Nip/Tuck: Season 2, Episode 4

Mrs. Grubman (13 Jul. 2004)

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Sean and Julia are shocked when Annie enters early puberty. Mrs. Grubman returns, requesting a knee lift.

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As Julia and Sean's daughter, Annie, faces puberty, they must both face the harsh realization of maturity and deal with their own issues about getting older. When Gina tells Christian he can no longer be involved in Wilbur's life, Christian is forced to reach out to an old flame in order to build a case to gain sole custody of Wilbur. Written by Anonymous

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Mrs. Grubman suggests her daughter's cancer may be related to living under power lines or using a cell phone. Research has conclusively and repeatedly shown that neither of these things is related to the incidence of cancer. See more »

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