Weeds (2005–2012)
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The second season opens where the first season left off...Nancy Botwin, the suburban soccer mom who also happens to be the Queen of Weed in her community, has just discovered that the new ... See full summary »

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Conrad Shepard
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Andy Botwin
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Shane Botwin
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Doug Wilson
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Yael Hoffman
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Vaneeta
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Dean Hodes
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The second season opens where the first season left off...Nancy Botwin, the suburban soccer mom who also happens to be the Queen of Weed in her community, has just discovered that the new man in her bed is a bona fide DEA agent, complete with gun and badge! When Conrad hears the news, he threatens to pull the plug on their deal and their friendship; In order to get into the growing business, Nancy must sell the bake shop, but a sale won't net enough cash; Silas' disrespect is getting on Nancy's nerves; Andy attempts to get into rabbinical school to avoid getting sent to Iraq; Celia, who is pissed off at Doug, decides to run for his seat on the city council; Sanjay finds a way to help Nancy with her bake-shop problem. Written by Alarmanwp

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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14 August 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

At one point, we see Andy reading "Rejuvenile", a book written by series creator Jenji Kohan's husband Christopher Noxon. See more »

Goofs

In the season 1 finale at the very end, Nancy gets out of bed, slips on a jacket, walks by the bathroom mirror, then comes back and turns on the bathroom light, revealing that the jacket she has on is a DEA jacket. In the season 2 opener, which is supposed to pick up at that same spot, she walks past the mirror, then comes back to look at the jacket without ever turning the light on. We can barely make out "DEA" on the jacket in the dark. See more »

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Nancy Botwin: We're gonna be a family if I have to kill all of you!
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References The Sopranos (1999) See more »

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Bathtime in Clerkenwell
Written and Performed by The Real Tuesday Weld
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Excellent start to the Second Season
16 August 2006 | by (Olmsted Falls, Ohio) – See all my reviews

This is a show that just keeps getting better. The first few episodes relied completely on the funny but not super premise of a suburban mom selling drugs and being out of her league. As it has grown, especially between seasons, it has become more complex and more satisfying. The brother in law is less annoying here than he was before and the episodes are both more interesting and more funny. The relationship with the DEA agent(pay attention there), which they should keep expanding, is interesting and could take the show in a variety of new directions. My only problem is with the new version of the theme song. I had just grown to like the often-grating version they used all first season, and of the four episodes I have seen it has been really hit or miss for quality, and is especially poor where it shouldn't be, the first episode. But beyond that, there is little to complain about here except that I wish the show were longer because i could watch more of it.


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