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the return of weeds

does anyone know roughly when the new season of weeds is due to return? i cannot wait

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I've been following Weeds since the beginning. I'm actually kind of happy with the way its turnin out. Shane is becoming a fcking boss. I like this darker side of the show. What do you guys think of how its been going lately?


Am new here. Why a URL to clink on to watch Weeds but it never shows up?

Happy Parents' Day: Vote for TV's Ultimate Worst Parents! - Featured

The results are in! See who won SideReel's Ultimate Worst TV Parent Award: Happy Parents' Day: And TV's Ultimate Worst Parent Is... In honor of Sunday's Parents' Day and a great, but non-winning category from the SideReel Flunkies , we asked you and your fellow Reelers who you thought qualified as the worst parents on TV! Below is the list of the Top 10 most nominated parents . Check out who made the list, then vote for who you think is the worst parent or worst set of parents to win the crown for SideReel's Worst TV Parent(s)! Weeds - Nancy Botwin Heroes - Arthur & Angela Petrelli Grey's Anatomy - Ellis Grey Lost - Anthony Cooper (Locke's dad) One Tree Hill - Dan Scott How I Met Your Mother - Ted Mosby Gossip Girl - Bart Bass Family Guy - Peter Griffin The Simpsons - Homer Simpson Arrested Development - George Sr. & Lucille Bluth Voting will close Friday afternoon (8/31) and the ultimate worst parents will be announced! Check back on this post for the winner.

Nancy breaking Andy's heart!

Nancy is being such a bitch to Andy. I feel so bad for him. He had sex with some psyco while homeless people shat all around him just to provide for her. AH i hate her so much right now! does anybody else feel the same way?

song @ end of episode

What is it? "it goes bang bang in my head..."

Is Weeds dead in the water?

Is it me or has weeds gotten progressively worse since their house burned down and they moved out of the suburbs? I mean it made a great season finale but come on?! Personally I would be surprised it the show got renewed for a season six! Is there anyone who actually disagrees with me? why?

Weeds, Breaking Bad, The Wire: Who's the Coolest Drug Dealer of Them All? - Featured

Now that we've hit the lighter summer TV season, I've been catching up on favorites I let slide during the fall TV season, and also catching those shows on my to-watch list. So while recently catching up on the amazing finale of Breaking Bad , digging into Season 1 of Weeds , and devouring Season 4 of The Wire , I began to wonder how my TV world became so packed full of not only drug-related shows, but unusual drug dealers! Breaking Bad and Weeds are especially atypical in that they feature suburbanites thrown into drug dealing under unfortunate circumstances. Both drug dealing main characters find themselves in desperation to make lots of money, and fast. The Wire , on the other hand, has some more typical drug dealers on the rough streets of Baltimore, but still has some intriguingly unusual guys like Stringer Bell who attends business classes at a community college to learn to be a better businessman in his particular line of business. So, while of course we're all smart enough (and learn enough lessons from the trouble these guys and gals do get in) to know drugs and drug dealing is not cool, these shows all provide some absolutely intriguing characters and plotlines circulating around a fascination with these unusual drug dealers and their stories, and let's face it - these characters in the TV world, are seriously cool in their toughness and creative ways of entering and dealing with the drug world. So, in that light, who would you say is the coolest, most clever, most intriguing, and unusual drug dealer of them all? Feel free to add in anyone I've missed! Weeds - Nancy Botwin Breaking Bad - Walter White The Wire - Stringer Bell, Avon Barksdale, Omar Little Who else?


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.


God he's cold. I thought that they were right for each other, but he must not have cared about her that much before. I hope Conrad and crew come back