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Conor McNamara, 2026 

In the future, an adult Conor attempts to mend his emotional wounds via a gathering of his entire family.

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Dr. Liz Cruz (credit only)
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Kimber Henry (credit only)
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Annie McNamara (as Kelsey Lynn Batelaan)
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Twenty years in the future, Connor reveals in his therapy session that he still isn't quite emotionally ready for his final hand operation, which a hurricane prevented being done when he was a baby. He successfully follows advice to use it to bring his bitterly divorced parents, Sean and Julia back together. Written by KGF Vissers

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14 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In Nip/Tuck: Ronnie Chase (2009), Sean mentions that this whole future sequence was actually a dream. See more »

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When Christian walks up to the table where the McNamara family is catching up on things, in one shot his jacket is closed, in the next shot his jacket is open. See more »

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awesome
25 November 2006 | by (liverpool) – See all my reviews

great acting, cracking show, this is one of the best episodes ever. very sentimental and very emotional. will give you a lump in your throat. it has been a while since i have seen a TV show which had an impact like this episode gave me. the projection in to the future, whether real or just fantasy was brilliantly portrayed and entirely believable, i wasted no time doubting the plausibility. the make up perfectly done, the only giggling was at the plausibility not incredulousness. (dr Troy / flavio briatore anyone?) as usual the casting was brilliant the person who played connor mcnamara was an excellent choice. both for his acting ability and appearance. the side story of annie being a failure was a momentary break from the emotion of the main story.


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