Emily: “David kisses me all the time.”
David: “We were doing a scene and I kissed her at the end, and she turned bright red.”
Emily: “He tries to kiss me all the time as a joke, because he knows it makes me very uncomfortable. He kissed me now like twice at the end of a scene.”
David: “And she kissed me once!”
Emily: “On the cheek.”
David: “It was pretty agressive. You should see when she makes out with her other boyfriends.”
Emily: “He gets jealous when I have love interests. I’m turning bright red now.”
David: Oh, it’s aaalways about our relationship. I really think I should be interviewing her. Emily, I’ve got a question for you.
Emily: What’s it like to work with sizzlin’ hot David Boreanaz?
David: Yeah, what happens when you come into the presence of Booth?
Emily: I’m amazed that I can remain conscious. It’s amazing I don’t faint.
Interviewer: Ask David which co-star was fun to work with and who’s hotter Buffy or the bird from Bones <David laughs> Because he means Brennan.
Interviewer: That’s a popular phrase we use, like ‘chap’
David: The bird. I think both of the birds were actually fantastic to work with, you know. I mean, each had their own special qualities, and each had their… both trance in their eyes. And pull me in, you know. Right now, I mean, Emily is just a fantastic woman, so I’d have to go with Emily.
Interviewer: Right, but if it was a kind of blind date night, and you’d walk in and you’ve never seen them before –
David <without letting him finish>: Emily!
Interviewer: Can you ask David if it was hard working with Brennan dressed up as Wonder Woman?
Interviewer: I’ll rephrase that. Can you ask David if it was difficult working with Brennan -
<David starts laughing>
Interviewer: - dressed up as Wonder Woman
David: Oh it was both, baby. Let me tell you something.
David: It was incredibly outstanding to uh be to partake in the wonder woman outfit. Uh, it was, uh, you know, the shields were up, those bracelets were stopping those magical bullets all over the place.
David <on Emily>: There’s definitely a connection between the two of us, which helps the chemistry on the show.
Emily: I like working at FOX … uh I don’t know what I like - I guess ‘cuz I get to work with bones and dead bodies all day and that’s -
David <interupting, mumbling “wait a minute, or what about or something” : Don’t you like working at FOX ‘cuz you get to kiss David Boreanaz?
Emily: Not - not really.
David: I hate it when two people are going at it and they turn over and suddenly they’re covered up in blankets. I’m all in. I’m not going to be wearing a sack!
Emily: WHAT?! This is the first I’ve heard of it.
TV Guide Interviewer: You’re going fully monty?
David: <laughs> Of course not. I’d wear my underwear and have a pillow between my legs. I’d be respectful. I totally am a gentleman. You’ve got a delicate flower here. You can’t bruise the petals.
Emily: Hey, how’d you like a knuckle sandwich?
David: This is good! Remember when I faked my death and you got really upset with me? I’d want a little aggression, and then we can rip each other’s clothes off.
David: You know it’s funny because we were shooting the love scene on Bones yesterday which is for the season finale.
Announcers: Yeah baby
David: It’s great you got the noise, do your thing.
Announcer: Do your thing now.
David: But the game was going on, I don’t think Emily was -
Announcer: Work it baby
David: I was working it a little too aggressively because we were - on our power play, our defense was looking bad.
Announcer: How does the acting coach help you in that area, I’d like to know.
David: Well you take your life experiences and you add it to the characters, and let me tell you, yesterday I was so pumped up and so annoyed by the way our team was playing that I brought it to set and I turned it into one aggressive sweet lovemaking scene.
Announcer: This is going to be a story like in the Inquirer!
David: I know! I tell you, I’m bringing some heat and some action -
Announcer: Alright I look forward to that!
Emily: It probably strengthened our friendship, even though this kind of thing can probably ruin a friendship. Honestly, he was such a sweet guy. He was more supportive and concerned for me before we started filming than I would be. He had meetings about it. He’s like, “I don’t want anyone around.” He practically kicked out everyone — even the people who had to be there filming! And it’s a fairly tame scene. He was so protective of me; it was very sweet, actually. He wanted to make sure I felt comfortable. Of course, he also made jokes.
I love these two way too much.