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  • Season 2 Episode 6: Bobbi Broderick

  • Featured Music:

    "Girl From Ventimiglia" by Saint Privat (Matt goes to see Ava at her house/conducts "trust" exercise)
    "Lies" by Thompson Twins (Bobbi Broderick's stomach-lipo surgery)
    "Una Musica Brutal" by Gotan Project (Christian visits Ava at her house)
    "Milkshake" by Kelis (Christian & Sean working out at gym)
    "Filthy/Gorgeous" by Scissor Sisters (Mrs. Calderolla's lip reconstructive surgery/segue to Sean 'introducing' Christian to Ava)
    "Volare" by Dean Martin (Mrs. Calderolla's post-op with Sean and her husband)
    "Ocean Beat" by Tosca (Matt having dinner with Ava and 'collecting' on agreement)

  • Goof: When Ava helps Julia breathe during the jogging, Ava's right hand is on Julia's shoulder and her left is on Julia's waist. But when the camera changes angle, Ava's left hand is on Julia's shoulder and her right hands is out of the frame.

  • Goof: During the interview with Bobbi and Sean at his desk, the strap of Bobbi's white purse goes from one side to the other without anyone touching it throughout the scene.

  • Goof: After Ava hands over her water bottle to Julia, her hands go from her waist to crossed-arms throughout the shots.

  • Season 2 Episode 7: Naomi Gaines

  • When Andrea Hall finds out that Christian is 40, she says that she would have guessed 36. The episode aired exactly one week after Julian McMahon's 36th birthday.

  • Newspaper article:

    Serial Rapist Carves Another Victim
    By Hoot Maynard.

    An unknown assailant who raped and robbed one woman and molested and robbed another two weeks ago has struck again. Days after the attack on Mrs Jawcrak, Hardacre, 24, raped a teenage girl the court was told. Police Detectives are "repelled" by details of the case.

  • Featured Music:

    "Hayling" by FC Kahuna (Matt & Ava in bed/Adrian walks in)
    "Sidewalk" by 7-Hurtz (Naomi Gaines consult with Sean & Christian)
    "Ciao" by Cinerex (Christian seduces reporter Andrea Hall at bar)
    "City Ports" by Forss (Matt/Ava/Adrian at Ava's pool)
    "Skin Trade" by Duran Duran (Naomi Gaines' facial reconstructive surgery)
    "State of Mind" by Aaron Kaplan (Matt/Adrian talk in Matt's room/Adrian kisses Matt)
    "City Ports" (Reprise) by Forss (Matt breaks up with Ava/Matt confronts Julia about his paternity)

  • Joely Richardson loses her accent quite a bit during the scene in which her character argues with Eva.

  • Goof: When Adrian says "I'm so used to have asked things at home..." his lips don't move until the camera changes angle.

  • Goof: When Julia says "You have to understand this doesn't change the way I feel about you", her hands are palm-to-palm with the fingertips pointing to Matt. But when the camera changes angle, Julia's hands are on her chest without movement.

  • Season 2 Episode 9: Rose & Raven Rosenberg

  • Featured Music:

    "Don't Fear The Reaper" by Blue Oyster Cult (Coming from college dorm room next to Sean & Christian's while studying for R&R's surgery)
    "Flower Duet" from 'Lakme' opera by Leo Delibes (Rose & Raven's separation surgery)
    "Deacon Blue" by Steely Dan (Sean & Renee - prostitute and Julia look-a-like - at bar)
    "Can We Still Be Friends" by Todd Rundgren (Christian/Sean/Renee 3-way at dorm room)
    "Flower Duet" from 'Lakme' opera (Reprise) by Leo Delibes (Sean & Christian put Rose & Raven together again post-death)

  • Real Life Comparison: Rose and Raven are conjoined twins. There have been many cases of surgeries separating twins. However, this episode has similarities to the 1991 separation of Gracie and Rosie Attard. The surgery resulted in the death of Rosie.

  • Ryan Murphy's signature is on one of the documents in Christian and Sean's file when they see the advisor about splitting up their business.

  • The clock in the surgery stays at 3:42, Raven's time of death, at the end of the episode. Whether this is intentional or a goof is unknown.

  • 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.

  • Day light can be seen through the windows when Julia is at the bar.

  • As Sean sits at home watching boxing and drinking, the fight has 0:14 left on the clock the first time we see a shot of the TV. The next time we see the TV, the fight has about 0:47 left on the clock. Talk about a time warp!

  • 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)

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