Release Date:June 8,2010
Although no where near the quality of its first three seasons, the final season of the irreverent plastic surgery dramedy still has its moments even if its farewell has already been long forgotten.
A tuck, a lift, some lipo – they’re elective surgeries. And during a tough economy, the beautiful people elect not to have them. McNamara/Troy turns to a babe-magnet surgeon to help boost biz. Elsewhere in the Nip/Tuck orbit: Matt sets out to earn coin at the beach as a mime (the turn his new career takes may leave you speechless). Kimber laments the decline of her line of sex toys. And that Christian-Liz marriage? Sooo over. So don’t expect the docs to reject any opportunities, no matter how dicey. Create a lifelike mask for a cross-dresser to wear when he’s on the town in drag with his wife? Can do. Help two realtors look more like Barbie and Ken dolls? Sure. Accept the state’s request to lipo a morbidly obese Death Row inmate so he can be executed? The docs will have to think about that one.