Nurse Jackie S7E12 I Say a Little Prayer

Posted By CouchTuner On June 29, 2015

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  • Suzalay10

    Excellent series with amazing actors and important issues handled well and deeply, while still being very entertaining. Unforgettable.
    What an ending. I tried to think of how they might do the finale, but never expected this one.
    Well done, albeit difficult. True to life.

    • WhateverMan

      She should have died.

      • Suzalay10

        Who said she didn’t? That is most certainly one of the ways it could go. Or she is pulled through, only to go through it all over again. (Detox, rehab, finding another job to accept her if she loses the Bellevue one because of this…not to mention hurting her family again and close friends…) Which ending would you prefer?
        Yeah, me too.

        • WhateverMan

          She’s in a hospital. Without a doubt, they could get narcam to her in minutes.

          • Suzalay10

            Except that nothing was left at this hospital and they had to call for Bellevue to take her there to treat her. Narcam and all meds were gone at this point.
            Depending on how quickly EMT’s arrive and if they treat her fast enough, she could survive, or not.

          • WhateverMan

            There were EMTs at the party, no?

          • Suzalay10

            Perhaps so, but everyone was off duty and had none of their regular equipment with them. However, Zoey did ask for a line and something else, so it is possible that they were able to keep her alive until she could be taken to a functioning hospital via ambulance.
            WhateverMan~ With all the combined experience, knowledge and know-how at the party, she probably does have a better chance than most to survive until working EMT’s with meds arrive. You have me thinking now that she probably did make it. Thank you for helping me by talking with me about this! ;)

          • WhateverMan

            No prob. :)

          • Suzalay10

            Thank you! I always enjoy your comments when I see them here at CouchTuner.
            May I ask you why you thought that Nurse Jackie should have died?

          • WhateverMan

            Meh. I don’t know. I think I’m just fatigued with how many times she’s been given a second, third and fourth chance and each time, she’s just lying and playing people. I don’t care how many people’s lives she saved in that hospital.

            Her addiction makes her a predator. She stole a nun’s identity, for Christ’s sake. LOL

          • Suzalay10

            I can understand that point of view~ she got more chances than a lot of us would in the same situation. I suppose that is one reason the show had to end~the same downward spiral over and over. But that is the life of an addict and it is so very sad…a dreadful disease.
            The poison in the pills/drugs makes one do things that they would never do otherwise. A crazy rollercoaster ride with no end, aside from death unless one works constantly on staying clean, which is easier said than done, once it has it’s grip on a person.

          • Ms. Oneal ツ

            Narcan? Yea they said they were out of drugs.

          • WhateverMan

            Whoops on the typo. Yeah, but EMTs were present, right?

          • Ms. Oneal ツ

            Yes, but I know they wouldn’t be there on duty “partying” while their truck was parked outside. That’s why they had to call Bellview. She didn’t die though, it’s clear she would be on her rehab cycle again, taking her “friends” and family through the suffering again along with her. She missed the ceremony the next day though! HAAHAA !

  • Clare Mcalister-Raeburn

    Jackie is a superb example of knowing and seeing what is best for other people and being able to help them towards being in a better place –witness the heroin addict in this last episode– but being completely unable to do those same things for herself. Ultimately, she valued the high and the forgetting/oblivion that it affords more than she valued the struggle towards sobriety, towards a life with Eddie and staying sober to see her kids prosper. Addicts are selfish creatures, narcissistic in the extreme, but most humans are selfish. We cannot attach blame to her personality and actions: they are what they are. As Merritt Weaver’s character realized, you can love someone but you cannot change them and so, if they don’t change in the ways you want them to, you have to leave and move on. I have no doubt that Jackie dies on that hospital floor. I would have preferred her flying off the top of the hospital building, at least imagining she was flying, but she was at least hallucinating herself elsewhere and at peace in that group street meditation moment. A worthwhile show with great writing and tremendously real and funny acting. What will Edie Falco do next?!!