Series finale, Part 2. The Botwins (& Doug!) are at a crossroads.
Series finale, Part 1. The Botwins (& Doug!) are at a crossroads.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER), Andy (JUSTIN KIRK), and Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) take a trip. Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) is busted for stealing property off the impound lot. Meanwhile, Doug (KEVIN NEALON) gives up on his charity and decides to pursue a bigger, more lucrative scheme.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) meets Rabbi Dave's (DAVID JULIAN HIRSH) friends during an awkward Shabbos dinner. Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) brings home a very special guest to meet the family. Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) prepares for his new business venture. Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) and Angela (DANIELE WATTS) attempt to retrieve some stolen property. Meanwhile, Doug's (KEVIN NEALON) homeless friends threaten to leave him if he doesn¿t begin catering to their needs.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) and Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) are approached with a new job opportunity. Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) does something reckless to impress Angela (DANIELE WATTS). A dejected Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) offers up love advice to Rabbi Dave (DAVID JULIAN HIRSH) and his students. Meanwhile, Doug (KEVIN NEALON) tries to keep his fake charity - and restless homeless group - from disbanding.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) gets promoted and takes on new responsibilities. Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) and Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) both start their new jobs. Doug (KEVIN NEALON) recruits homeless people in an attempt to legitimize his scam charity while Jill (JENNIFER JASON LEIGH) breaks some upsetting news to Andy (JUSTIN KIRK).
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) and Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) start their new, legit and highly competitive jobs. After graduating from the police academy, Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) gets an assignment. Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) seeks employment at the local Jewish temple. Meanwhile, Doug's (KEVIN NEALON) reckless spending comes to a complete halt.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) is ready to get her life back on track and starts anew with a job search. Jill (JENNIFER JASON LEIGH) drops a bomb on Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) and Doug (KEVIN NEALON). Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) must track down the location of his stolen plants. Meanwhile, Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) uses his superior intellect to make some extra cash at the police academy.
Nancy's (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) attempt to raise money for Stevie's soccer fees tempts her back to her old ways as she battles to finally leave the drug business for good. Jill (JENNIFER JASON LEIGH) uses Doug (KEVIN NEALON) to get revenge on Andy (JUSTIN KIRK). Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) and Angela (DANIELE WATTS) go on a double date with Ouellette (MICHAEL HARNEY) and his wife. Meanwhile, Silas' (HUNTER PARRISH) friendship with R.J. (DOMINIC DIERKES) takes a strange turn.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) plans a family dinner while tending to her pot business. Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) and Jill (JENNIFER JASON LEIGH) agree to watch over Stevie throughout the day. Meanwhile, Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) befriends a local pot grower while Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD) invites Angela (DANIELE WATTS), his classmate, over to their family dinner. Back at the house, Doug (KEVIN NEALON) makes enemies with the neighbor's dog.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) and Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) chase after Shane (ALEXANDER GOULD), who has discovered the identity of Nancy's shooter. Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) attempts to bond with Jill's daughters via roller derby. Meanwhile, Doug (KEVIN NEALON) and Whit (BRUCE NOZICK) come up with a new plan after being fired from the hedge fund.
Nancy (MARY-LOUISE PARKER) recovers from her bullet shot wound and makes a few friends and enemies during her stay in the hospital. Back at the house, Andy (JUSTIN KIRK) and Jill (JENNIFER JASON LEIGH) are romantically interrupted by Jill's husband. Silas (HUNTER PARRISH) maintains an unconventional affair with Kiku (KAT FOSTER), while Shane makes new friends at the Police Academy. Meanwhile, Doug (KEVIN NEALON) and Whit (BRUCE NOZICK) are pitched new business ideas.
The victim is rushed to the hospital after being shot as the family follows close behind. The family grapples with the tragedy and hypothesizes on the shooter's identity.
The last time we saw Nancy and the Botwins, it was through the scope of a hit man's rifle. Nancy had sprung from the joint and gone to New York City, where she made a fresh start doing what she does best - selling pot and making enemies. Now, everyone's wondering who put out the hit...and who got smoked.
In the Season 7 finale, Silas betrays Nancy, even as Shane makes one last attempt to protect her from Detective Ouellette; back on Wall Street, Doug and Whit hatch a plan to keep the hedge fund alive.
Nancy and Silas face off over who controls their drug business, while Andy tries to mediate; Shane goes to lengths to win back Detective Ouellette's trust, while Doug tries to keep the SEC distracted from his hedge fund's illegal activities.
Interesting fact-based story of a San Quentin prisoner who wrote a play, got paroled, and organized a theater group of ex-cons. Fine ensemble!
In Season Three Nancy will begin to embrace her chosen occupation and she can finally stop hiding. The fact that she owes U-Turn for the missing pot tightens the noose. How she goes about securing that money while still keeping dinner on the Botwin table and growing her business in spite of this massive setback is the crux of her journey this season. It is even harder for her to maintain her home without the help of brother-in-law Andy. As for the kids, Silas becomes an integral part of the family business and Shane will still provide the sole voice of reason for the family.
New York, New High! After serving 3 years in the joint, the onetime suburban soccer mom is making a fresh start in New York City and going back to what she does best -- selling pot.
Life in Ren-Mar is in chaos with Esteban's career in limbo; Nancy juggling the demands of three sons and a new marriage; and Andy and Audra's hot new romance in bloom. Will Pilar sabotage Nancy & Esteban's happy home; will Celia and Doug become the new drug lords on the block...or will Silas and Shane?! It all comes to an explosive head in the final scene of the season.
Weeds exposes the dirty little secrets that lie behind the pristine lawns and shiny closed doors of homes in the fictional town of Agrestic, California.
Around this hazy roundtable, Creator (Jenji Kohan) and Producers (Roberto Benabib, Matthew Salsberg) discuss a series of show topics ranging from the direction the Botwins take in the 8th season, the trials and tribulations of the season, producing the series finale, the evolution and significance of the title sequence, and where the characters are today.
Season 6 of this highly acclaimed series turns over a new leaf when pot-selling soccer mom Nancy Botwin (Golden Globe winner Mary-Louise Parker) tries to leave behind her illegal operations.
What's television's primo pot dealer to do when her cozy suburban enclave burns to the ground, taking her clients and stash along with it? What else? Pack up and move on. With the embers of Agrestic smoldering in her rear view mirror, Nancy Botwin & Co. relocate to the fictional beach town of Ren Mar on the San Diego/Mexico border to set up shop with a new biz that's...pregnant with possibilities.
With interviews by cast and experts we look into the world of medical marijuana and the creation of the marijuana pill.
Nancy wonders if Esteban will be looking into her while he tracks down who talked.
Lenny leaves Silas and Shane at home to take care of their Bubbie.
Andy tries to talk Doug into smuggling Mexicans across the border.
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