Body of Proof: Season 2, Episode 20

Mind Games (10 Apr. 2012)

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Megan comes face-to-face with a serial killer she helped put away.

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Peter Dunlop (as Nicholas Bishop)
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Curtis Brumfield (as Windell D. Middlebrooks)
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Wilson Polley
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Jeannie Morris
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Jack Gordon
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Niki Shumaker (as Nataliee Anne Turpin)
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Megan comes face-to-face with a serial killer she helped put away.

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Although Peter throws the serial killer directly over balcony rail, the killer ends up about 20-25 feet down the sidewalk from where he should have landed. See more »

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Don't Give Me Silence of the Lambs 2.2 is **1/2
11 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Disappointing season finale show. Why? We're now dealing with a Hannibal Lechter type on television. He is mentally torturing Dr. Hunt from behind bars and was actually getting the crew to believe that Hunt made a mistake that allowed this guy to go to prison.

Of course, we have our usual slate of suspects, each one outdoing the other for the eerie feeling they give while on screen.

Dr. Hunt again shows that she is a protective mother due to her daughter's diabetes diagnosis and when the "Lechter" type threatens her. How he got to commit his latest murder while in jail was a little too much to believe, but of course, money is always the root of all evil.

I have to admit that the end is a real cliff-hanger. When the show reconvenes, it will be interesting to see how all this ends up.


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