Proof (2015)

Til' Death 

Dr. Tyler and her team investigate a case of love, loss and jealousy when a man claims to have seen a ghost of his recently deceased wife.


Alex Graves


Rob Bragin (created by), Rob Bragin | 1 more credit »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Jennifer Beals ... Dr. Carolyn Tyler
David Sutcliffe ... Dr. Len Barliss
Edi Gathegi ... Dr. Zed Badawi
Callum Blue ... Peter Van Owen
Caroline Kaplan ... Janel Ramsey
Annie Thurman Annie Thurman ... Sophie Barliss
Joe Morton ... Dr. Charles Richmond
Matthew Modine ... Ivan Turing
Ryan O'Nan ... Luke Martel
Tamara Arias ... Elena Martel
Paul Jarrett ... Anesthesiologist
Emma Day Emma Day ... Nurse #1
Monice Peter ... Nurse #2
Beatrice Zeilinger Beatrice Zeilinger ... Nurse #3 (as Beatice Zeilinger)


On Ivan's want, Carolyn, Zed and Janel look into the case of Luke Martel, a sea plane pilot whose life has been turned upside down since the death of his photojournalist wife, Elena Martel, whose dead body has been cremated. Her death is not the issue, but what is is his public assertion that her ghost is still with him, almost like she is still alive. That belief has led to among other things him losing his job for fear of mental instability. Carolyn initially believes the ghost is solely his grief coping mechanism, much as she justifies her own occasional visions of Will. However she still can't make the scientific connection to the green scarfed woman she "sees" that she doesn't know. Beyond what Carolyn and the team can discover from Luke, she has to make him look deeper into his own current life for what is best for him. Meanwhile, Len, seeing Carolyn and Ivan together, uses Zed to find out what's going on, but instead discovers more about Zed. Carolyn is concerned about Sophie ... Written by Huggo

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English | Swahili

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23 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


It would be ethically and possibly legal wrong for a doctor to put themselves in an OR. When that pt. had specifically told them they didn't want them there. It would be a break of the doctors ethics to go against those wishes. And the patient could have a case in court. See more »


References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »

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