Jackie and Dr. Cooper don't always get along so well. That happens when the latter nervously grabs the former's boobs.
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Talk about a contrast in nursing styles: Zoey is talkative and cheerful. Jackie, to say the least, is not.
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Zoey Barkow has a lot to learn about nursing. And she has Jackie to teach her, every step of the way.
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Mo-mo is Jackie's close pal. He's a fellow, cynical nurse at the hospital.
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Eddie Walzer provides two things for Jackie Peyton: drugs for her pain and sex during hospital lunch breaks.
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Dr. Fitch Cooper is an ass. He's obnoxious and nowhere near as good at practicing medicine as Jackie is.
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Eleanor O'Hara is the one close friend Jackie appears to have. They work together at the hospital.
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In the series premiere of Nurse Jackie, the show's title character cares for a patient. She may have a troubled personal life, but Jackie is all about her patients.
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In Nurse Jackie, Edie Falco reunites with former costar (and college classmate) Paul Schulze. He plays a pharmacist and her lover.
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On the first episode of Nurse Jackie, we get to know Jackie Peyton. She's played by Edie Falco.
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Jackie Peyton is here to help. Before she can, however, this character needs a few pills to get her through the day.
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Jackie Peyton is portrayed by the great Edie Falco. She's the troubled, well-meaning title character in Nurse Jackie.
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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