When a network promises that a season finale will be "one you did not see coming," it's a hard statement to back up. Especially for fans of 'Weeds' who have slogged through a season that felt more like Showtime's version of a sordid 'Partridge Family.' more
Guillermo have Nancy, leaving Andy to try and get the Botwins–and Warren–onto
the plane in the “Theoretical Love is Not Dead” season finale of WEEDS. I was
lucky enough to preview the tense, emotional episode and I think it’s the best
of t more
Nancy is manipulative, sexy, tough, reckless and a bitch -- and she's got Vaughn's word cloud to prove it. You would think one of the last things Nancy needed was a sit-down interview with an investigative reporter to commit the details of her sordi more
come to a head in the “Fran Tarkenton” episode of WEEDS, as Andy continues
trying to get passports, Doug takes a surprising trip, and Nancy must decide
how much of her story to tell Vaughn. I had a chance to watch the episode
early, and whi more
This was the second episode in Nancy's hometown of Dearborn, and the trip down memory lane continues to show us the casualties of tasmanian devil Nancy, who being mostly oblivious, knows not what she does (or did). The stories were mostly divide-and-conqu more
Still in Dearborn, Nancy and Silas both do some
investigating and Andy gets in over his head in the “Viking Pride” episode of WEEDS .
I had a chancve to preview theepisode, and while the pacing is a bit slow, I’m
happy to say it’s a goo more
episode brought the gang back to Nancy's hometown. I wasn't sure why they would
go back to her roots, but the old saying is There's No Place Like Home, right?
- Again" also introduced us to a couple of Nancy's past lovers.