Body of Proof (season 2)

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Body of Proof (season 2)
Body of Proof (S2).jpg
Promotional poster for the second season of Body of Proof, showing main character Megan Hunt (Dana Delany).
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 20
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run September 20, 2011 (2011-09-20) – April 10, 2012 (2012-04-10)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 September 18, 2012 (2012-09-18)[1]
Region 2 March 4, 2013 (2013-03-04)
Region 4 December 5, 2012 (2012-12-05)[2]
Season chronology
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List of Body of Proof episodes

The second season of Body of Proof, an American television series created by Christopher Murphey, commenced airing in the United States on September 20, 2011, concluded April 10, 2012, and consisted of 20 episodes. It follows the life and career of Dr. Megan Hunt, a medical examiner, once a neurosurgeon, who now works in Philadelphia's Medical Examiner's office after a car accident ended her neurosurgery career. Along with Hunt solving homicide cases are her colleagues, Nicholas Bishop as Peter Dunlop, Jeri Ryan as Dr. Kate Murphy, John Carroll Lynch and Sonja Sohn as Detective's Bud Morris and Samantha Baker and fellow medical examiners, Geoffrey Arend as Dr. Ethan Gross and Windell Middlebrooks as Dr. Curtis Brumfield. Mary Mouser who plays Megan's daughter Lacey was promoted to "regular" from "recurring" status from season 1. Jeffrey Nordling who plays Megan's ex-husband Todd, Joanna Cassidy who plays her mother Joan and Eric Sheffer Stevens who plays Bill Parkson all reprise their roles, whilst Cliff Curtis, Nathalie Kelley and Jamie Bamber join the show, all of which appear on a "recurring" basis.

Cast and characters[edit]

Character Portrayer Appearances as main cast Appearances as recurring cast
Megan Hunt Dana Delany 20 episodes (entire season) N/A
Peter Dunlop Nicholas Bishop 20 episodes (entire season) N/A
Kate Murphy Jeri Ryan 20 episodes (entire season) N/A
Detective Bud Morris John Carroll Lynch 20 episodes (entire season) N/A
Detective Samantha Baker Sonja Sohn 17 episodes N/A
Ethan Gross Geoffrey Arend 20 episodes (entire season) N/A
Curtis Brumfield Windell Middlebrooks 20 episodes (entire season) N/A
Lacey Fleming Mary Mouser 17 episodes N/A
Todd Fleming Jeffrey Nordling N/A 5 episodes
Joan Hunt Joanna Cassidy N/A 6 episodes
Bill Parkson Eric Sheffer Stevens N/A 1 episode
Dani Alvarez Nathalie Kelley N/A 10 episodes
Derek Ames Cliff Curtis N/A 2 episodes
Aiden Wells Jamie Bamber N/A 3 episodes

Episodes[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
10 1 "Love Thy Neighbor" Christine Moore Corey Miller September 20, 2011 (2011-09-20) 9.41[3]

When a car careens out of control over an embankment, killing a middle-aged man in the driver's seat, Megan learns that all is not well on a pretty suburban cul-de-sac. She and her team are startled by the many lives spinning out of control beyond the perfect picket fences, providing an ever-changing suspect roster.

First regular appearance: Mary Mouser as Lacey Fleming.

Recurring character: Jeffrey Nordling as Todd Fleming.
11 2 "Hunting Party" Paul Holahan Christopher Murphey September 27, 2011 (2011-09-27) 9.19[4]
When a wealthy tycoon's much younger new wife, Julie Loeb, is shot at a family deer-hunting outing, suspects abound. The tycoon, Martin Loeb, is such a likely suspect that Megan openly accuses him. At the request of the highly influential Martin, Kate fires Megan from the case. Martin's ex-wife, Alexandra Loeb, had a clear financial motive, but his grown children are also potential suspects. Megan and Kate's relationship grows chillier, but Megan's new case, that of a bludgeoned man killed in a bad neighborhood, brings her right back to the initial murder.
12 3 "Missing" Eric Laneuville Matthew V. Lewis October 4, 2011 (2011-10-04) 9.95[5]

Megan investigates the death of a young nanny run down by a car and discovers that the dead woman's 5-year-old charge has been kidnapped and requires medication. A handsome FBI agent, Derek Ames, is assigned to the case. Meanwhile, Bud comes under scrutiny when his interrogation of the prime suspect in the kidnapping takes a wrong turn. Megan's mother offers to help her, but Megan is leery; is it just a PR stunt for her mother's re-election?

First recurring appearance: Cliff Curtis as Derek Ames.

Recurring character: Joanna Cassidy as Joan Hunt.

