[Burbank, CA] : Warner Home Video, 
6 videodiscs (723 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
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Created by Ryan Murphy
Originally broadcast on television during the 2005 season
Contains all 15 episodes from the third season
Special features: Deleted scenes; documentary "Chasing Carver"; featurette "The perfect look"; gag reel
Dylan Walsh, Julian McMahon, Joely Richardson, John Hensley, Kelly Carlson, Jessalyn Gilsig, Roma Maffia, Bruno Campos
Plastic surgeons Sean McNamara and Christian Troy have vowed to make whole the victims of the elusive, mysterious serial slasher called the Carver. But mending the rifts in their own families and careers will require much more than their famed technical skills. The two perform a daring facial transplant to a 650-pound woman whose skin has fused with her sofa. Dr. Quentin Costa is the new doctor on staff. Dr. Costa is a tango expert and perhaps an expert at dissecting the practice for his own ends
DVD, region 1, widescreen (1.78:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo
English dialogue with optional French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned
Momma Boone -- KiKi -- Alex, Derek and Gary -- Rhea Reynolds -- Granville Trapp -- Frankenlaura -- Ben White -- Tommy Bolton -- Hannah Tedesco -- Madison Berg -- Abbey Reese -- Sal Perri -- Joy Kringle -- Cherry Peck -- Quentin Costa
Related Searches: Plastic surgeons -- Drama -- Florida -- MiamiCriminal behavior -- Drama -- Florida -- MiamiTelevision programsMedical television programsVideo recordings for the hearing impairedDVDAdded--06/8 advd
Additional Credits: Walsh, DylanMcMahon, Julian, 1968-Richardson, JoelyMurphy, Ryan, 1965-Warner Home Video (Firm)
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