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Couldn't be happier that Merritt Wever won the Emmy. She was clearly as surprised as everyone else!

I have always loved Merritt Wever's Zoey and couldn't be happier or, like her, more surprised that she won an Emmy for the role.
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AWESOME!

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Oh, how I've missed this show. Started catching up. Hilarious! Lolol

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Oh, how I've missed this show. Started catching up. Hilarious! Lolol

Couldn't agree more! I have watched Nurse Jackie from the beginning and have loved every minute of it. It is good news indeed that the show has been renewed for another season.
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It's a solid fave every season!

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At the end of the credits last night there was a notice about the sexual scenes which cited some law. I think it had something about documenting that scenes filmed had actors over 18. Anyone know what that is all about? Never seen it before.
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At the end of the credits last night there was a notice about the sexual scenes which cited some law. I think it had something about documenting that scenes filmed had actors over 18. Anyone know what that is all about? Never seen it before.

Probably had to do with the porn that Coop was watching.
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Caught up, wow jackie is the modern age female version of Don Draper. That's a scary thought. Lol. ..

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This has been a terrific season so far. Jackie's return to drugs has made her behavior more erratic than ever. And now it has been passed down to the next generation in full force.

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Yeah, this train wreck is gonna get a lot worse before it gets better. Lol

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This has been a great season so far. Their handling of Jackie's most recent relapse has been excellent.

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At least now there are people in her life to try and help her. It does look as though she's headed for disaster. Tough job working as an RN in an ER.
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^I dunno what you watched, but I saw a disaster still in progress... lol

That was quite a WTF short episode.

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^I dunno what you watched, but I saw a disaster still in progress... lol

That was quite a WTF short episode.

Isn't that what I said? "She's headed for disaster".
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Wow... It's like a Train Wreck, only this time it's filled with oil... lol...

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Jackie is becoming a character I dislike. She almost kills a patient, takes a drug dealer to Kevin's wedding and tricks her sponsor/friend into taking a drink and puts her in rehab. Pretty despicable. Lets not forget throwing a sad ex-nun under the bus for the prescription number. I suppose the big moment is coming since her address was on Nancy's driver's license. I actually want her to get caught now.
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Jackie is becoming a character I dislike. She almost kills a patient, takes a drug dealer to Kevin's wedding and tricks her sponsor/friend into taking a drink and puts her in rehab. Pretty despicable. Lets not forget throwing a sad ex-nun under the bus for the prescription number. I suppose the big moment is coming since her address was on Nancy's driver's license. I actually want her to get caught now.

Aah, I knew the license was important but didn't know why. Thanks. And she faked eyelid surgery to get the oxy prescription too. Addicts are not nice people!!!

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I get the feeling this is only just touching the surface of what a true addict is like though... Maybe throw in a little Shameless too...

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Jackie hasn't hit bottom yet, (but we can see it from here). She has to lose her job and all her friends and family, then maybe she'll wake up. Right now she still qualifies as a "functioning addict".
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Wow, she got like 5 years (or however many seasons there have been) worth of luck escaping being busted thrown right in her face.

Nobody except Eddie was going to let her skate this time and she would have gotten away except she just had to help out at the accident scene.

Hope they're not going to try to show how this need to nurse people makes up for all the lying she does, or the way she endangers patients.
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All I can hope is they don't wrap the series with an "Orange" season of Jackie in prison.
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All I can hope is they don't wrap the series with an "Orange" season of Jackie in prison.
I don't know about a whole season, but an entirely credible ending would be her over dosing on Oxy in her prison cell.

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All I can hope is that we don't have a House in Rehab ending...

What's wrong with Orange damn it... ?

That was a pretty bad day.

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Taken from the HOTP thread at the top of the "HDTV Programming" forum page.

‘Nurse Jackie’ EP Reveals Original Series Ending That They’re Not Going to Do Now
By Tony Maglio, TheWrap.com - Jan. 12, 2015

Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie” was headed for a fiery ending — literally — at the conclusion of its seventh and final season, Executive Producer Clyde Phillips told reporters Monday at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena.

“We were going to burn the hospital down,” Phillips revealed, after teasing that he and the writing staff completely changed their minds before the season began shooting.

“Nurse Jackie” is set in a New York City medical center.

