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Gerhard
1st May 2007, 23:17
Phew; another corker of an episode. A real pity that Jacqueline Bisset has been removed from the picture, so to speak. She was a real biscuit ...

What amazes me is how anyone can have plastic surgery after watching some of the procedures in this show. Ew!

Nip/Tuck continues to tread fearlessly in its assault against Scientology. Matt and Kimber decide to spice up their sex life by staging a porno movie.

Apparently 'aggressive' (i.e. assertive) sex during pregnancy can imprint negatively on the developing foetus as abuse, according to Scientology.

Kimber referred to the figure of Xenu -- out of curiosity, I Googled the name, and was amazed to learn that Scientology believes in an extraterrestrial origin of humanity. The chief alien was Xenu. Apparently the Church of Scientology is very tight-lipped about this aspect of their organisation.

And there we thought Nip/Tuck was weird ...

Ria
3rd May 2007, 12:29
I loved Matt's exchange with Sean about how to get Kimber hot. Even funnier was Matt's reply that if that was what Sean did to Kimber imagine the stories that Christian has. Thankfully Sean didn't have to pull the replical doll out of the cupboard :)

I'm quite glad that James is now out of the pictur. I felt that storyline was going nowhere. But Michelle is still in the crap. Somehow I still get the feeling that there is never going to be a 'happily ever after' for Christian.

Gerhard
3rd May 2007, 12:31
I loved Matt's exchange with Sean about how to get Kimber hot.

Yeah, that was a scream. I sometimes think the writers sit down and say to each other: now how can we inflame all anal retentives and the religious right in this episode? Hey, let's have a honest discussion, in a doctor's office, about to stimulate a jaded porn star to orgasm ... Heh heh.

Audrey
4th May 2007, 08:30
Personal opinion, but I am getting bored with this show. I actually don't care what happens to the characters any more. Ever since they showed that episode when they are all old, it has lost a lot of its momentum for me.

I will say thank God, James is dead. She was irritating me intensely, especially when she killed the poor hobo off, (Charles Haid).

I'm sure you are all devestated to hear this.:) :lol:

Gerhard
4th May 2007, 16:02
Ever since they showed that episode when they are all old, it has lost a lot of its momentum for me.

Ooh, I loved the flash-forward episode. It was sad and lyrical, like a Greek tragedy (only with better music and less wailing).