"Body of Proof" airs on ABC, Tuesday nights.
Last night's episode had no point in airing.
If they think this is the direction for the show, they better think again.
Instead of Megan and the others addressing a death, a murder, a suicide, they went with biological terrorism.
I don't want to see that s**t. Okay?
I don't want that on my TV.
I don't need that kind of scare TV.
I watch Dana Delaney in this "Quincy" remake because of the characters and the acting. And I'm not eager to watch biological virus films so why the hell would I want to see that in a TV show. What's next? The Ebola Virus strikes "Parks and Recreation"?
Peter's girlfriend died from the virus. Kate's infected though only the audience (and Kate) knew. She passed out at the press conference on the virus at the end of the episode. They'll probably be all, "She had the virus?" next Tuesday. Yeah, she had it. Where were you?
This really isn't why I watch the show. I can't imagine anything more horrific and to turn it into a cute little episode of TV?
If I were Delaney, I'd be worried that there might be such a backlash to this two-part episode that the show gets the axe. Supposedly, the show's on the bubble and could go either way.
Then again, maybe others liked it? Bully Boy Bush always used the terror scares to pump up his ratings so maybe it will do the same for "Body of Proof"?
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"