More Weeds Creep into the Netflix Garden

Netflix has kept me waiting for months on end, wondering what would happen. Now, the day has finally come. Showtime’s favorite Dramedy, and one of the few things I’ll still look to TV for, has finally arrived in its entirety on Netflix: Weeds. I have spent months now mired on the second season’s finale, which unleashed one of the most astoundingly tense cliffhangers of any TV show currently out there. I waited, but nothing more came. Given that the series is currently through five seasons, you can imagine my frustration, then.

But at long last, Netflix has added all five seasons to its instant queue (and I, immediately, to mine), allowing me to get my fix and countless others not to wait around for the mail to actually deliver DvD after DvD to their homes.

For those of you that don’t know of Weeds, I ask: Where have you been?! Get started now. It has MILFs, Drugs, Guns, Sex, and…beautiful suburban landscape. Also, a terrible theme song, that has the uncanny capable of lodging itself into your brain when you very much don’t want it there, subjecting you to endless repetitious humming and…well, hey, at least it reminds you of the show.

Anyhow, for your amusement, have a unique look at history, care of the beloved TV show:

Now if only Netflix would get the rest of Californication and Dexter up and running, I’d be set for a good long while. I suppose they could get more Tudors, too…you know, if I’m looking for sex mixed with quasi-historical political drama. I mean, who isn’t? Oh, but beggars can’t be choosers…but actually, they can. And I am. So gimme.

~ by Chris G. on March 24, 2010.

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