In the fourth season of this hilariously subversive series, Mary-Louise Parker is back as pot-dealing widow and single mother Nancy Botwin. Thanks to some drastic occurrences, Nancy is forced to relocate her family from the idyllic Agrestic township to......more
In the fourth season of this hilariously subversive series, Mary-Louise Parker is back as pot-dealing widow and single mother Nancy Botwin. Thanks to some drastic occurrences, Nancy is forced to relocate her family from the idyllic Agrestic township to the home of her caustic father-in-law (Albert Brooks) in a small town near the border of Mexico, thereby leaving behind her business with Conrad and Heylia indefinitely. Soon enough, however, Nancy is waist-deep in a whole new world of problems involving her sons? raging hormones; her new drug-trafficking partner, Guillermo (Guillermo Diaz); a secret underground tunnel fronted by a maternity store; and Guillermo?s boss, a powerful and sensual druglord who moonlights as the mayor of Tijuana. To make matters worse, Celia (Elizabeth Perkins), who?s fallen into a drug-fueled mess, is snooping around the whole situation, as is one invested DEA officer. Meanwhile, the bumbling Andy (Justin Kirk) and Doug (Kevin Nealon) start an immigrant-smuggling operation only to find loves that just might destroy them. This set contains all 13 episodes of WEEDS?s fourth season.
I have been watching this show since the beginning and the writing and acting has never ceased to amaze me. Season Four is no exception! Just when you think Nancy Botwin can't get into any more trouble, she flirts with the ultimate danger in season four and leaves you wanting more. It was definitely a jaw dropping, comedy filled season which left me on the edge of my seat for season five!
For yet another season, the inexplicably charming Nancy Botwin drags us down with her. Time and again, I found myself hoping that the trouble would just leave this suburban housewife along, so she could peddle her pot to the wacked-out residents of Agrestic in peace. But the writers of Weeds have something else in mind during Season 4 of Weeds. Nancy falls in with a criminal element that surpasses anything she's encountered before, and the danger level rises. This season was enchanting and incredibly watchable, from start to finish!
Weeds is a television show following a suburban mother and her family as they make a living in the drug industry associated with the title. Weeds airs on Showtime regularly, but if you do not pay for that channel getting the complete season on DVD is actually well worth the cost.I have bought and watched every single episode of the show Weeds and grabbed my copy of season four the very day that it was released. I have not been disappointed.The characters remain true to how they have been portrayed previously, with all of them having their own interesting quirks. The cast is dead on entertaining in their roles.Weeds is intelligent comedy blended with juvenile humor presented in a world full of drama and more than a few scary, potentially violent moments. There is something for most everyone who has a dark sense of humor, though this is not family viewing at all. Aside from remaining funny and interesting, Weeds amped up the naughty content just a bit this season. Lead actress Mary-Louise Parker is featured in several nude scenes and the younger actors who play her sons both fall into some risqué relationships as well.The episodes in season four tend to run about half an hour in length, which felt shorter than previous seasons, though there are plenty of episodes to feel like you are getting your money?s worth. Even when the stories feel like ground already covered in previous television programs, Weeds manages to keep its unique voice and entertain fully. Four seasons and I'm still not tired of watching!
Nancy and the family move away from their past, left it burning in ashes but with a few problems gone, a few more take their place. Nancy Nancy Nancy, what will she do next? Always reckless and always getting in to trouble, trying to do the best for her family by involving herself with drug dealers. The bumbling drug dealing mom and the troubles she constantly is getting into as well as the family dynamics make weeds not only a funny show but one that others can relate to. Being in a new place, it seems like everything is out of order, watching Nancy and the others try to put some order in their lives is amusing and entertaining. I can't get enough Weeds season 4!
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