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As for her extended clan, Silas (Hunter Parrish) finds a legal way to pursue his passion, Andy (Justin Kirk) gets serious about fatherhood, and Doug (Kevin Nealon) forms his own religion (it's particularly nice to see Nancy and Silas getting along again). Other changes include new opening credits, which map out Nancy's previous moves, and the return of the original theme song, "Little Boxes," each time performed by different musicians, like Nealon and Steve Martin, while the finale skips ahead eight years to catch up with everybody, including Stevie (Mateus Ward) and characters from Agrestic and Ren Mar. Extra features offer deleted scenes and commentary from cast and crew, but the last words belong to Jill, who sums up the entire series when she tells Nancy, "You live this incredible, insane life of intrigue and danger where you break the law and get away with it and you never ever die!" --Kathleen C. Fennessy
• Gag reel
• Season 8: Roundatable Discussion – Q&A with Creator, Jenji Kohan, and Producers Roberto Benabib & Matthew Salsberg
• Clippin the Buds – interviews by cast and experts this upbeat, humorous, and educational piece
• Everyday advice with Guru Doug –Guru Doug takes us through a live class
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And as a longtime fan who has been here since the beginning, I think it's the best way they could have ended things. For the first time in years, we get genuine character development, most of the characters redeem themselves, and we're left with a quiet and nuanced series finale that reminded me that there is some hope in the cynical world of "Weeds".
The start of season eight shows our favorite antiheroine Nancy Botwin recovering from a possibly fatal shot to the head. Not one member of her family sheds a tear, and we're reminded how cynical and broken they are. We have yet another new location - fictitious Connecticut suburb Old Sandwich. It's a lot like Agrestic. It's interesting that the show had this big multi-location journey over eight years, to ultimately end up where they began.
After a three-month recovery, Nancy vows to be a better person, after finally realizing that she's been a pretty terrible person. Stevie is back in her life, and she's trying to allow him as much of a normal life as possible. She gets out of the drug game (at least for a while), and gets a legit job, where she is still around drugs, ironically.Read more ›
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Finished entire series. Couldn't Live without Botwins, so I watched entire series again. 8 seasons, Couldn't get enoughPublished 2 days ago by x.neice
This is a must-have if you are collecting the entire show.Published 5 days ago by Raymond H.(Perk) Eriksen
Case was broken but movies were fine . All in all was very happy !Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I just loved this series. Just sorry i never watched it on Showtime. It involves all the emotions and shows how a single mom will do anything to raise her kids and keep her family... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sandy Gorenstein