With this season of Nurse Jackie is winding down, the show's writers have done well to turn up the heat on many levels.
" Chaud & Froid " was a tempest fueled by a turbulent mix of hot tempers and cold hearted reactions. The episode was not without it more
This week's Nurse Jackie was filled with a number of interesting character developments, but perhaps the most intriguing aspect of " Day of the Iguana " was the choice of the episode's title itself.
On one level it referenced the third installment in t more
Okay, this custody situation is officially starting to concern me. To clarify, I don’t really care about Jackie’s children and which parent they should be raised by between Jackie and Kevin. What I am concerned about is the situation that the writers may more
We entered the " No-Kimono-Zone " on Nurse Jackie this week, and it was filled with temptation.
First, there was sex. With Dr. Cruz, Jacks? Really?!? I don't even know why that possibility strikes me as so disturbing, it just does. Edie Falco is beauti more
While I have enjoyed this season of Nurse Jackie , the episodes have started to feel a little formulaic. At some point, an interesting character will come through the door (this week’s winner was a plucky transsexual named Lana Hilton) and Jackie’s sob more
This week’s edition of Nurse Jackie featured some of the best that the show has to offer. All of the emotional pangs struck the right chords, and we had some of the strongest workplace comedy fun we’ve had since the season started. This week’s big emoti more
After leaving rehab far earlier than prescribed last week, this week gave us our first look at Jackie back full-time at the hospital . While the episode had its entertaining spots, we got very little in the way of character development. Given that we onl more
To borrow one of the oldest lines in the book: Who are you, Jackie Peyton? And what have you done with the title character on Nurse Jackie we've gotten to know over the last three seasons?
On " The Wall ," Jackie made the abrupt decision to leave rehab more