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Christian Troy II 

Sean and Christian face a troubling future for their practice when they discover a growing black market in "injectable" procedures, which many believe will signal the death of plastic ... See full summary »

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Dr. Sean McNamara
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Matt McNamara (credit only)
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Dr. Liz Cruz
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Kimber Henry
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Julia McNamara (credit only)
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Herself
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Annette Wainwright
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Lulu Grandiron
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Dr. Curtis Ryerson
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Daniella Creighton
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Jill Jacobson
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Marshall Ayers
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Maureen Ayers
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Christian's Dad
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Sean and Christian face a troubling future for their practice when they discover a growing black market in "injectable" procedures, which many believe will signal the death of plastic surgery. While under anesthetic during face lift surgery, Christian enters a dream world where he encounters past patients, experiences Sean's disappointments, comes to terms with Kimber's death, and he meets his late biological father. Meanwhile, Liz dates a pharmaceutical rep whom is separated from her husband. Written by matt-282

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17 February 2010 (USA)  »

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A Perfect Lie
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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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ridiculous - barbaric - don't forget futile
22 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

If this episode writes the epitaph for the plastic surgery industry, then it comes all too late, this being the 98th episode out of 100. All you devotees, the jokes on you? It is not the answer, it never was, it never could be. "Hell, now they tell us!"

How refreshing it was to see that Kelly Carlson (Kimber Henry) is still beautiful, coming out of the ocean as she does in here. After scores and scores of episodes leaving her seared into my mind as the most despicable female character on network television, this was some positive tonic. Yeah, but I was right in what I had said a few weeks back, the offers wouldn't exactly have had come flowing in. I've since checked on Wikipedia and her career didn't lift off. Really got killed playing this character.

Also has one of the best lines, when Christian muses about the possibility that people's undue expectations of his 'craft' might change, "and a herd of wild geese will fly up my ass!"

In closing, I would just like to add that during the filming, Donna Mills, as Ms. Lulu Grandiron, was about 69 years old and appeared (yeah, appeared) to have the kind of looks the average seventeen year old could only dream about. Wonder what kind of procedure's involved there? Whatever, it seems to work.


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