Kimmel couldn't believe that the actress who played Carmela Soprano hadn't watched every episode of her first Emmy-winning series. “How is that possible that I’ve seen more ‘Sopranos’ episodes than you have?” he asked incredulously.
Falco used the admission as a chance to plug her current premium cable network. “I don’t have HBO. ... No, I’m kidding ... I work for Showtime now.”
“You’re very loyal to your network,” Jimmy replied.
“Listen, I do what I’m asked,” Falco quipped.
Jokes aside, Falco said she just finds it weird to watch herself performing. But she noted she has seen all of "Nurse Jackie" because she’s more involved in the show as a whole.
Maybe she didn't watch "The Sopranos" because she felt like she was living the show already. Falco recently told Salon that it was harder to separate herself from Carmela Soprano than it is Jackie Peyton. “I’m a very different person [now] and I don’t take it home so much. It has so much to do with my experience of being on the set, like being in the hospital and seeing all the people I work with and seeing the blue outfits. The experience is very much of a part, of being in the surroundings.”
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