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Conrad, Nancy's first serious business associate, had very strong feelings for Nancy for a long time. After they became a real couple, Nancy had to leave him when Agrestic burned down. Nancy Botwin Weeds Wiki. They were easy to root for, while Nancy made irresponsible decisions by the dozens. Heylia and Conrad took themselves and their ambitions. But the success, it turns out, costs Nancy her family, thus continuing her path of paying Don't ask, don't tell works in this relationship! to the series' roots when Nancy turned to pot dealing in order to support her family after.
She wants what's best for him, but he's yet another man in her life see below who is abandoning her.
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Only eight more years, folks, to see if Jenji Kohan is a pot prophet! Megan hates Nancy since she made Silas resent his childhood and as a result, Nancy's relationship with her granddaughter is strained.
Silas, on the other hand, has matured in his dealings with his mother. When Nancy asks Silas to intervene on her behalf, a zen-like Silas tells her he doesn't resent her, but that he's happy in his new life. The kid has seen better days, including those when he was commiting homicide-by-croquet-mallet. He's still working on the force, alongside bad influence Detective Ouellette Michael Harney.
He's also now a short-tempered brat, whose only comforts are booze and trashy women hey, what's up, Natasha Lyonne? In her one act of philanthropy this hour, Nancy has a mini-intervention with her troubled son and forces him to agree to rehab and get therapy.
We're to assume that Andy hasn't spoken with Nancy since that night they had sex in Regrestic. He moved back to Ren Mar, where he lives in the house once occupied by his late father Lenny Albert Brooks.
He shares custody of his 3-year-old daughter, Leni, with a waitress named Anika. He runs a successful restaurant and, like Silas, is very happy.
He also, sadly, makes it very clear to Nancy that she can no longer be part of his life. The burgeoning cult we saw last week has made Doug a very happy guru.
He's rich, has loyal followers and concubines and a big shiny tour bus he parks in front of Nancy's house. The one thing missing in Doug's life? He never reconciled with his son, Josh Justin Chatwinwhom he threw out of the house as a teen for being gay.
It's not easy, but two kidnappings later, the pair bury the hatchet. Among the other alums who took a final spin around the Weeds dance floor: Conrad Romany Malcowhose wife, it is explained, is expecting another child; Jill Jennifer Jason Leighwho has apparently moved to India; and Celia the always game Elizabeth Perkinsof whom no mention is made.
The four times-widowed Nancy presumably buried her grief in her work, and once marijuana is legalized, her business really takes off. It's so successful that Starbucks would like to buy Nancy out, which, with Andy's encouragement, she eventually agrees is the best next step for her.
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But so now what? During season three, Silas and Shane remain the same age, however, as the season proceeds Shane turns twelve.
During the first half of the season, Nancy works to pay off her debt to U-Turn, owed because U-Turn saved her life, and because Celia destroyed an entire harvest. Nancy also gets a legitimate job working for Sullivan Groff, a crooked developer from the neighboring community of Majestic, and soon becomes his lover.
Celia, who has also been intimate with Groff, resents Nancy for this. Silas begins selling pot for his mother using the alias Judah, and meets Tara, an evangelical Christian who enjoys smoking pot and helps him to sell it. Shane and Isabelle become outcasts at the heavily-religious Majestic summer school and form a friendship. As familial stress increases, Shane begins having conversations with his dead father and insists Judah is really there.
Nancy gets called in by the DEA and is terrified that her arrest is imminent. It turns out that her marriage to Peter Scottson has been discovered, and a hefty life insurance payment awaits. At U-Turn's behest, Conrad and Heylia start a grow business. U-Turn sees talent in Nancy and trains her to be his lieutenant, while simultaneously starting a war with rival Mexican dealers. When U-Turn has a heart attack while jogging, Marvin suffocates him and becomes the new boss.
''Weeds'' recap: Conrad and Nancy fire up
Marvin then botches an attempted truce with the Mexicans, allowing Nancy to clear all debts for her and Conrad and end the gang war. Debt-free, but feeling lonely, Nancy attempts to befriend Peter's ex-wife, Valerie. The two bond over their troubled lives.
Their friendship turns sour when Valerie demands Peter's life-insurance money. Valerie feels it is rightfully hers, due to her longer marriage to Peter and the child they had together. Nancy promises to give it to Valerie, but has to first use most of it to replace the money Doug "borrowed" from the Agrestic treasury to help Nancy get back in business, pay his divorce lawyer, and get laser eye surgery.