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An inmate violently escapes from a prison transport van and becomes a dangerous fugitive on the run in Philadelphia. Soon another man turns up dead - who's revealed to be a witness in the escaped prisoner's murder trial. Megan must continue to search for the truth in the original case when the accused murderer shows up and pleads with her that he is innocent and being framed.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 197 votes.
After a car accident reveals a dead body in the trunk, the team is led to another body, giving the team two cases to solve; Megan is reconnected with an old acquaintance; Kate's job is threatened.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 157 votes.
When a young, interracial couple is found shot and killed inside their car in Fairmont Park, Dr. Megan Hunt promises the grieving parents that their daughter’s killer will be found. Detectives Bud Morris and Samantha Baker are ready to chalk the case up to a murder-suicide, but Megan and her team find evidence on the bodies that sends the case in an entirely different and shocking direction. Meanwhile, Peter advises Megan not to push too hard when it comes to reconnecting with her daughter, Lacey.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 231 votes.
After his son is gunned down, a New York City mob boss threatens revenge, and when an early suspect is found dead, Megan and her team begin to believe the carnage has just begun.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 188 votes.
The investigation into a fatal car crash reveals the seedy underbelly of a perfect-looking neighborhood.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 188 votes.
A magazine editor is found dead in her mansion; Megan confronts a suspect while at a social event with her mother; Ethan surprises Kate with his positive attitude.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 193 votes.
Megan is surprised to discover she has a connection to a woman found dead in a hotel room; Megan starts taking an interest in what is going on around her.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 209 votes.
Megan and Tommy are investigating the death of a convicted murderer who was recently released because of a technicality. So they first check out the husband of the woman he killed. But he has an alibi. Tommy's uncertain if it's important to find out who killed him. But Mrgan reminds him they have to be objective. Later another murderer, who was also released because of a technicality, was also killed. They talk to the wife of the victim and she too has an alibi. They later learn that both the husband and wife go to the same therapist. They think that they conspired to kill the person they want dead but when that doesn't pan out. They realize that they should look at the therapist. And when Megan's mom plans to sell her house, she has Megan come over to get anything she wants and it's while going through the things she learns a secret her mother kept from her.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 199 votes.
Megan and Tommy investigate a murder that appears on the surface to be a case of severe child abuse. But the girl's parents claim that their daughter was killed by the Devil after being possessed. The team must try to separate fact from fiction when the victim's mother begs Megan to help her stop the same thing from happening to their surviving daughter.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 182 votes.
Megan suspects foul play when a young philanthropic socialite dies; the investigation is interrupted by Kate's personal life.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 194 votes.
When a plane crashes in Philadelphia due to a gunman opening fire while aloft, the entire team of Megan, Kate, Tommy, Adam, Curtis, Ethan, Riley and Stafford must go into disaster mode. Since the crash hits the city's main power grid, Megan must conduct autopsies on the victims during frequent blackouts, but then one of the bodies goes missing. Meanwhile, Tommy and Riley are in a serious car accident while trying to investigate.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 189 votes.
When a severed hand and foot turn up in a back alley, Megan and her team must literally piece the victim back together. Meanwhile, Megan's daughter, Lacey, gets her mother's reluctant permission to visit her at the office and film her at work as part of a video essay for Social Studies class. What Lacey learns in the process profoundly changes her view of her mother
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 210 votes.
A father is found stabbed to death in his home in the Philadelphia suburbs; Kate takes a consulting role in a case with Megan's ex-husband.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 195 votes.
When a popular 17-year-old high school student is found dead after a rave, the team must decipher various unknown drugs in his system and multiple bruises to figure out the cause of death. Megan is finally starting to date again after the divorce but her ex-husband springs some shocking news on her and her daughter, causing tension at home and at work.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 175 votes.
A 5-year-old child's young nanny watches him being kidnapped. As the nanny struggles to save him, she is run down and killed by the kidnapper's vehicle. The interrogation of a prime suspect goes awry.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 179 votes.
A woman who is a champion equestrian is killed. During the investigation potential drug use is suspected. When Megan's daughter, who also rides horses, overhears details of the case, she leads the team to a clue and possibly the murderer.
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Body of Proof from 165 votes.
Last updated: mar 07, 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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