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Weeds very addictive
Just watched seasons one through three yesterday. watching season 4 can't keep my eyes off of it. I think weeds is as addictive as the product she sells. It is very interesting how the characters of the cul-DE-sac vacillate in and out each others lives and how Nancy is a whole part of that culture. when Nancy rationalizes 'that she is not really a drug dealer' what she is really doing is somehow dissociating between street dealers and herself. Ironically, it is the so called street dealers such as Heylia James - a sassy mother wit of the drug business who mentors Nancy and Heylia's nephew Conrad who Nancy is very fond of even through she tries to separate her self from the lifestyle these are the people Nancy must connect with to continue her business There are several quirky characters that keep weeds hopping Demanding and condescending Cecilia, and her estranged husband dean, Nancy's goofy lovable screw up brother in law Andy. Nanny's brother-in law and Kevin Nealon is laughable as the crooked CPA helping Nancy.
Mistral's Daughter (1984)
The story line is the driving force to the mini-series
Ministrals' daughter is a story that is very compelling story despite the bad casting.Lee Remick gives a strong performance as the unloved and despised wife of Ministral and Keech gives an outstanding performance as the complex and cruel artist Mistral. Mistral in the beginning, starts out as an impoverished artist. He seduces young Maggie Lunnel(Stephanie Powers who plays an 18 year old but looks 40] lol He callously discards Maggie for American Business woman Kate Brown(Remick) after she promises him fame and fortune as an artist.
Maggie finds solace in an American Business man and has a daughter (teddy lunnel- who becomes Ministrals' mistress and has a child by him) Ministral falls deeply in love with teddy until she is tragically killed in a boating accident. Although, he has a child with kate he treats her callously ... it is clear that teddy's child is his favorite