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Monday, 26 September 2011

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One thing a lot of people love about shows like Breaking Bad or Dexter or Friday Night Lights is watching these characters in their element: for Breaking Bad it’s watching Walter and Jesse in the lab; for Dexter it’s watching Dexter kill someone strapped to a table; for Friday Night Lights it’s a good old game of football. For Weeds, it’s watching Nancy kick ass, because Nancy is a world class pimp, so seeing her in her element, watching Mary Louise Parker get to really sink her teeth into some juicy material and pass dime bags off to rich ignoramuses in the Hamptons was too glorious for words, and had the episode ended after her selling scenes I would have ranked this among my favorite of the season.

But then Andy got super drunk. Last week I felt really bad for Justin Kirk and his stupid nail gun (okay, so I didn’t feel all that bad). This week however we got a glimpse of Andy’s desperate situation from his perspective, his unrequited lust for a “sociopath”. It was such a good, uncomfortable scene as he tried to force his hand up her dress and eventually settled for grabbing onto her boob. It could have been funny, but I’m glad that the director and actors played it straight. It shows just how subtly good Mary Louise Parker is as well: were any other actress playing that role, I think they would have hardened after being accused of being a sociopath. She doesn’t: she crumples, while still maintaining control of the situation, and remains as aloof from Andy – and the audience – as ever.

Finally, the other major upset was Silas’ declaration of war on Nancy. Again there was a physical threat: he half challenged her to wrestle the data of customers from him. This is the season’s main story arc, this fractured relationship between Silas and Nancy, and their final confrontation promises so much more to come.

Weeds Season 7, Episode 13
Network: Showtime
Genre:Comedy, Crime, Drama
Creator: Jenji Kohan
Stars: Mary-Louise Parker, Hunter Parrish and Alexander Gould
Country: USA
Language: English | Spanish
Release Date: 7 August 2005 (USA)
Also Known As: Ierburi
Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA

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