I have to say Weeds has evolved. From light hearted whim to hardcore grit, Weeds matures into a pungent, thought-provoking series. With Nancy's objectification and torment, Weeds capitalizes on the downfall of the heroine, showing the consequences of thrusting aside her allegiance. This series is not only brilliant but tackles on the the sadistic side of selling marijuana. Weeds has turned over a new leaf for the better, and the characters continue to grows as the pot (I mean plot) blossoms. Nancy Botwin's plight and downfall is cleverly addressed as the sex of Andy juxtaposes the rape of her own body. Weeds is genius and continues to burgeon ingenuity coupled with comedy. Nothing can stop growth and i can see that Weeds is here to stay.