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The offbeat dramedy's fifth season kicks off with Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) pondering her fate and her relationship with Mexican crime boss Esteban (Demian Bichir). Seasonal dramas and developments include Andy, Doug and Silas contemplating a partnership in the cannabis biz; Nancy's older sister Jill (Jennifer Jason Leigh) arriving in town; and Silas and Doug trying to launch a medical-marijuana dispensary, though their plans are in danger of getting snuffed out by meddling Deputy C.P. Jones… More
as Dr. Audra Kitson
as Nancy Botwin
as Silas Botwin
as Capt. Roy Till
as Shane Botwin
as Doug Wilson
as The Wizard
as Andy Botwin
as Celia Hodes
as Isabelle Hodes
as Dean Hodes
as Esteban Reyes
as Heylia James
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If there's one thing that keeps me coming back to Weeds, though, it's the performances.
By the third episode, though, Weeds seems to be finding its footing.
It's the funniest thing you'll see all summer - particularly if you're drug-free.
Creator Jenji Kohan has kept it all going so far, the supporting cast remains the funniest on TV, and Parker, with her carefully calculated stillness and sudden reckless displays of fearlessness, is more riveting than ever.
All this is to say that Weeds, like Lost, proves that good screenwriting and an emotional investment in well-developed, well-acted characters can make any story line work, no matter how ridiculous.