Naturally, Phillips wouldn’t divulge the new direction that the Edie Falco vehicle is headed now. Though it probably won’t be a joyful one, as Phillips said he is not a fan of “happy endings.”

“No, I’m not,” he said, when asked about his belief in a fairytale-style conclusion. “I’m a believer in authentic endings. I think that the ending of this season is as authentic as it can possibly be and will be really satisfying for viewers.”

The 12-episode so-called “Final Shift” of “Nurse Jackie” kicks off Sunday, April 12.

It will pick up where Season 6 left off: The titular Jackie Peyton (Falco) steps out of her mug shot and into a world of consequences, a Monday press release detailed. Here is the rest of that plot description, in Showtime’s words: “Arrested, abandoned by those closest to her, Jackie‘s nursing license is revoked,” the release said. “This season, we watch Jackie fight to reclaim her sobriety, her job, her people, her children and her identity.”

The Emmy-winning series stars also stars Merritt Wever, Paul Schulze, Dominic Fumusa, Anna Deavere Smith, Stephen Wallem, Betty Gilpin, Ruby Jerins and Mackenzie Aladjem. Phillips is showrunner and executive producer. Tom Straw, Richie Jackson, Liz Flahive and Caryn Mandabach also executive produce.

“Nurse Jackie” is a co-production between Showtime and Lionsgate.

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Oh! It was a COMEDY?
I see from the lack of excitement and posts here the that the final season has produced exactly what it and most of the run had deserved :
A COMPLETE WASTE of , whatever . . .

more interesting would to see the final episode viewing numbers for a very much un-ballyhoo-ed "series finale".

You mean they finally figured out what was the stinking up the place?

A story about "life" in a hospital that from the beginning was delivered DOA.

Now, THAT'S funny . . .

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Been thinking about this show. Didn't watch the previous season so I'm at a loss with the storyline.

Talk about an inactive, current season, thread.
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I've been a big fan of the show, but it's definitely run its course and deserves to die.

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From the "Hot Off The Press" Thread (top of HDTV Programming Page).

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Edie Falco on ‘Nurse Jackie’ Finale, What’s Next and Why She Loves Series TV
By Cynthia Littleton, Variety.com - Jun. 27, 2015

Edie Falco works her last shift as “Nurse Jackie” on Sunday. It’s a testament to Falco’s skill that she was able to segue so quickly after “The Sopranos” into the skin of another enduring TV character. As “Nurse Jackie” wraps its seven-season run, the four-time Emmy winner spoke with Variety about endings, beginnings, why she loves working in series television and why she still hasn’t seen every episode of “Sopranos.”

How does it feel to be bringing this chapter of your career to a close?
Most of us never know when the end is coming. You’re kind of half prepared a lot of the time. It’s almost like someone you know having a disease — you know they’re going to go at some point. Will they last another year? Six months? Every time your show is picked up for another season that’s great news — crazy great news. But because (“Nurse Jackie” has) been around for seven years, you’ve developed some pretty important relationships. There’s a certain attachment to a particular work day you’ve created with this group of people. We created a work environment on this show that is unrivaled in my life for the kindness and respect that we had. It was not by accident. When we were putting it together we spent a lot of time asking people — what’s he like to work with after 16 hours? So you had a group of 200 people who were hand-selected for their kindness. It worked for us and it was magical.

In hindsight are you surprised you were able to transition into a successful new show barely a year after the end of “The Sopranos”?
Think about being unemployed for a year. That’s a long time to not have a job. I’ve worked since I was 14. I’ve had all kinds of crazy jobs. I worked at a library, I worked at an ice cream parlor. It’s what I do. I’m a worker. I love doing series television because it’s consistent and it feels like a real job. For me to be unemployed for a year, there’s a part of my brain that’s going like this (shakes her hand). From my vantage point I had plenty of time to let go of Carmela and get to know somebody new.

How do you feel about the final episode of “Nurse Jackie”?
I feel fine about it. There’s this pressure about it being the ending, the final episode. In my mind if it’s in keeping with the general tenor of the rest of the show, it’s going to be OK. There’s no way you’re going to wind everything up in one episode. Just have it in keeping with the characters such as we know them.

Around “The Sopranos” it was the same thing — this feeling of, oh it’s the finale. I try to remove myself and let the writers off the hook. It’s just another episode. We’ll do a good job. It’s a crazy thing, this pressure.

