There’s a longstanding tv cliché of waving away a solid member’s unexpected absence via having characters say such things as, “Oh, you just missed them” or “They’re off doing [Insert Very Important Task] this week.” It’s a clunky however practical approach to the tip, even supposing it’s an entire alternative ball sport when the actor in query goes to be lacking for months in lieu of weeks. (Even “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” struggled with this activity all over Anthony Stewart Head’s hiatus in season 6.) It’s why the “Bones” creatives elected towards going this direction when Daley needed to step away for 4 months to exit construct “Vacation.”
Talking to TV Line within the wake of his go from the line in 2014, Daley mentioned he would’ve “100 percent” come again to “Bones.” In his personal phrases:
“I knew it would be tough because I was asking for four months off. And I was so happy that they were able to accommodate that. But, yeah, in a perfect world, I would’ve loved to have [completed the movie] and then segue back to the ‘Bones’ family. I had spoken to [executive producer] Stephen Nathan about it all, and he said it would be more satisfying for the fans to conclude Sweets in a dramatic way rather than for it to be up in the air and have him come back midway through the season.”
It used to be a tricky name to construct, however the correct one. Daley had “always dreamed of being a director” (as he informed TV Order) and it displays within the interest and aptitude he brings to motion pictures as unremittingly foolish as “Game Night” and “Dungeons & Dragons.” Via affording Candies an emotional adieu and releasing up Daley to pursue his ambitions, the “Bones” workforce gave us the most efficient of each worlds.