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Weeds - Seasons 1-3 [Blu-ray] (Amazon.com Exclusive)

4.3 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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Season One
With its fantastic comedy series Weeds, cable network Showtime finally gave up its also-ran status to HBO and found itself with a controversial, buzz-worthy show that was as hilarious as it was dark, one about a truly desperate housewife. A recent widow with two growing sons, Nancy Botwin (Golden Globe winner Mary-Louise Parker) looks like a typical resident of the affluent Southern California suburb of Agrestic. She keeps a clean, upscale house (with the help of a live-in maid), attends PTA meetings, goes to her kids' soccer games, makes frequent stops at the local coffee franchise.... and sells marijuana in order to make it all possible. Left with no way to support herself after her beloved husband's fatal heart attack, Nancy turns herself into the "suburban baroness of bud," dealing to her neighbors in the area, with the help of her supplier Heylia (Tonye Patano) and point man Conrad (Romany Malco). Nancy's clients run from the local councilman (Kevin Nealon) to the just-barely-legal students at the local community college, but many in Agrestic are still in the dark as to how she keeps her family afloat, including her best friend, the sardonic Celia (Elizabeth Perkins), a wife and mother whose blistering, withering put-downs could make Dorothy Parker cringe in fear. But like many small-business owners, Nancy yearns for more success and cash, and like her workaholic neighbors, finds keeping a balance between work life and home life to be extremely precarious at best.

While Desperate Housewives yearned to be a suburban satire with bite, Weeds was the real deal, skewering upper-middle class mores with a sharp eye, a keen wit, and a mostly forgiving heart. In episode after episode, the show's creative team (led by creator Jenji Kohan) pulled back the layers of Agrestic's superficiality to show what lies beneath the squeaky-clean exteriors and smiling faces; it turns out that hunger, fear, desire, and, yes, desperation aren't that far down. However, Weeds forsakes pulpiness and florid drama for biting yet affectionate humor--its heroine is a woman with sliding morals, but one you'll root for to the very end. The effervescent Parker, the only actress who can mix perkiness with morbidity in just the right amounts, anchored the show with her amazing turn as Nancy, who by the end of the first season had become a kind of soccer-mom version of Michael Corleone, entering a corrupt world with both trepidation and fascination--and totally enamored of the power it brought her. Also perfectly cast, Perkins found the role of a lifetime as the bitterly hilarious Celia, and entering the show in its fourth episode, Justin Kirk (Parker's co-star in Angels in America) proved to be a potent secret weapon as Nancy's brother-in-law Andy, a slacker who wasn't above peddling t-shirts to elementary school kids. As icky as these characters might appear on the surface, Weeds made them all immensely appealing and great company to be around. Don't say we didn't warn you: one hit and you'll be hooked on this show. The DVDs feature six episode commentaries with cast and crew, outtakes, original featurettes, a music video, and most enjoyably, Agrestic Herbal Recipes (for entertainment value only, we assume) and the "Smoke and Mirrors" marijuana mockumentary. --Mark Englehart

Season Two
The first season of Weeds ended with a shocker: Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) found a dreamy new boyfriend, but he turned out to be a DEA agent (Martin Donovan). Luckily, she manages to find some pretty creative ways to "deal" with it. Despite that new obstacle, she decides it’s also time to "grow" the business to higher levels, and all these risky moves lead up to another fabulous season finale cliff-hanger. Elsewhere in suburban utopia, comic relieving brother-in-law Andy (Justin Kirk) tries to dodge his army commitments by joining Rabbi school, while the hilarious Doug (Kevin Nealon) battles it out with Celia (Elizabeth Perkins) to maintain power over the Agrestic City Council. Plot aside, Season 2 of Weeds took this potentially great show to the next level. No matter how hard they tried in the first season, the show’s makers had a heck of a time trying to shake the impression that they were mimicking the edginess of HBO’s original programming. (Some might have gone as far as to say they were trying a little too hard.) This time around, the characters and the story have grown into their own skins, and they offer something much more authentic and convincing. The second season also starts a great new tradition: Malvina Reynolds ‘s "Little Boxes" is still the opening theme song, but it is performed by a different artist for each episode (from Elvis Costello to The Shins). Just one more thing to keep us "addicted." --Jordan Thompson

Beyond Weeds


Season One

Season Two

Season Three
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Product Details

  • Actors: Mary-Louise Parker
  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: June 3, 2008
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0018BXYU8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #270,607 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Weeds - Seasons 1-3 [Blu-ray] (Amazon.com Exclusive)" on IMDb

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By S. Witte on July 12, 2008
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Great! All three seasons were amazing! Too bad there are only 10 episodes in season one, 12 in season two, and 15 in season three. I could've watched 24 episodes in each season easily!
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This is a must see series that may be more fact than fiction. Awards should prevail for most of those involved. Life in the burbs of California couldn't be better portrayed. Beware, once the first sequel is viewed it becomes addicting. Showtime at its best!
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My first three seasons were stolen.So while looking for them i came across these.In looking closer i found i came out cheaper ordering each season individually.I saved almost $16.00 dollars.Money is tight so shop around on here.Im a loyal customer to amazon,but i also want the best deal.Season 1 disk 2&3 r not watchable.They skip so bad.The scratxhes r not repairable.Very annoying.The disk 1 is fine.I have to turn around now and buy a new season one.I will buy new and not used this time.Big mistake on my side.Would not recommend this seller
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You can actually get all 4 season for $20 cheaper when you get them individually.
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By HS on May 13, 2013
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I love this series. All around I am a big fan of the series and have managed to see through all of the episodes. The story line is very witty and fun. A very talented cast of actors and actresses with a fabulous and smart writer. Bravo !!!
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I was so happy to find a 'box' set on Amazon made especially for them to distribute. It not only saved me money, but all of the DVDs came together so I didnt have to wait for them all to arrive! I have always been a follower of Weeds and I thought I would buy the DVDs to catch up on whats happening so that I wouldnt be lost once Season 4 started! The show is hilarious and I cant wait to see the end of season 4!! Its getting so good!
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You can buy each of the seasons individually for less money than this collection, valued at approximately $55. Season 1 is $8.99, Season 2 is $8.99, and Season 3 is $14.99, or $32.97 total. Save yourself $23 and buy them individually.
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I have heard about this series but never had the time to catch it. So...when I saw this great exclusive offer, order was placed quickly! I love it! and saved money! Waiting patiently until season 4 is offered here.
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