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“Nip /Tuck: The Sixth and Final Season”
Wayne Klein
Studio: Warner Home Video
Release Date:
Special Features:

Featuette, deleted scenes, gag reel


“Nip/Tuck” was long overdue to call it quits. The show ran out of steam three seasons ago. The sixth season ties things up for the most part. Reflecting the real world last season McNamara/Troy Plastic Surgery struggled during the economic hard times that faced everyone in the real world. Liz filed papers to divorce Christian opening the door to Christian (Julian McMahon) to marry Kimber (Kelly Carlson) while Sean (Dylan Walsh)made the mistake of marrying Teddy (Katee Sackhoff) who tried to pull a “step father” (which is a bit ironic given that actor Walsh played the title character in the remake of “The Stepfather”) and tried to murder her new family.

Image & Sound:

“Nip/Tuck” looks quite nice with good detail on DVD. Blacks are occasionally crushed and there are some minor issues with digital artifacts that muck up the works a bit but overall colors are accurate and detail quite good. ***

Audio is also good although this isn’t a action driven show so keep in mind that dialogue tends to dominate but there is some nice use of the surround speakers for ambient sounds. ---

Special Features:

I have to give Warner credit for giving us special features for the final season of “Nip/Tuck”. We get “Tell Me What You Don’t Like About Yourself” a featurette that focuses on the psychology that drives people to seek plastic surgery even if there’s truly nothing wrong with them that we can see. ***

We also get deleted scenes and a gag reel. ---

Final Words:

Although “Nip/Tuck” had jumped the shark at least two seasons ago, the popular series continued to draw viewers in. The writing isn’t quite as strong for the final season but is an improvement over seasons 4 and 5.


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