I don't know if anyone will see this, but I just watched the entire show in about a month and I feel all over the place with it. I loved it when it was in Agrestic, thought Season 4 was good but had a decline, disliked Season 5, and thought season 6 was an improvement. I consider the last 2 years a different show. It felt like Nancy didn't have any opponents anymore. She didn't even need to deal with the halfway house or backlash from earlier villains. Before, she had people who threatened to kill her, hurt her family, and so on, but the New York episodes only had Michelle Trachtenberg and other hipsters as a villain. Did Nancy even have to deal with anything when Michelle (I honestly can't remember her character's name) went to Oulette?
I appreciated the last season, even if it was an overly long "where will our characters end up now?" piece instead of telling an actual story. I wonder why Elizabeth Perkins left, and how bad it was that she didn't even get mentioned at all. If they knew that she was gonna leave, I hate that they gave us 2 huge cliffhangers for her (the drug dealing and dating Raylene) and then both got dropped. Celia was the only good parts of some of the weak spots of the show. I get that Jenji retooled the show left and write and Celia wasn't even the first casualty but come on, they even showed Dean later! Did they even get an official divorce?
I don't know when I stopped hating Andy and started hating Doug, but probably around season 4. I disliked Conrad and Heylia getting written out of the show. Overall, Esteban and Pilar were my least favorite characters, and this is coming from someone who loved Nancy's sister. I don't know if I'd ever rewatch again, but the first 3 seasons were well done. It's gonna be hard to watch knowing how messy it becomes later on, but at least they keep some stuff (people who Nancy screwed over hating and being afraid of her, Megan showing up in the flash forward).

Weeds should have honestly ended with the Season 6 finale and Nancy being arrested. The last two seasons were beyond garbage and mangled the show's legacy beyond recognition.

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This show was a mess, promising at the start though but a bit all over the place. Then you have seasons 7 & 8 which are boring..... reminds me of how Dexter went to shit in it's last few series.
My main memory of this show was eating some pot-infused cookies while it was on. Time went all skewy and it felt like I was there for about 14 hours, but we'd only watched maybe 2-3 episodes (early ones - Elizabeth Perkins' character gave her daughter laxatives) and it was all very swirly.
Both this and Nurse Jackie just feel like shows whose buzz died long before they went off the air... like, no one was checking for either of them by the time they got to their finales, so why even bother relaunching them?