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Male Nurse Jackie (Character)
from "Community" (2009)

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  1. "Community"
        - The Psychology of Letting Go (2010) TV episode, Played by Patton Oswalt
        - Home Economics (2009) TV episode, Played by Patton Oswalt

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From "Community: The Psychology of Letting Go (#2.3)" (2010)
Jeff Winger: I treat my body like a temple!
Male Nurse Jackie: Well, I can't be the first person to tell you that the temple doesn't last forever. I mean, it's made of hamburger. This is a... This is a temple of doom. And you know what? Like the real temple of doom, it represents the inconvenient fact that all good things - be they people or movie franchises - eventually collapse into sagging, sloppy, rotten piles of hard to follow nonsense.
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