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TV Series
    (August 1, 2005-September 16, 2012)
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Drama
    Special: Special Suburban Shakedown (August 1, 2005)
    Season 1 - 10 Episodes (August 7-October 10, 2005)
    Season 2 - 12 Episodes (August 14-October 20, 2006)
    Season 3 - 15 Episodes (August 13-November 19, 2007)
    Mary-Louise Parker as Nancy Botwin
    Elizabeth Perkins as Celia Hodes
    Kevin Nealon as Doug Wilson
    Justin Kirk as Andy Botwin
    Tonye Patano as Heylia James
    Romany Malco as Conrad Shepard
    Hunter Parrish as Silas Botwin
    Alexander Gould as Shane Botwin
    Allie Grant as Isabelle Hodes
    Andy Milder as Dean Hodes
    Mary-Kate Olsen as Tara Lindman
    Matthew Modine as Sullivan Groff
    Created by Jenji Kohan
    Setting: Agrestic, Los Angeles, California
    Premise: A mom who suddenly becomes a widow, sells pot to support her family's lifestyle
    Showtime
    It mixes drama with dark comedy and is usually classified as a dramedy.
    Variety said it delivers smiles but only occasional laughs out loud.
    The book 'Rejuvenile' is mentioned often on the show, its author is Christopher Noxon the husband of series creator Jenji Kohan.
    It gave Mary-Kate Olsen her first opportunity to perform solo without her twin sister Ashley.
    The series justifies itself when Nancy says: 'I'm not a dealer, I'm a mother who happens to distribute illegal product.'
    Mary-Louise Parker 2005 Golden Globe as Best TV Actress is somewhat tainted. The other four nominees were all from Desperate Housewives which split their vote.
    Creator Jenji Kohan wrote for 'Gilmore Girls,' 'Mad About You' and 'Sex and the City.'
    It is highly critically acclaimed.
    Mary-Louise Parker won the 2005 Golden Globe as Best TV Actress.
    It was the highest rated show on Showtime in 2005.
    Slate magazine chose Nancy Botwin as one TV's best characters.

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    In 2012, Out of 14 Votes: 57.14% Annoying
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