Liz requests liposuction after feeling out of shape compared to her new, fitness-obsessed girlfriend.

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Dr. Christian Troy
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Matt McNamara (credit only)
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Dr. Liz Cruz
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Kimber Henry (credit only)
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James LeBeau
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Marlowe Sawyer
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Poppy
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Michelle Landau
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Frances
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Chiyo
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Burt Landau
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Elena
Linda Klein ...
Nurse Linda
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Liz requests liposuction after feeling out of shape compared to her new, fitness-obsessed girlfriend.

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31 October 2006 (USA)  »

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Poor Liz!
30 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dr. Cruz has had quite a difficult season. First, she picks up a woman at a lesbian bar with Christian Troy. They go back to her place and she wakes up with one less kidney. That's another story. Now, she is dating another doctor, Poppy, played by Alanis Morrisette. The only problem with Poppy is that she is self-centered and very critical of Liz's physical appearances. I think the scene with Liz's surgery proves that Poppy's not all that she seems to be. Poppy's true side showed during Liz's surgery when she tried to do more than Liz's asked her to do. Anyway, you can tell the disapproval on nurse Linda's face and the doctors during the surgery. Poor Liz, she hasn't seen this side where Poppy compares her new girlfriend to a raccoon in the morning.


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