Nip/Tuck is an American drama series created by Ryan Murphy, which aired on FX in the United States between July 18, 2003 and March 3, 2010.
Sean McNamara and Christian Troy are two plastic surgeons running a partnership in Miami, Florida with different issues to life. Sean is a wishy-washy, weak-kneed, family man who distances himself with work to avoid his dysfunctional home life which includes his needy and spiteful wife Julia, his rebellious teenage son Matt and young daughter Annie. The more slick Christian is an arrogant, narcissistic, unethical, ladies man who worships wine, women, and the all mighty dollar, and will do just about anything to get what he wants (lie, cheat, steal, blackmail and seduce)and has no qualms about practically anything.Written by K. K. Wallace
- Sophia Bush admitted in an interview that she didn’t feel comfortable making the love scenes with co-star Kate Mara.
- Dr. Christian Troy’s character was originally named Dr. Christian Vega. The name was changed when Julian McMahon was cast in the role.
- In the first season, Roma Maffia’s character (Liz) has the surname Winters. From season 2 onwards, her surname has changed to Cruz.
- Each episode is named after a character undergoing plastic surgery in the episode.
- The stereo used while performing surgery is made by Bang & Olufsen from Denmark.
- In an interview at the Paley Center, creator Ryan Murphy said that the cast didn’t like season 3.
- The role of Sean McNamara was written specifically for Dylan Walsh.
- Joely Richardson left the series in season 4 for to be with her family in England. Although she was listed as part of the main cast in the intro, she only appeared in 18 of the 41 episodes of season 5 and 6.
- Ryan Murphy has admitted that he created the role of Marlowe Sawyer because he wanted to work with Peter Dinklage.
- The character of Kimber was only supposed to be on the pilot, but creator Ryan Murphy liked Kelly Carlson’s performance so much that keep her on the show.
- With this series, Ryan Murphy wanted to explore the superficiality of plastic surgery. He initially avoided setting the show in Los Angeles because he didn’t want celebrities to make guest appearances. But the practice eventually did move to LA in Season 4.
- The characters are based on the lives of the writers. Many people mistake the actors for their fictional counterparts.
- Liz is intended to be the conscience of the office.
- Some surgery scenes had to be edited because they were just too gory. Real plastic surgeons have remarked that plastic surgery isn’t as gory as this series makes it appear, but that’s just for show purposes.
- Gina Russo and Sofia Lopez were one-shot characters to begin with, but their roles were expanded due to their popularity.
- A medical advisor approves the authenticity of all surgical procedures on the show. None of them are real, even though they often appear that way. Whenever anyone said they looked real, the makeup people were flattered.
- The series has its own music video. A rare thing for a TV show.
- Despite playing a plastic surgeon, Julian McMahon admits he’s squeamish at the sight of blood.
- During Season 1, this was the highest rated series on American basic cable, and the highest rated among the 18-49 and 25-54 age range.
- Ryan Murphy told Bruno Campos from the beginning that Quentin Costa was going to be the Carver, so Campos could play subtlety every scene with that in mind. In fact, every time the Carver appears, Campos is wearing the costume.
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