Let’s talk about the final episode of ‘Weeds’: Do you think the series ended on a high note, or did it all go up in smoke?
“It’s Time” couldn’t have been a more appropriate title for Weeds‘ series finale, which aired Sept. 16 on Showtime. After eight seasons of selling pot, smuggling weapons, and God knows what else, Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) and her merry band of hemp lovers have earned themselves a long retirement. But before the characters peaced out forever, we were given a long glimpse into their distant futures — and it was quite the trip.
We’re hoping new beginnings for Nancy will be the jump-start this ailing series needs!
I love the first two seasons of Weeds, but lately I feel as though I’ve been watching it out of a sense of devotion for bygone years. As the June 27 season 7 opener begins, Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) and her family’s exploits have grown more and more ludicrous — and it’s been hard to identify with a woman who can just sleep her way out of the most dire situation. But luckily, this season starts with a shocking jolt the series could use to get fresh again. Some big SPOILERS from the first episode lie ahead!
We spoke to the talented mom-of-two at the NYC premiere of her new action flick Red, and she told us her kiddies got so upset as they watched her leave for her big night!
No more wild nights for Mary-Louise Parker! The 47-year-old actress might be glam from head-to-toe on red carpets but she runs straight home to put her two kids, William, 6, and Caroline, 3, to bed! Mary-Louise spoke to HollyBaby.com at the NYC premiere of her new film, Red, hosted by The Cinema Society & OC Concept at the MOMA on Oct. 3. We asked her how she manages to juggle a busy career and two kids, and it turns out it’s just as hard for a Hollywood mom as it is for the rest of us!