Nip/Tuck

Season 5 Episode 12

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 05, 2008 on FX
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Eden looks to Sean for help after getting into business with Kimber and Ram. A group of wealthy socialites hire Christian for all of their cosmetic surgery needs. Sean discovers another side of Colleen.

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Lawrence Zarian

Lawrence Zarian

Dr. Michael Berkowitz

Guest Star

Christopher Boyer

Christopher Boyer

Dr. Cashman

Guest Star

Leslie Grossman

Leslie Grossman

Bliss Berger

Guest Star

AnnaLynne McCord

AnnaLynne McCord

Eden Lord

Recurring Role

John Schneider

John Schneider

Ram Peters

Recurring Role

Sharon Gless

Sharon Gless

Colleen Rose

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Just before she is confronted by Colleen, Eden is talking on the phone to Chaz. This is Chaz Darling, her friend (played by Jai Rodriguez), who featured in an earlier episode of the same name.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Christian: It's like I'm Michelangelo... with a 10 blade.

    • Sean: (to Christian) Listen, Michelangelo, I'm glad you're feeling inspired, but just remember-the difference between a plastic surgeon and a sculptor is the marble doesn't sue if you screw it up.

    • Christian: What?! Just say it! Ok. I'm an idiot!
      Sean: And?
      Christian: And what? You want to get on my knees?

    • Christian: Don't panic, Liz! She's not gonna look like a cat, she's just gonna have.. a feline essence!
      Liz: Oh, and where did you get that line? Out of her litter box?!

    • Christian: (Looking at Colleen) Gee, looks like the star making machine is working double shifts in here.

  • NOTES (5)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Eden: We didn't come here for your approval. We need your help.
      Christian: Well, since you've come to the Wizard, I'm sorry to say that we have no more brains left. (to Kimber) Or hearts.

      This is a reference to The Wizard of Oz, in which two of Dorothy's companions, the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodsman, seek out the Wizard for a brain and a heart, respectively.

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