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Widowed suburbanite Nancy Botwin (Mary-Louise Parker) starts growing and selling marijuana to make enough money to support her family after her husband's unexpected death leaves her in big debt. Nancy has associates in her pot-growing business, which include Andy, who is her brother-in-law, and pot-smoking City Councilman Doug Wilson. Then there's the business of trying to keep the whole thing secret from people like her neighbor Celia.

Latest episodes

aired 200 days ago
At Stevie's bar mitzvah, friends and family gather, while Nancy tries to reconnect with her estranged loved ones.
aired 200 days ago
Leaping seven years forward, Nancy is widowed for the fourth time; her chain of coffee shops becomes overwhelmingly successful; Silas and Megan are married and have a baby daughter. Andy lives in Ren-Mar and has a child.
aired 200 days ago
Nancy, Andy and Silas take a trip; Shane is busted for stealing property off the impound lot; Doug gives up on his charity.
aired 201 days ago
Nancy meets Rabbi Dave's friends during an awkward Shabbos dinner; Andy brings home a very special guest; Silas prepares for his new business venture; Shane and Angela attempt to retrieve some stolen property.
aired 201 days ago
Nancy and Silas are approached with a new opportunity, Andy offers up love advice to Rabbi Dave and Doug tries to keep his fake charity from falling apart.
aired 202 days ago
Nancy is promoted and takes on new responsibilities; Silas and Shane start their new jobs, while Doug recruits homeless people in an attempt to legitimize his charity.
aired 202 days ago
Nancy and Silas begin new jobs; Shane is put on assignment after graduating from the police academy; Andy looks for work at the local Jewish temple.
aired 203 days ago
Nancy starts over with a job search; Jill drops a bomb on Andy and Doug; Silas looks for his stolen plants.
aired 203 days ago
Nancy's attempt to raise money for Stevie's team leads to temptation; Jill uses Doug for revenge; Shane and Angela go on a date.
aired 204 days ago
Nancy plans a family dinner while tending to her pot business; Andy and Jill agree to watch over Stevie; Silas befriends a local pot grower; Doug makes enemies with the neighbor's dog.
aired 204 days ago
Nancy and Silas chase after Shane, who has discovered the identity of Nancy's shooter; Andy attempts to bond with Jill's daughters via roller derby; Doug and Whit come up with a new plan.
aired 207 days ago
Andy makes his intentions known to Jill; Doug is presented with an investment opportunity; Silas helps Nancy with a new business venture; Shane figures out who shot his mother.
aired 207 days ago
The family follows when the victim is rushed to the hospital; hypotheses are made about the shooter's identity.
aired 208 days ago
Silas betrays Nancy; Shane makes one last attempt to protect Nancy from Detective Ouellette; Doug and Whit hatch a plan to keep the hedge fund alive.
aired 208 days ago
Andy mediates a face-off between Nancy and Silas; Shane tries to win back a detective's trust; Doug distracts the SEC.
aired 209 days ago
Nancy goes to the Hamptons for a weekend; Silas hopes to win Emma back; Shane tags along on a drug bust.
aired 209 days ago
Nancy, Andy and Silas strike back at Emma; Doug has to keep his hedge fund up and running; Shane ends up closer to the law.
aired 210 days ago
Zoya tries to take over the bike shop; rival dealers approach Silas; Shane offers to help Nancy; Doug has to deal with the SEC.
aired 210 days ago
Nancy's ex-cell mate visits; Andy and Silas disagree about the bike shop; Shane receives an unexpected education.
aired 211 days ago
Nancy sells pot at the company softball game; Andy has the grand opening of his bike shop; Silas distributes marijuana in the back room; Shane is offered an internship.
aired 211 days ago
Nancy confronts an old friend and leaves Silas in the crossfire; Andy comes up with a new business venture.

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