Note: Mary Mouser as Lacey Fleming did not appear in this episode.
13 4 "Lazarus Man" Stephen Cragg Andrew Dettmann October 11, 2011 (2011-10-11) 9.00[6]

A man who is presumed dead walks off Ethan's examination table, leading the team to a shocking discovery.

First recurring appearance: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez.
14 5 "Point of Origin" Nathan Hope Bryan Oh October 18, 2011 (2011-10-18) 9.27[7]

Peter stumbles upon a house fire and rescues a young woman. When Megan goes to the scene of the fire, she discovers that there is another victim who perished. This dismays Peter, who didn't know there was someone else in the house, and he now has a personal attachment to this case. As Megan begins her investigation, she is usurped by arson investigator Ray Easton and his colleague, Skip, who challenge her at every step. When Megan complains to Kate, she remarks that people usually find Megan impossible to work with, and the tension between the two heats up.

Final appearance: Eric Sheffer Stevens as Bill Parkson.

Recurring character: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez.

Note: Mary Mouser as Lacey Fleming did not appear in this episode.
15 6 "Second Chances" Dwight Little Sam Humphrey October 25, 2011 (2011-10-25) 9.43[8]

A horse-riding champion is found dead in the woods, and her convict/workmate is a suspect in the ensuing murder case, as is the stable owner. Megan is starting to patch things up with Lacey. Lacey, also a rider, provides a valuable tip in the case. But Megan is about to find out the body is the proof, and they all have something to say.

Recurring character: Jeffrey Nordling as Todd Fleming.
16 7 "Hard Knocks" Christine Moore Sunil Nayar November 1, 2011 (2011-11-01) 9.90[9]

A 17-year-old boy is found dead by the aftermath of an out-of-control party, and no one knows who made the 911 call. Megan's ex-husband, Todd, drops a bombshell, telling Kate, Megan and Lacey that he needs to move to California to teach at Berkeley. Lacey is faced with a difficult decision: stay with her mom, or move out west with her dad. Which one will she pick? Bud announces that his wife is pregnant. Megan and her FBI friend Derek finally get that date.

Final appearance: Cliff Curtis as Derek Ames.

Recurring character: Jeffrey Nordling as Todd Fleming.
17 8 "Love Bites" Christine Moore Sam Humphery November 15, 2011 (2011-11-15) 9.76[10]

When a pharmaceutical rep is murdered, with the body drained of blood, Megan and the team must find the original crime scene if they hope to find out the cause of death. A big hurdle to overcome is the number of suspects with access to lots of unknown drugs.

Recurring characters: Jeffrey Nordling as Todd Fleming, Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez and Joanna Cassidy as Joan Hunt.
18 9 "Gross Anatomy" Eric Laneuville Diane Ademu-John November 29, 2011 (2011-11-29) 9.49[11]

A murdered young woman's body turns up in place of a medical school cadaver during class, leaving Megan to rely on the eager star student to help solve the case.

Recurring characters: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez and Joanna Cassidy as Joan Hunt.
19 10 "Your Number's Up" John Putch Matthew V. Lewis December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06) 7.23[12]

Walter Brown, a recent multi-million dollar winner in the lottery, is found stabbed to death in his apartment with $50,000 floating out of his window. While most of Walter's friends, including his best friend, chalked up recent behavioral changes to his newfound wealth, Megan finds an endocrine tumor that could have caused the changes. In another case, Kimberly Gleason went into the hospital for an appendectomy and died of a serious bacterial infection. Ethan has trouble finding the cause until a second patient turns up dead. With Kate's help, Ethan learns how to run an investigation and deal with grieving family members. Meanwhile, Lacey uses Megan's credit card without permission to buy a hat. Megan returns it and makes Lacey earn her own money.

Recurring character: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez.
20 11 "Falling For You" Christine Moore Matthew Gross January 3, 2012 (2012-01-03) 7.05[13]

After a bride plummets to her death on her wedding day, everyone from the angry ex-boyfriend to the overbearing father is a suspect. But just like a bride herself, Megan pays attention to every tiny detail until she can solve the crime. Meanwhile, Ethan is falling hard for the new girl, Dani, not knowing that she's already found love with someone else on the team.

Recurring character: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez.
21 12 "Shades of Blue" Kenneth Fink Lawrence Kaplow January 10, 2012 (2012-01-10) 6.90[14]
When an cop is found executed at a truck stop and another cop is a suspect, the search for the killer hits close to home as Peter is torn between his new role and his old ties to the police force.
22 13 "Sympathy For the Devil" Christine Moore Sunil Nayar January 17, 2012 (2012-01-17) 7.94[15]

When a woman recently found innocent by Judge Joan Hunt of her child's murder is killed, Megan and her staff must find who did it. A sensationalistic reporter impedes their progress. Meanwhile, because of the controversy surrounding the case, Judge Hunt is voted out of office.

