games. With the games, you can compare (perhaps compete is a better word) the scores (hence ranking) with other user.
Posted by Antony Shen on 21 October 2008 2:35 PM.
Except that assumes that you have a VCR with a separate TV tuner built in, which I don't. Unless I want to record Channel 3 or 4, I would need a separate tuner just for the VCR.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 24 October 2008 8:55 AM.
Well, I thought the built-in TV tuner in VCR is common for VCRs. At least when my family has had a VCR (a Beta tape version) in early 80s, it can be used to record one channel while watching TV in another one.
(Rev. Dr. Wu Yi has two VCRs BTW)
The thing is, neither Rev. Dr. Wu Yi or I have the TiVos. You guys are lucky.
Posted by Antony Shen on 24 October 2008 12:53 PM.
Just so you're aware, I would never consider buying a TiVo. The one-time equipment cost of a TiVo is $99, followed by a monthly fee to continue using it. Meanwhile, a cheap standalone DVR can be had (and a good one can be built) for $99.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 24 October 2008 1:05 PM.
Actually, the TiVo is priced at AU$699 that includes the EPG service for lifetime (no monthly, yearly subscription). Unlike the USA, there's only ONE (1) model of TiVo available in Australia.
Posted by Antony Shen on 24 October 2008 1:14 PM.
post a comment
TypeKey:
|
|



(You may use following HTML tags for comment formatting:
a href, b, i, br, strong, em, blockquote. two blank lines for a new paragraph.)


(Due to recent comment spamming, I need to take some actions. I apologise for inconvenience.)

:
disclaimer
AntBlog701 is an Antony Shen personal weblog. This blog does not represent SillyDog701. This blog may represent Antony Shen's thoughts or things happened around him. You may not use any contents from this blog to accuse Antony Shen. Antony Shen makes no guarantee about the accuracy of this blog.
sponsored links:

inside SillyDog701
* SillyDog701 (front door) - main SillyDog701.
* Message Centre (forums)
* Netscape Browser Archive
* Browser Version Guide
* MacCentre701, Macintosh news and informaiton centre.
- features: H.264 and other codecs comparison
* MozInfo701, Mozilla information and resource centre.
* Switch, simple steps to switch to the browser you can trust.
* Communicator Tips, featured in dynamic HTML presentation.
* Feedback

search SillyDog701
links:


download iTunes
Get a Blogging Platform built to Grow with Your Business. Download Movable Type Now!

AntBlog701 is proudly powered by
Movable Type.
Page URL: http://ant.sillydog.org/blog/2008/002698.php
[AntBlog701] [AntGallery701 (photos)] [AntTunes701 (music)]
[SillyDog701] [Netscape] [MozInfo701] [MacCentre701][Search] [Feedback] [About SillyDog701] [Sitemap]
Copyright © 2003 - 2015 Antony Shen. All rights reserved. Copyright Notice. Privacy Statement.
Made on a Mac
support AntBlog701