Dana Delany has admitted that she finds it difficult to remember the medical terms on her new show Body Of Proof.
Speaking to AOL, Delany explained that she enjoys playing medical examiner Megan on the show.
"She's a fun and very three-dimensional character," she said. "She's very driven, very smart, sardonic - kind of like a female House. She's smarter than everyone else and she knows it, and she makes sure they know it too."
However, Delany revealed that the hardest part about the show is remembering her lines.
"I heard from a doctor that when you go to medical school you have to learn about 10,000 new words," she said. "Not only that, but the ones I've learned are so hard to say. I'm hoping I'll get better at it."
She added: "I have to say them really fast so it sounds like I know what I'm talking about. Apparently when George Clooney was in ER he would write the words on the bodies and I may end up having to do that myself."
Body Of Proof will premiere on ABC later this year.