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Dr. Joshua Lee 

As Sean tries to regain his youth through his relationship with Eden, a violent and traumatic event causes Julia to question her relationship with Olivia.

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Matt McNamara
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Kimber Henry
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Julia McNamara
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Olivia Lord
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Dr. Joshua Lee
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Wendy Lee
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With the help of "Hearts and Scalpels" actor Aidan Stone, Sean tries to regain his youth by pursuing a dangerous relationship with the seductive Eden through drugs and sex. A violent and traumatic event causes Julia to question her relationship with Olivia when they are both abducted by a car-jacker. An elderly scientist comes to Sean and Christian to have a mysterious metal chip in his back removed which he claims that "aliens on Earth" implanted inside him. Also, in an attempt to better her life, Kimber approaches Christian to ask for plastic surgery so she can re-start her modeling/porn career, but must pay the price by dumping Matt, despite knowing it will devastate him. Written by Anonymous

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11 December 2007 (USA)  »

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Dr. Sean McNamara: She's my ex-wife's girlfriend's daughter.
Aidan Stone: Dude, the sexual permutations are frying my brain.
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References Xena: Warrior Princess (1995) See more »

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A Perfect Lie
(Opening Theme)
Written by Jeffrey Cain Thompson, Cedric Lemoyne and
Gregory Slay
Performed by Jeffrey Cain Thompson, Cedric Lemoyne and
Gregory Slay as The Engine Room
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Amy Dockery

While the episode jumps around a bit, wasting time with the eponymous Dr. Joshua Lee and the unlikely 'alien chip' which is obviously going nowhere, I have no real complaints about it. From the glam perspective, we have AnnaLynne destined-for-90210 McCord, and then, a little jewel, Amy Dockery, a rare bird, as cute Abby, unfortunately a non-speaking, though coke- snorting part. Why she was relegated to the sidelines, I do not understand, she obviously had way much more potential. She has a soft, feathery on-screen presence (a fringe will get me every time!!) and she commanded my attention during her preciously few appearances.

Some research on IMDb showed she was only briefly on the Hollywood scene. Guess she was snapped up into matrimony. Hollywood's loss. She'd have been a star!

What a waste.

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