'Body of Proof': television review - latimes
Meanwhile, Megan is running a test and Ethan walks up and asks if he can join her. .. Bishop (Peter Dunlop), Dana Delany (Dr. Megan Hunt) their relationships are bad just because she and Lacey are on the outs. It stars Dana Delany as Dr. Megan Hunt, a neurosurgeon turned medical last seen in "Past Lives," is Peter Dunlop, a former cop who is Hunt's minder and but she's in trouble with the administration for ordering expensive tests. 12 Signs Your Relationship Will Stand the Test of TimeWomensArticle. Every body has a story to tell and Dr. Megan Hunt will find out what it is. After Peter rescues a woman from a house fire, Megan discovers another . a man assumed to be dead disappears off of Ethan's exam table. . a deer hunt; Kate ( Dr. Kate Murphy) and Megan's relationship takes a turn for the worse.
I said I might give it to my daughter one day — which I did, actually — and she asked if I would name my daughter after her.
She was my best friend. Then, she died in a car crash a few months later. Anyway, that's how I named her. The child, in turn, went into a little kickboxing frenzy, causing Megan a bit of pain. Maybe someone at work, even. It's got some meaning behind it.
You know, about getting a sister?
Being over eight months pregnant could do that to a person. Is the — " Lacey ran to her mother's side, trying to be of use in some way. It was like asking a seven year old to file taxes — overrated and nearly impossible. It's not like I can hold this baby in! Mom's gonna have the baby! I'm going to take her, just meet us there! She sped away — which she had promised herself she wouldn't do — and ended up getting stopped by a police officer for going the wrong way down the street.
Television review: 'Body of Proof'
But seeing the pregnant woman in the passenger's seat, he turned on his siren and led them to the hospital. Lacey didn't get any tickets, thank god. Because then she would lose her license. Which would be bad.
XoxoX "Shit…" Peter ran another red light with the gas pedal floored. He was not going to miss his daughter being born. There was a blaze of honking and a few dozen people showing him a certain finger.
He turned into the hospital parking lot, parked in the emergency room area and ran into the building. Dunlop to his wife? About seven seconds later, the door opened and Peter was led through the hospital. He hated these places.
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They smelled like sickness and sterilized needles. Peter thanked her and walked in cautiously. Megan was being instructed by a midwife who was trying to coax Megan along. It wasn't until minutes later when a child's cry was released into the air that Megan could finally breathe. Megan closed her eyes.
Is it necessary to add that she is brilliant but driven by anger and a troubled past? That she locks horns with authority and brushes aside any friendly offers of aid? That she can read a person's recent history from a shaving nick and that chance remarks cause her to gaze into the middle distance as her synapses miraculously solve the case?
If it is, then you don't watch much television. These characteristics could be describing half a dozen current lead characters on shows, including "The Mentalist" and "House," who may nod in passing to Sherlock Holmes or, in this case, "Quincy, M. At least "Body of Proof" has Delany, who's always interesting to watch even when she's uttering unfortunate lines such as "I'm not most people" or "Don't believe everything you've heard about me.
The truth is much worse. Unfortunately, writer Christopher Murphey forces his characters to hit stage marks worn so smooth the actors can't help but just slip-slide from one to the other.
Hunt strides down halls in Anna Wintour glasses making crack diagnoses for other doctors, but she's in trouble with the administration for ordering expensive tests. Morris knows Hunt has solved many crimes, but still he questions her every move, probably because Hunt oversteps even the most elastic definition of medical examiner, making superhuman leaps of psychology, pharmacology and legality.
In the pilot, they gather together over the body of a young woman dragged from one of Philadelphia's rivers who suffered a blunt force blow to the back of the head. Hunt's mantra is that the body doesn't lie; the corpse is the ultimate piece of evidence and can tell you the story of a person's life in a way that a conversation cannot.