Nip/Tuck: Season 1, Episode 2

Mandi/Randi (29 Jul. 2003)

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Sean and Christian operate on identical twin sisters, who request surgery to look different from one another.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy Cassaro ...
Suzanne Epstein
Dr. Pendelton
Annie McNamara (as Kelsey Lynn Batelaan)
Mandi Dante
Randi Dante


Twin sisters want plastic surgery done to look different from each other. Meanwhile, Sean moves out so he can experience life as a single man. Matt decides to try and perform a circumcision on himself after his girlfriend sees his penis. Also, Christian is plagued with romantic thoughts of Julia. Written by Anonymous

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Dr. Sean McNamara: I don't want to screw around.
Julia McNamara: Yeah? Well maybe I do. You always were a lousy lay, Sean.
Dr. Sean McNamara: Oh, yeah?
Julia McNamara: Yeah.
Dr. Sean McNamara: You're either a liar or a very good actress. I know your body. I always have. I know right where you live and breathe.
Julia McNamara: Then why haven't I had an orgasm in two years?
Dr. Sean McNamara: Because I didn't wanna work that hard.
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Great Episode!
20 August 2007 | by (Long Island, New York) – See all my reviews

This was a mostly perfect episode, and I thought it was really well-scripted. The drama between Sean and Julia and Christian's rejection of Julia and problems with his sexual desires were key in this episode. The final few minutes are incredibly memorable, as the issue with Matthew and his circumcision finally come to fruition. I also liked how Sean discovered what he felt was truly meaningful in his life, and he made steps toward the right decisions. The subplot with the twins was one of the episode's weaker points, but it was still watchable. Overall a great episode that ended with an incredibly memorable cliffhanger.

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