Trio of Nurse Jackie Characters

Trio of Nurse Jackie Characters

Pictured here, in a scene from Nurse Jackie: Eve Best as Dr. O'Hara, Edie Falco as Jackie Peyton, and Stephen Wallem as Thor.
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Important Phone Call

Important Phone Call

Grace stars therapy on the episode "Monkey Bits." Her mother is on the phone in this scene from the half hour.
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As Jackie

As Jackie

Edie Falco owns the character of Jackie Peyton. She's perfect for the role.
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Jackie and Coop Photo

Jackie and Coop Photo

Jackie is seen here with Coop on season two of Nurse Jackie. These two make for entertaining co-workers.
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Kevin and Jackie

Kevin and Jackie

Jackie reconnects with Kevin on season two of Nurse Jackie. She has a lot to make up for.
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Hilarious Pair

Hilarious Pair

This is our favorite part of Nurse Jackie: pretty much any conversation between Jackie and Zoey.
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Jackie and Zoey

Jackie and Zoey

Edie Falco deserves multiple Emmys for her portrayal of nurse Jackie Peyton. The actress made this series into a hit on Showtime.
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Nurse Jackie Picture

Nurse Jackie Picture

Jackie Peyton has a lot on her plate. It's not easy to pop pill AND have an affair at work.
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Jackie Peyton Picture

Jackie Peyton Picture

Jackie Peyton has many balls in the air. She does drugs, has an affair and takes care of two children at home.
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Jackie and Coop

Jackie and Coop

Jackie and Coop have an interesting relationship. He grabs her breasts when he's nervous.
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Doctor and Nurse

Doctor and Nurse

Jackie and Dr. O'Hara are total BFF. The later often treats the former to a fancy lunch.
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Jackie and Kevin

Jackie and Kevin

Jackie and Kevin face a dilemma in "School Nurse." What do they do with troubled daughter Grace?
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Nurse Jackie Quotes

Don't ever say "ta-da." The only people that say "ta-da" are magicians or idiots.

Jackie Peyton

Percoset should never be crushed and chewed, unless you want it to hit your system like a bolt of lightening. Which is only a problem if you're afraid of lightening.

Jackie Peyton