Now, the fifteen-second ad, which asserts that taxing and regulating the adult use and sale of marijuana would raise 'billions of dollars in national revenue, will not appear on the CBS billboard in Times Square
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For too long gardeners have thought of nature as something to prune, control, mow and trim. To our detriment, we've overlooked nature's ability to soo...
Once a year a network turns down a pilot that seems like a huge mistake to me. This year that show was Ronna and Bev, on Showtime. It's a weird show by two very Jewish women.
For the sake of the final scene of the Weeds season, I won't tell you what happens next, but let's just say that it's pineapple upside down cake time.
This episode was a head turner for sure in an uneven season, to say the least. One week Weeds was jumping the shark, the next it was harpooning it.
Celia has entered a whole new world; from cosmetic sales to drug dealing and now, dios mio! she's exploring lesbianism. That's how it happens, I've heard.
Andy's wedding gift to Nancy is to sign over his baby daddy rights back to Esteban, but he can't stomach actually attending the wedding.
Well, color me unsurprised that the self-absorbed, self-motivated, self-obsessed Nancy B. has gone back to her regular selfish ways this week.
My vote? Best episode so far this season. What do you think?
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What's a gardener to do when caught with his or her petals down?
Once Nancy sees that the house is being outfitted with a birthing room, and she's pretty much a prisoner, she reaches out to the one person who will always save her -- Andy.
There may be some whoppers, but as I scan the lists of nominees in each category it occurs to me that there are few (if any) nominees this year that do not deserve to be included.
We rejoin Nancy B. six months later as she's living la buena vida in Esteban's mansion, a few short miles (yet a veritable world away) from her house in Ren-Mar.
Without discipline and tough decision-making, gardens turn into crazy jungles where the plants are so busy fighting for their space and survival they forget to make vegetables.
The annual orgy of fall season premieres seems less exciting with each passing year. Could it have anything to do with the fact that summer television keeps getting better and better?
This episode ends with a major decision on Nancy's part to take back control. Sort of...
It's clear by now that Nancy's world has spun so far out of control that all she can do is wander in a daze through it.
We rejoin Lady Botwin in her kitchen as she attempts to stare down Cesar, the "minder" thoughtfully provided by baby daddy Esteban.
Summer television is in full swing and thank the boob-tube gods up above that we have something interesting to watch other than the meltdown of the Go...
Nancy comes downstairs to find Cesar at her kitchen table. Apparently Esteban has assigned Cesar to keep an eye on her to make sure she doesn't try any funny biz with his baby in her belly.
Every Weeds episode has at least one 420 Moment.
Give Nurse Jackie a couple of episodes and you'll find it every bit as hilarious and nerve-wracking as Weeds, its lead-in show.
I have adopted the Bush Doctrine. I am planning pre-emptive attacks against an adversary so insidious that it menaces not only my own home but threatens to destabilize my entire neighborhood.
Ever wondered how marijuana got to America but were just too lazy to find out? Now all you have to do is click play to see the condensed history of ca...
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