Nip/Tuck (2003–2010)
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The angry and bitter Julia visits Sean and Christian in Los Angeles to share some life-changing news, and she also rejects romantic advances from both men. Meanwhile, Matt gets a blast from... See full summary »

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The angry and bitter Julia visits Sean and Christian in Los Angeles to share some life-changing news, and she also rejects romantic advances from both men. Meanwhile, Matt gets a blast from his past when Ava Moore, who has caused immeasurable family chaos years ago, turns up as Matt prepares to marry Ramona. Also, Liz reveals that she's happily pregnant. Written by matt-282

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24 February 2010 (USA)  »

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Veteran actor Harold Gould's final appearance. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Christian Troy: [Ava brought a baby into the consulting office] I know you like 'em young, Ava, but shouldn't you at least wait for his testicles to descend?
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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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the return of Ava
29 September 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Julia is back. Yawn. Who cares? Still no sign of Kimber. I guess we'll see what really happened there next time, with the final. Kelsey Lynn Batelaan is credited, so I thought, Annie! But she was a no-show. And no sign of any deleted scenes, so what happened? Kelsey gone fishing? Listen, honey, schoolwork's important, but if Hollywood comes calling, aw, come on... No, dunno what happened.

So, I'd have gladly given this one the full barrage it deserves, but Famke Janssen is finally back as Ava. She is something to behold. Has a presence. It emanates from her. Something dark. Something... well, if it's evil, then it is just acting, for Famke herself is of course above reproach, but this character...

My score for the episode itself: very, very low. Take into account that I can't stand ol' Julian, and Dylan is just, ah, well, just Dylan (yawn), and that, aw gee whiz, John Hensley and Joely Richardson have about as much drawing power as week- old bread (but at least you could reheat that). The slow slow slow Nazi background theme didn't serve to make it worth watching, only made me long for something else. One* reason, and one reason only, to stay awake: Famke GOLDENEYE Janssen. Only she should be in something more worthy, because seeing her here with that gormless boy-man does her naught but a grave injustice.

(*Melonie Diaz as the doomed love interest is of course quite nice, but very little is made of her)

I didn't like, but the thing is kept afloat by Famke who is... well, let's just say: the epitome of "something wicked this way comes..."


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