Admit it, all Bones fans do it, gush on and on about the latest thing that happened in the show, or that cute thing that happened in season six. And while almost nobody listens, they ask, "Why do you like Bones so much? Why does everyone like Bones?" And for you people, I will explain to you why I and America love Bones.
The characters have realistic and incredible details that no other show will ever be able to possess. It's not a soppy sob story like most forensic dramas on TV. They are intimate things about the characters and their surroundings that make the show the one obsess about.
The script is so beautifully written and, at the same time, can make you laugh until you find it hard to breathe. And then you watch it again. Watch the screenplay, and you'll find yourself laughing and crying with the characters. The story line is so natural that it feels like actual life.
The chemistry between Booth and Brennan always gets us (the suckers for love) satisfied and wanting to see more. Those hilarious and awkward situations are ones that some people can relate to.
This is what makes a show one that people love. It is perfectly portrayed by outstanding actors and actresses. It focuses on what it's like to be a forensic anthropologist (and an FBI agent), yet also covers the life of one. This may not be enough, but this is why I love Bones.