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Tuesday November 8, 2005 9:46 pm
Nip/Tuck: Remember to Turn Back Your Clocks!
Okay – is it just me, or does this show have some serious issues with chronology? I really do love Nip/Tuck and am willing to overlook its flaws for the sake of overall enjoyment, but the glaring errors with time cannot go without comment.
Going back to the show from two weeks ago—
Let’s assume that it took about a week for Sean to agree to the crematorium job that was presented to him (the mortuary couldn’t have let those dismembered corpses wait any longer.) Are we supposed to believe that in the same amount of time: Gina pitched her proposal to Julia about the spa.. the ladies presented their plan to McNamara/Troy.. the building was purchased and permits were secured… and a crew had been hired and already started working?? Seriously—by the time Sean got around to dismembering Frankenlaura, the women were already
into their project!!
Now let’s proceed to last week’s episode—
Let’s again assume that it took about a week for Christian to meet with a patient then eventually agree to saw off his leg. In this short period of time: the ladies were able to conceive a new semen-based product.. collect samples from a sperm bank… mix the final ingredients and package it.. present their idea to Joan Rivers.. get it on QVC.. and then already determine that they will turn a profit in their first year?
I mean, I know that women can multitask—and can move mountains when working in threes—but they’re not miracle workers. It pains me to say this: but we’re not gods.
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