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Diana Lubey 

Suffering from loneliness himself, Sean sympathizes with a forlorn client who requests her late husband's ashes to be integrated into her new breast implants.

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Dr. Sean McNamara
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Dr. Christian Troy
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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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Diana Lubey
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James LeBeau
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Faith Wolper
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Beatrice Madsen (as Brenda Vacarro)
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Michelle Landau
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Dr. Mike Hamoui (as Mario López)
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Natasha Charles
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Abby Mays
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Heiress Michelle meanly pulls rank in the practice. Nevertheless Christian proposes to her. Sean opposes both to grant French Diana Lubey's request to integrate her late husbands ashes in her new breasts implants. Michelle makes Christian agree to a neutral love-nest. That means selling his apartment, as it turns out to guy friend Dr. Mike Hamoui, despite the many sexual memories it arouses. Grief-wreck Sean takes Troy's advice to try therapy, with Faith Wolper, who betrays her professional secret to play a dirty game on both best friends. Soon the truth about their and Diane's past, Christian's promiscuous nature and Michelle's bitchy demands catch up. Written by KGF Vissers

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21 November 2006 (USA)  »

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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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If the Walls Could Talk, They would tell such stories!
27 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a season for Nip/Tuck with guest stars like Catherine Deneuve who flew all the way from Paris, France to appear in this show, Brooke Shields who played the stalking psychiatrist Dr. Wolper, Jacqueline Bissett as James, the pimping body part stealer, and the wonderful Larry Hagman who played Bert Landru who died under the wrong circumstances. In this episode which also featured Brenda Vaccaro, Diana Lubay is a European woman who has lived in Miami for 15 years. Well, she wants the doctors to place her husband's ashes into her breasts. Once they do the deed, they learn that she was not married to the man but his longtime mistress. Vaccaro who is always worthy to watch plays the dutiful wife. Anyway the cast also notice Sean's sudden behavior change over Julia's departure. The show also had Christian selling his condo. If only the walls could talk, Christian starts seeing the women in his life like the blind woman, Kimber of course, and the woman who had to put a bag over her head because he didn't find her attractive. Well, Mario Lopez reprises his role as the fit plastic surgeon. I liked the scenes with Christian trying to close the door on his past. I don't care for his relationship with Michele. I'm sure the end will come soon enough for the season but I can't wait 9 months for the next season. It's too long.


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