Recurring character: Joanna Cassidy as Joan Hunt.
23 14 "Cold Blooded" Nelson McCormick Allen MacDonald February 14, 2012 (2012-02-14) 6.26[16]

When the owner of an Italian restaurant turns up dead in the freezer, Dr. Hunt and the team take a closer look into family matters. Meanwhile, Peter must face his own haunted past.

Recurring character: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez.

Note: Sonja Sohn as Samantha Baker and Mary Mouser as Lacey Fleming did not appear in this episode.
24 15 "Occupational Hazards" Matthew Gross Corey Miller February 21, 2012 (2012-02-21) 6.64[17]

After a car accident reveals a body in the trunk, the team is led to another, leaving them with two cases to solve, while Megan is reconnected with an acquaintance and Kate's job is threatened.

First recurring appearance: Jamie Bamber as Aiden Wells.

Recurring character: Joanna Cassidy as Joan Hunt.
25 16 "Home Invasion" John Terlesky Andrew Dettman February 28, 2012 (2012-02-28) 6.83[18]

When the parents of a perfect family are murdered and discovered by their son, the team soon realizes that things are not as it seems. Meanwhile Curtis struggles with his new position, and Megan's new love life heats up.

Recurring characters: Jeffrey Nordling as Todd Fleming and Jamie Bamber as Aiden Wells.
26 17 "Identity" Michael Grossman Christopher Murphey March 13, 2012 (2012-03-13) 7.46[19]

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. Lacey faces a new medical condition.

Recurring characters: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez, Joanna Cassidy as Joan Hunt, Jeffrey Nordling as Todd Fleming and Jamie Bamber as Aiden Wells.
27 18 "Going Viral, Part 1" Alex Zakrzewski Matthew V. Lewis & Lawrence Kaplow March 27, 2012 (2012-03-27) 9.72[20]

When scores of people start dying from similar symptoms, the team is faced with a city-wide outbreak of an unknown virus and no one is safe - including Megan and her team. Center for Disease Control (CDC) Officer Charlie Stafford (guest star Luke Perry) takes over the case to figure out not just what caused the outbreak but who.

Recurring character: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez.
28 19 "Going Viral, Part 2" Tom Verica Diane Ademu-John April 3, 2012 (2012-04-03) 10.51[21]

As the death toll continues to rise, the team needs to move quickly to figure out how to treat this virus and, more importantly, who is spreading it.

Final appearance: Nathalie Kelley as Dani Alvarez.
29 20 "Mind Games" David Solomon Story by: Caren Rubenstone
Teleplay by: Allen Macdonald
April 10, 2012 (2012-04-10) 10.05[24]

A victim's cause of death resembles the first case that Megan had regarding a serial killer who took out the brains of his victims. In a case of twist and turns, the killer comes back to get revenge on Megan for taking three years away that he could have spent with his daughter. As the serial killer is about to murder Megan, Peter saves her but is stabbed himself. The episode ends with Megan holding Peter.

Final appearance: John Carroll Lynch as Bud Morris, Nicholas Bishop as Peter Dunlop and Sonja Sohn as Samantha Baker.[22][23]

Ratings[edit]

United States[edit]

Episode number
Season Number
Title Original airing HH Rating Share Rating/share
(18–49)
Total viewers (in millions) Rank per week Note
10
2-01
Love Thy Neighbor September 20, 2011 6.9 12 2.2 9.65 #34 [3]
11
2-02
Hunting Party September 27, 2011 6.3 10 1.8 9.19 #36 [4]
12
2-03
Missing October 4, 2011 6.8 11 2.0 9.95 #28 [5]
13
2-04
Lazarus Man October 11, 2011 6.3 10 1.8 9.00 #33 [6]
14
2-05
Point of Origin October 18, 2011 6.3 10 1.9 9.27 #35 [7]
15
2-06
Second Chances October 25, 2011 6.5 11 1.8 9.43 #35 [8]
16
2-07
Hard Knocks November 1, 2011 6.9 11 1.9 9.90 #30 [9]
17
2-08
Love Bites November 15, 2011 6.7 11 2.0 9.76 #29 [10]
18
2-09
Gross Anatomy November 29, 2011 6.2 10 1.8 9.49 #23 [11]
19
2-10
Your Number's Up December 6, 2011 5.0 8 1.5 7.23 #36 [12]
20
2-11
Falling For You January 3, 2012 4.7 8 1.5 7.05 #37 [13]
21
2-12
Shades of Blue January 10, 2012 4.5 8 1.6 6.90 #41 [14]
22
2-13
Sympathy For the Devil January 17, 2012 5.3 9 1.6 7.94 #30 [15]
23
2-14
Cold Blooded February 14, 2012 4.1 7 1.2 6.26 #44 [16]
24
2-15
Occupational Hazards February 21, 2012 4.4 7 1.5 6.64 #37 [17]
25
2-16
Home Invasion February 28, 2012 4.6 7 1.4 6.83 #37 [18]
26
2-17
Identity March 13, 2012 5.0 8 1.4 7.46 #24 [19]
27
2-18
Going Viral (Part 1) March 27, 2012 6.6 11 2.0 9.79 #20 [20]
28
2-19
Going Viral (Part 2) April 3, 2012 7.0 12 2.0 10.51 #17 [21]
29
2-20
Mind Games April 10, 2012 6.5 11 1.9 10.05 #15 [24]

