Despite the inherent drama, the show offers plenty of humor to keep things entertaining. Shane leaves a note for Nancy that he is searching for the shooter. With season eight, both Nancy and Andy are in search of legitimacy, trying to take the rest of the family with them. This chase allowed the Weeds writers to explore season eight's themes of responsibility and Nancy's attempts to redeem herself through her children and other people's. Andy gets in trouble with a couple who make him for a child molester. Showtime's Weeds follows the life of a drug-dealing suburban mom. What followed was a jealous battle with the twins' father, Scott, which culminated in him having a mental breakdown and revealing his true feelings towards his daughters.
Jill's ex-husband catches her and Andy having sex and storms out. Shane, who has become a detective, is a bitter alcoholic, having remained Ouellette's closest friend and following in his footsteps. Nancy, shot in the head, is rushed to the hospital. Nancy and Silas assume that Shane plans to kill Tim and rush to stop him. The Amber Alert is still out on Shane. She has an epiphany about her life and decides that she and her family will change for the better.
This leads him to contemplate what marijuana really means to him. Finally she tells Shane to fix his life, who agrees to take time off and go to rehabilitation. And who could blame them? Because Andy had sex with a gothic lady, Jill tries to retaliate by sleeping with Doug. Air Date : 3rd-Sep-2007 With U-Turn's timely demise Nancy and Conrad check the status on their debts and then they check in with each other. Subsequently, Jill claims to be pregnant but lies and is really going through. Silas begins spending more time with Tara.
Doug decides to reconnect with his estranged gay son Josh and orders his cult members to kidnap him. Silas attempts to retrieve his pilfered plants and Shane decides to earn additional spending money. Marijuana is legalized and Nancy's chain of marijuana shops becomes so overwhelmingly successful that wants to buy it; Nancy, who holds 51% of the company's stock, is the only one who declines the offer. Meanwhile, Jill reveals that she is pregnant with either Andy or Doug's child. Fans of the show appreciate that it reveals the dark secrets lurking behind suburban bliss. Meanwhile, Andy is having trouble connecting with Joanna as Shane and Angela deal with both sides of the law. Doug on the other hand, wants to reconcile his past mistakes.
Doug has created a cult following, which, paired with his share in Nancy's business, has made him prosperous. Nancy obliges his request to go to boarding school despite the possibility of being lonely with the rest of her family moving on. Kohan also confirmed that the song would be covered in a duet by and series regular , who each sang and played the banjo. Upon realizing what he'd said, Scott resigned to leave and gave Andy his blessing. Throughout the series, Shane developed increasingly weird behavior after his dad died, culminating in him killing Pilar at the end of season five and his less than remorseful behavior afterwards. Even her friends and neighbors discover what's happening.
He's not intending to torture, harm or kill Tim -- he's there to arrest him. The shooter had visited an unconscious Nancy while she was recuperating in the hospital, who was later revealed to be her late second husband Peter Scottson's son, Tim. In the end, the main characters are huddled together, pondering and reflecting, while enjoying the product that has often caused them so much turmoil and yet made them closer and more appreciative of the unique bond they share. Instead of retrieving the plants, Nancy gets both Silas and herself a job at a pharmaceutical company through the father at the soccer match. After visiting Tim's girlfriend they find him in a that he works at and instruct him to travel back to Agrestic,.
She is soon joined by Doug, Silas, Shane, and Andy. Silas, meanwhile, is troubled by the thought of his product becoming a pill. Celia is still having problems with her husband and daughter. So when she finally finds Tim, her goals evolve from protecting him from Shane to trying to get his life back on track, instructing him to move back to California and study to be a nutritionalist. Whether this gives you hope for the Botwins' future or makes you dread the other parents in the Weeds universe is another matter altogether.
At Stevie's Bar Mitzvah Stevie stuns the guests with his speech informing everyone of his true father's past, his lack of faith in religion and his desire to attend boarding school before promptly leaving. Not that she was able to properly apologize for that until the very end of the episode. In North Carolina, Nancy and Silas visit with a tobacco protege who wants Silas's product in a cigarette. Viewers can relate to her desire to take care of her sons and maintain her reputation in the community. Shane graduates from the police academy and shows his uniform to Nancy. Air Date : 24th-Sep-2007 As the wildfire approaches, everyone must evacuate.
She refuses to sell anything harder than weed. Meanwhile, Shane is arrested for car theft, which turns out to be a setup by Ouellette to test his loyalty, and Doug decides to start a religious cult. Despite her spiral downwards, Nancy strives to maintain normalcy for her family. Andy announces to Nancy that he had made the decision to leave her for good; the two experience a passionate sexual encounter at the same spot where Judah Nancy's first husband and Andy's brother had his heart attack, and despite Nancy's tearful pleas, Andy leaves. In addition, , who had not directed an episode since season three, directed an episode this season.