Body of Proof (2011–2013)
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Buried Secrets 

A sleepy driver hits something, but drives on. A dead policeman is discovered there at day-break. Soon attention turns to the deceased's last case.

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Peter Dunlop (as Nicholas Bishop)
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Samantha Baker
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Ethan Gross
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Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
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Chuck Foster
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Helen Salerno
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Professor Jack Elliott
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Heather Clayton (as Meg Chambers Steedle)
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Becky Salerno
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A sleepy driver hits something, but drives on. A dead policeman is discovered there at day-break. Soon attention turns to the deceased's last case.

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telephone | shoe | cell phone | See All (3) »

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Crime | Drama

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Ethan says that "shale and brick are the most common constituents of clay. This is backwards. Clays are hydrous aluminium phyllosylicates, very fine sediments (not rocks) formed from weathered minerals like feldspar. Clay is used to make bricks. Clay plus tiny particles of calcite or quartz, pressed and heated to form a sedimentary rock, is shale. See more »

Quotes

Peter Dunlop: Have you been in the records room recently? It's a nightmare!
Kate Murphy: What you're looking for?
Peter Dunlop: Lizzy Adler's file. I have been there for 30 minutes and I can't even locate the A's
Curtis Brumfield: That's not even how it is organized. It's by medical examiner, then year, then last name of the deceased.
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Body of Proof End Credits Theme
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