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Nip/Tuck (season 6)

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Nip/Tuck
Season 6
Nip tuck season 6.jpg
DVD cover
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes19
Release
Original networkFX
Original releaseOctober 14, 2009 (2009-10-14) –
March 3, 2010 (2010-03-03)
Season chronology
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Season 5
List of Nip/Tuck episodes

The sixth and final season of Nip/Tuck premiered on October 14, 2009 and concluded on March 3, 2010. Though a seventh season was originally set to air in 2011, the remaining nine episodes were merged into the sixth season.[1][2][3]

Cast and characters

Main cast

Special guest stars

Recurring cast

Episodes

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byPatient PortrayerOriginal air dateProd.
code
821"Don Hoberman"Brad FalchukRyan MurphyMark AtteberryOctober 14, 2009 (2009-10-14)3T7901
In the sixth season premiere, Sean and Christian struggle to keep McNamara/Troy thriving in a failing economy, and enlist another surgeon to attain additional income. Liz receives life-altering news, and Matt and Kimber seek new, separate career paths with mixed results. Meanwhile, Sean remains distant from Teddy despite their seemingly flourishing relationship.
832"Enigma"John Stuart ScottLyn Greene & Richard LevineParker CroftOctober 21, 2009 (2009-10-21)3T7902
Sean makes unusual attempts to battle his insomnia. Christian and Kimber begin a joint business venture to alleviate financial strains. A furious Liz confronts Christian and offers Kimber unsolicited advice about him.
843"Briggitte Reinholt"Dirk CraftSean JablonskiLee GarlingtonOctober 28, 2009 (2009-10-28)3T7903
Sean and Teddy make a surprising announcement. Sean discovers some troubling news about his daughter, Annie, who is in town visiting. And when a patient, Briggitte Reinholt, dies, it seems to be her own fault... but is it?
854"Jenny Juggs"Jesse BochcoJennifer SaltKiersten WarrenNovember 4, 2009 (2009-11-04)3T7904
Christian struggles to understand a patient with anger-management issues. Sean and Christian learn how Matt is earning an income, despite Matt's attempts to keep it hidden. Meanwhile, Teddy convinces Annie to go on a camping trip with Sean and the rest of the family.
865"Abigail Sullivan"John Stuart ScottBrad FalchukAmy FarringtonNovember 11, 2009 (2009-11-11)3T7905
Matt's crime spree catches up with him, and Julia returns from New York to help in his recovery. Sean learns the frightening truth about Teddy. Plus, a new patient suffers from extreme separation anxiety.
876"Alexis Stone"Tim HunterHank ChiltonCandis CayneNovember 18, 2009 (2009-11-18)3T7906
Julia's mother, Erica, returns newly married to a much younger man, Renaldo Panettiere, and threatens to take custody of Annie and her brother. To thwart Erica's efforts, Sean and Julia present a happy and united front. Meanwhile, Christian takes to a new patient, Alexis Stone, and Dr. Mike Hamoui reveals his future plans with Kimber.
887"Alexis Stone II"John Stuart ScottRyan MurphyCandis CayneNovember 25, 2009 (2009-11-25)3T7907
Both Matt and Alexis Stone request unusual surgical procedures from Christian. Erica discovers the horrible truth about her new husband, Renaldo, and drops the custody case. And, after a lifetime of torment from her mother, Julia seeks revenge.
898"Lola Wlodkowski"Eric StoltzLyn Greene & Richard LevineDanica SheridanDecember 2, 2009 (2009-12-02)3T7908
Christian's views on beauty are questioned after witnessing Kimber's self-loathing and later having a sexual encounter with one of Liz's friends, an overweight and confident nudist. Sean, in the middle of an emotional crisis, encourages a patient, Tracy, (guest star Jessica Collins) to discover her own sexuality after she and her husband Skip (guest star Mark Deklin) request surgery to remove Tracy's nipples, in their continuing pursuit of becoming exact Barbie and Ken replicas.
909"Benny Nilsson"John Stuart ScottSean JablonskiLuke McClureDecember 9, 2009 (2009-12-09)3T7909
Sean is surprised by the sudden re-appearance of his long-lost brother Brendan (guest star Neil Hopkins), a drug addict and con artist who was believed to be dead. Brendan asks for surgery to repair his meth-ravaged face in order to start up his own business, but Christian doesn't trust his proclamations to be clean. A Swedish banker (guest star Hans Tester) requests surgery on his adopted son's face to make him look more like him. Christian forms an immediate friendship with the boy, but quickly discovers a shocking truth about the boy's relationship with his father. Christian faces financial ruin after he is left hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.
9110"Wesley Clovis"Tate DonovanJennifer SaltEric StonestreetDecember 16, 2009 (2009-12-16)3T7960

Sean suffers an ethical and moral dilemma when he is offered a deal which, in return for performing liposuction on an obese prisoner about to be executed, would result in Matt being released from prison. Christian, after discovering that Kimber is pregnant, orders her to have an abortion or lose him in the process. His ultimatum grows when he promises to marry her if she goes through with what he wants. A desperate Kimber turns to both Liz and Mike (Mario Lopez) when deciding how far she is prepared to go for the man she loves. Matt discovers information that could jeopardize his possible release.

