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Featurettes: "Little Titles by Jenji Kohan, "Moving Weight," "I'm a Big Kid Now," "The Real Hunter Parrish," "Tour of Bubbie's House, "One Stop Chop Shop," "The Weed Wranglers," "Burbs to the Beach"
Season 4 of the offbeat comedy drama picks up where the third ended: Agrestic is burning, as is the Botwin house and evidence of Nancy's illegal activities. But the drug-dealing widow doesn't stay to play the fiddle while her hometown goes up in flames. Instead Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) packs up her family and heads south to Ren Mar, California (near the Tijuana border), to hide out with her estranged, despised father-in-law Len (Albert Brooks in a four-episode story arc) and his comatose mother. Needless to say, the reunion doesn't go well, since Len never cared for his daughter-in-law and isn't very fond of son Andy (Justin Kirk) either. Nancy wastes no time jumping back in the drug game, but soon learns that selling pot in suburbia and joining a cartel in Mexico are two totally different things. She also falls in love with cartel leader Esteban Reyes (Demián Bichir), who just happens to be Tijuana's mayor. But their romance goes to pot when Nancy discovers even she can't stomach trafficking in guns, cocaine...and young women. Her preoccupations make her already shaky skills as a parent go farther downhill, as Silas (Hunter Parrish) becomes involved with a beautiful neighbor (Julie Bowen), and Shane (Alexander Gould) becomes quite a Lothario among the tween crowd. Meanwhile, Andy and Doug (Kevin Nealon) become partners in a human-smuggling operation. And Celia (Elizabeth Perkins), left holding the (dime) bag for Nancy and facing prison time, strikes a deal with Capt. Till (Jack Stehlin) and turns informant. ~ Dianne Zoccola
Good 4th Season
Posted by: thnguyen1215 from: Lawrence, KS on
Weeds is losing its hype but the following seasons after the 3rd season are still funny, but the plot may not be so great. It is still funny to watch. The only gripe I have is the packaging. I opened the case and the disc fell out because it wasn't fully held in by the disc holder. Other than that, the format is a bit different when playing with the new control menu but it's nothing bad.
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Nancy continues to entertain
Posted by: LovinBluRays from: Youngstown, OH on
Another great season with the Botwins. New twists and turns and very entertaining. Weeds remains one of the best pay channel mini series on cable today. The blueray box is not as fancy as the DVD box sets, but it's what's inside that matters.
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Its an ok season
Posted by: shrty0986 from: on
Well let me say this before you buy this DVD, don't have too much of a high expectation for this season. They add a couple of new characters but no one that would stand out from the originals. A couple of the old characters are not in this season but hopefully in the next. The plot didn't follow the other storylines of the previous seasons which is alittle disappointing, but other then that the season isn't bad it keeps you intrested. It couldv'e been better.
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