Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) continues her journey as a, somewhat, innocent abroad in a world of crime and discovers more and more about what goes on in that life. While she has few scruples and views supplying weed to adults as simple matter of tax free supply and demand with herself in the role of entrepreneur only mildly inconvenienced by the illegality of her chosen trade, the folk she has to associate with in perusing this career have no reservations whatsoever. Re-located down south Nancy has to confront the realization that weed is not the only commodity crossing the boarder, her response to the dilemma this presents could be hazardous but could provide a chance for new love. Nancy also has to deal with another contemporary social difficulty in the shape of the bed ridden aged mother of her father-in-law. Weeds continues to be enjoyable TV, darkly comic, well scripted and acted, yet, if you care to allow it, Weeds stimulates thought about a number of issues unresolved in the modern world. My only disappointment is that to date Season 6 is not available in region 2 format. (This season 5 region 2 DVD is a Dutch import but it is in the original English language only the writing on packaging is in Dutch). Still with an 18 rating this season we get to glimpse some decorously revealing views of M-L Parker and as Nancy says in one scene 'good for you!' However there are many more reasons than that to own and enjoy Weeds season 5.