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  • Season 2 Episode 16: Joan Rivers

  • Goof: When Christian, Sean and Julia are using the laptop computer to search the Internet, several shots show a black screen meaning the computer is turned off or in screen saver mode.

  • Featured Music:

    "Joaquin Rodrigo's 'Concierto De Aranjuez'" by Tangerine D'or (Sean's 'dream sequence' about to perform latest Carver victim surgery/Escobar tells Sean to kill The Carver)
    "Cars" by Gary Newman (Also in the Escobar counseling Sean scene)
    "Epoca" by Gotan Project (Christian confronts Ava about leaving with Matt/Christian attempts to have sex with Ava)
    "Queremos Pas" by Gotan Project (Christian and Sean arrive at Barrett Moore's house)
    "Wild Horses" by Rolling Stones (Barrett & Ava talk pre surgery/Ava put under/Ava & Matt fighting)
    "City Ports" by Forss (Ava packing/Adrian returns/Adrian kills himself)
    "All I Know" by Art Garfunkel (Aftermath of Adrian's suicide/McNamara & Troy dinner/aftermath of Ava/Adrian post-suicide/Sean & Christian/Ava leaving for Paris/Christian being attacked by 'Carver')

  • Season 2 Episode 15: Sean McNamara

  • In the scene where Sean is interviewed, we can clearly see that he is sitting in his office with the aquarium right behind him. But in one shot where you can see the cameraman, the aquarium disappears, what's behind Sean is a white wall.

  • Goof: When the porn nurse goes down on her companion, you hear a zipper sound effect. But in the wide shot you can see the man is wearing baggy hospital scrubs, nothing with a zipper.

  • Featured Music:

    "You In My Hut Now" by The Jungle Brothers (Christian having sex with Gwen Camden in his office)
    "Lucky With Disease" by Elbow (Sean's facial reconstructive surgery/Christian greeting Wilbur and James at his door)
    "Take Me Home" by Aqualung (Sean with Julia in his bedroom post 'Carver' attack/Sean operating on the 'Carver's' latest homecoming-queen victim)

  • Season 2 Episode 14: Trudy Nye

  • Featured Music:

    "Love Will Keep Us Together" by Captain & Tennille (On Christian's XM radio when he leaves Natasha in the car to go in video store/car gets stripped)
    "Got To Be A Love" by Greyboy (Kimber & Sean at dinner and in bed)
    "Schubert's Piano Mass No. 6" by Le D (Kimber's 'palm-line' surgery)
    "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do" by Neil Sedaka (Trudy Nye's 2nd rhinoplasty operation)

  • Season 2 Episode 13: Oona Wentworth

  • Goof: When Hannah is talking to Merrill in the hallway, her hair changes from bangs down to bangs up two times.

  • Featured Music:

    "Who Am I" by Peace Orchestra
    "More, More, More" by Andrea True Connection
    "Everybody Got Their Something" by Nikka Costa
    "Back To Life" by Soul II Soul
    "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" by Samantha Fox
    "Key West" by Village People
    "Goodbye Stranger" by Supertramp

  • Season 2 Episode 12: Julia McNamara

  • When Christian and Julia are doing coke by the pool in her fantasy life, he has three lines on the tray then snorts one, but after Julia "does a line" there are still 2 lines left.

  • The chess set used during Julias dream sequence is identical with the used in the film X-men, also staring Famke Janssen.

  • Sean reveals that Annie was named after his grandmother.

  • Featured Music:

    "Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go Go's (during patient's lip necrosis re-constructive surgery)
    "Searchin" by Alex Cortiz (Ava greets Julia as she wakes into her 'alternative' life)
    "Bright Nights" by Koop (Christian & Julia having dinner)
    "Promises, Promises" by Naked Eyes (Christian/Julia/Kimber at Troy's indoor pool)
    "Haven't Got Time For The Pain" by Carly Simon (Mrs. Grubman's face-lift surgery)
    "You're So Vain" by Carly Simon (Julia & Christian at home/Julia reveals she can't have children/Christian reveals Kimber is pregnant with his child)
    "You Can't Always Get What You Want" (choral-intro mix) by Rolling Stones (Ava reveals she's 'Angel of Death'/Julia 'flat lines'/dies in dream sequence)

  • Matt has two completely different biological parents in the dream sequence, yet his basic physical appearance is the same.

  • Goof: When Dr. Troy is in the swimming pool and arranges three lines of coke on the tray, he snorts one then Julia snorts one and when the tray is pulled down there are still two lines there.

  • Season 2 Episode 11: Natasha Charles

  • Featured Music:

    "Tough On Crime" by Rebecca Pidgeon (Sean/Julie at Annie's school fundraiser)
    "I'll Be Seeing You" by Rickie Lee Jones (Ocular eye-appointment with Christian & Natasha)
    "Just Be" by Kirsty Hawkshaw (1st song at restaurant when Natasha meets her internet 'blind' date and Christian is 'observing')
    "All The Way to the Top" by Jazzupstarts (2nd song at bar while Natasha's date asks Christian about her)
    "Full On" by Chungking (3rd song at restaurant when Christian joins Natasha at her table after her date leaves)
    "In My Head" by Psapp (Final song in restaurant when Christian & Natasha are sitting together)
    "Natasha" by Rufus Wainwright (Christian & Natasha make love)

  • Goof: When Christian and Natasha are kissing in the restaurant, from one angle she is holding his chin with her hand, but from the next angle she isn't. This continues throughout the whole scene.

  • Goof: When Julia goes to get her breast implants, she takes one last look at herself and has her wedding band on her finger, but the next shot of her it's gone.

  • Season 2 Episode 10: Kimber Henry

  • Featured Music:

    "A Boy Named Sue" by Johnny Cash (Live at San Quentin) (Ike Connors breast augmentation surgery)
    "Malibu" by 7-Hurtz (Sean & Kimber in bed)
    "Machine Says Yes" by FC Kahuna (Julia getting ready to go out to bar)
    "Tension On Sight" by 7-Hurtz (1st song at bar/Julia meets Roger)
    "Machine Says Yes" (Reprise) by FC Kahuna (2nd song at bar/Julia getting drunk/Roger invites Julia up to his room)
    "Alpha" by Elvis (Sean picks Julia up from Roger's hotel/Sean in his bedroom with Kimber doll)

  • Real Life Comparison: The patient in this episode is a male writer who wants to get breast implants as material for a new book. This is similar to Brian Zembick in 2000. He was a gambler who won a bet by getting breast implants and keeping them for a year. Unlike the episode's patient, Zembick decided to keep his breast implants because he liked the way girls responded to them. He famously showed them to the world on The Man Show.

  • When the doctors throw the breast implants around they are just packed loose in the box. However, in reality, breast implants are supplied in their own sealed sterile packets.

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depression, controversial, corruption, bloody and violent, bad parenting