Christian attempts to cope in the aftermath of a death. Meanwhile, Colleen feels threatened when another talent agency shows interest in Sean's acting career.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matt McNamara (credit only)
Kimber Henry (credit only)
Julia McNamara (credit only)
Colleen Rose
Kyle Ainge
Lanie Ainge
Tabitha Maloney
Bob Levitts
Martin Chow ...
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Christian attempts to cope in the aftermath of Gina's death and trying to suppress the guilt he has for pushing her off a roof accidentally in the throes of passion, and making it look like a suicide. Christian also deals with Gina's son, Wilbur, and while looking for for the right time to tell him about his mother's death, deals with some surprising allegations made by Wilbur's school teacher. Meanwhile, Colleen feels threatened when another talent agency shows an interest in Sean's acting career, and it's revealed that she will go to great efforts to hold onto Sean... and revealing that Christian isn't the only person who gets away with murder here. Also, Kyle is a young man who wants to have reconstruction surgery done on his arm after he and his wife resorted to cannibalism while stranded in the mountains. Written by Anonymous, RavenGlamDVDCollector

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29 January 2008 (USA)  »

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run Ryan Murphy out of Hollywood town! tar and feather him, he'll love it!
17 June 2016 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

A full double-barreled broadside barrage to this insidious cra...!

A request to the controller who has to approve this review: do not view me as some spiteful vandal. Instead, pull your copy of this episode from your files and view it, along with a little barf bag, I might suggest. This sort of applies to most NIP/TUCK episodes, but this one in particular has very little reason to exist. Entertainment in very poor taste, with the patently obvious intention of making the audience laugh at misery, is the staple diet of the NIP/TUCK ghoul, er, fan, but then, at least almost all of the episodes at least have something, sometimes a lot, usually even a hell of a lot, to alleviate the nausea. This episode isn't as kind. One ugly business from beginning to end, aaagh what a bunch of makes-kitty-vomit-look- appealing. I've said it to myself after all the recent episodes, this show has overstayed its welcome. I'm a DVD watcher, here for AnnaLynne McCord (yay Team 90210!) and I am sickened by the atrocious story lines. Severed toes, on-screen puking, bloody gore this way, bloody gore that way, hell, do you cater to starved slavering cannibals? And all those unattractive old actresses, I've had my fill! They foul up the screen, they demean women! If it isn't Rosie O'Donnell it"s Sharon Gless, get rid of them, get rid of them, get rid of them!

About myself: I am not squeamish. I am offended by the indignity, the very freaking crime against the dignity of humanity that this show damn well represents!

As long as there exists fans of this show, it is not safe to go outside at night. Truer words were never spoken.

Series creator Ryan Murphy is some kind of a ghoulish vampire. I can read him that way whenever he appears on screen. I am not bloody kidding. Let's go back to the McCarthy era: Investigate him. Dig up the coffins in his back yard.

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