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Abigail Sullivan 

While Sean struggles to stay sane in the aftermath of Teddy's attempt on his life, and of her disappearance, and of Matt's situation when he injured while attempting to rob another ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Abigail Sullivan
Annie McNamara (as Kelsey Lynn Batelaan)
Detective Cyrus (as Jose Zuniga)
Linda Klein ...
Dakotah Masset ...
Dr. Faulk (as Dakotah Massét)


While Sean struggles to stay sane in the aftermath of Teddy's attempt on his life, and of her disappearance, and of Matt's situation when he injured while attempting to rob another convenience store, the perpetually angry and bitter Julia arrives back in town where she and Sean immediately begin quarreling over Sean's lack of insight. Matt, fearing jail time, flees from the hospital and attempts to persuade Kimber to come to Mexico with him. Also, Sean deals with a shocking revelation about Teddy when her past life as a 'black widow' comes out when the police arrest another serial killer who was aware of her dark past. Also, Abigail Sullivan is a local pianist and the latest patient-of-the-week who asks Sean and Christian to surgically remove an parasitic twin off her shoulder. Written by Anonymous

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11 November 2009 (USA)  »

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After all that hair loss, Annie McNamara, as played by young Kelsey Batelaan, has regrown a full head of hair overnight. See more »


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series needs more than just a Nip and a Tuck itself
14 July 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Morose, somber, no fun at all (except for the ghoulish at heart), with a lame SE7EN reference showing just how unoriginal it is. Not to mention an untimely exit for Rose McGowan. There is very little reason to watch this mess, she being one of the few selling points (to me), but they write Rose out? In the first place, with the character of Teddy, this season, it was one gory rush job, too much and, apparently, (well, I wouldn't know) over too soon. Just another junk character, brought in for blood and gore to liven up the regular entrails. And then they dump her. An insult to what Rose could have been here. A waste!

Back: Julia. More than just a little bit wan. I'm sorry, the whole damn regular cast is working on my nerves. They've become the very symbol of crass stupidity. I loathe and despise gormless Matt. I loath and despise amoral queen Kimber. With Dr. Christian Troy not following far behind. I cannot care less about Julia. Sean, well, mild-mannered decent Sean, well, too much is too much, he is just a loser and a bore.

This show is an effrontery. Back in the beginning, well, it was always an in-your-face affront, but at least there were some better moments back then. Now it is just trading in everything abysmal, trading in little but gore, wallowing in it like a pig would in mud, without any likable characters.

And that is the major flaw. No likable characters.

There is no way to salvage this. 14 episodes more to go, with this episode dragging its name through the mud once and for all.

Because, who can possibly, possibly, even just remotely, enjoy watching this? Besides ghouls?

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