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Escobar Gallardo 

Escobar Gallardo continues to blackmail Sean and Christian, leading Sean to potential murder to protect his family.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Grace Santiago (credit only)
Cyril Parks
Annie McNamara (as Kelsey Lynn Batelaan)
Genetics Lab Receptionist
Ricki Lopez ...
Armand Otiz / Jorge Barco
Gay Thomas Wilson ...
Debbie (as Gay Thomas-Wilson)


The surgeons are still forced to harvest drugs from breast implants for Colombian cartel monster Escobar Gallardo. Christian gets a cold reception from bride Kimber when he visits Dr. Merril Bobolit's place to demand he retracts an advert showing her, Troy's masterpiece, off as his work. Julia coaches mother-to-be Gina and defends Christian's father potential. Mr. Parks wants tail hair of his show dog transplanted to Sir Winston's head; $150,000 is more then they can afford to refuse, yet Sean's ethical objections prevail- Merril gets the patient but kills him. Julia offers Sean her wedding ring for sale even though their marriage will never be fine again. Gina gets Christian to have sex with her to speed up her painful pregnancy; shortly after he delivers her, but gets a rude shock: the baby is black, yet he still considers him his son. Escobar demands the docs help him branch out to organ harvesting; when Sean refuses, he shoots nurse Liz in the leg. Sean buys a gun, but is unable ... Written by KGF Vissers

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21 October 2003 (USA)  »

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Near the end of the episode, Escobar tells Sean he was 28 when Blondie's "Rapture" came out. However, his FBI file later states his Birthdate as being in 1967, making him 13 when the song was released, in 1980. See more »


Dr. Christian Troy: [trying to have sex with Gina, who's nine months pregnant] Jesus, how do fat people have sex?
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Performed by Gary Numan
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28 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am very much disappointed at this site's use of the term "colored" to refer to a baby birthed in the last episode of the first season of Nip/Tuck!!! I do believe that saying "an African American baby" would have sufficed. Even saying "black" would have been fine. I just simply cannot believe it. Therefore I will be creating a big deal about it in words so that others can view it about your word usage and this site. Congratulations to IMDb. I was very much enthused about using and siting this site in a positive way for my report. It doesn't look like I will be doing that. Instead I have to spread the word about this outrage and I'm not usually one to quickly get offended at things. Thanks a lot for this. Good luck on the future.

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