Weeds

Season 4 Episode 3

The Whole Blah Damn Thing

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Jun 30, 2008 on Showtime
8.0
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Episode Summary

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Nancy successfully completes her first job as drug courier across the border.

In the meantime, Celia closes a deal with Captain Till to get out of prison and Andy tries to fulfill his grandmother's death wish. However, Andy has to convince his family, especially his father Lenny, first.moreless

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  • Nancy "kills" a relative.

    6.6
    Weeds has officially hit a "rough patch" to say the least. This episode was neither funny, nor entertaining and just seemed like generic filler. When you're on HBO or Showtime, shows have shortened seasons so filler episodes are inexcusable.



    As usual Mary Louise Parker's comedic timing was perfect and the majority of her lines were funny. Justin Kirk was great as well, but the rest of the cast is just hard to get behind. Celia's supposed to be the "bad guy" but her acting just isn't up to par with some of the great villains on shows such as Dexter or Lost. The kids are boring, and the three minutes of air-time an episode they get is still way too much. The father needs a good punch in the stomach too.



    Weeds has the potential to be great, and that's why I'm so stunned that Season 4 of the show hasn't been.moreless
  • GNDN

    7.5
    The show is currently going nowhere and doing nothing. The whole Kevorkian thing with the grandmother is an odd turn of events that isn't really working for me. Nancy smuggling drugs and criminals across the border is proving interesting, but the rest of kind of boring. Albert Brooks is playing the irritating father-in-law well though.

    "I need to go kill my dead husband's grandmother now" was the best line in the show though. Also, I enjoyed the return of the foot fetish video. There needs to be more Kevin Nealon in every episode. He was probably the funniest thing about the first three seasons when the show was set in Agrestic.moreless
Becky Thyre

Becky Thyre

Pam

Guest Star

Maia Madison

Maia Madison

Animal shelter chick

Guest Star

Lisa Darr

Lisa Darr

Ann Carilli

Guest Star

Jack Stehlin

Jack Stehlin

Captain Roy Till

Recurring Role

Guillermo Díaz

Guillermo Díaz

Guillermo Garcia Gomez

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Silas (about Bubbie's death wish): We don't have a whole lot of family. Do we really want to kill one off?

    • Nancy: (about Bubbie) Her eyes don't move, but they follow you like when you look at a painting. She's like a painting.

    • Andy: Cause its just blah blah blah. You hope for blah. And sometimes you find it. But mostly its blah, and waiting for, blah, And hoping you were right about the blahs you made and then, just when you think you have the whole blahed thing figured out you are surrounded by the ones you blah, death shows up. And blah, blah, blah.

    • Silas: Yeah, sure, death is no big deal. Because life is just blah blah blah.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Andy: Have we moved on to Bubbie's recent trip to Clarityville? "Kill me?", huh, what do you think she meant by that? Maybe it was her sled.

      In the film Citizen Kane, Charles Foster Kane's final word is "Rosebud", the name of his sled.

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