I’ve always been a fan of ‘Bonaire.’
I was so excited when the season aired and I couldn’t wait to see what it would be like.
But I have to say, after three episodes, I am not quite sure what I think of the show anymore.
I can’t wait for the next one.
So, it’s time to put the ‘B’ in ‘Bond.’
The series premiere on ABC is a big step forward for ‘Boner.’
(Photo: ABC)I have to admit that I had a really hard time following along with all of the characters.
When I first started watching the show, I was excited to see the girls have fun and make some new friends, but the majority of the series is filled with the same boring “Hey, how’s it going?” episodes that we’ve seen for years.
I just don’t think I want to be watching another one of those.
So when ‘Bajiestop’ finally premiered, I just had to get on it and get a taste of it.
I was expecting the same kind of cliche “dude, I’m a good friend, I know you don’t wanna be around my girlfriend” vibe that I always had with the characters, but it was more enjoyable to see some of the more interesting ones get some screen time.
(Photo : ABC)The season opener was kind of confusing to me.
When the show first started, I assumed that everyone was just trying to get together and go to a beach for a weekend, but as the series went on, I started to see how the cast and crew got along.
The first few episodes were a little confusing to watch because the show was constantly changing the settings to create an “official” story.
(I also think that some of them were acting in the first few scenes like “the wedding,” or “they’re having dinner at the beach.”)
However, it was great to see that everyone still has a bit of their old selves.
(My only complaint with the episode was that it felt a little rushed.)
When it came to the main plot line, I thought it was going to be more of the same, but when we got to the finale, I really liked what I was seeing.
(It felt like an ending of sorts to the previous season, with the main characters still being in love with each other, but with a twist.
I’m not sure if it will be a “cliche” ending to the season or not.)
I also like the way the characters are dealing with their relationship issues.
While most of the season was spent dealing with the fallout of the death of their dad, the finale brought up some big issues.
One of the biggest was that, while everyone was trying to make it work, their best friend, Aubrey, had a huge secret.
(As a matter of fact, she had been secretly dating this guy for the last three seasons.
When she finally revealed her secret to him, it made the rest of the cast very uncomfortable and upset.)
She had also secretly been secretly a fan, but was hiding it because she wasn’t ready to tell anyone about it.
(This is something that I have yet to see any other TV show do.)
She then went on to go to the beach with her boyfriend and get married.
When we see this couple get married, we can only assume that the wedding was a huge part of the story.
I really love how Aubrey and Jay are on the same page.
I think the whole wedding was so sweet, and we are all very happy for them.
(The only problem is that they don’t get to keep their wedding rings.)
It’s a shame that the show has gotten a little predictable, because the series could have gone in a different direction.
For example, there is a lot of fan service in the finale.
For instance, the wedding theme song was very catchy and was really effective at making the episode feel “special.”
There are also some really cool moments where the characters interact with eachother.
For the most part, ‘Bones’ is a fun show to watch, and I think it is a great example of how TV can be entertaining without being formulaic.
The biggest thing that I loved about ‘Boniostop’ was that the writers kept the characters interesting and the storylines varied.
There was a good mix of different kinds of storylines, so there was always something going on.
I loved how the writers tried to keep the audience interested, and even though I liked some of what they did, I couldn.
(For example, I loved the episode where the guys try to figure out what’s going on with their ex-boyfriend.
The episode ended up being a pretty interesting read.)
I think ‘Biniostop will be watched by a lot more people than it ever has before, because there are a lot different kinds