Weeds: Season 7, Episode 3

Game-Played (11 Jul. 2011)

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Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER), struggling to mix into the ranks of the halfway house, has an unexpected bomb dropped on her by Jill (JENNIFER JASON LEIGH). Meanwhile, Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) and ... See full summary »

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Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER), struggling to mix into the ranks of the halfway house, has an unexpected bomb dropped on her by Jill (JENNIFER JASON LEIGH). Meanwhile, Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) and Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) lock down a place to live. Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) scores a modeling gig. Down on Wall Street, Doug (KEVIN NEALON) is offered the job of his dreams Written by Anonymous

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So Far, So Good
12 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There hasn't been a major story arc revealed yet for this season. However, it's been really fun so far. The job Silas takes this episode turns out to be hilarious. I'm not sure why Doug was hired so soon at his old friend's firm. Probably, it is for some kind of illegal accounting/scapegoat sort of thing. Knowing the character of Doug, he's smarter than he looks and probably will not fall for such trickery. Nothing else really happened other each character getting a chance to talk to Nancy. The ending conversation between Silas and Nancy showed some real growth for Silas.

The preview for the next episode makes it look extremely promising.


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