United Kingdom[edit]

Episode number
Season Number
Title Air Date Viewership
(Alibi)
Rank
(Alibi)
Viwership
(Alibi+1)
Rank
(Alibi+1)
Total Viewership
10
2-01
Love Thy Neighbor January 5, 2012 366,000 #1 85,000 #1 451,000
11
2-02
Hunting Party January 12, 2012 509,000 #1 89,000 #1 598,000
12
2-03
Missing January 19, 2012 445,000 #1 134,000 #1 579,000
13
2-04
Lazarus Man January 26, 2012 390,000 #2 107,000 #2 497,000
14
2-05
Point of Origin February 2, 2012 506,000 #1 124,000 #1 630,000
15
2-06
Second Chances February 9, 2012 437,000 #1 121,000 #1 558,000
16
2-07
Hard Knocks February 16, 2011 551,000 #1 140,000 #1 691,000
17
2-08
Love Bites February 23, 2012 491,000 #1 151,000 #1 642,000
18
2-09
Gross Anatomy March 1, 2011 484,000 #1 161,000 #1 645,000
19
2-10
Your Number's Up March 8, 2012 601,000 #1 134,000 #1 735,000
20
2-11
Falling For You March 15, 2012 452,000 #1 109,000 #2 561,000
21
2-12
Shades of Blue March 22, 2012 441,000 #1 103,000 #1 544,000
22
2-13
Sympathy For the Devil March 29, 2012 511,000 #1 98,000 #2 603,000
23
2-14
Cold Blooded April 5, 2012 454,000 #1 95,000 #2 549,000
24
2-15
Occupational Hazards April 12, 2012 557,000 #1 91,000 #2 648,000
25
2-16
Home Invasion April 19, 2012 437,000 #2 91,000 #3 534,000
26
2-17
Identity April 26, 2012 487,000 #1 100,000 #2 587,000
27
2-18
Going Viral (Part 1) May 3, 2012 492,000 #1 45,000 #6 537,000
28
2-19
Going Viral (Part 2) May 10, 2012 535,000 #1 79,000 #2 614,000
29
2-20
Mind Games May 17, 2012 544,000 #1 82,000 #2 626,000

DVD release[edit]

When the DVD was released, Monsters and Critics said of the season, "The second season of Body of Proof takes what worked with the first season and continues to build on the premise. The series still feels formulaic to me, but the cast make it worth taking the time to watch and help it overcome any short comings. The second season sees more medical mysteries and twist with each episode as Dr. Megan Hunt (Dana Delany) and her team are back to handle everything from a child kidnapping to a murder where the entire city could be suspect. Along with murder and other crimes, the team deals with a new romance and Hunt continues to work around strained relationships with her ex-husband and boss. The series still feels formulaic and doesn't quite fire on all cylinders for me, but season two was an improvement. The series leaves you wanting to see what will happen in season three.[25]

Body of Proof: The Complete Second Season
Set details Special features
  • 20 episodes
  • 4-disc set
  • English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround)
  • Audio commentaries
  • Design of Body of Proof: Living Spaces
  • Bodies of Body of Proof
  • The Shark Week of Body of Proof
  • The Effects of Body of Proof: Playing with Fire
  • The Fashion of Body of Proof
  • Body of Goofs: Bloopers
  • Outbreak: Webisodes
Release Dates
Region 1 Region 2
September 18, 2012 March 4, 2013[26]

References[edit]

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  26. ^ http://www.amazon.co.uk/Body-Proof-Season-2-DVD/dp/B00AT7AN1U/ref=sr_1_5?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1356550900&sr=1-5

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