Nip/Tuck: The Complete Fourth Season [4 Discs / WS / Blu-Ray] (Blu-ray Disc) (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV) (Eng)
- Cutting Room Floor: unaired scenes in high definition
- Clever Casting: The Season's Guest Stars
- Sizzle: The Sexuality of Nip/Tuck
- The Cutting Edge: how real-life dramas are incorporated into the show
- Severed Parts gag reel
Season 4, the last in Miami for Christian and Sean (Julian McMahon and Dylan Walsh), opens with a celebration: their 5000th surgery together. Out of the operating room, Christian's shrink (Brooke Shields), who's obsessed with him, tells him that his fear of emotional intimacy stems from a desire to be more than a friend and colleague to Sean. This haunts Christian, and he soon becomes emotionally intimate with physician Michelle Landau (Sanaa Lathan), the trophy wife of old and ailing venture capitalist Burt Landau (Larry Hagman), who buys McNamara/Troy and installs her as Christian and Sean's boss. Meanwhile, Michelle is harassed (and blackmailed) by a former boss of her own, a mysterious woman named James (Jacqueline Bisset), who has ties to Sean and Christian's old enemy, drug kingpin Escobar Gallardo (Robert LaSardo). As for Sean, his newborn son Conor's hand deformity leads to a disagreement with Julia (Joely Richardson) over corrective surgery. Advising against it is Conor's short-statured "manny" (Peter Dinklage), with whom Julia has an affair. In other plotlines, Matt McNamara (John Hensley) takes up with newly minted Scientologist Kimber (Kelly Carlson), who's really out to get back at Christian. And Liz (Roma Maffia) returns to McNamara/Troy but runs afoul of Michelle. She also finds romance with fellow anesthesiologist Poppy (Alanis Morissette) and experiences a health emergency. Among the Season 4 patients are a phone-sex operator (Kathleen Turner) looking for a "voice-lift"; a well-to-do gay man (Richard Chamberlain) who wants facial surgery for his younger boyfriend; the wife of a soon-to-return Iraq vet (Melissa Gilbert) whose dog bit off one of her nipples; a Frenchwoman (Catherine Deneuve) who wants her late husband's ashes placed in her breast implants; and the vulgar and gregarious Dawn Budge (Rosie O'Donnell), a lottery winner who becomes a frequent McNamara/Troy customer. ~ Paul Droesch, Rovi
Cast & Crew
Dylan Walsh - Sean McNamara
Julian McMahon - Christian Troy
Joely Richardson - Julia McNamara
John Hensley - Matt McNamara
Kelsey Lynn Batelaan - Annie McNamara
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Posted by: lourocc
from Holmdel, NJ on
10/07/2007Great show, don't miss this series. Its great to have all the shows so that its easier to follow the story, at your convenience.
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