Weeds season 7←Weeds season 6 Weeds season 8→
Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Mary-Louise Parker, Alexander Gould, Hunter Parrish, Justin Kirk, Kevin Nealon, Romany Malco, Tonye Patano, Elizabeth Perkins, Pablo Schreiber Genre:Comedy, Crime, Drama Channel:Showtime Status:Ended
The story in this serial is not about fighting against drugs and not about how harmful drug addiction is. It illustrates a totally different point of view. Nancy Botwin lives exactly in that American suburb were everyoneâ€™s got â€œa skeleton in his closetâ€. She is a widow with two quite original children. The older one, Silas, is a smart and interesting boy with constant problems in love, the younger one, Shane, is a whole different story, as he goes after his mother all the time asking her to give him antidepressants in great numbers. Back to mother â€“ Nancy hasnâ€™t found any other way to feed her family than selling marihuana which she gets from the local dealers â€“ an African American family where Heylia is in charge of everything and gets help from Conrad who seems to have some feelings to Nancy. When the actual marihuana trader appears, Nancyâ€™s neighbors â€“ advocates, financiers and other people â€“ start turning their backs on her. Overall, one can imagine this picture, greatly stuffed with black humor, comic insertions and tragicomic twists.
Weeds season 7 episodes list:
Three years after Nancy's selfless act to save her family, Andy, Silas, Shane and Doug live their new lives in Copenhagen. When Nancy is released early from prison and put on parole to a New York halfway house, she finds out that she doesn't need witness protection anymore.
Nancy tries to get back on the right track after being released from prison, but faces a tough struggle living in New York City; Andy and Shane show up at Nancy's door, sending her for a loop and tempting her to go back to her old ways.
Nancy struggles to fit into the ranks at the halfway house; Jill drops a bombshell; Andy and Shane find a place to live; Silas scores a modeling gig; Doug is offered his dream job.
Nancy pursues a job at Doug's office; Andy may be in over his head; Shane tries to set up house; Silas attempts a partnership.
Silas and Nancy's lawyer assist her in getting to California as her custody battle with Jill (Jennifer Jason Leigh) heats up. Meanwhile, Andy's relationship takes an intriguing turn; Shane decides to give it the old college try and enrolls in classes; and Doug is left to fend for himself at his job on Wall Street.
Nancy confronts an old friend, leaving Silas caught in the crossfire; back at the loft, Andy comes up with a new business venture, and turns to Shane and Doug for help.
While Doug plays softball with the company team, Nancy deals pot on the sidelines; Andy opens his bike shop while Silas sells pot out of the back room; and a police detective offers Shane an internship.
Nancy's former cellmate (Olga Sosnovska) shows up and complicates things between Nancy and her supplier; Silas and Andy bang heads over how to best utilize the bike shop; and Shane's internship provides him with some surprising lessons.
Nancy and Andy try to put the brakes on Zoya's attempt to take over the bike shop; Silas has an encounter with some local rival dealers; and Doug must do some business with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Nancy, Andy and Silas strike back at Emma; Doug has to keep his hedge fund up and running; Shane ends up closer to the law.
In an attempt to further expand her business, Nancy follows Doug and Andy to the Hamptons for the weekend; Silas tries to win Emma back after a falling out over business; Detective Ouellette brings Shane along on a drug bust.
Nancy and Silas face off over who controls their drug business, while Andy tries to mediate; Shane goes to lengths to win back Detective Ouellette's trust, while Doug tries to keep the SEC distracted from his hedge fund's illegal activities.
In the Season 7 finale, Silas turns the tables on Nancy, as Shane makes one last attempt to keep her out of harm's way and the clutches of Detective Ouellette. Meanwhile, back on Wall Street, Doug schemes to keep his hedge-fund scam alive.