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The dark comedy-drama's seventh season opens three years after pot-dealing Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) has done a stint in federal prison and has been paroled to a halfway house in New York City. However, Nancy fully looks for an opportunity to fire up her canni-business and reunite with the men in her life. Meanwhile, Silas attempts to land a job as a model; Doug is offered a dream job on Wall Street; Shane decides to give it the old college try and enrolls in classes; and Nancy squares… More
as Nancy Botwin
as Jill Price-Gray
as Demetri Ravitch
as Silas Botwin
as Shane Botwin
as Foster Klein
as Doug Wilson
as Andy Botwin
as Det. Ouellette
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I've been really enjoying how drastically it overhauls itself so frequently and dramatically, to the point where the series feels like it keeps morphing into its own spinoff every year or two.
Despite the odds stacked against it, Weeds is in the midst of a bit of a creative rebirth.
Nancy Botwin has moved to New York, and that may give her Showtime series Weeds some of the fresh energy the move was designed to provide.
If nothing else, the show knows how to move, even if it doesn't always know where it's going.
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