Nip/Tuck: Television That Gets Under Your Skin

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Roz Kaveney, Jennifer Stoy
I.B.Tauris, Oct 25, 2011 - Performing Arts - 227 pages
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Promoted as a "disturbingly perfect" and "deeply shallow" television show and created by the mind behind Glee, Ryan Murphy, Nip/Tuck has been among the most popular and controversial shows on television. The misadventures and soap opera-esque entanglements of the lives of plastic surgeons Christian Troy and Sean McNamara won Golden Globes and boycotts from the American Family Association. Yet, as this first critical celebration of Nip/Tuck reveals, the show is also an examination of the American family, the anxieties and complications of gender and sexuality, and the class issues and illusions surrounding the American dream. The book is completed with an extensive episode guide and includes an interview with Nip/Tuck director Elodie Keene.
 

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Roz Kaveney is a cultural commentator and reviewer. She is editor of Reading the Vampire Slayer; author of From Alien to the Matrix, Teen Dreams, and Superheroes!; and co-author of Battlestar Galactica. She lives in London.   Jennifer Stoy is a writer and editor on popular culture, and a regular contributor to pop culture websites such as CC2K.com. She is co-author of Battlestar Galactica, and currently works as a technical writer in Washington, DC.

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