Nurse Jackie (2009–2015)
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Kevin's engagement has left Jackie reeling. After having a sex dream that involves both Eddie and Kevin, Jackie wakes up with Frank at the foot of her bed asking to move in. She's not ready... See full summary »

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Kevin's engagement has left Jackie reeling. After having a sex dream that involves both Eddie and Kevin, Jackie wakes up with Frank at the foot of her bed asking to move in. She's not ready for that and will have to think of some way to keep him at bay. While staking out Kevin's fiancé's dress shop with Antoinette, Jackie gets more than an eyeful when she witnesses the budding relationship between Kevin's fiancé, Mia, and Grace. Jackie makes a scene, forcing Kevin to cancel the dinner he had planned to formerly introduce them. Meanwhile, back at All Saints, Akalitus's string of luck at poker continues, Coop and Carrie's bond deepens when she decides to put him on television. Prentiss gets a visitor from his past: A childhood friend whose mild symptoms reveal a grave illness, forces Prentiss to reconcile who he was, who he is, and where his life with Zoey is heading. At lunch, Frank is still pressing Jackie to move in. With Mia and Grace on the brain, Jackie reminds Frank that she ...

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Julie White and Laura Benanti were both in Go On. Benanti played Lauren and White played Anne. See more »

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Big spoiler alert, and kudos to a particular actor.
8 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Curtis McClarin, in this episode, plays an old childhood friend of Dr Prentiss, and they meet in the E.R. where Curtis has been brought for treatment. This is an excellent series, with a terrific ensemble cast, and sometimes a guest on the show will really touch a nerve. Curtis did that with his performance here, memorably portraying someone who is told he has a very serious illness, that holds a potentially grim outcome. "We're not old man." he says, meant to underline how surprising and sad the revelation actually is. This scenario plays out in "Doctor shows" often; I've been watching it since Dr Kildare, and Ben Casey aired back in the 50's. But his reaction was so genuine, it defined what good acting is all about. Then, in the credits I saw that this episode was dedicated to his memory. An actor whose work I had never seen, who had touched me with his performance, that I discovered in almost the same moment had passed away. And I thought I was shock proof. Curtis looked like the kind of guy you would like to have for a friend, or a neighbor. A pity. In reality, a real pity. It reminded me of the time when I was 12, and had just come back from watching Rebel Without A Cause, still reeling with the emotional impact, when someone told me "didn't you hear that James Dean died in a car wreck out in California?"


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