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Featured Music: "She Blinded Me With Science" by Thomas Dolby (Heroin breast implant removal surgery) "Baby" by Koop (Christian/Kimber/Bobolit at Bobolit's house) "Freaky (To You)" by Sweet Stuff (Christian/Gina have 'labor-inducement' sex) "Cars" by Gary Numan (Sean goes to Escobar's to kill him) "Rapture" by Blondie (Sean's post-attempt to kill Escobar/Escobar asks for new face) "Wild World" by Cat Stevens (Sean in hotel/Julia comes to get back together) "Following" by Chungking (McNamara's/Christian having dinner at ending) "Machine Gun" by Commodores (Escobar gets busted at airport by FBI with 'new' face of Jorge Barco)
Real Life Comparison: Escobar's surgery is loosely based on the surgery of Amado Carrillo Fuentes. He was a powerful drug dealer. In July 1997, he died while having plastic surgery to drastically alter his face so he could disappear.
Goof: After Sean pulls the gun on Escobar you can see him going to again in the mirror.
Goof: On the FBI Ten Most Wanted List, Escobar's nationality and place of birth are listed as "Columbia." Of course, it should be "Colombia."
The Miami Herald newspaper that Christian was reading was in an older format than the current one.
This is the first time we see Christian get rejected by a woman.
"Ravel's Bolero" by Jazzelicious (Christian attempts to botox Sean)
"So Nice (Summer Samba)" by Bebel Gilberto (Sean's birthday party)
"I Wish" by Stevie Wonder (Christian 'helps' Gina nurse/Sean blows out birthday candles/Sean examines his ass and gives himself botox)
"Eyes Without A Face" by Billy Idol (Libby Zucker's gun-shot reconstructive surgery)
"Justine" by Brookville (Christian 'interviews' the nanny)
"Hold 'Dat" (Richard X Re-mix) by Prince Po (Christian attempts to pick up Nicole Watts (orthopedics resident) in bar)
"Last Tango in Paris" by Gotan Project (Christian still at bar w/Nicole as she turns him down)
"Last Tango in Paris" (Reprise) by Gotan Project (Christian consults with Erica on face-lift surgery)
"Lovergirl" by Teena Marie (Julia & Erica work out at the gym)
"Bach's Overture #3" by Zigo (Erica Noughton's face-lift surgery)
"Vibrate" by Rufus Wainwright (Libby shoots Chad Myer/Sean eating cake by himself/Christian with Wilbur blowing out candles on his 40th birthday cupcakes)
Goof: When Christian faces the 25-year old woman, one shot shows the young man getting up. Then the next shot shows the young man getting up again.
Goof: When Christian is threatening to give Sean a botox injection at the beginning of the episode, the position of the plunger in the syringe changes several times from about 0.3 ml to empty.
"Me & Yoko Ono" by Tosca ft Anna Clementi (Christian's nose breaks during sex with model)
"Rimsky Korsakov's - Flight of the Bumblebee" by J-Radikal (Jess' neck hematoma surgery)
"The Trout" (Quintet for piano, violin, violoncello and double bass in A Major, Op. posth. 114, D. 667) by Franz Schubert (Christian at 1st rhinoplasty appointment/recruits new patient)
"Just Let Go" by Fischerspooner (Calvin Murray's third-nipple surgery)
"Just Let Go" (Reprise) by Fischerspooner (Julia & Erica talking as she drains her face from surgery/Sean hitting Jaguar blocking his parking space)
"Body Language" by Queen (Christian and Dr. Monica at his 2nd rhinoplasty consult)
"Step Aside" by Clawfinger (Christian gives himself a rhinoplasty)
"Force" by Dog (2nd song during Christian's self rhinoplasty)
Christian disrobes so that a dermatologist can examine him for moles. He said he often tans in the nude. Later on we see his bottom end and it is quite pale. Doesn't match the tan on the rest of his body
When Sean is talking to Matt about the hit and run, he mentions that it happened 6 months ago. However, at the deposition, the lawyer states the hit and run took place 9 months ago.
Goof: In the Parking Lot scene, when Sean was backing up his car, the front license plate reads "DLM456". In the next shot when his car was pulling away, the plate is blank.
"Collective for Changuito" by Amampondo (Manya Mabika's reconstructive surgery)
"Falling" by Chris Coco (Christian/Gina argue about Wilbur at Gina's apartment)
"Let's Get It On" by Marvin Gaye (Christian & Manya in bed/Christian attempts to give her an orgasm/flashing between Sean & Julia in bed as well)
"More Than This" by Roxy Music (Alopecia patient Elias Perry's hair-transplant surgery)
"Angels" by Wax Poetic (Julia & Sean having sex as Julia fantasizes about Christian)
Goof: You can see the boom mic above Julie's head in a quick flash when she is arguing with her mother in the kitchen.
It is revealed that Gina had 292 sexual partners in the last three years.
"Satie's Blues" by Margaret Leng-Tan (Annie's 'Princess Menses' tea party/Kimber getting ready/meeting Christian for lunch)
"Baby" by Koop ft Cecilia Stalin (Christian & Kimber at lunch)
"Cosmopolitans" by Erin McKeown (Kimber at lunch with Christian/doing coke in bathroom)
"Humble Girl" by Anjali (Kimber returns from bathroom & nose starts bleeding at table with Christian)
"Mother's Little Helper" by Rolling Stones (Mrs. Grubman's knee surgery/flat lines)
"Moonlight Sonata" by Dakesh York (Kimber's nasal reconstructive surgery)
Goof: During the wide shot of Sean, Julia and Suzanne standing up, Julia's right hand is on her cheek in shock. But the following close-up shot of her and Sean, Julia's hand suddenly appears on her waist.
In one of Sean's attempts to be bold, he decides to take his family to a new restaurant. There he is presented with the option of ordering Fugu, and decides to be brave and try it. However, Fugu is a highly restricted food that requires a special license to be sold. Only 17 restaurants in the United States are allowed to serve it and none of them is located in Miami.
"Pride" by Syntax (Sean talking to Julia on cell/car crash)
"Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by The Supremes (Joel Gideon's frost-bite reconstructive surgery)
"I'll Find A Way" by Rachael Yamagata (Christian says private goodbye to Wilbur in his bedroom)
"Answer" by Sarah McLachlan (Christian & Julia at his apartment/Julia reveals Matt is his son)
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