Weeds (2005–2012)
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Wonderful Wonderful 

Nancy is unsure of her fate after showing Esteban a sonogram of her baby; Quinn has a hard time collecting ransom money for Celia.




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Nancy is unsure of her fate after showing Esteban a sonogram of her baby; Quinn has a hard time collecting ransom money for Celia.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama


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8 June 2009 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Alexander Gould's voice is noticeably deeper and he is much taller despite being out of the house for only a few hours. See more »


Nancy Botwin: It's so wonderful wonderful.
Andy Botwin: What?
Nancy Botwin: You once said that to me.
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Written by Malvina Reynolds
Performed by Malvina Reynolds (uncredited)
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This show has run out of gas
15 June 2009 | by (Michigan, USA) – See all my reviews

The first three seasons of "Weeds" were funny, creative and offbeat -- crime as crazy and accessible, but still causing awful consequences for those who make these unlawful choices.

The Season 4 exit from the burned-out Agrestic could have been genius on the part of creator Jenji Kohan, but instead the plots turned meaner, nastier and darker, and not ONE SINGLE CHARACTER was likable anymore. It was just an ensemble of screechy, illicit, foul-mouthed jerks slinging grass and making stupid decisions. I also must agree with the reviewer before me that Celia and Doug should have been dumped when the Agrestic arc ended, and new characters introduced, since a new locale was introduced. But no, these people linger like a giant zit on your cheek.

The Season 5 opener suggests that this show should end after this season -- what more can we get out of Nancy Botwin and her quibbling, bitter children and lame pot business? The plots are boring, and the characters are still unlikable. Celia's kidnappers unable to find someone to pay the ransom was tedious. Esteban's dominance of Nancy is disgusting. Her sons are brats. I'm done with "Weeds." When it comes to a show about a middle aged person selling illegal substances because they need more money, I'll vote instead for "Breaking Bad" on AMC, a show that just might make it creatively to four or five seasons.

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