Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

[Weeds] 1.05 "Lude Awakening" [2008-01-07]

I liked the shrink saying, "You're a bitch-ass white boy, too, Shane."

When Celia was sitting with Shane, MaryAlice was like, "Why does she get to be enlightened?" and I said I interpreted it as her finally having (giving herself) permission to be the bitch she always kinda has been. (I liked her asking Nancy, "Do you like me?" and Nancy answering, "Honestly? Mostly.") I loved Celia at the PTA meeting.

Andy: "What do you call the thing between the dick and the asshole."
Lupita: "The coffee table."

Conrad: "This is my special home brand. I called it 'Clark Kent.' Just sniff it right here. Smell good huh! You smoke this shit and you just want to rip your clothes off in a phone booth and fight crimes."

Oh Silas and the ironic "Don't be a Dick" sticker in his locker. (Also, so stupid to dump Megan before checking out whether Chelsea's really into you. Okay, normally I would say it would be stupid to go after someone while still in a relationship -- a la "Nothing Good Happens After 2AM" -- but surely you could find some way to gauge Chelsea's interest.)

Hey, The New Pornographers! I actually know this music. ("Introducing for the first time . . ." which the Internet tells me is actually titled "The Laws Have Changed." I'm often bad at naming TNP songs.)

I really enjoyed Andy almost kissing the police officer. And seriously, Nancy, just leave him in jail. Why are you bailing him out?

Allison Janney! I totally did not know she was ever in this show, so that was a nifty surprise.
Tags: tv: weeds

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