Aida Turturro will guest star as a tough attorney who has a meeting with Edie Falco's Jackie on the Showtime medical series.
There will be "The Sopranos" reunion in the fourth season of "Nurse Jackie". Edie Falco will once again share screen with her former co-star Aida Turturro, who played Tony Soprano's sister Janice, on her drama comedy series.
The first picture of their scene has been debuted via TV Guide. In it, Falco's Jackie and Turturro's Laurel, "have a little meeting." Dishing on her attorney character, Turturro said, "She's tough and says what she's thinking, but she's not a psychopath like Janice. I'm trying to help Jackie out with something, but we'll see if she trusts me enough to take my advice."
Beside Turturro, Falco has a dream of having another "Sopranos" alum James Gandolfini on "Nurse Jackie". The former Carmela depicter revealed, "I've always had this fantasy of having Jim, as Tony, pulled in on a stretcher in the background, so we'd know he did, in fact, get shot in the restaurant in the finale and ended up at All Saints Hospital."
Should the scene be featured on the Showtime medical series, it would explain what happened to the mobster in the end of "Sopranos". Falco gushed, "People would finally have an answer as to what the hell happened after the screen went black."
"Nurse Jackie" will return for its fourth season sometime in spring 2012.