Nurse Jackie When the Saints Go S03E06 (Showtime)

Nurse Jackie intertitle, image via Wikipedia
Nurse Jackie intertitle, image via Wikipedia

Following the framework of previously established dramadies on Showtime, Nurse Jackie aims to show the life of a RN working at a busy hospital who pops pills and leads a double life.

Nurse Jackie has already created some controversy because of its content. The show is for mature audiences and tells a story about a hard working nurse, dedicated to her job, but with a habit.

This show is a lot better than Hawthorne. I wasn’t immediately hooked, but the situations that Jackie gets herself into are amusing. She’s cheating on her devoted husband with her pharmacist, who supplies her with pills. She deals out her own kind of justice in order to make things right in her own eyes.

Nurse Jackie is entertaining and between all of the new medical dramas, Hawthorne, Mercy, etc., it’s definitely the best.

Warning: spoilers ahead.

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Jackie is trying to find some more oxycodone.

Eddie asks Jackie permission to ask out Toony. Gloria tells Jackie that she hired a temp nurse named Kelly.

You’re using the crutch as a crutch?
Eddie to Coop

Kelly tells Sam and Thor that nurses who stay at the same place get rusty.

Jackie asks Eddie not to go out with Toony. Eleanor is talking to Jackie again, for real. During the whole episode, movers are moving the saints out of All Saints.

The episode ends with Jackie sitting outside of her house while her family is having a great time inside.

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