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Nip\Tuck Seasons 1-4 Recap
Ranking Every Episode of Nip/Tuck
This article is from the archive of our partner. Ryan Murphy makes TV that's erratic, obnoxious, and endlessly frustrating. He's also capable of some of the finest, most viscerally entertaining seasons of television imaginable. His signature style is one of excess and barely contained chaos, so it's no surprise that so many of his shows just come flying apart at the seams. Sometimes, though. Sometimes everybody involved manages to hold on for dear life, and the high-wire act actually pays off for an entire season. And it is a sight to see.
Nov 11, Nip/Tuck ended after six seasons and one hundred episodes in and the Golden Globe for Best Drama in (it was nominated for the.
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The series touches on a number of taboo subjects that would still be considered a bit controversial today—including, on more than one occasion, pedophilia and incest—but at its heart, the series is about accepting people, including ourselves, with all of our flaws. Which makes it sound a lot more touchy-feely than it really is. Over the course of six seasons, viewers faced an onslaught of bizarre storylines that included brushes with drug-dealing, organ-harvesting, porn-making, Scientology, and an unhinged wannabe talent agent who kills a rival with a teddy bear-making machine. Now that Murphy rules the small screen, it's time to binge-watch the show that established him as one of the most unique voices on television—and invited viewers to look below the surface at what makes us all human. Time Requirements: Seven weeks.
Sign in. TV-MA 47 min Drama. Sean and Christian prepare for their upcoming recertification test, but Sean is distracted by recent news. Director: Michael M. Votes:
This one was mentioned pretty early on when I started the series and while it was already on my list I'd pushed it near the back because I couldn't remember exactly where it had gone wrong. Hell even after re-watching some key episodes to prepare for this I'm still not confident, though I think I've kind of got it narrowed down. You'll see, that's all I can say. The History. Murphy created the show in late and early for FX, who began airing it in the summer of Michael M.