Just like in sports, it's always nice to see shows go out on top. "Seinfeld" did it, "The Sopranos" did it and so did Michael Jordan. Showtime's pot comedy "Weeds," on the other hand, has hung around for too long. As it meandered through seven seasons, it gradually lost viewers, as well as the cultural cache it had in its early days.
But with the final season of "Weeds" premiering Sunday (July 1 at 10 p.m. ET on Showtime), now is a good time to check back in with a series that started out strong, but saw its high wear off along the way.
To help you catch up, HuffPost TV has recapped all the important developments that happened over the the past three seasons of "Weeds" ... when you may or may not have been watching.
Season 8 of "Weeds" premieres Sunday, July 1 at 10 p.m. ET on Showtime.