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BTWF roles: Dylan Walsh in Kate & Allie
March 7th, 2018 under Before They Were Famous, Nip/Tuck. [ Comments: none ]

Before Dylan Walsh was a plastic surgeon on Nip/Tuck, he was just a college student on Kate & Allie. He looks the same now as he did when he was 23 in that 1987 episode.


Donnie Wahlberg’s cheesey photo!
February 2nd, 2013 under Nip/Tuck. [ Comments: none ]

Is Donnie Wahlberg as James Cagney would say a “dirty rat”? No it was just a photo from a scene from yesterday’s Blue Bloods.
And the New Kid on the Block had a message for his fans with the picture he Tweeted “people… fear not! danny is wearing a rubber glove while holding the “rat”. you can still “high five” me on tour. 😜” I don’t think his fans only want to high five him and I don’t think holding a rat would stop them from getting what they want.


What did Kimberly Carlson do to her hair?
March 7th, 2010 under Nip/Tuck. [ Comments: none ]

Now that Nip/Tuck is done, Kimberly Carlson changed up her look and dyed her blonde locks jet black. I hope she did it for a role because the darker hair aged her like 20 years. Not only did it age her, but it makes her very plain looking. She needs to lighten up ASAP.


Tonight is Nip/Tuck’s final cut
March 3rd, 2010 under Nip/Tuck. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 10p after 100 episodes, FX’s Nip/Tuck says goodbye. The show that started off a cut above the rest and then about midway through it lost it looks, but towards the end it got a much needed (face)lift and because of that I am sad to see this show go. Tonight’s episode was not originally suppose to be the last one, but FX decided to end it at 100 and because of that the episode feels kind of forced. Things wrap up for the series, but you are not feeling 100% satisfied. I think because after 7 seasons you were expecting the show end on a bang (literally) and it did not.
Either way I am so grateful that we had as much of the show as we did have because if Nip/Tuck was on any other network it would not have it made it episode 2. The things this show did and showed, opened the door for other shows to take risks that they would not have been able to do had Nip/Tuck not done them first!
Thank you and goodbye to Nip/Tuck!


Nip/Tuck’s final 9 surgeries begin tonight
January 6th, 2010 under Nip/Tuck. [ Comments: none ]

After 91 episodes, the final 9 shows of Nip/Tuck begin airing tonight on FX at 10p. The show picks up in 2011 with Kimber and Christian unhappily married and both of them are seeing other people. The financial situation for Troy/McNamara is looking up and their office is getting a Nip/Tuck of its own. On tonight’s episode Christian and Sean are being honored by the University of Miami (our Alma Mater) and we get a look back how these two became BFFs. The two actors they got to play the young them are f*cking brilliant. They not only captured their looks, but their mannerisms. Some of them I never realized until these two captured them perfectly. It seriously is really cool to get their backstory and how the two of them became the way they are today. Not only do we get to look back, but so do they and will remembering their past hurt their future? You will have to tune in to to see the second great episode in a row that feels like it did during the first season. Sadly next week things start getting bizarre again, but I really hope for the final seven episodes it goes out with a bang. Something this once groundbreaking show deserves to do.


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