Nip/Tuck

Hannah Tedesco

Season 3, Ep 9, Aired 11/15/05
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  • Episode Description
  • Christian and Quentin disagree over the ethics of an extremely dangerous operation that would enhance their medical reputations. Sean is thinking about giving up everything and disappearing into the Witness Protection Program with Nikki and her son.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Bob Gunton

    Dr. Sagamore

  • Julian McMahon

    Dr. Christian Troy

  • John Hensley

    Matt McNamara

  • Melinda Page Hamilton

    Colleen Eubanks

  • Deirdre Lovejoy

    Allie Tedesco

  • Fan Reviews (11)
  • Become a porn star!!/Choices

    By napen, Dec 05, 2008

  • Witless Protection

    By maxpower03, Feb 08, 2008

  • I felt Sean jumped into the idea of moving out with Nicole way too quickly, and I was happy that in the end he wasn’t able to go through with it.

    By Tim_Bronx, Sep 17, 2006

  • Identity Crisis

    By queerlybeloved, Mar 24, 2006

  • "Hannah Tedesco" is an episode about making choices and effects of choices people had made.

    By bahabasaran, Jan 25, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (9)

    • Christian: Just in case you're curious, married women do have the best sex. Too bad you'll never get a chance to test that theory. Kimber: I know you slept with her, Christian. I could tell by the tone in her voice. It's the same one I have after having three orgasms. Christian: Four. She really couldn't get enough. Kimber: Well, it's just like I taught her. At first I was pissed. But then I figured, if hundreds of men can use my doll to get off four times a day, you screwing one Kimber wannabe isn't the end of the world.

    • Kimber: It's a fidelity pre-nup. I had my lawyers draw it up. It states that, after the wedding, we agree on two things, OK? No more porn for me and no more affairs for you. I'm still a businesswoman with assets, you know. I've got a reputation to protect. Oh, don't worry, there's a clause in there that still allows for threesomes. (off his look) Well, I don't want to kill our sex life because we're getting married either.

    • (As Sean prepares to enter the Witness Protection Program with Nikki) Dr Sagamore: Your family isn't there for you anymore, Sean. You get back in touch with them, even sending them money anonymously, you leave another trail. You'd be putting everyone at risk. Sean: I can never see any of them again? Dr Sagamore: Look, if you want to do what's best for you and Nikki, you're gonna have to say goodbye to somebody. Forever.

    • Sean: I know this is hard for you, Christian. I've been either at your side or in the next room for every one of your surgeries but you need to get used to having an identity as a doctor without me.

    • Christian: I don't want you in the porn business any more. Period. And I want you to stop selling those dolls. Do you realize how many men are boning you right now? I went online. Hundreds of those things have been sold. Kimber: Twelve hundred and thirty eight. Each sale's eight thousand dollars in my pocket, by the way. Christian: Well, now we're getting married, you don't need the money. Kimber: It's not about the money, Christian. This is about my career. Christian: How would you feel if I took a mould of my cock, passed it round South Beach and called it a career?

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    Notes (6)

    • For his 3 episode-arc, Tanner Richie (Austin) was nominated for the 2006 Young Artist Award for Best Performance By A Guest Starring Young Actor In A Television Series (Comedy Or Drama).

    • International Air Dates: Czech Republic: October 1, 2008 on TV Nova

    • Anne Heche is credited as a Special Guest Star

    • Bob Gunton receives the 'and' credit

    • This is an extended episode. In the past only the Season 3 premiere has gone on for longer than the usual time, but peculiarly this episode lasts 57 minutes. On it's original airing it ran for one hour and twenty minutes (commercials included).

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    Trivia (5)

    • Goof: When Christian tries to convince Sean to help with the facial transplant, a crew member's elbow is briefly visible as Sean resumes packing boxes.

    • In the initial consult, mention is made of the 'conjoined twins' surgery. This is a reference to 2.9 'Rose And Raven Rosenberg' when Sean and Christian separated conjoined twins.

    • Real Life Comparison: On November 27th 2005, a team of French plastic surgeons performed the world's first facial transplant. The real life surgery occurred after this episode first aired. However, face transplant surgery had long been a theoretical possibility in the plastic surgery community.

    • Music: "Faith in me" by Pole Folder featuring Kirsty Hawkshaw "As the rush comes" by Motorcycle (Gabriel and Dresden Chill-out Mix)

    • For the first time in the show's history, a surgery takes place without any music. It's the closing scene of the episode, and Liz claims that she can't find any "suitable music for this moment".

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