Pacific Blue (1996–2000)
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Silicone Valley of the Dolls 

A doctor running an underground clinic for plastic surgery causes the death of a young co-ed. The world of high school girls obsessed with plastic surgery is explored when Russ Granger and ... See full summary »

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Off. Monica Harper
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Jamie Strickland (as Amy Hunter Cornelius)
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A doctor running an underground clinic for plastic surgery causes the death of a young co-ed. The world of high school girls obsessed with plastic surgery is explored when Russ Granger and Monica Harper go undercover. Struck by the beautiful perfection of the students, Monica and Granger learn that the girls' boyfriends have been financing plastic surgery by breaking into homes. Written by Anonymous

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15 August 1999 (USA)  »

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Stupidest plot EVER!
4 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this only once, but it was so stupid it's burned into my brain forever. What made it so stupid?

Would it be the teenagers stealing their parents' minivans so they can buy expensive sports cars AND have enough money left over to buy plastic surgery for their girlfriends? Or the respected Beverly Hills plastic surgeon (a Harvard grad if I remember correctly) doing illegal operations on teens for a relatively tiny amount of cash?

Neither. It's having a show filled with spandex wearing beauty queens who only got that job because of their looks, giving me a morality lesson on how I don't need plastic surgery and good looks to get ahead in life.

Way to go Pacific Blue writers!


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