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Edie Falco stopped by this morning's today to talk about her role in the hit Showtime drama 'Nurse Jackie,' now in its sixth season. The actress explained that she does not agree with the common categorization that the show is a 'dark comedy.' "It has a lot of funny stuff in it, but it's got a lot of unfunny stuff in it," she joked. Check out the apperance below!

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VIDEO: Edie Falco on Showtime's NURSE JACKIE: 'It's Not a Comedy!'


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