Mob mentality is a scary thing. It knows no reason or logic. It has no compassion and it twists the idea of justice into something frightening. And, most of all, it forgets that no matter what we think we know, there is the possibility that we are wrong. more
“Sympathy for the Devil” might just be my favorite episode of Body of Proof so far, and not just because they based it entirely on the Casey Anthony trial , or even because they spoofed Nancy Grace. It pretty much boils d more
TV dramas are to be believed, there are more dirty cops than there are good ones, and with this week’s episode, “Shades of Blue,” Body of Proof added their name to the long list of shows out to prove it. I’m still unclear about exactly why the more
The lines were drawn as " Shades of Blue " had Megan's team going up against the blue wall and Peter was forced to choose sides.
Curtis may have been a bit paranoid but that didn't make him wrong. The stakes were raised because this week's murder victi more
In “Falling for You,” Body of Proof celebrated their return from hiatus by tossing a bride off a balcony. But the real celebration for me was how much of the episode focused on the characters , rather than the murder more
We all feel second best some of the time but self doubt ran rampant on the latest Body of Proof as " Falling for You " highlighted almost everyone's insecurities.
The bride, the groom, and the black eye . I couldn't help but feel for Melissa. She strug more
I’ve often thought that the idea of a so-called “lottery curse” has probably been single-handedly perpetuated by serial cop dramas . Every show I can think of has done an episode revolving around the tragic death of a recent big more
Why is it that anyone who wins the lottery on a TV show usually ends up dead? I know that a lot of folks don't know how to handle millions of dollars but is it really that dangerous? Still, I'm pretty sure I'm willing to take my chances.