Body Of Proof Recap For April 23, 2013: ‘Committed’

Body Of Proof Recap For April 23, 2013: 'Committed'

Tonight on ABC BODY OF PROOF returns with a whole new episode called, “Committed.” On tonight’s show, does a mental institution harbor a murderer? Megan and Tommy are on the case. Did you watch last week’s episode? We did and we recapped it here for you!

On last week’s show a rich investment fund manager, Gerry Roberts, stood trial for defrauding his investors of a billion dollars, but he was kidnapped as he was leaving court, even though Tommy and Adam were on his security detail. In all the chaos, a protester outside the courthouse was run over and killed by the getaway car, and later a video surfaced of Gerry being killed. But was it possible he faked his own death? Megan also got closer to the truth about her father.

On tonight’s show a schizophrenic teenage girl at a mental institution is found murdered. When Megan and Tommy interview a young patient named Darby, who seems extremely sane and lucid, she tells them that she saw the killer climb down from a heating vent in the ceiling, but most shocking of all — he meant to kill her, not the actual victim. Could the killer be Dr. Malcolm (Craig Bierko), the ward director, who is obstructing their investigation?

Tonight’s show guest stars Luke Perry as Dr. Charlie Stafford, Craig Bierko as Dr. Derrick Malcolm, Marisa Ramirez as Officer Riley Dunn, Jude Ciccolella as Detective Mo Childs, Hannah Leigh as Darby Stone, Chase Kim as Officer Hawley, with Sharon Lawrence as Julia Stone and Joanna Cassidy as Joan Hunt.

Tonight’s episode looks like it is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of ABC’s Body of Proof at 10:00 PM EST! While you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know what you think of Body of Proof Season 2, so far!

READ THE FULL RECAP OF BODY OF PROOF HERE!

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