Lorraine Bracco Goes 'On the Couch' Lorraine Bracco plays Dr. Jennifer Melfi, the woman saddled with the job of psychoanalyzing mob boss Tony Soprano. She's also an Academy Award nominee for Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas — another mob story, in which she played the wife of a gangster. Bracco talks to Terry Gross about her memoir, On the Couch. Rebroadcast from June 6, 2006
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Lorraine Bracco Goes 'On the Couch'

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Lorraine Bracco Goes 'On the Couch'

Lorraine Bracco Goes 'On the Couch'

Lorraine Bracco Goes 'On the Couch'

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Lorraine Bracco plays Dr. Jennifer Melfi, the woman saddled with the job of psychoanalyzing mob boss Tony Soprano. She's also an Academy Award nominee for Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas — another mob story, in which she played the wife of a gangster. Bracco talks to Terry Gross about her memoir, On the Couch. Rebroadcast from June 6, 2006

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