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post #121 of 1091
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Originally Posted by Stocky View Post

Holy Crap, was that not the funniest dialoge between Andy and the youngest (forgot his name ) son about masterbation .

That was great but not as funny as the lines between Celia & Nancy:

"How do you get your kids to eat fruit?"

"Shane's just been on this whole banana kick lately. He must need the potassium."

And WOW! what an ending! DEA guys must be really hard up!
post #122 of 1091
Nobody can accuse this show of standing still....
post #123 of 1091
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Originally Posted by Stocky View Post

Holy Crap, was that not the funniest dialoge between Andy and the youngest (forgot his name ) son about masterbation .

Yeah that was a good one.
post #124 of 1091
Yeah, this second season has been better than the first.

And every episode has been better than the one before. 3>2>1.
post #125 of 1091
Titan shows it in SD tonight. Does anyone know if this airs in HD on Tuesdays?
post #126 of 1091
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Originally Posted by Gary*w* View Post

And WOW! what an ending! DEA guys must be really hard up!

I wonder what happens when Conrad finds out that she's married to the DEA guy? I don't suppose the immunity clause covers accomplices ?
post #127 of 1091
Interesting factoid from our local paper. Over 1 million plants have been pulled by law enforcement already this season with an estimated street value over over $4.5 billion, and this is about a month until harvest time. That's just what they've found.

So, no, I don't imagine Nancy's DEA agent would be too concerned about her little operation.

Besides, in this county and others, the growing part of her operation is completely legal. Sort of, there's a few things they've overlooked, like size of garden and permit that they've never talked about in the show.
post #128 of 1091
Here in Colorado I think it's six plants, and you can't find a doc to sign the permit.
post #129 of 1091
In Sonoma County it's a 10' x 10' garden and there's docs all over to sign the medical permits although the state wants to take over the permit process.
post #130 of 1091
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

And [young people] create the "buzz" (pun intended) that gets more people watching and wanting to watch, and thus ups Showtime's subscription numbers.

Face it - this show is not going to appeal to the old-timers who long ago made up their minds on the "morality" of Mary Jane and who have bought into the whole War on Drugs. For them, this show probably celebrates the decline of civilization. But for the younger generations who know better, 'Weeds' is a certifiable hoot and a breath of fresh air.

Generalizations are dangerous. For example, I am definitely an "old-timer" but I deplore the War on Drugs and love Weeds (although I do not now nor have I ever smoked dope). Now back to our regularly scheduled programming.

I thought the, um, "seminar" Nancy's lay-about brother in law gave Nancy's adolescent son was one of the funniest things I have ever seen on television. As others have noted, the ending was a hoot, too. What a great show!
post #131 of 1091
I was starting to think (towards the end of the show) that that first cut of Nancy on a plane was mistake. No wonder she was late for dinner and smiling like a Cheshire cat.
post #132 of 1091
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Originally Posted by audiomagnate View Post

I was starting to think (towards the end of the show) that that first cut of Nancy on a plane was mistake. No wonder she was late for dinner and smiling like a Cheshire cat.

I thought that too at first, that it was an editing mistake that somehow slipped by. This show had not played around with timeline jumbling before; very clever the way they set it up.

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Generalizations are dangerous. For example, I am definitely an "old-timer" but I deplore the War on Drugs and love Weeds (although I do not now nor have I ever smoked dope)...

Nobody would have thought any less of you if you do/did, not anymore. And that's progress, I guess. Like all wars, this one too must someday end (except the War on Terror, of course - the gift that keeps on giving).
post #133 of 1091
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Originally Posted by audiomagnate View Post

I was starting to think (towards the end of the show) that that first cut of Nancy on a plane was mistake. No wonder she was late for dinner and smiling like a Cheshire cat.

I knew something was up when he I.M'ed her: "What have we done? "
post #134 of 1091
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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

Like all wars, this one too must someday end (except the War on Terror, of course - the gift that keeps on giving).

post #135 of 1091
Anyone think Nancy/Lacey is going to drop a dime to her boyfriend about her new neighbors ?

