Nip/Tuck (2003–2010)
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Lola Wlodkowski 

A medical consultation with one of Liz's friends, named Lola Wlodkowski, cause Christian to reconsider re-starting a possible romance with Kimber. Meanwhile, Sean begins to emotionally heal... See full summary »


Eric Stoltz


Ryan Murphy (created by), Lynnie Greene (as Lyn Greene) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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)
Danica Sheridan ... Lola Wlodkowski
Jessica Collins ... Tracy Pierce
Mark Deklin ... Skip Pierce
Faline England ... Delivery Girl
Cameron Bender ... Joe
Matthew J Cates ... Tom (as Matt Cates)
Dorothy Constantine ... Mrs. Cox
Linda Klein Linda Klein ... Nurse Linda
Kabin Thomas Kabin Thomas ... Kyle


A medical consultation with one of Liz's friends, named Lola Wlodkowski, cause Christian to reconsider re-starting a possible romance with Kimber. Meanwhile, Sean begins to emotionally heal after an encounter with a pair of perfection seeking patients, named Tracy and Skip, who model themselves in the exact likeness of Barbie and Ken dolls. Written by matt-282

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Release Date:

2 December 2009 (USA) See more »

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Color | Black and White (one scene)

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1.78 : 1
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When Lola is confessing her insecurities to Christian, a bandage on her back goes from attached to partially detached between shots. See more »


Dr. Sean McNamara: I had a moment where I imagined what it would be like to give up sex to have that kind of relationship when you don't touch each other, and it...
Tracy Pierce: It what?
Dr. Sean McNamara: It isn't natural. You're not just denying the act of sex. You're denying intimacy, passion...
Tracy Pierce: Skip and I are intimate. We just... choose not to be physical about it.
Dr. Sean McNamara: But how can you choose to give up that feeling you get when your skin makes contact with someone else's and that charge just runs through your whole body, like every nerve inside...
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References Damn Yankees (1958) See more »


Baby Elephant Walk
Written by Henry Mancini
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every episode, a new low is reached...
4 August 2017 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

Every episode, a new low is reached. Yeah, the fans of this show (who no doubt sleep in coffins and only come out in the pitch-black of darkest midnight) would cackle endlessly at my observation. I wouldn't doubt that there are strange people out there with odd desires regarding having their bodies modified, but after well nigh the full six seasons, one gets heartily sick and tired of the show GIVING A VOICE to these mad little critters. Plastic surgery HAS a place in society, it should be there when it needed, for VICTIMS... but the "recreational" off-hand use of the practice, simply to satisfy every mad little whim, by people who surely cannot have an iota of respect for their own flesh, must surely be condemned.

Okay, so this is a TV show. It's only a story. But years from now, people might still act on impulses implanted watching this show. This episode, in particular, has a totally deplorable sub-plot of a young woman who is blessed by nature, but longs to have the work of nature undone, so that she could embody a purified version of herself, sexless.

Very dangerous theme, for Americans with the means at their disposal, in particular. One day in 2027 or so, on the New Revived Jerry Springer show, we'll hear 'em whine, "I saw it on NIP/TUCK..."

I'm just saying. Sick world doesn't need more sick notions.

But it's only a TV show.

Okay then, forget about the realities of the real world. Judge it as a TV show.

Here goes:

Fun and entertainment. Mr. Ryan Murphy, do you consider this particular episode fun and entertainment?

Even I have to relent. I must admit that I was way impressed by Sean's pro-sex speech, the show's BULL DURHAM moment, and just now had all my preparations ready to post it as a Quote, but somebody had beaten me to it. So, read it here, and, yes, there IS something of value in this episode after all, but... feels really dismal after watching such... ick.

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