Monday, March 29, 2010

Nurse Jackie, "Twitter": Are you there, God? It's me, Zoey

I said last week that I'm both too busy and too underwhelmed with "Nurse Jackie" season two to review every episode, but as tonight's was the best of the 8 I've seen, I wanted to at least mention how good both Merritt Wever was (Zoey and "God" make a great comedy team) and how much I love the idea of Coop getting his own Twitter account, not only because Peter Facinelli himself has an insane Twitter following, but because Tweeting his innermost thoughts seems exactly like the sort of thing Coop would think the world would want.

What did everybody else think?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm a bit disappointed you didn't like the other episodes you've seen so far. I've liked the first two and it was one of my favorite new shows last season.

LA said...

O'Hara on X was pretty awesome. Did anyone else catch that God was played by Steve Buscemi's brother?

Geoff said...

Did anyone else catch that God was played by Steve Buscemi's brother?

The voice and face had me wondering.

Name/URL said...

@LA, Geoff - I noticed in the season one opening credits that Steve Buscemi directed several episodes. I wonder if there is an interesting story behind all this.

mrsb said...

I really, really want to like this show. There's just something about it that I just am not crazy about, though. Love Zoey, I even kind of like Coop. The show overall just leave me kind of.... blah.

Anonymous said...

If this episode was the best of the 8 you've seen, this show is in serious trouble. O'Hara comes to work on X? Zoey goes with "God" to his apartment (alone)? Jackie's now has a stalker? At least they're finally going to get the angst daughter some help.

Ant$ said...

I loved the first season of nurse jackie...what happened to that gay nurse Mo-Mo???

Anonymous said...

"A rep for Sleiman, meanwhile, says producers felt “the character’s storyline ran its course… We were surprised. It came out of left field."

- http://ausiellofiles.ew.com/2009/12/22/haaz-sleiman-leaves-nurse-jackie/