Goodbye, Nurse Jackie

Goodbye, Nurse Jackie

So long, Nurse Jackie. The series will come to an end after seven seasons.
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Jackie's Custody Fight

Jackie's Custody Fight

Jackie's divorce takes a turn when Kevin decides he wants full custody of the kids on Nurse Jackie. "Luck of the Drawing" is the second episode of the show's fifth season.
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Dr. Prentiss Begins

Dr. Prentiss Begins

Jackie looks skeptical as Dr. Ike Prentiss checks on her patient on the season premiere of Nurse Jackie. "Happy F. Birthday" is the first episode of the show's fifth season.
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Nurse Jackie Season Finale Scene

Nurse Jackie Season Finale Scene

Cruz and Jackie have gone back and forth all season long. They are pictured here on the season four finale.
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Cruz as a Patient

Cruz as a Patient

Jackie has to deal with a difficult patient in this scene: Dr. Cruz himself.
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Jackie vs. Cruz

Jackie vs. Cruz

Jackie stares down Dr. Cruz in this Nurse Jackie scene. It's courtesy of the episode "Chaud & Froid."
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Jackie and Cruz

Jackie and Cruz

Pictured in this Nurse Jackie scene: Edie Falco as Jackie Peyton and Bobby Cannavale as Dr. Mike Cruz.
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Jackie, Nurse

Jackie, Nurse

Jackie is doing all she can to take care of her rehab pal. But it isn't exactly easy.
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Charlie Cruz

Charlie Cruz

Charlie is in trouble on Nurse Jackie. He places a phone call in this scene.
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Jackie and Grace

Jackie and Grace

It's never really a day at the park for Jackie Peyton. But she tries to spend time with Grace in this scene.
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Returning to All Saints

Returning to All Saints

Jackie back at work. But All Saints is not exactly what it was when she left.
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Nurse Jackie Season Four Promo Pic

Nurse Jackie Season Four Promo Pic

A whole lot of changes will take place on season four of Nurse Jackie. This is a Showtime promotional photo for the drama.
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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