Note: This episode aired on FX as the sixth season finale.
9211"Dan Daly"Elodie KeeneRyan MurphyWayne PéreJanuary 6, 2010 (2010-01-06)3T7961

As they prepare to accept a prestigious award from their alma mater, Sean grows increasingly tired of covering up Christian's numerous indiscretions, a pattern going back to their first initial meeting in college. Kimber, now married to Christian and working as an interior decorator, heads up the remodeling of the McNamara/Troy practice, but continues to worry about Christian's fidelity. A new patient, suffering from the self-mutilating disorder Lesch–Nyhan syndrome, comes to McNamara/Troy for reconstructive surgery. Guest starring George Newbern.

Note: This episode also aired on FX, as the seventh season premiere.
9312"Willow Banks"Tim HunterBrad FalchukMini AndenJanuary 13, 2010 (2010-01-13)3T7962
Kimber grows frustrated by changes in Christian's physical appearance and his lack of respect for her new career, pushing her into the arms of her newest interior design client: Sean. Christian refuses to operate on a former supermodel who wants to surgically alter her face in an effort to look ordinary. Sean operates on Rupert Kenney (guest star Andy Comeau), a survivor of an eighteen-year coma who wants to both look and feel like his younger self.
9413"Joel Seabrook"Tate DonovanHank ChiltonTim GuineeJanuary 20, 2010 (2010-01-20)3T7963
Kimber reaches an emotional crossroads in regards to both her crumbling marriage to Christian and her affair with Sean. Meanwhile, Christian comes to a point of clarity over his marriage while experimenting with the dangerous sex act of erotic asphyxiation. Sean reunites with his humanitarian college friend, Dr Curtis Ryerson (guest star George Newbern), and becomes interested in performing more pro-bono surgery. McNamara/Troy fix the face of a man who survived a suicide attempt jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge. Guest starring Mario Lopez.
9514"Sheila Carlton"Craig ZiskLyn Greene & Richard LevineChristine EstabrookJanuary 27, 2010 (2010-01-27)3T7964
Kimber's suicide devastates Christian, who seeks emotional comfort with her estranged mother Brandy (guest star Melanie Griffith). Sean postpones his trip to Africa out of respect for Christian's pain. While Curtis (guest star George Newbern) is out of the country, Sean has an intimate encounter with his doctor wife (guest star Christine Adams). McNamara/Troy operate on a woman whose faced was horrifically scarred by the pet chimpanzee owned by her best friend Jane (guest star Frances Conroy), who herself is crippled with guilt over killing the animal to save her friend's life.
9615"Virginia Hayes"Hank ChiltonHank ChiltonKate NorbyFebruary 3, 2010 (2010-02-03)3T7965
Sean and Christian are forced to re-visit past actions when Aurelia Gallardo (guest star Sandra Vergara), daughter of the deceased crime lord Escobar Gallardo (guest star Robert LaSardo), shows up at McNamara/Troy seeking answers about her father, stirring tremendous guilt within Sean. Christian's decision to operate on a small-town girl seeking surgery to make her a Hollywood "10" backfires, exposing an elaborate con in the process.
9716"Dr. Griffin"Tim HunterJennifer SaltDaniel BenzaliFebruary 10, 2010 (2010-02-10)3T7967
Sean and Christian begin psychotherapy in an attempt to resolve their escalating problems, with both revealing long-held secrets and their true perspectives on one another. Liz joins in with therapy too, revealing her own opinions on the Sean/Christian relationship, as well as a secret she has been keeping from Christian. Matt announces plans for the rest of his life, and introduces Sean and Christian to his fiancee Ramona (guest star Melonie Diaz).
9817"Christian Troy II"Diana ValentineSean JablonskiJulian McMahonFebruary 17, 2010 (2010-02-17)3T7966
McNamara/Troy face a troubling future when they discover a growing market in "injectable" procedures, which many believe will signal the death of plastic surgery. While under anesthetic during face lift surgery, Christian enters a dream world where he encounters past patients (guest stars Joan Rivers, Joan Van Ark and Donna Mills), experiences Sean's disappointments, comes to terms with Kimber's death, and meets his biological father (guest star Robert Davi). Liz dates a pharmaceutical rep (guest star Lesley Fera) separated from her husband. Guest starring George Newbern.
9918"Walter & Edith Krieger"Dirk CraftBrad FalchukHarold Gould & Hildy BrooksFebruary 24, 2010 (2010-02-24)3T7968
Ava Moore (guest star Famke Janssen) returns, requesting surgery to fix the face of her adopted son, who is suffering from Post kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis. Meanwhile, she discovers Matt's approaching nuptials, and once again manipulates her way into his life. At the same time, Julia arrives in Los Angeles with surprising news about her personal life, a revelation which provokes both Sean and Christian to make separate advances on her. Liz is told of the health of her unborn child. A married pair of elderly Holocaust survivors come to McNamara/Troy for surgical removal of their individual numbered tattoos, inflicted on them by the Nazis. But the removal provokes deep guilt in one of the pair. Guest starring Melonie Diaz.
10019"Hiro Yoshimura"John Stuart ScottRyan MurphyKoji KataokaMarch 3, 2010 (2010-03-03)3T7969
In the series finale, Christian strikes a deal with Ava (Famke Janssen) in which he'd operate on baby Raphael as long as she stays away from Matt. While preparing to leave for London, Julia worries about Sean's state of mind. Liz is overwhelmed by Sean's excitement over her pregnancy. Both Julia's worries and a vision of Kimber force Christian to reconsider his long-standing relationship with Sean. An elderly Japanese porn star comes to McNamara/Troy requesting surgery to remove surgical scars before his big debut in an American porn movie. Guest starring Melonie Diaz.

