Nip/Tuck (2003–2010)
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Kimber reaches an emotional crossroads in regards to both her crumbling marriage to Christian and her secret affair with Sean. Meanwhile, Christian comes to a point of clarity over his ... See full summary »

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Tate Donovan

Writers:

Ryan Murphy (created by), Hank Chilton
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Episode complete credited cast:
Dylan Walsh ... Dr. Sean McNamara
Julian McMahon ... Dr. Christian Troy
John Hensley ... Matt McNamara (credit only)
Roma Maffia ... Dr. Liz Cruz
Kelly Carlson ... Kimber Henry
Joely Richardson ... Julia McNamara (credit only)
Mario Lopez ... Dr. Mike Hamoui
Tim Guinee ... Joel Seabrook
George Newbern ... Dr. Curtis Ryerson
Greg Ellis ... Adam Wise
Tony Tambi ... Nsolo
Linda Klein Linda Klein ... Nurse Linda
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Kimber reaches an emotional crossroads in regards to both her crumbling marriage to Christian and her secret affair with Sean. Meanwhile, Christian comes to a point of clarity over his marriage while experimenting with the dangerous sex act of auto-erotic asphyxiation. Sean reunites with his humanitarian college friend, Dr. Curtis Ryerson, and becomes interested in performing more pro-bono surgery. Also, Sean and Christian fix the face of a man who survived a suicide attempt jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Written by matt-282

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 January 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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1.78 : 1
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Goofs

Toward the end of the episode, during Kimber's talk with Sean, her right earring disappears and reappears throughout the scene. See more »

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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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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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TV's most unattractive washed-out and thoroughly worn characters
1 September 2017 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

I don't know where these guys are today, but I just know that producers couldn't have stood in a line outside their agents' offices.

Observe Kimber. Kelly Carlson is in all reality attractive, but this part, in my opinion, I feel it has so rubbed off on her that her entire career onwards would be ruined by the specter of Kimber hanging over her head. Some highly unattractive notions surround this thoroughly reprehensible (now oddly reformed) character... cheapening her. Aging, lost looks... In short, I'd think she'd have been well advised to invest her NIP/TUCK income wisely.

Watching this episode, it struck me how well kept she really is, but how I, The Raven, normally such a silver-tongue jackal, just have nothing but contempt for even the new reformed Kimber.

As for Julian McMahon, I've never ever been a fan of this second-rate actor. Ever since CHARMED, I cannot stand this two-bit hack. Today, watching this episode, I saw the final indictment against the aging lounge lizard. Can't act. Wouldn't even try. That sequence where Dr. Christian Troy's adventure into auto-erotic asphyxiation goes awry, and you hear his thoughts... FOR CRYING OUT LOUD. IT WAS DONE AS A VOICE-OVER and it sounds as pathetic as that??? With the emotion of a dead tortoise? Near death experience and he sounds as if he has dropped his ice cream. Even I could have done better!! And believe me, that is saying something.

Surely he could have improved on that bit? Very little effort for a re-do, it's a heartfelt couple of urgent sentences in voice-over mode?

But no, went through just like that. A great testimony to the (ahem) glory of Ryan Murphy Productions. Really. Said with dripping sarcasm by an arch-enemy.

Talking about Ryan Murphy. Do I detect a self- portrait here, this Wise character? A certain resemblance. Ryan, gotcha! :)


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