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Manny Skerritt 

Yoga coach approaches the surgeons to request an operation they have to invent: a penis reduction, because he's so limber and horny he can't resist giving himself a contortionist blow-job ... See full summary »

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Dr. Liz Cruz (credit only)
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Julia McNamara (credit only)
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Yoga coach approaches the surgeons to request an operation they have to invent: a penis reduction, because he's so limber and horny he can't resist giving himself a contortionist blow-job almost all day. Aidan Stone wants revenge for his career being wrecked by Sean taking over the led in his medical soap. An inappropriate picture may do the trick. Christian reluctantly looks into Kimber's demand to fix Matt's baby's 'eerily thin' lips for an infantile modeling career. Written by KGF Vissers

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10 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

After a small break, the series continued filming but Rose McGowan was not available anymore to shoot. She was replaced by Katee Sackhoff. See more »

Goofs

In Season 5, Episode 19 when Sean McNamara is interviewing Theodora 'Teddy' Rowe they discuss the tattoo she has on each of her arms, the tattoos are no longer there when you see her arms in Episodes 20 and 22. See more »

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References The Karate Kid (1984) See more »

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Performed by Margaret Lang Tan
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bad script in the story is almost as bad as the script of the entire season
12 August 2016 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

In this episode, that little oaf Aidan, the total man child, is raving on about the script he has perpetrated for what is clearly the biggest spy-thriller junk ever written in medical jargon. A nuclear bomb under the operating table, a tell-all autobiographical tale about Sean and the CIA? Laughable. Problem is, the actual script is something like that as well. There is so much trash on the screen that you simply do not want to make heads or tails of this extremely distasteful mess. Much like the key character Manny Skerritt, this beastly show is consuming itself, feasting on its own tail end. And this utter drivel is posing as entertainment for supposedly civilized masses, but who'd actually watch it if something better was on another channel? Like two mating dung-beetles on National Geographic perhaps?

This is the most ridiculous and unattractive story-line with the weakest lead characters I've ever seen committed to film. I've heard of guilty pleasures, but Mister, if this is your idea of a guilty pleasure, this inane ridiculous stupid--- take a serious look at yourself in the cold light of day. Just as you are what you eat, think about the kind of show you choose to watch.

Those two shouldn't even be veterinarians, that sums up the entire series. As for this episode, they take ridiculous subject matter and do naught else but make it even more ridiculous, it is just one clumsy cloying mess, aimed at grabbing the attention of the lowest of the low, thus entertaining buffoons, barbarians and creeps with baboon-brains.

It's not that I am offended by, shall we put it euphemistically, very delicate subject matter. It is that everything is mixed into a pungent potpourri of puerile proportions. There isn't one character that you would want to root for. They are all hopeless weak-willed pathetic numb-skulls, like I said, keep them away from sheep. Poor sheep.


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