Last night was a so - so episode in my opinion .
post #136 of 1091
That's what I was thinking, but she better be worth it in the sack 'cause that would definitely be "crossing the line" between passively ignoring his "wife's" transgressions and actively supporting her enterprise.
post #137 of 1091
What was Dougs slogan ?

"Change is not good ? " that was a riot.
post #138 of 1091
Maybe "Change causes problems" or something like that.
post #139 of 1091
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Originally Posted by Stocky View Post

Anyone think Nancy/Lacey is going to drop a dime to her boyfriend about her new neighbors ?

Last night was a so - so episode in my opinion .


Wow thats a good point. Hmmmm.
post #140 of 1091
Last night was ok. Music was a little festive.
What the son did with the condom was wild, poked a whole with a safty pin. (ok, last weeks episode)
Andy trying to kiss the jewish women was cute aswell.
post #141 of 1091
Does anyone else think that Nancy's boyfriend (husband now) is playing her and actually doing undercover work on her (or using her in any other way)?

I'm just not buying into the whole thing yet.
post #142 of 1091
I LOVED last night's episode. I admire the way the show's creative people can continue to take the chances they do and not have the show degenerate into silliness. I particularly enjoy Celia's acid tongue. She's mean but she's funny.
post #143 of 1091
My wife and me LOL'd when Celia replied "That's just cruel" when the lady asked if her daugther could be a model.

I loved last night episode too. And I also think that Nancy is going to ask her husband to stop the other dealers.

and what about the kid going to a massage parlor and getting hand job/bj?
post #144 of 1091
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Originally Posted by vj9999 View Post

Does anyone else think that Nancy's boyfriend (husband now) is playing her and actually doing undercover work on her (or using her in any other way)?

I'm just not buying into the whole thing yet.

No, I think it's just as it appears. Marrying her goes way beyond any undercover expectations and also implicates him.
post #145 of 1091
"What was I thinking taking ass over cash?"

"How do you ask the woman who makes your kids lunches to s*** your b*lls and spread her *** open like a geometry compass?"

I was literally on the floor, rolling around laughing for the second week in a row.

IMO, Weeds just keeps getting better and better.
post #146 of 1091
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Originally Posted by jefe noche View Post

"What was I thinking taking ass over cash?"

"How do you ask the woman who makes your kids lunches to s*** your b*lls and spread her *** open like a geometry compass?"

I was literally on the floor, rolling around laughing for the second week in a row.

IMO, Weeds just keeps getting better and better.

I forgot that line from Nealon.

His one liners are almost as good as Ari's on Entourage.
post #147 of 1091
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Originally Posted by jefe noche View Post


IMO, Weeds just keeps getting better and better.

Yeah, good deal.
post #148 of 1091
Had to edit that line to make it more forum friendly - but very funny line.
post #149 of 1091
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Originally Posted by rsra13 View Post

I loved last night episode too. And I also think that Nancy is going to ask her husband to stop the other dealers.

That's my thought, too. Something tells me the Armenians' operation is going to get busted. That will draw the "husband" in even deeper.

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Originally Posted by rsra13 View Post

...and what about the kid going to a massage parlor and getting hand job/bj?

I love the show, for sure, but they do seem to punch a lot of buttons and get away with it. This week, we see pedophilia get the "kid-glove" treatment. Yet the producers say they haven't heard a peep from any of the family-watchdog organizations that seem to want to turn the TV clock back to the '50's.
post #150 of 1091
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Originally Posted by CPanther95 View Post

Had to edit that line to make it more forum friendly - but very funny line.

Yeah, i liked what was said and going to quote it.. but did not b/c of the words being used.

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Originally Posted by archiguy View Post

I love the show, for sure, but they do seem to punch a lot of buttons and get away with it.

Yeah, thats cool.
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