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Roxy St. James 

Candy Richards, the washed-up, narcissistic actress returns wanting Christian and Sean to perform a skin pigment implantation to make her more African-American for her re-discovered roots. ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Sean McNamara
Dr. Christian Troy
Matt McNamara (credit only)
Kimber Henry (credit only)
Julia McNamara
Olivia Lord
Candy Richards / Coco
Eden Lord
Steven Ausbury
Dr. Kochman
Roxy St. James
Josiah Henry ...


Candy Richards, the washed-up, narcissistic actress returns wanting Christian and Sean to perform a skin pigment implantation to make her more African-American for her re-discovered roots. Meanwhile, Christian meets a feisty, chain-smoking lady, named Roxy St. James, at a cancer victims therapy group where she wants him to perform a mastectomy on her to cure her incurable fear of developing breast cancer. Sean becomes troubled when Olivia wants a full makeover for herself as she and Julia are planning to move back east, in which Olivia (unknown to everyone) is emotionally stressed to her breaking point after covering up her psycho daughter Eden's murder attempt on Julia. But it naturally all turns out bad... even for the innocent and the evil alike. Written by Anonymous

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27 January 2009 (USA)  »

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disgusting junk, a useless mess, people who are entertained by this will be amused by kitty vomit and soiled baby nappies
29 July 2016 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

This episode is the reason why... to paraphrase Galina, the other reviewer. This episode is the reason why I am glad there are only five left in the current season.

Just a (still traumatized) note: If you think I am a nut for writing what will now follow, I dare say, check out the gore presented in this episode, and you will see that I have a license to speak out!

Anybody following my reviews, will know that I am quite more than open-minded, to say the least, but that I harbor quite a growing distaste for this show. Not that I am squeamish, mind you, but this show debases humanity, presenting misery as entertainment for its vampire/ghoul fanbase. I was originally lured in because of AnnaLynne McCord, and, yes, there are some very beautiful actresses on this show, to wit that Jaime Ray Newman girl of last week's episode.

This week I am still so disgusted by the 'entertainment' that I am venting my rage by giving the episode the score it truly deserves: 1. No, wait, it deserves 0, but for that I have no option.

I had to look at a young woman slicing off her own breast with an electric carver PRESENTED AS ENTERTAINMENT? Mr. Ryan Murphy, what a sick bastard you are! One look at you, on the behind-the-scenes, and one can IMMEDIATELY see you are the kind of sicko freak that should have been culled from the herd. I am 100% serious in my allegation that this guy is a demonic misfit polluting our existence, ah, where are the days of McCarthism? UnAmerican, indeed! Hell, where are the days of a big black pot full of boiling water?

I have only five episodes more to go, and will not be looking forward to that final boxset in this series. Even an extremely beautiful girl like AnnaLynne McCord is presented with a style that doesn't suit her. Adnittedly, that is a twee complaint compared to the other atrocities, but it just goes to show, everything about this show is sick, sick, sick, including its true-blue fans (ghouls).

You know what a ghoul is? It eats corpses...

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