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Highlighting the three-disc set are eight commentary tracks with the cast and crew, seven trivia tracks on the remaining episodes, and a gag reel.

The Originals - das sind die Geschwister Klaus, Elijah und Rebekah Mikaelson, die ersten Vampire der Geschichte.

Here’s hoping the next season will offer a clean slate, because though it may be a little early to begin talking reinvention, it really couldn’t come at a better time.

Special Features: Showtime has always been better than HBO about including special features on their TV-DVD box sets, and the season three release of “Weeds” is no different.

The new season picks up shortly after, with Cecilia left in charge of returning Silas’ car to the Botwin house.

When she discovers the weed in the trunk, however, she decides to teach Nancy a lesson by drowning all of it in the pool.

Some of the scenes are up close and intimate, while some of them are wild and down right hardcore. Weeds - Nancy and Conrad After almost three seasons of smouldering sexual tension between Nancy (Mary Louise Parker) and Conrad (Romany Malco), they finally ignite in the grow house while talking shop.

The sign was left by Silas (Hunter Parrish), who planned to use the drugs as a bargaining chip to get into the family business, but when Silas is arrested for vandalizing Cecilia’s (Elizabeth Perkins) security cameras, he’s hauled away to the police station to answer for his misdemeanor.You see, Nancy thought it was more important to maintain her family’s affluent lifestyle after the unexpected death of her husband than to keep her sons, Silas and Shane, happy and healthy in a slightly less posh existence while she worked a regular (and legal) job like the rest of us.Through the course of several seasons, she puts her family in danger countless times by getting into turf wars with drug gangs, dating a DEA agent and running a front business for Mexican drug lords while dating their boss, who happens to be the very corrupt fictional mayor of Tijuana.When we last left Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker), the suburban mom-turned-drug dealer was stuck in the predicament of the century.After striking a deal with U-Turn (Page Kennedy) to unload a massive supply of MILFweed, Nancy and Conrad (Romany Malco) were left staring down the barrel of his gun.With her entire supply ruined, Nancy is forced to work off her debt to U-Turn by any means possible.Working days as the executive assistant of city planner Sullivan Groff (Matthew Modine) and her nights as U-Turn’s errand girl, Nancy’s life gets even more complicated when Peter’s DEA partner starts snooping around.Q & AI am an actor, mostly seen in comedy, and some drama. I’ve never been on "The Cosby's."My new pilot, “Mad Dogs,” is now available on Amazon. I didn't stop acting after “40 Year Old Virgin.” Please stop yelling, “Ho fa' sho! I played Conrad Shepard opposite Mary Louise Parker on the hit series “Weeds.”My character, Conrad slept with Nancy Botwin on "Weeds." I (personally) haven't slept with Mary Louise Parker.I do not smoke, grow or sell weed like my character on "Weeds," so please stop sending me marijuana. I met my ex wife on the set of "Love Guru."I live nowhere in particular. I love travel, experimental food, beautiful skin, fishing and family.Of course, some would say the Showtime series was in trouble long before that finale even aired – not due to the quality of the second season, but because the show had peaked far too early.Though that may be true, it’s Kohan’s brilliantly staged Mexican standoff that left the show stuck righting its wrongs for half a season, and by the time “Weeds” finally got back on track, everything had changed.

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