by munstersxxx | 13:59 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
The first time I ever saw this show, I believe I was hooked on it starting with the theme song. It is very catchy. I think this show is a really intresting show to learn from. I really like the character Mary-Louise Parker plays.
by deekshant92 | 13:58 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
Remember when there was actual mention of weed in Weeds? I miss Conrad. I want my Heylia back.I want my Heylia back! Episode after episode the show is disappointing. Hey Jenji Khan, lets make the Agrestic burning down and all, just a dream. No one will sa more
by Gioiacanelli | 13:57 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
I love it! I am so addicted to it that is not even funny. I found weeds funny, real, dramatic, original... I cannot stop watching. They are such a good actors that they deserve a grammy or oscar or something like that... Love it...
by rockyracoon | 13:56 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
anyone know what it is?
by TBoN3 | 13:56 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
Ok, Episode 11 is now over and there are 2 more episodes left in season 4. "Head Cheese" only left me with one question when it ended. Why would she privately meet Capt. Roy Till and say the name "Guillermo Garcia Gomez"? Is she freaki more
by wackpenack | 13:55 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
I love the show,and have loved it since the begining.but i just dont think this season stands up to the past ones somethig is missing but ill always watch it.
by Neton | 13:55 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
This show was great still is in some ways,but loose the flavor of the begining,Agrestic...,i think is over for good,or what?next season nancy go to Venezuela and have an affair with hugo chavez?,and season 6 she end up has a hostage of Farc Guerrilla in s more
by siah | 13:54 EDT, 28 Jul, 2009
Weeds has evolved into border dealings and latino-white interactions, which is crucial for capturing even a comical rendering of drug subcultures in So Cal. In the early seasons, it explored white privilege, black-white race relations, and hypocrisies of more