Were you ready for the show to end?
I like to work. If they’d said we were going three more years, I would have said OK, we’ll find stories. But everybody’s take on it was we have been incredibly lucky, why don’t we leave it when everybody still wants to watch it.

What drew you to “Nurse Jackie”? Although you talk about being unemployed after “Sopranos,” I have no doubt you had plenty of offers.
I don’t need to work like I used to need to work. I feel like it’s got to be worth the considerable time and effort I put into it. It’s got to be worth taking time away from my family. (After “Sopranos”) I started to think that maybe I was done doing this. There’s this visceral thing that tells me when it’s right. I thought, maybe I’m done? And then I read a script, at the time it was called ‘Nurse Mona’ and I thought, there’s something percolating here.’

Did the show come together quickly once you expressed interest?
It was a slow build. The character really interested me. The world she inhabited sounded more challenging to me. There were other things about it that didn’t seem possible and it was also really, really dark. Then they handed it to (original showrunners) Linda (Wallem) and Liz (Brixius) and made it lighter. That made the character more appealing. It was a slow process.

Did you have confidence in the beginning that the show had the potential to last as long as it has?
At some point in the process I was confident that this will be my next job. It would be a pilot or 12 episodes. Thinking beyond that is going to lead you to very bad places. There’s no guarantees.

Was it hard for you to adjust to working with a new cast and crew after so long on “The Sopranos”? Jackie Peyton was a very different animal than Carmela Soprano.
Carmela was long gone from my brain. Our job is to play a character and do a good job. and when you go home, she’s gone. As soon as I start a new job I’m somebody new. I’m not carrying the old job with me. (After “Sopranos”) I got plenty of scripts about mob people, and about being the long-suffering wife of a powerful man. I was not all that interested in going into that territory again. Even physically, I didn’t want the hair and makeup and jewelry routine. I just wanted short hair and one outfit.

What was it like going from being a key supporting character to being the center of the show?
It was good for me. I’m kind of a busybody. I like to be around all the time. I love to watch when everybody’s working. It’s just the way I am. I like to be involved.

Do you have any interest in writing or directing?
That does not interest me at all. I love what I do. There’s plenty more to do there.

What are you looking for as you hunt for your next series? Would you be open to a traditional comedy series?
In a word — no. It’s fun but I need to be moved. There are people who can feed their whole soul with comedy. I really need to feel like there’s some deeper subterranean movement in the piece. Whether or not other people see it, I need to feel that there’s something deeper going on. … I’m reading all kinds of stuff, I’m back in that place but nothing’s grabbing be. I’ve relied heavily on this unnamed visceral thing that I’ve come to trust. It’s still sleeping. I’m not being moved by anything. I’ll know when it’s time. But as of now I’m spending a lot of time with my kids which is what I miss most ferociously when I’m working. My kids are 10 and 7 — the age when they recognize when their mom’s not around.

Are you looking for stage opportunities?
I love the idea of doing stage. But my standards have changed. Theater in particular is really grueling. You’re never home in the evening, you never get to say goodnight to your kids. Your weekends are blown. That schedule is hard on a family. If it’s not something i’m absolutely crazy about, I can’t do it. I’ve done plays that were not well received, and you still have to show up and do eight shows a week.

Do you like to watch your work after it’s done?
When I see something I shot even a year ago, I have no memory of doing it. I shoot it and it’s gone. I memorize things so quickly before shooting. With “Jackie” I would occasionally watch to see how it was cut together, for educational purposes. But once it’s done my interest wanes. … There are many episodes of “Sopranos” I’ve never seen. I fell into this binge-watching thing recently with “Six Feet Under.” I saw “Sopranos” (was available) and for the first time I actually said ‘Maybe I’ll watch that show.’ But I still can’t do it. It’s not the benign experience it might be for other people. And also because of Jim (Gandolfini), who I love — I still can’t do it. It’s too emotional. (Falco’s “Sopranos” co-star died in 2013).

As “Nurse Jackie’s” finale approaches, how do you feel about the overall experience of the show?
I love what I get to do. I love it so much. (Co-star) Merritt Wever was a gift from heaven. We had so many great people on this show. It’s such tremendous good fortune that I get to do this and make a living at it. I’m overwhelmed with gratitude all the time.

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A truly rotten series finale. Nothing much good happened to this show when Clyde Phillips took over.
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