Body of Proof: Season 1, Episode 3

Helping Hand (5 Apr. 2011)

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During the autopsy of a young woman murdered in a seedy hotel room, Megan is shocked to discover her own special connection to the victim. Meanwhile, after learning to her surprise of some ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Peter Dunlop (as Nicholas Bishop)
Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
Holly Bennett
Jeremy Nichols
Charise Castro Smith ...
Elena Rosas
Sara Christie ...


During the autopsy of a young woman murdered in a seedy hotel room, Megan is shocked to discover her own special connection to the victim. Meanwhile, after learning to her surprise of some personal challenges her colleagues are dealing with, Megan realizes how much goes on around her that she's been missing, and takes a sudden interest, much to her colleagues' amusement. Written by ABC Publicity

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Motivational poster on victim's wall readers: "We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future." Quote credited to Franklin D. Roosevelt. See more »


Curtis Brumfield: Ethan, did you run those trace samples on Elena Rosas?
Ethan Gross: Uh, yeah, yeah. The blue dye on her finger was too deluded to get a reading on, but the crusty trace on her blouse was milk
Curtis Brumfield: Milk? What kind?
Ethan Gross: Eh... Human
Curtis Brumfield: Go ahead, say it, Ethan!
[Ethan does nothing]
Curtis Brumfield: Breast milk, go on!
Ethan Gross: Okay, I don't have to, you just did!
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Body of Proof End Credits Theme
Composed by Daniel Licht
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A Miracle "Social Worker" ***
9 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Who would kill a lovely, dedicated social worker without an enemy in the world? This young girl went to work and had no social life whatsoever. She lived for her clients.

When she is discovered dead in a seedy place, one begins to think that she must have met up with unsavory characters due to the nature of her work.

Dr. Hunt becomes even more interested when it's determined that she had operated on the girl some years back.

Dr. Hunt is meticulous and forever thorough in her research. This episode, she and the detective who are constantly at odds with each other, seem to be getting along better.

The common denominator of the show so far is that we seem to zero in on one suspect who seems to be the obvious killer until the good doctor determines otherwise.

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