The key element to this biased documentaries failure is that it doesnt really prove anything, it doesnt really educate and its very a tonal for the entire thing. Their is no arc, no pearl, no umph! Its just a really boring, shallow documentary made by stoners, for stoners! The premise is simple enough, Doug Benson, an american comedian, best known for always being high, decides to detox off weed for 30 days, sit a series of tests and then smoke weed all day every day for 30 days and sit similar tests. What does it show? not much. It's intercut with him doing live stand up which is ok, but as a comedian i dont really find his type of comedy hilarious. The documentaries saving grace is the angle it takes on the DEA braking state law in california and raiding all medicial marijuana pharmacies, much to the obvious disgruntlement of the people. I fear that maybe would have made a better documentary. There is very little to no opposing opinion, so all were being told is stuff by people who smoke weed everyday, the occasional psychiatrist may pass a comment about it but other than that, no opposing factors to what were being told here are present. It also does a very good job of glorifiying weed use and demonising the DEA, now obviously different cultures will have their own stand on that, however i felt it seemed almost childish. Im niether her nor there when it comes to peoples addictions, everyone has them on some level and everyone has taken or self medicates at one point in their life. But this affair seems too preachy and not forgiving enough of people who arent big into that culture. The outcome is anti climactic also. Doug makes it out as if his 30 day bender is going to kill him, but because he was a stoner previously to his dry period all this experiment shows is that once he is finished his experiment he had a good time and wanted to keep smoking. Whoopie doo! It's watchable but doesnt even come close to warranting a serious look at the over use of drugs.