Just when it looked like we were on our way to a major break-up, Nip/Tuck threw fans a curve ball last night as we head in to the series' final five episodes. For as much as Sean may despise Christian, what he's done, and how he acts, sticking with him for 25 years has left a scar -- Sean may see himself as the opposite of Christian, but the rest of the world views them as one and the same.
On some level Sean must realize that. If he didn't, the same impulses that he had when Curtis' wife Sarah came on to him last night would have been triggered the first time he thought about sex with Kimber. Within Sean, it seems at times his own conscience is at war with a simmering jealousy for what Christian gets away with. He may frown upon Christian's infidelities, but after what he did with Kimber, he's no better.
Sean may be the only person who knows what he did now, but that doesn't matter -- the scent of Christian has tainted Sean no matter how he views himself. So it wasn't much of a surprise when Curtis accused Sean of sleeping with his wife. Obviously, Sean said no to Sarah but his association with Christian negated anything Sean said. It's killed his credibility. I did, however, find it a little odd that Curtis so willingly believed his wife. He must've had no idea she was sleeping around on him. Regardless, no "more saving the children in Africa" for Sean.
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