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Joan Hunt (Character)
from "Body of Proof" (2011)

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Body of Proof: :  -- Clip: Suspect Foams at the Mouth
Body of Proof: :  -- Clip: In the Warehouse
Body of Proof: :  -- Clip: Exploring the Basement
Body of Proof: :  -- Clip: Identifying the Virus
Body of Proof: :  -- Clip: Wrong Victim

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Young Joan Hunt

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  1. "Body of Proof"
        - Daddy Issues (2013) TV episode, Played by Joanna Cassidy
        - Dark City (2013) TV episode, Played by Joanna Cassidy
        - Committed (2013) TV episode, Played by Joanna Cassidy
        - Disappearing Act (2013) TV episode, Played by Joanna Cassidy
        - Doubting Tommy (2013) TV episode, Played by Joanna Cassidy
          (10 more)

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Quotes:
From "Body of Proof: Missing (#2.3)" (2011)
Megan Hunt: And the quid quo pro is...?
Joan Hunt: I am here to help you, Megan! And find out what I said that was so terribly wrong
Megan Hunt: [fetches an election pamphlet] You know how hard it is for me to see that everywhere? That was the worst day of my life! And every time you run for office, I have to relive it!
Joan Hunt: That's what that picture means to you. I always found that a point of family pride: becoming successful, for staying strong
Megan Hunt: Daddy killed himself, we suffered and I miss him. How is that a point of family pride?
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