Weeds

2005, TV Show

Weeds Episode: "Crush Girl Love Panic"

Season 2, Episode 6
Episode Synopsis: Conrad confronts Nancy about her special arrangement with Peter (Martin Donovan) and she secretly arranges a three-way meeting; new model and sole family breadwinner Isabelle hires Doug to manage her finances; Vaneeta dishes out some sizzling hostility over dinner with Heylia's new Muslim boyfriend; Shane has a crush on a girl in his debating club; Andy discovers Yael's fetish.
Original Air Date: Sep 18, 2006
Guest Cast Sammy Fine: Benj Martin Donovan: Peter Thomas Burr: Salesman Ron Canada: Joseph
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Season 2, Episode 6
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Length: 29:00
Aired: 9/18/2006
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September 18, 2006: Here We Grow Again Season 2, Episode 6

"How do I write about this?!" I asked my wife and fellow Weeds enthusiast as we watched Andy's first, um, "lovemaking" session with Yael. For now, all I will say is "Poor, poor Andy." What a shame that we have to wait a week to be privy to his own "morning-after" thoughts. If I have any lament about this otherwise stellar Season 2 of Showtime's Weeds, it's that everyone's stories are rather segregated and compartmentalized these days. Celia is almost completely on her own, save for Dave and Doug's connection to Nancy's biz. As "interesting" as her courtship with Mr. Nation of Islam is ? I ask again, is he a fake? ? Heylia has precious little interaction with Nancy or even Conrad for that matter. And Andy... poor, poor Andy. Speaking of he who won't be sitting down for a while, is Andy far and away the most entertaining character this season? The lengths to which he went to save Conrad's plant... I'm amazed he didn't make a quip about how he found a pot to p--- in. Then again, Doug has his divinely funny moments, especially as a foil for Celia. (Frankly, Doug is the only thing that makes Celia sufferable, IMHO.) But don't count out Shane, who is fast becoming a scene stealer, with his puppy-dog looks and his new, non-Asian prostitute crush. A nice touch this season -- and I imagine we have the very vocal Mary-Louis Parker to thank for it -- is that Nancy is having to acknowledge and answer for her actions. When Silas asked her, "How business?" and followed up with questions about whether she also deals coke or meth, those were issues that need to be addressed. Lines of the week: Car salesman: "What's the occasion?" Silas: "My girlfriend had an abortion." Car salesman: "I've got just the car for you." Poor, poor Andy: "Does it have to be black?" As for the episode-ending face-off between Peter and Conrad, the partners in Nancy's life, I was surprised at the tension coming from Peter. Sure, we know Conrad ain't too thrilled with Nance's choice in beau, but what is Peter's beef? And was he really serious when he said a condition of his silence as a DEA agent is that Nancy is only selling to medicinal-marijuana outlets? Or was that meant with a wink-wink, nudge-nudge? show less
"How do I write about this?!" I asked my wife and fellow Weeds enthusiast as we watched Andy's first, um, "lovemaking" session with Yael. For now, all I will say is "Poor, poor Andy." What a shame that we have to wait a week to be privy to his own "morning-after" thoughts.If I have any lament about this otherwise stellar Season 2 of Showtime's Weeds, it's that everyone's stories are rather segregated and compartmentalized these days. Celia is almost completely on her own, save for Dave and Doug's connection to Nancy's biz. As "interesting" as her courtship with Mr. Nation of Islam is ? I ask again, is he a fake? ? Heylia has precious little interaction with Nancy or even Conrad for that matter. And Andy... poor, poor Andy.Speaking of he who won't be sitting down for a while, is Andy far and away the most entertaining character this season? The lengths to which he went to save Conrad's plant... I'm amazed he didn't make a quip about how he found a pot to p--- in. Then again, Doug has... read more

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