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Megan comes face-to-face with a convicted serial killer she helped put away.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Body of Proof from 172 votes.
When a city-wide outbreak of a mysterious and lethal virus occurs, even Megan and her team are at risk. In order to determine who and what caused this outbreak, CDC Officer Charlie Stafford takes over the investigation.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Body of Proof from 163 votes.
Megan's father's exhumation uncovers more questions about what she always believed was a suicide, and her mother suggests she examine his patient files for clues about his death and that of a patient.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Body of Proof from 205 votes.
A murdered young woman's body turns up in place of a medical school cadaver during a college anatomy class. A star student in the anatomy class helps Megan to help solve the case.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Body of Proof from 176 votes.
After Peter rescues a woman from a house fire, Megan discovers another person in the house who died. Peter takes the discovery personally since he had no idea anyone else was in the house. A veteran arson investigator challenges Megan at each step in her investigation. When Megan complains to Kate the response she gets only intensifies the tension between the two women.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Body of Proof from 166 votes.
The team needs to quickly figure out how to treat the virus when more and more people are becoming ill and dying.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Body of Proof from 165 votes.
When two young girls are in a tragic car accident, one is left in critical condition and the other is found dead at the scene. As Megan and her team investigate the case, however, they realize there has been an awful mistake. Not only was the wrong girl pronounced dead, but the car accident may not have been the actual cause of death.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Body of Proof from 150 votes.
When a woman suspected of murdering her son is found innocent, Megan and the team try to identify the real killer; an overzealous reporter makes the investigation difficult by sensationalizing the case.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Body of Proof from 165 votes.
When a young girl is found murdered, Megan has to put her personal doubt aside and help a blacked out Tommy, covered in blood, prove his innocence.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Body of Proof from 195 votes.
Kate becomes involved with a man she met at a political event, but when a young Russian girl is found dead, she suspects that he may have something to do with the murder, and looks to Megan for help.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Body of Proof from 190 votes.
A new investigation is opened up after a man assumed to be dead disappears off of Ethan's exam table. When another body is found, the DNA evidence leads to an eye-opening discovery.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Body of Proof from 171 votes.
Megan investigates the death of a bride on her wedding day; Ethan has a crush on the new girl, but she is interested in someone else.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Body of Proof from 171 votes.
A murder victim's rabid neighbor bites Tommy, and after another rabies fatality, Megan calls on the new health commissioner to aid in their investigation.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Body of Proof from 201 votes.
Megan and the team investigate when a Philadelphia homicide detective is killed in a hit-and-run; Megan turns to her mother (Joanna Cassidy) for help.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Body of Proof from 197 votes.
A schizophrenic teenage girl at a mental institution is found murdered. When Megan and Tommy interview a young patient named Darby, who seems extremely sane and lucid, she tells them that she saw the killer climb down from a heating vent in the ceiling, but most shocking of all -- he meant to kill her, not the actual victim. Could the killer be Dr. Malcolm, the ward director, who is obstructing their investigation.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Body of Proof from 200 votes.
Many suspects emerge after a rich tycoon's new, young wife is shot during a deer hunt; Kate (Dr. Kate Murphy) and Megan's relationship takes a turn for the worse.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Body of Proof from 180 votes.
When the owner of a family owned and operated Italian restaurant turns up dead in the freezer, Dr. Hunt and the team take a closer look into family matters. Meanwhile, Detective Dunlap must face his own haunted past.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Body of Proof from 166 votes.
Gerry Roberts, in trial for defrauding his investors of a billion dollars, is kidnapped in front of the court house. The getaway car runs over a protestor and later, the team has to decide whether a video of Roberts being killed could have been faked by himself. Meanwhile, Megan gets closer to the truth about her father's death.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Body of Proof from 188 votes.
Curtis questions Ethan's interest in the investigation of the mysterious death of a beautiful twin; Megan runs into resistance while investigating the death of a patient at the hospital where she used to work.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Body of Proof from 202 votes.
In conclusion of the two-part Season 3 premiere, Megan discovers why the serial killer targeted war veterans, but must keep the information to herself or risk the life of her daughter, who is being held hostage by the assassin. Meanwhile, District Attorney Dan Russell has a run-in with Kate.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Body of Proof from 183 votes.
Last updated: apr 02, 2021
I can't believe it was canceled. It was a great show bring it back
This was mildly interesting until it wasn't. I dropped a lot of shows recently and this is another one. Halfway trough the second season I am out. Not saying it's awful, it just isn't for me. From the start I considered this to be light entertainment. The whole setup with the cheerfull and easy music never put this into serious drama. The main character, Dr. Megan Hunt, is not very aproachable or likeable. And, also, kinda unbelieveable. A ME that goes to a crime scene in 4 inch heels and designer clothes ? Nah. The know-it-all approach isn't helping either. And none of the other characters are interestiing enough to make me want to continue. [spoiler] The further I watched the more I got the feeling I was watching a mix between a soap op and a sitcom that just happens in a criminal background. At best it's a family drama. When all that crap sleeping with my ex and bitching at work started it nosedived and never recovered. They just overcooked it. Plus, all that drama between (older) mother and daughter. I am all for character background but it's not what I was looking for in this show. And they seem to be eager to create romances for every other character. Anyway I am not interested any longer. [/spoiler]
Love this show! I'm annoyed that it's ended!
I managed to get through 8 episodes of the first season. This show does not appeal to me at all. the lead character Megan is very unlikeable to me. She has a condescending personality.
Essentially this is a wannabe _Bones_ but Dana Delany makes it worth watching. I enjoy all of the characters for the most part except for John Carroll Lynch's Bud Morris from the first two seasons
Slaine from La Coka Nostra is on tonights episode, only reason Im going to watch. Ok show, wow me!
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