Episodes: 100 (hour)
TV show dates: July 22, 2003 — March 3, 2010
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Dylan Walsh, Julian McMahon, John Hensley, Joely Richardson, Roma Maffia, Linda Klein, Kelly Carlson, Kelsey Batelaan, Jessalyn Gilsig, Bruno Campos, Valerie Cruz, Sanaa Lathan, AnnaLynne McCord, Vanessa Redgrave, Famke Janssen, Portia de Rossi and Robert LaSardo
TV show description:
This series follows the lives of two hotshot plastic surgeons who own and operate the McNamara-Troy surgery center in sunny Miami, Florida. The operation later moves to the glitzy and appearance-obsessed city of Los Angeles.
Wishy-washy Sean McNamara (Dylan Walsh) throws himself into his work, in part to avoid facing his problems at home. He tries as best he can to keep his family together by patching up the relationship with his spiteful wife Julia (Joely Richardson) and maintaining relationships with their rebellious teenage son, Matt (John Hensley), and Annie (Kelsey Batelaan), their young daughter.
Sean’s business partner is the sex-craved and morally-challenged Christian Troy (Julian McMahon). He frequently uses his charms to reel in potential female candidates and will guilelessly do just about anything in pursuit of the almighty buck — lying, stealing, and blackmail. While Sean takes his job seriously, he frequently has to clean up his arrogant partner’s mistakes. One problem that won’t go away so easily is their relationship with South American drug lord Escobar Gallardo (Robert LaSardo).
Other characters include Christian’s on-again/off-again girlfriend, Kimber Henry (Kelly Carlson); sex-addicted Gina Russo (Jessalyn Gilsig); bi-sexual surgeon Quentin Costa (Bruno Campos); in-house anesthesiologist Liz Cruz (Roma Maffia); staff psychologist Grace Santiago (Valerie Cruz); and loyal surgical nurse Linda (Linda Klien).
Episode 100 — Hiro Yoshimura
Christian and Sean have a big surprise for Liz and Matt tries to find happiness with Ava.
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First aired: March 3, 2010.