A few of you can't believe I'm really done with "Body of Proof." I think I am.
I was a fan of the show. But I didn't like Bully Boy Bush playing the fear card and I'll be damned if I'll promote a show that spreads fear the way he did.
I didn't spend all those years protesting him and all of his madness to accept the same from a TV show.
I'll miss Megan Hunt and I'll miss Jeri Ryan. And Bud and Samantha. And Curtis and Ethan. Even Peter.
But the show's going its own way and I'll go mine as well.
I'm watching the first season of "Being Human" on Netflix (streaming). It's not the British show. They've got a US version.
I'd watch the British version if it were streaming.
The American version stars Sam Witwer as the vampire Aidan, Meaghan Rath as the ghost Sally and Sam Huntington as the werewolf Josh.
Aidan and Josh work at a hospital and they get a house together. The landlord Danny seems like a nice guy. But Josh sees someone in the house. He and Aidan go upstairs. They see Sally who can't believe it (she's happy) because since she recently passed away no one's been able to see her.
Sally missed her fiancee Danny. Danny explains to Josh and Aidan that he and Sally were going to bed upstairs and Sally had to go to the bathroom so she got up in the dark and turned the wrong way and flew down the stairs.
A werewolf (Rick?) ends up teaching Josh some stuff. And staying at the house and teaching Sally how to move things and that she can leave the house.
But it turns out he's the one who turned Josh and when he tells Josh that, they're through.
Meanwhile, the house has non-stop plumbing problems. And Danny keeps coming by but can't fix it. So he finally calls a plumber.
The plumber finds a hair clog and also an engagement ring.
It's Sally's ring.
And suddenly she remembers.
She was in the bathroom, her ring fell down the sink. Aidan came in and when he found out he started screaming, accused her of not wanting to wear it, of not wearing when she was out with 'the girls,' and he got angrier and angrier and shoved her down the stairs killing her.
She can't believe the man she's been missing was actually the one who killed her.
So that's about the first five episodes and I'm watching the sixth as I write this.
It's a good show. I don't know if I'll start writing about it but if you're a Netflixer it is worth streaming.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"