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Jimmy Keefe (Character)
from "Rescue Me" (2004)

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  1. "Rescue Me"
        - Ashes (2011) TV episode, Played by James McCaffrey
        - 344 (2011) TV episode, Played by James McCaffrey
        - Mutha (2011) TV episode, Played by James McCaffrey
        - Forgiven (2010) TV episode, Played by James McCaffrey
        - Blackout (2010) TV episode, Played by James McCaffrey
          (50 more)

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From "Rescue Me: Chlamydia (#3.5)" (2006)
Jimmy Keefe: It's ironic, ain't it?
Tommy Gavin: Ironic?
Jimmy Keefe: You know what I'm talking about. Admit it Tommy. You jump in the sack with my old lady and here you are, your own brother putting it to your wife. It's ironic, the definition of the word.
Tommy Gavin: I don't think so.
Jimmy Keefe: Oh, you don't think so. What is it then, smartass? Enlighten me.
Tommy Gavin: It's a little thing called karma.
Jimmy Keefe: [pause, considering] Actually, you know what? It is karma. I stand corrected.
Tommy Gavin: And the thing about karma is, it just keeps going around and around and around.
[Angela comes into view]
Jimmy Keefe: What? Is that... oh, c'mon, Johnny's ex? You sick little bastard! And I thought you couldn't go any lower. You're at the Earth's core with this, practically.
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