Weeds

Season 2 Episode 2

Cooking With Jesus

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Aug 21, 2006 on Showtime
8.5
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Nancy does her best to cope with the loss of Conrad's help, who runs into some trouble while venturing out on his own. Andy is still trying to get into rabbinical school by writing an essay on what being Jewish means to him. And Silas deals with Megan's acceptance to Princeton in his own unique way.moreless

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  • Running for Office and Rat Dogs: A Celia Hodes Chronicle

    8.5
    As Celia prepares to race against Doug in the City Council running, Conrad after having refused Nancy's help after having learned of her involvement with DEA Peter tries to shop around with other potential "investers" to invest in his strain of growth. Silas after learning that Megan is going to Princeton in the fall struggles to find a way to be with her. Nancy looks for a new plant but begs Conrad to come back and lets him know how irreplaceable he is for their plan now that they have the funds after Sanjay burned down the bakery and all. Andy writes a rather deep essay for his rabbinical school admission while under the influence. "Here we go" Weeds is about to flare up with more insight into the business and more suburban satire humor.moreless
  • Nancy tries to cope without Conrad, who has trouble of his own when he decides to go it alone. Silas becomes an even bigger jerk, whilst Shane has reverted back to his normal self !!! Peter has his own plans regarding Nancy as we find out.moreless

    9.4
    Conrad decides that he has talent of his own, he splits from the comfortable apron strings of Heylia James, but he soon realises that this venture is going to be harder than he first imagined and he is soon in trouble. I Had this feeling that he was going to team up with Nancy, because of her lack of understanding of the weed market. Something that Doug and Andy appreciate very much, the scenes with those two discussing everything, the look on Nancy's face just sums up her understanding as she had the expression on her face, that just said she had absolutely no idea what those two were talking about, she is so out of her depth.



    Silas initially shows that he is so pleased that Megan got accepted into Princeton, then he is trying to establish his own schooling to coincide so that they can be together, he even contemplated the aspect of dropping out and then going to work in New Jersey. Will he result to a very drastic and not a recommended method of keeping her for himself, this will have consequences for sure.



    Celia's campaigning for being on the council gets underway, she decides that she needs a family approach and this will require a portrait as such, it ends in alot of facial expressions that had me in stitches.



    I think there was a little heartache for Nancy when she had to dump Peter, because of the conflicts of both their livelihoods, but his dropped bombshell was so unexpected and just out of the blue, what an excellent way to finish the episode.moreless
  • Nancy gets a revelation

    9.0
    Fabulous episode with some fantastic scenes and magnificent acting.



    The weed market scene was sooo much fun to watch. Just watching the reactions of Doug and Andy was great, added to that was Nancy's face who realises she has no clue whatsoever and is in waaay above her head. Very well written and acted as great stage managing too.



    Celia's running for the council was a great idea and her photoshoot was a riot. Somehow her facial expressions are half the fun of the scene. The same goes for her verbal sparring with Doug, excellent writing and great delivery of lines.



    I think Silas needs a reality check. The way he acted towards Megan was atrocious. I used to like him, but if this is what teenage angst does to him, I hope he grows up soon.



    I loved Peter's bombshell in the last minute of the show...moreless
  • Nancy goes to a very secret convention. Celia continues to campaign and plans the "perfect photo". Megan gets accepted at a prestigious college much to Silas's dismay. Conrad tries unsuccessfully to go on his own. Nancy gets another huge surprise!moreless

    9.9
    This episode was a pure laugh-riot! Celia and Doug play off each other fantastically (Elizabeth Perkins and Kevin Nealon show what they're worth consistently) as they insult each other in a genius scene. Justin Kirk continues to make Andy one of the most hilarious characters on the tube today (his best talents are a showcase on this episode)! The scene of the convention was one of the funniest of the series- bar none. This episode is also a great example of how so many storylines become affected by one scene- the cup being the scene in this one! No matter how many times this episode made me laugh, it still needed to give me another strong emotion to reach that "superb" level! It did as I got quite a shock by the ending of this one! All in all, this one had good rewatchability factor! I also cannot forget how Romany Malco makes Conrad's search one you won't forget!moreless
  • With conrad gone, Nancy takes Doug and Andy to the Mohasky Cup to find a new plant strain to sell in their expanding business. Peter refuses to be broken up with and reveals a secret that changes their relationship. Silas has issue with Megan going away.moreless

    8.9
    This show is always worth watching, if not for the death cab cutie version of \"Little Boxes\", then for the excellent character driven scenes. This particular episode is enjoyable, but i know there is better to come. The episode is funny (there has been funnier), and has a powerful cliff-hanger ending (however, slightly predictable).
Chris Williams

Chris Williams

Tyrell

Guest Star

Vincent Laresca

Vincent Laresca

Alejandro Rivera

Guest Star

Marcus Toji

Marcus Toji

Waiter

Guest Star

Shoshannah Stern

Shoshannah Stern

Megan

Recurring Role

Page Kennedy

Page Kennedy

U-Turn

Recurring Role

Indigo

Indigo

Vaneeta

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Lupita: I'm sorry about your car.
      Celia: Do you know who hit me? Is she one of your maid friends? What's her name?
      Lupita: I don't know, we just call each other maid firend.

    • Andy: (to Nancy) I'm glad that our last name isn't Drew, cause then you'll be Nancy Drew and I'll be Andrew Drew.

    • Doug: How's our plant?
      Nancy: I think I killed it.

    • Silas: Hey mom, I just wanted to let you know that next year I'm dropping out of school and moving to New Jersey.

    • Celia: It's for the campaign. Family picture. Warm, fuzzy. I put it on the calendar, Wednesday early evening. You, me, Isabelle.
      Dean: What about Quinn? Isn't she a member of this family?
      Celia: I'm telling people she's dead. Get the sympathy vote.
      Dean: Celia!
      Celia: I was kidding! Gosh, where is your sense of humor?

    • Doug: When does CPR become necrophilia?

    • (Megan storms through the kitchen and out the door.)
      Nancy: Megan!!
      Andy: I don't think she heard you. MEGAN!! (door slams)..MEGAN!! She's not listening to me either. (to Nancy) Are you listening to me?

    • Dean: There are Mexican things on this menu. Look, look, they have tortilla soup.
      Doug: It's a bowl of bullshit with chip scraps. I hate chains.
      Dean: What about In-N-Out?
      Doug: In-N-Out is independently owned by religious nuts that put biblical citations on the bottom of the cups. They don't franchise and they use fresh ingredients. They cook with Jesus.

  • NOTES (2)

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Germany: June 20, 2007 on ProSieben

    • Music:
      "Little Boxes" by Death Cab For Cutie
      "Jammin Nation" by Rocky Dawuni
      "Rolling Stone From Texas" by Don Walser
      "Crazy Dazy" by Chris Ligon
      "Jah Be For Us" by Rocky Dawuni
      "Bathtime in Clerkenwell" by The Real Tuesday Weld

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Andy: (to Nancy) I'm glad that our last name isn't Drew, cause then you'll be Nancy Drew and I'll be Andrew Drew.

      Nancy Drew, a heroine detective, is a fictional character created by Edward Stratemeyer in 1930. The movie Nancy Drew came out in 2007 staring Emma Roberts.

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