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Disjointed 

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Cannabis legend Ruth Whitefeather Feldman employs her newly graduated son and a team of young "budtenders" to help run her Los Angeles marijuana dispensary.
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Series cast summary:
Kathy Bates ...  Ruth Whitefeather Feldman 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Aaron Moten ...  Travis 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Elizabeth Alderfer ...  Olivia 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Tone Bell ...  Carter 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Elizabeth Ho ...  Jenny 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Dougie Baldwin ...  Pete 20 episodes, 2017-2018
Betsy Sodaro ...  Dabby 19 episodes, 2017-2018
Chris Redd ...  Dank 19 episodes, 2017-2018
Nicole Sullivan ...  Maria 16 episodes, 2017-2018
Michael Trucco ...  Tae Kwon Doug 15 episodes, 2017-2018
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Cannabis legend Ruth Whitefeather Feldman employs her newly graduated son and a team of young "budtenders" to help run her Los Angeles marijuana dispensary.

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25 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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Desajustados See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Each episode has a few vine-like clips between some scenes. These interstitials have a theme per episode that's a marijuana related pun. For example, pots, bones and people who are high (off the ground). See more »


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Jack, I'm Mellow
Performed by Trixie Smith
[Series' theme song heard during opening credits]
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a tastefully real comedy about legalization
29 August 2017 | by OmNomzSee all my reviews

I think this show is an excellent representation of legalization. As an Army vet, ex-security guard, with a traumatic childhood and someone who used to view smoking as weakness, I truly felt myself in the character of Carter and his journey toward inner piece and dealing with PTSD. (It's a bit shameful to admit but I wept like a baby through many of the situations with Carter)

Though this is a comedy, it deals with real things that people (especially those who are on the fence about legalization) have struggled with in regards to pot use while keeping things lighthearted. The show has a diverse set of situations that the average American relate to and help them understand why many people are turning to medical (or recreational) Marijuana to deal with stress, pain, trauma, and so much more. From a mom trying to keep from going off the deep end, to a person terrified that weed is going to be their gateway drug to worse things like her parents, this show has touched on several fears and questions I myself have had:

What will happen to me if I start smoking? My family has a history of drug use, what if I start something harder because of this? How much is too much for me? Does smoking pot change me as a person?

I think that many people don't understand how to relate to this show yet unfortunately and take it only as a comedy and not as what it really is: A voice for people like me who use this drug as a way to level out and be a functioning member of society.

However, That is not to say the show is not funny, (though obviously more so if you are high) as it often breaks the forth wall and makes fun of itself through the nearly 3 hour movie (oh, right this is a show.... I forget that when I binge, haha). However I would say there is a lot of "in" jokes that make it difficult for those who have not started their own journeys of self discovery to relate to.

All in all, I will recommend it to anyone who smokes, anyone who is on the fence about it, and anyone interested in it's legalization. I give it a 9/10 because as much as I enjoyed the show, there is always things to improve.


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