And this whole Pelant serial killer thing…We get rid of one serial killer and we might be bringing in another one.
ET's Leanna Aguilera caught up with the co-stars at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, on Wednesday, where they opened up about what they're going to miss the most about filming their popular crime drama.
For her performance, she received a 2006 Satellite Award nomination and a 2007 Teen Choice Award nomination.
Deschanel and Boreanaz served as co-producers at the start of the show's third season, before becoming producers in the middle of the show's fourth season.
She can be seen in an Access Hollywood video at the book launch event of Karen Dawn's Thanking the Monkey: Rethinking the Way We Treat Animals, discussing how vegetarian and vegan diets help the environment, and a video on the homepage of the book's website talking about the importance of animal rights.
Deschanel was raised Roman Catholic, but is no longer practicing, and has expressed agnostic views, saying "I am more of a spiritual person, if anything, and I am of the belief that we don't know, and I'm not going to pretend that I do." Deschanel is best friends with her Bones co-star Michaela Conlin, who played her best friend Angela Montenegro on the show; she is also friends, and has a strong working relationship with her Bones co-star David Boreanaz.
That could be the biggest question out there and you have to really think hard about this one. The person who is going to marry us is close to one of the cast members."Mystery solved!
As for what else lies ahead for season nine, David teases: "Cyndi Lauper is going to come and sing at the wedding. We did a great undercover episode we're really excited about.
"She's given me so much love and support that it made it easy from day one." WATCH: 'Bones' Stars and Creator Address 'Possible' Revival Plans According to Boreanaz, who plays FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth on Bones, his positive and productive working relationship with Deschanel helped make the show the hit it became."We kind of really opened our hearts to each other and we really trusted each other, which gave us some really great material to work with," he shared."From there on it just kind of developed and developed into this small show and here we are.Word is, he's playing a priest who may or may not be the one officiating the actual ceremony between Bones (Emily) and Booth (David Boreanaz). Here's hoping the priest doesn't break up the wedding!Boreanaz hinted at this very real-life twist at the Fox Eco Casino Party in Santa Monica on Monday night, telling me: "It's exciting because we have some great guests. We don't actually know who may be marrying the two of us.