For better or worse, Weeds has been in a constant state of flux ever since the writers uprooted Nancy Botwin and family from their all-is-not-as-sunny-it-seems hometown of Agrestic at the end of Season 3. Whereas the show once stood as both a scathing satire of suburban life and a look at a widow's foray into the drug trade, following Season 3 the series abandoned the former quality and instead chose to amplify the black comedy aspects of the latter. Mary-Louise Parker's performance as Nancy has been the show's main steadying presence since then, and that remained the case with the Season 6 premiere, as the show continues to search for a new status quo as fruitful as those of the first two seasons. This time, it appears like we're in for a good ol' road story.
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