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Body of Proof Takes Possession of White Collar’s Tim DeKay
Body of Proof will find itself asking some pretty hard questions when it returns for its third season, specifically regarding a dead a patient whose symptoms appeared to suggest she had been possessed. It’s not exactly your run-of-the-mill story, particularly in a medical drama, but here’s nothing wrong with trying a different angle to spice things up, but that’s another topic I’ll get to in a bit. For now, let’s just focus on the paranormal aspects of this episode. If there’s going to be talk of possession then we’re going to need a religious fanatic. So why not have that person be the patient’s father? And why not have Tim DeKay be that father?
According to TVLine, the White Collar actor will play the deeply religious father of a teenage girl who dies in the ER after displaying from pretty startling behavior, leading some to believe a demon might have been responsible. Just how helpful will Dekay’s character be if he believes possession was the cause of death? Running around shouting about demons doesn’t exactly help an investigation, but some people just don’t grasp that concept. These shows always find a reasonable explanation for paranormal activity and I’m sure Body of Proof will be no different. The idea for this episode sounds like great material for a Halloween episode, but the series won’t be returning until early January, due to its midseason premiere.
The show’s third season was only picked up for 13 episodes despite solid numbers – the Season 2 finale snagged 10.05 million viewers – which leaves me rather confused. Last season, the show received a 20 episode season that premiered in the fall and performed well enough, so why the switch to midseason and decrease in the number of episodes? Did it, perhaps, not perform as well as ABC expected? Well, whatever the reason, Body of Proof is tackling some interesting ground and is hopefully rewarded for doing so.