Virginia Madsen discusses her decision to joint the cast as well as what shows she'd like to be on.
Hotshot plastic surgeons Dr. Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) and Dr. Christian Troy (Julian McMahon) experience full-blown midlife crises as they confront career, family and romance problems over six seasons of this groundbreaking series. Set first in South Miami Beach and later moving to L.A., these cutting-edge stories range from funny to suspenseful to uncommonly powerful. Surgeries are graphically bold. Sexuality is rampant. Guest stars who go under the knife include Rosie O'Donnell, Joan Rivers, Kathleen Turner and Larry Hagman, among others. From Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy, Nip/Tuck is a prescription for entertainment unlike anything you've ever seen.
Sean prepares for the arrival of the new baby.
L.A. continues to be the land of plenty for the relocated plastic surgeons of McNamara/Troy. An aspiring rapper wants more booty to shake, so would the docs please put some junk in her trunk? Can would-be vampires have those nasty neck wounds concealed? Can a yoga expert with a giant, uh, appendage have it shortened? Yes to all the above. And maybe everyone, even the docs, should also have a check-up from the neck up.
Season 5 wraps with 8 episodes of envelope-pushing surgery, surprise, silliness and seriousness. Yes, seriousness. Because Christian now battles the Big C. Sean copes with the aftermath of the knife attack. And Liz says "I do" to the last person you'd imagine. Time to stretch your imaginations, fans.
-Includes all 8 episodes from Season Five Part Two plus "The Science of Beauty" featurette.
Matt heads to Brazil abandoning his daughter with Sean and Troy.
Crew and Designers discuss the importance of color on the show about plastic surgery.
Set designers talk about the challenges of building sets for the show.
The show's creators and designers talk about the look of the show.
Colonel Frost (Anthony Hopkins) leads his British paratroops (Frank Grimes, Alun Armstrong et al) to the first bridge at Arnhem, taking over a Dutch household, in Richard Attenborough's A Bridge Too Far, 1977.
General Horrocks (Edward Fox) at the map, explaining Montgomery's plan to staff in England, including Colonel Vandeleur (Michael Caine), in A Bridge Too Far, 1977, from Cornelius Ryan's novel and William Goldman's script.
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