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Green Wall Makes Appearance on Nip/Tuck

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Nip/TuckIf you haven’t watched last night’s episode of Nip/Tuck, there are some *spoilers* to follow. Proceed with caution.

First of all, the episode took place switching back & forth between present day and 2026. Baby Connor is all grown up, and is planning on doing the surgery on his other hand, so that he can unhook a girl’s bra all by himself.

Two things that are ecorazzi relevant happened in this episode. Both happened in ‘future Connor’s’ shrink’s office. While explaining his babyhood to the doctor, Connor explained that his parents broke up when he was about 6 months old and a big hurricane was about to hit Miami (Lenore), he continued, “Back when hurricanes were rare.” Fine, not a totally exciting tidbit, but a global warming reference nonetheless.

Here’s the cool part, the wall in the psych’s office was a green wall. For me, this was awesome to see. I love that watching TV is important to my work. Sorry, no pics!

However, the blogosphere wasn’t a big fan of last night’s show. (Too bad ‘future Annie’ is a freak…such a sweet girl.) And I’ve only found one person that mentioned the wall. Enjoy a sampling of her thoughts below, or read the whole thing.

I love Nip/Tuck. And then the WORST EPISODE EVER HAPPENED!!!!!!!! This was so offensive to me, because I love this show more than I will love my own children, and its like watching the love of your life fail miserably at something that they put there heart and soul into. It was painful to watch.

Also, what awesome technology did they have that caused moss to grow on that wall in the psychiatrist’s office?

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