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In the season 6 finale, Nancy must free herself from the grip of Esteban in order to escape the country along with her family. At the airport, Andy attempts to calm the nerves of Shane and Warren. Meanwhile, Silas must decide whether to stay with Lars or leave with the Botwins.
The episode was rated 8.24 from 390 votes.
The Botwins' flight continues after a parking violation and Doug gets into a hostage situation.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 398 votes.
Nancy has a tense, one-on-one, sit-down interview with Vaughn. Andy, Shane and Warren to get more cash plus passports they'll need for the family to enter Europe. Silas continues to wrestle with the fact that Lars may be his father. Meanwhile, Doug returns to Agrestic to locate his passport.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 380 votes.
Nancy brings her son back while Andy and Silas wait in a diner.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 382 votes.
Faced with the aftermath of Shane having murdered Pilar, Nancy grabs Shane and Silas and they flee the scene. Andy is then met with the decision to split town with his family or stay and fight for Audra's affection.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 396 votes.
Nancy, attempting to score some big cash, returns to her hometown where she takes up residence with Warren an old acquaintance. Andy and Doug try to secure information on where to locate fake passports. Meanwhile, Silas and Shane curiously dig into Nancy's past.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 371 votes.
After acquiring an RV, Nancy lets Andy navigate the road and he leads them to Pioneer Town, a former western movie set now turned off-the-grid scab city. While Nancy attempts to get the lay of the land, she instructs the family to set up a mobile hash making shop inside the RV. Andy and Silas work on getting laundry machines while Doug and Shane try to obtain water.
The episode was rated 7.81 from 368 votes.
Nancy makes a deal with the concierge and Shane becomes part of a mommy group. Meanwhile, Doug is questioned by Cesar and Ignacio.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 387 votes.
Nancy becomes a scab labor in a Seattle hotel while Shane looks after Stevie and Doug goes back to Ren Mar
The episode was rated 7.77 from 395 votes.
After hours of aimless driving, Nancy, ignoring Shane's suggestion of hiding out in Pittsburgh, hatches a plan for the family to cross into Canada. Andy is tasked with acquiring fake IDs. Silas must decide if he's willing to live on the lam. Elsewhere, Esteban must answer to authorities regarding Pilar's murder and Nancy's whereabouts.
The episode was rated 7.72 from 387 votes.
Nancy, trying to get she and her family out of the country, is continually faced with unexpected guests from her past. Andy has to get creative in order to secure passports while Doug must find his own means of obtaining one. Meanwhile, Silas deals with the possibility that Lars could be his father. Shane is left to deal with Warren who is becoming unhinged.The episode was rated from 358 votes.
Nancy decides that her family has seen enough gunslinging for a lifetime, so to lighten things up she takes them to a Montana fair. Andy and Silas enter a butter-eating contest while Doug looks after the baby and makes friends with the carneys. Elsewhere, Nancy escorts Shane on a rollercoaster where they stir up some trouble in line.The episode was rated from 374 votes.
Nancy is met with yet another roadblock when baby Stevie gets sick leaving her and Andy to scramble to find a pediatrician. Meanwhile, Silas, Shane and Doug are tasked with unloading some merchandise at a kiddie concert.The episode was rated from 360 votes.
Last updated: sep 30, 2022
This show was great but could have done with ending a few seasons before it did. Shame the last few seasons were so blah.
Yes, the show rather lost its edge after a few seasons in and rather deviated from the original plot. For a show to run for seven and now currently eight seasons with the same plot and setting would be dull (unless its a sitcom). I enjoyed the jaw-hitting-the-floor moments in season 6 and 7, despite it being FAR from the original plot. Personally I prefer Californication over Weeds, but I think Weeds has held up better in the long run, especially having run for two seasons longer.
Loved it up until around season 7 then it turned very hit or miss and then came the travesty of season 8 which had it's moments wrapped up the show but was horrible as hell Last episode was half decent tho for sure tho i heard most people disliked it
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