Weeds: Season 1 (2005)
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The dark-humored dramedy about a pot-dealing suburban widow in California opens its inaugural season with Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) dealing with family issues and tangling with a rival pusher. Elsewhere, Nancy's business may go up in smoke when some of her clients obtain medical marijuana cards; Nancy's ne'er-do-well brother-in-law (Justin Kirk) unexpectedly arrives and hopes to crash at her house; and Nancy decides to open a faux bakery as a business front for her dealings. Also in the… More
as Bicycle Cop
as Officer Wick
as Megan Beals
as Judah Botwin
as Nancy Botwin
as Silas Botwin
as Shane Botwin
as Doug Wilson
as Andy Botwin
as The Candyman
as Celia Hodes
as Isabelle Hodes
as Dean Hodes
as Skateboard Kid
as Delivery Guy
as Helen Chin, Tennis P...
as Principal Dodge
as Mr. Advani
as Craig X
as Boyer Beachwood
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Weeds actually meets the rarely fulfilled promise of Showtime's former slogan: "No Limits."
Despite its unique premise, the show delivers little more than network sitcom material tarted up with cable raciness.
Nancy's money troubles suck the fun out of the show, and Celia's relentlessly nasty behavior is more outrageous than it is funny.
The players are top-notch, including Parker, an acquired taste thanks to her mannerisms, but an actress with sublime instincts and deeply felt emotion.
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