Nip/Tuck
Bye-bye, Anne Heche. Nice to see Nikki safely left town with her son, leaving behind a note for Sean. That came right after a dream sequence (can we please stop it with the dream sequences?) where that creepy guy pointed a gun at Nikki after already killing Austin. Thankfully, it was just Sean daydreaming. Speaking of the creepy guy, the actor who played him

Jon Sklaroff played creepy "Sean the Sound Guy" on The Comeback (he was the one who always freaked out Valerie when he put her mike on) and he just last week played the guy who raped and killed a 13-year-old girl on Boston Legal. If you want someone to play a creepy guy, go to Jon Sklaroff. His first scene in tonight's episode reminded me of the infamous George Michael public-restroom arrest (tell me you thought the same thing). While we're on the subject of creepy, let's talk about the facial-transplant surgery. I didn't need to see that. (Hey, The Comeback may be gone, but its catch phrase will live forever.) Too bad the facial transplant wasn't successful. At least it reunited Christian, Sean and Liz in the operating room and it addressed Quentin's cocaine abuse. I figured something was up when he took that quick snort last week before asking Julia to take on some of their clients. Oh, Quentin why do you think they call it dope? And then there's Christian, Kimber and the Kimber look-alike. I knew he'd sleep with the Kimber clone just to prove a point. I love that Kimber had Christian sign a prenup where he had to promise to be faithful while she promised to give up her porn career. Of course, she added a clause allowing threesomes. What would Nip/Tuck be without threesomes?  Dave Anderson

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