Re: Bones and other "serialized procedurals"
Body of Proof with Dana Delaney is very similar to Bones in structure.
Similar in structure in terms of being a procedural drama, or similar in terms of being a procedural with a narrative arc structure (which is what makes Bones a 'serialized procedural' as opposed to a traditional procedural [ala the CSIs and the Law and Orders])?
Starbuck: We're all friendlies. So, let's just... be friendly.
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