I didn't have enough time to review Body of Proof last week, but I'm not sure there was any need. The show remains pretty much the same. Megan and Kate have difficulties working together and Ethan and Curtis do funny things in the background. The biggest difference is that Peter has been put in some kind of sexual capacity versus whatever generic characterization he has last season.
The plot this week had a good bit of forensic magic, but the home video at the end of the episode really highlighted how terrible the crimes were. I don't think anyone watches for the police work anyway, so it's never a big deal.
Supposedly, there are four episodes left from the first season that will be in the second season (I can't find any reputable sources, though, so send me a link over Twitter if you find one). These first two episodes of the season don't seem to be of those four, as the relationship stuff doesn't seem quite the same as it did the first season..