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Weeds - Season 6 2011

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All 13 episodes from the sixth season of the US comedy in which suburban widow Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) becomes the neighbourhood's most unlikely marijuana dealer. In this series, the Botwin family get used to life on the run, as they try to avoid the attentions of Esteban (DemiŠn Bichir) and his henchmen. The episodes comprise: 'Thwack', 'Felling and Swamping', 'A Yippity Sippity', 'Bliss', 'Boomerang', 'A Shoe for a Shoe', 'Pinwheels and Whirligigs', 'Gentle Puppies', 'To Moscow, and Quickly', 'Dearborn, Again', 'Viking Pride', 'Fran Tarkenton' and 'Theoretical Love Is Not Dead'.

Starring:
Kevin Nealon, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Rental Formats:
DVD

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_18_and_over
Runtime 5 hours 38 minutes
Starring Kevin Nealon, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Guillermo Diaz, Hunter Parrish, Justin Kirk, Demian Bichir, Rick Ravanello, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Dreyfuss, Alexander Gould
Director Jenji Kohan
Genres Drama
Studio LIONS GATE HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 9 April 2012
Main languages English

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
So, this batch of "Weeds" didn't quite hit the spot... there's no doubt that the last three seasons of the show were not as magical as the first three, but it is just as dark, funny, heart-warming in a weird way, cynical, and too good to pass.
In this season, Nancy and her family are on the run from the law, leaving to Canada. Where their lives change dramatically, as does the series.
One of the entire reason "Weeds" was so popular when it first started was because of its irony. In the show, a well-off soccer mom sells pot to the friendly people of Agrestic/Majestic, and what is the result? Pure, adult comic, genius.
In this season, however, things are very different. Do I miss the old Weeds? Yes. But, one has to hand it to the show. There are very few TV-series out there that are brave enough to completely change a winning formula that already has a large fan base, and dive head first into the unknown.
But don't get me wrong, there are still elements to the show that we love about, and the twists and turns are hardly dull. And then there's the great soundtrack, or better still, the brilliant season finale.
If you have loved Weeds, I recommend buying it.
Haven't seen it before? Watch the first three seasons first.
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Format: Blu-ray
Whether you adore the funky and brilliant "Weeds" TV Series or not – the BLU RAY of Season 4, 5 and 6 are afflicted with the same crap that so many titles are nowadays - 'Region Coding'.

As a UK buyer you have two choices in April 2014 - the ‘American’ Lionsgate BLU RAY is REGION A LOCKED - so it won't play on our machines unless they're chipped to be 'all regions' (which few are).

The alternative is a 'Euro' release (I believe its German) that is REGION B - so it will play on our machines. You simply go the set up menu and choose the English Audio (it will be defaulted to German). It's easily available but very pricey...

So I'm afraid until such time as someone sees fit to release Season 4, 5 or 6 of "Weeds" (or the whole Series for that matter) in the UK at a reasonable price - you're stuck with one BLU RAY that won't play and another that costs too much!
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
One of the best comedy drama series to come out of the USA for years - pity so few people in the UK have never heard of it, you will love the cast, storyline, action and one liners - highly recommended ! Each series just gets better and better !
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Format: DVD
After the dismal Weeds - Season 5 [DVD] I had all but written off Weeds, I mean can a show ever recover from the season this show had. It went from being a must see between seasons 1-4 to being a borefest with way too many useless characters in season 5. Celia Hodes went from the meanest, funniest and greatest character in history to being why is she still here?. Dean made an unwelcome return is season 5 and lets just forget Isabelle. Anyway ding dond they are all gone without the slightest mention. Doug returns and is back to his loveable best with some cracking one liners. To be honest I never liked Nancy, it was all about her but thankfully the writers have noticed we can't like her or have sympathy for her so play her for the self centred, manipulative character she is and make her all the better fot it. One downside is the humour is less subversive than it used to be; we all know the liberal undertones to this show but now they have gone for a more Two and a Half Men style blatant in your face approach. The results are varied, I laughed more in a cringworthy sense, thinking really you can't be more clever with your left-wing liberal agenda/humour than this-see the State Fair episode, their all hicks and intermarried. Still funny but not as clever as it one was. Lets face it with the rubbish on T.V these days a show like Weeds is one of a kind. I'm glad it's back to it's best and can't wait for season 7.
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first few were okay then it got to the stage where I really had to force myself to watch as it didn't seem to have any direction.
but the last 3 episodes made up for it.
after really enjoying all the series so far this was has been the most disappointing, but as I have watched all 6 now I'm going to watch the next two series just to know where the story will end. hoping series 7 and 8 are better than series 6
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so grit your teeth through this one as the ending is good
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Season 6 is such a relief after a pretty poor season 5, Weeds is one of my favourite shows ever so it was disappointing to not want to watch it anymore, but I persevered and the final episode was much better and left me with hope for this one.
The story picks up right where the last left it, after Shane has killed Pilar and so begins a fun filled season on the run.
There's lots of variety in this season as the Botwin family travel to lots of different locations but the family relationships are much stronger and some of the tired characters have gone.
If you were losing interest like me, then please give it another go as it gets much better, back to what made us love it in the first place, Weeds really is a uniquely fantastic show and I can't wait for season 7.
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I love this show because the family keeps reinventing itself in interesting ways. It does quite a bit more serious and dangerous in this season, but the humour is still present and the love of this family, especially from Mom Nancy is always really fierce and true...
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