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E! to Air Finale of HIt Series BOTCHED 8/17

In this all-new episode airing Sunday, August 17 at its new time of 10:30pm ET/PT on E!, a patient with uneven breasts seeks Terry's help, an anxious patient stays awake for her tummy tuck and mega-boob star Lacey Wildd wants to upgrade her implants to QQQ.

"Botched" goes inside the multi-billion dollar world of plastic surgery where beauty is in the eye of the beholder...or is it? For some patients, their quest for ultimate perfection ends in disastrous results. World renowned doctors Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow -- the best of the best and leaders in their field - will be tasked with some of the most difficult operations of their careers when they try to reverse the effects of horrendous plastic surgeries. For the first time on television, plastic surgery nightmares become dreams come true when the "Botched" season finale airs Sunday, August 17 at 10:30pm ET/PT only on E!

Episode description: (108) Silicone Valley (8/17/14, 10:30p)

A transgender pop star needs her pixie ears fixed for a music video shoot; a model with an eye bag problem goes under the knife; Paul puts the finishing touches on a patient who was born with a birth defect.

About the show:

In a world where our culture is obsessed with youth and beauty, some people revert to plastic surgery to achieve a certain look and turn back the hands of time. With weekly magazine covers catering to a public thirst for perfection, some can take that quest to the extreme and the results of too much plastic surgery can be disastrous. For the first time on television, the ugly side of beauty will be put under a microscope, revealing the fascination surrounding beauty and plastic surgery ... the results will shock you. In this new eight-episode, one-hour series, highly accomplished plastic surgeons Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif will work with these victims of ill-fated cosmetic work to attempt to undo and fix their results.

From frightening facelifts, shockingly bad boob enhancements and reductions and hideous nose jobs to devastating tummy tucks and lopsided butt lifts, Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif will work their medical magic trying to turn tragedy into triumph. Leaders in their field, Dubrow and Nassif will use their training, education, and sometimes even imagination, as they set out to turn back the clock and miraculously change lives. Throughout the series, we'll see the patients' back-stories and follow all stages of their journeys to recovery and get a sense of their pre-corrective lives of shame and insecurity. Each patient will undergo initial consultations with Doctors Dubrow and Nassif, and throughout each episode viewers will witness their surgeries, peer into their post-operative follow-ups, and then see the big reveal of their new and corrected bodies.




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