'Nip/Tuck' Performs Final Surgeries - Starpulse


The Los Angeles doors of McNamara/Troy will be closing forever this March, as one of television's most risqué dramas ends its 100 episode run. Creator Ryan Murphy's bizarre tale of two plastic surgeons, who share not only a business, but a tumultuous brother-like relationship, has been able to shock the viewing audience over the past seven years, week in and week out.


The dynamic duo of Sean McNamara played by Dylan Walsh, and Christian Troy, played by Julian McMahon, will look for personal and professional closure as one of the most graphic and dramatic shows in television history comes to an end. From transsexuals to necrophilia, Murphy's Nip/Tuck has touched on just about every category of controversial as he possibly could during the show's 100 episode run.


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Feb 19, 2010 11:42AM EST

It's about time that show retired. How it survived for so long is beyond me. Don't get me wrong, I really did like the first few seasons and appreciated the daring concept. But after season 4, at the very latest, Nip/Tuck has become a synonym for Depressing/Redundant. What a sad example for dragging a good thing out for far too long...

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