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If you thought you’d seen it all from a plastic surgery perspective, think again.

One of the Real Housewives of Orange County’s favorite hubbies Dr. Terry Dubrow is back, returning not only to E!’s Botched, but also on a new series that examines up close and personally Hollywood’s plastic surgery scene. The show, titled Good Work, will air on E!

Each week, Dr. Dubrow will join RuPaul and celebrity makeup artist and actress Sandra Vergara, where they will have a roundtable featuring an assortment of special celebrity guests. During the one-hour series they’ll discuss everything from “extreme beauty tips to star secrets and every procedure in between,” E! says in a statement announcing the new show.

Premiering April 14th immediately after the season 2 premiere of Dr. Dubrow and RHOC alum Dr. Nassif’s Botched, Good Work is meant to “showcase a variety of funny (yet informative) field pieces like people turning into human guinea pigs and putting their bodies and faces on the line to experiment the latest beauty treatments.” The six-episode season is meant to be a plastic surgery version of the network’s popular series Fashion Police.

Although Terry can be the ultimate jokester, one thing he’s very serious about is his wife not needing to go under the knife. “I don’t want my wife to have any plastic surgery,” he explained last summer. “Look at her what would you do? My wife’s body is unbelievable, my wife is rarified air.”

[Source: People]