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- DescriptionThe suburbs have never been darker or funnier than in this buzz-worthy series from Showtime. To the outside world, Nancy Botwin (Mary Louise Parker, ANGELS IN AMERICA) appears to be an average mom still recovering from the death of her husband. But making a living as a single mom is tough, so Nancy does the most logical thing...and becomes a pot dealer. Surrounded by her cannabis-craving accountant (Kevin Nealon, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE), her scheming friend (Elizabeth Perkins, BIG), and her slacker brother-in-law (Justin Kirk, FLANNEL PAJAMAS), Nancy attempts to support her family without arousing suspicion from the cops or her neighbours. Contains all the episodes from series three.
- Leading Role 1Mary Louise Parker
- Leading Role 2Justin Kirk
- Release FormatDVD
- Release Year2008
- Additional GenreComedy
- Running Time372 minutes
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- joesmummy-200821 May, 2011by
Bought to catch up on missed episodes due to new seasons starting. Really enjoyed seasons 1 & 2. Black comedy always makes me smile and occassionally laugh out loud.
- hardware-hacker28 Oct, 2010by
See, I could use you. You tell me which way is south.
Is it possible for a phenomenal show to get even better? Yes, Weeds season 3 proves that it is possible - believe it or not!! The season starts out right where we left Nancy and Conrad in the weed-less growhouse at the wrong end of a lot of guns. Nancy's son, Silas, has stolen the weed because he wants in on the family business and he is pulled over in his car with the weed in the truck, curtesy of Celia Hodes and some stolen cameras. Meanwhile, Nancy's brother-in-law puts out an Amber-alert for Nancy's younger son - and yes - it gets worse!! The beauty is that Weeds still has a realistic feel to it and entire growhouses full of wonderfully wicked, dark humour. There are so many aspects to compliment. Season 3 sees new characters: Sullivan Groff, the man behind the fabricated Majestic and Tara, a Jesus-loving pott-dealer. Oh yes, and the title song, "Little boxes" played by an assortment of different artists. And, and, and the dialogue... it's unbelievable. Just coming to the end of watching all three seasons back to back. If you haven't seen any of the Weeds seasons yet, do yourself a favour and start from the beginning to get maximum enjoyment as well as to understand the characters. This season sees Nancy find and lose a friend, resolve the key business issues which were becoming a veritable millstone. The call to turn up to the DEA office is priceless. Shane challenges the fundamentalist summer school about the separation of church and state, suffering the consequences. Andy gets a get out of the army free card. Celia ends up in quite a hole. The script writing is in a superb class of its own. You never really know what's going to happen next and the humour has had me falling off the couch laughing so hard at times. I also like the way the closing song of each episode ties in well with the last scene. Although Weeds is marketed primarily as a comedy do not accept it as such and I think you will get more enjoyment from it. What I don't nderstand is why so few people in the UK have heard of this series. It's brilliant Read full review
- corkster5902 Apr, 2010by
Like i said for series 2... bloody awesome, great entertainment, waiting for next series... !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- 203140928@delet...04 Nov, 2009by
weeds season 3
Witty, sexy, intellgent and thrilling. This show just goes from strength to strength. The dvd extras are great too!
- granto-san18 Jun, 2008by
Weeds Season 3 - it just gets better and better
I love Weeds. Nancy ROCKS! All the characters rock. If you have not seen WEEDS buy Season 1 now and do yourself a favour-watch it. One of the funniest American tv shows EVER! And as it evolves it just gets better!
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