U.S television ratings

Season premiere Season finale
Date Viewers Total
(in millions)
Viewers
18–49
(in millions)
Date Viewers Total
(in millions)
October 14, 2009 2.9[4] 1.9[5] March 3, 2010 1.8

Reception

The sixth season received generally positive reviews from critics, holding a 63% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes,[6] the show’s lowest rated season on the site.[7] The site’s critic consensus read “Nip/Tuck wisely trains its focus on the relationship between the central duo of Christian and Sean during its final season, but this last hurrah often feels like an afterthought for a series that was left too long on the operating room table.”[6] Critic Kevin Carr wrote “Manages to keep things fresh and out-of-the-box... Just when you think the ideas get old, a new, bizarre cosmetic surgery element is thrown at you.”[6] whilst Michael Haigis quoted “Even though it may not have the lasting impact of its contemporaries, Nip/Tuck was a bell weather, revealing the true potential of FX.”[8] Joe Reid of The Atlantic gave a mixed review, writing “It was pretty much a guarantee that the final season of Nip/Tuck would be an ungainly mess, since that was the trajectory the show had been on since pretty much the beginning. But my oh my did it not disappoint in that respect.”[9] Many critics however argued that by the sixth series the show had run its course and criticized the show’s repetitive use of imbued scenes, with Tom Gliatto of People Magazine writing “The show was cutting-edge in many ways: the operating-room gore, the tone (cool, chic nastiness) and a willingness -- often exasperating, often perversely impressive -- to go waaaay over the top. Nip didn't just jump the shark, it pole-vaulted it,”[10] whilst Margaret Lyons wrote for New York Magazine “Nip/Tuck did not end when it ought to have and instead dragged its sorry bones to L.A., where it crapped away all its story integrity and became both boring and redundant.”[11] Cindy White of IGN Movies wrote “It's clear from watching these episodes that the show's better days are behind it. It's actually appropriate that Nip/Tuck should go out this way, considering it frequently explores the uphill struggle to maintain youth and vitality as time marches on.”[12]

References

  1. ^ DiNunno, Gina (March 2, 2010). "Nip/Tuck's Dylan Walsh: Finale May Not be What You Expect". TVGuide.com. Lionsgate. Retrieved March 26, 2010.
  2. ^ "'Nip/Tuck' to End Its Run in 2011". The Hollywood Reporter. posted on Entertainment Weekly. July 15, 2009. Retrieved March 26, 2010.
  3. ^ Hibberd, James (December 1, 2009). "Final season of 'Nip/Tuck' starts Jan. 6". The Hollywood Reporter. Nielsen Business Media. Archived from the original on March 31, 2010. Retrieved March 26, 2010.
  4. ^ "Cable Rating 'Nip/Tuck' returns to 2.92 million and a 1.4 adults 18–49 rating". Tvbythenumbers.com. Archived from the original on 2009-10-19. Retrieved 2010-01-23.
  5. ^ "The Secret Life of the American Teenager and Make it or Break it sets record for ABC family". Tvbythenumbers.com. Retrieved 2010-01-23.
  6. ^ a b c "NIP/TUCK: SEASON 6 (2009)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
  7. ^ "NIP/TUCK". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
  8. ^ "The 20 Best FX Network Original Series Of All Time". Screenrant. July 17, 2016. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
  9. ^ "Ranking All the Seasons of Ryan Murphy's Television Shows". The Atlantic. January 30, 2014. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
  10. ^ "Picks and Pans Review: So Long, Nip/Tuck". People Magazine. March 8, 2010. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
  11. ^ "Ranking all 13 of FX's Excellent Retired Dramas". Vulture. April 15, 2015. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
  12. ^ "Nip/Tuck - The Sixth and Final Season DVD Review". IGN. May 8, 2012. Retrieved May 13, 2020.
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