"How about them apples?," Lowe tells EW with a laugh. "I had lunch with him and told him how much I loved Nip/Tuck and he was horrified as well (that it didn’t work out)," Lowe says of Murphy. "It’s one of the great Hollywood stories! For 15 years, we’ve been trying to find something (to do) together, but I’ve always been unavailable for the most part. I’m a big fan of what he, Brad (Falchuk), and Tim (Minear) did with the genre. I love action; I love a good procedural, but that kind of special sauce they throw on it makes it not only really interesting to watch but really, really interesting as an actor. In any given episode, I’m playing comedy, I’m playing a leading man, I’m playing action, and I’m playing really raw emotion. You just don’t get many opportunities as an actor to go to the kind of places that you can in Ryan, Tim, and Brad’s shows."