Flying Spaghetti Monster wrote:
i never really minded the shirts, but McCoy's pants had a wierd pattern on the side, as if trying outline his underwear or something.
But no matter, it's such a strong scene. It is something that help gives the film its very soul.
I'm convinced that McCoy's duatone pants were a highly stylized representation of Cowboy Chaps, to be really honest about it. Cowboys, naturally, wear the vest and the bandanna around the neck and all that ... Bones certainly has the boots. By his own admission, McCoy is "... just a simple country doctor."