Weeds

Season 4 Episode 5

No Man is Pudding

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Jul 14, 2008 on Showtime
8.9
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Left behind in the desert by Nancy, Andy joins a group of immigrants to get back home while Nancy has to save Celia who's spy job for Captain Till got her into trouble. In the meantime, Silas and Shane battle with bees.

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  • Funniest episode ever!!!!

    10
    I enjoyed this episode very much!! Celia pops up and the car scene haha super funny!
  • best show untill now !!! best writing too

    10
    ok really nancy ur the man .. first with celia wow .. nancy was strong she dealt with the situation like a real gang .. a real weeds dealer ... and andro's scene wa amazing .. they made him look strong too ,, maby the dinner wasn't that good scene.. but then they fixed it with nancy dealing with ted excatly in the way i like watchin nancy deallin with situations.. and finally when nancy discovered the hall in her shop wow .. "what the F " hehehe that was really funny.. in over all this episode wa the best 'till now ;Dmoreless
  • The essence of Weeds.

    9.0
    A great episode that had everything I except from Weeds. Great character interaction, huge laughs and a jaw dropping ending.



    I wasn't too fond of the idea of Celia being against Nancy... and this whole "detective against Nancy" storyline is really cliche, and has been done to death, so oh boy, was i happy that it was wrapped up?



    and in a very neat way. This might just be the "new start" for the show as Nancy is assigned to a new workplace, where she has to do nothing but... act as a salesperson. Perfectly normal.



    Loved the voiceover at the end where Nancy explains what she does to the detective. If they ended the episode right after that, it could've been a very fitting show finale.



    But then comes the cliffhanger: the shop is not only used for money laundry, but has some sort of underground tunnel entrance in the storage room. Uh oh.moreless
  • There hasn't been an episode like this since the half of the first season

    10
    Brilliant, from top to bottom!

    First of all, baggage that was the father and the grandmother that went absolutely nowhere is finally complete - good riddance. Nancy gets absolutely hardcore on Guilermo and Celia and she does it as effortlessly as anything else - Mary Louise Parker is definitely one of the best actresses on American TV today, bar none.

    The show had the perfect transitional feel, with no dull moment in sight; new characters introduced, old ones get new roles.

    And hilarity was here as well - the scene at the table where everyone licks their wounds was PRICELESS.

    All in all, incredible breath of fresh air in the show, with more happening in this episode than the last three without it being confusing.

    Congratulations, keep kicking a$$ like this!moreless
  • finally a laugh out loud episode of Weeds this season.

    9.2
    this episode was funny, really funny, well actually it was really funny whenever Cecila and Nancy were together. They make a really good comedy team and they should keep them together for the rest of the season. I love the first five minutes when Nancy hit Cecila with a gun and then the scene when they were at the boarder and Cecila head got stuck at the window was really funny. This episode was also funny because of Andy and he is usually funny but not as funny as he was in this episode. Finally we see what this season can be and i only hope that it stays this good and even better.moreless
Gloria Garayua

Gloria Garayua

Mexican Traveler

Guest Star

Ramón Franco

Ramón Franco

Dirty Man

Guest Star

Alejandro Patino

Alejandro Patino

 

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Richard Azurdia

Richard Azurdia

Davenport

Recurring Role

Jack Stehlin

Jack Stehlin

Captain Roy Till

Recurring Role

Enrique Castillo

Enrique Castillo

Cesar

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