When Jay Pharoah wants to become the most versatile actor in the world, he turns to experts to teach him new skills. Watch the video. Sean and Christian face a troubling future for their practice when they discover a growing black market in "injectable" procedures, which many believe will signal the death of plastic surgery. While under anesthetic during face lift surgery, Christian enters a dream world where he encounters past patients, experiences Sean's disappointments, comes to terms with Kimber's death, and he meets his late biological father. Meanwhile, Liz dates a pharmaceutical rep whom is separated from her husband. Written by matt If this episode writes the epitaph for the plastic surgery industry, then it comes all too late, this being the 98th episode out of All you devotees, the jokes on you? It is not the answer, it never was, it never could be. After scores and scores of episodes leaving her seared into my mind as the most despicable female character on network television, this was some positive tonic.
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Christian Troy is initially characterized as a self-absorbed womanizer with no qualms about using people to get what he wants. He drives flashy cars, wears Gucci suits, and frequents Miami 's best nightclubs. However, the character is eventually shown to have a vulnerable side beneath his callous exterior. In one episode, he confesses that he was molested as a child by his foster father. This early trauma destroyed his faith in a just god. In another story arc , he meets his biological mother, who tells him that he is the product of rape ; she then cuts off any contact with him because he looks just like his father, her rapist, and because she does not want her "real family" to know about that part of her life. He has had affairs with most of the series' female characters, including Sean's wife, Julia ; initially unbeknownst to Sean, his son Matt is, in fact, Christian's biological child, with whom he is very close and protective of. The show's first two seasons include many episodes centered on Christian's dysfunctional relationship with Kimber Henry , a former patient whom he often manipulated and cheated on.
He is a good-looking man known for his womanizing ways. The character is eventually shown to have a vulnerable side beneath his callous exterior, however. In one episode, he confesses that he was molested as a child by his foster father. This early trauma destroyed his faith in a just God. In another story arc, he meets his biological mother, who tells him that he is the product of rape; she then cuts off any contact with him because he is the spitting image of his father, her rapist. Christian is business partners with his college roommate and lifelong best friend, Sean McNamara. He has always been very close to Sean's family and is like an uncle or second father to Sean's two children, Matt and Annie. During Season 2 , Christian found out that he was actually Matt's biological father. He had a one night stand in college with Sean's then girlfriend, now his wife, Julia.
Watch the video. Title: Christian Troy 29 Jun Christian was enjoying sex with a young model, but an allergy caused her to sneeze so her butt crushing down broke the Casanova's killer face's nose, which must be operated. Sean hoped his anxiety was over after mother in law Erica Noughton's operation, but it suddenly returns during pro bono surgery on Mr. Unger, who nearly gets butchered. Matt is interrogated after the police arrested his mate Henry in the Cara case; he denies to know anything.