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Intro: "doing freelance on a" -> "doing freelance work on a". Same thing in the plot section. Done
Plot: "her boss's, Kate Murphy" -> "her boss Kate Murphy's" Done
Plot: Again, don't need to reference the episode with the episode See: Letting Go Review. Not done
Reception: "Among viewers between ages 18 and 49, it received a 2.1 rating/9 share; a share represents the percentage of households using a television at the time the program is airing." -> "Among viewers between ages 18 and 49, it received a 2.1 rating/9 share. This means that it was seen by 2.1 percent of all 18- to 49-year-olds, and 9 percent of all 18- to 49-year-olds watching television at the time of the broadcast." Done
Reception: Any more reviews? - :( No. Body of Proof is only reviewed by TV Fanatic.
Notes: These don't make very much sense grammatically. For instance "Although credited as "Coach Lou Davis" the ABC use the version of "Coach Hal Davis" as his name." should, ideally, be "Although credited as "Coach Lou Davis", ABC uses the name "Coach Hal Davis"". Same for all of them. Done
References: add writer and director for Refs 1, 7-8 See: Letting Go Review Not done
References: Use consistent dating Done
On hold for seven days.--Gen. Quon(Talk) 22:52, 2 August 2012 (UTC) - Done - Thanks! — M.Mario (T/C) 16:43, 3 August 2012 (UTC)