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She is also a love interest of Peter, much to the chagrin of Ethan, who has a crush on her. Joan Hunt is the overbearing mother of Megan and grandmother of Lacey Fleming. She was a judge, but lost re-election for her seat in Season 2. Her husband and father of Megan was thought to have committed suicide when Megan was 13 years old, but it was later revealed that he was murdered and he was forced to make it look like a suicide.

In 2000, the White House press briefing room was renamed the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in his honor. During the hours-long operation on Brady at the George Washington University Hospital, surgeon Arthur Kobrine was informed of the media’s announcement of Brady’s death, to which he said, "No one has told me and the patient." On March 30, 1981, 69 days into his presidency, Ronald Reagan and his cabinet members and staff, including Brady, were leaving the Washington Hilton hotel when a gunman opened fire. The gunman was 25-year-old John Hinckley Jr., who thought that killing the President would impress actress Jodie Foster, with whom Hinckley had an unhealthy obsession. Brady formally retained the title of Press Secretary until the end of the Reagan Administration on January 20, 1989, but he did not brief the press after he was shot in the 1981 assassination attempt.

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Megan Hunt is a brilliant neurosurgeon until a life-changing car accident prevents her from continuing to work in the operating room. Due to minor nerve damage sustained in the car accident, she can no longer use her hands to perform the fine manipulation which is required for the successful practice of surgery. Her relationship with her daughter, Lacey, is distant and difficult, but through the seasons, Lacey and Megan’s relationship vastly improves.

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Four days later, the medical examiner ruled that his death was a homicide, caused by the gunshot wound which he sustained in 1981. Hinckley did not face any charges for Brady’s death because he had been found not guilty by reason of insanity. After a gunshot ripped through his shoulder while he was notifying a family about murder, Peter found himself off the streets and inside a rehab facility. As partner and confidant to Dr. Megan Hunt, Peter now finds himself investigating Philadelphia’s most mysterious medical cases alongside one of the most brilliant Medical Examiners in the country.

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In 1996, Brady received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Bill Clinton, the highest civilian award in the United States. Dr. Charlie Stafford first appears in the Season 2 two-part episode "Going Viral", as a CDC officer acting as a liaison to the Philadelphia ME’s office. In Season 3, he has been promoted to Health Commissioner, and appears in several episodes.