Nip/Tuck (2003–2010)
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In the series finale, Christian agrees with Ava to operate on baby Raphael in exchange for her to stay out of Matt's life who has abandoned everyone to be with Ava. While preparing to leave... See full summary »



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Hiro Yoshimura
Annie McNamara (as Kelsey Lynn Batelaan)
Josiah Henry ...


In the series finale, Christian agrees with Ava to operate on baby Raphael in exchange for her to stay out of Matt's life who has abandoned everyone to be with Ava. While preparing to leave for London, Julia worries about Sean's mental state of mind as he continues to be in denial to his feelings of abandonment. Liz is overwhelmed by Sean's excitement over her pregnancy when he adds her name to the practice. Christian's worry about Julia moving far away, and a vision of the deceased Kimber forces him to reconsider his long-standing relationship with Sean. Also, Hiro Yoshimura is elderly Japanese porn star who comes to McNamara/Troy requesting surgery to remove a surgical scar before his big debut in an American porn movie. Written by matt-282

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3 March 2010 (USA)  »

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The 100th and final episode of "Nip/Tuck". See more »


Kimber Henry: [In a dreamy way, typical of the show] Hey, sailor...
Dr. Christian Troy: [Surprised] Kimber... Uff.
[Looks at her with love]
Dr. Christian Troy: I missed you so much.
Kimber Henry: Really? Because I didn't miss you. I know I said to you that I did, but no so much. I think I'm finally free now.
Dr. Christian Troy: Don't say that. You're the best thing that ever happened to me.
Kimber Henry: And yet you stole my soul. I have to kill myself to get away from you. That was the only way out. And now Sean is killing himself too, Christian. If he stays with you, he's a dead man.
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blood and guts and an eviscerated mess
6 October 2017 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

And so then, the 100th episode. A whole hundred of them. You go through a hundred of these and you do feel... Why, why, why? You know what? I sure as hell am not gonna miss the sight of little bits of cut-off flesh being tossed into containers along with bloody scalpels and scissors and all sorts of medical waste.

What no staunch fan can deny, is that the fun element of NIP/TUCK was progressively lost, and all but missing by the Sixth Season. The only fun was that one where Annie posed for that photographer.

Take a look at the DVD box cover. Okay, another highly stylized image, the laced-up body of a young girl, but we'd all agree, looks nice and sexy, huh? Hoo boy, there is very little in this season that is remotely sexy. If the early seasons were the champagne, they were quickly overtaken by sour grapes, and by the final season, nothing but vinegar. The more these people got carved up (hey! how many times did Sean get stabbed in the series? hell, these people are pin cushions!) the more the story became ridiculous and quite frankly UNBEARABLE.

That said, I liked the ending. Christian Troy as he is. Forever on the prowl. Using his success as his bait. But just imagine how he'd have ruined that Hot Blonde's life too.

Some loose thoughts: (1) Notice that Kimber has not been found. That left options open for the future. (2) A hell of a disappointment that Annie (Kelsey Lynn Batelaan) faded out of the story after that promising episode with the Italian photographer. (3) I maintain that Famke Janssen is a most mesmerizing vision, but I'm just not sure that she is 100% human (only kidding)...

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