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Weeds Brings in Natasha Lyonne for Double Sized Series Finale
Since this will be the last time Weeds will ever air a finale, it only seems fitting the very last episode of the Showtime series would be doubled in size in order to give the characters and their stories a proper send off. And because this will be the final episode of the series there’s an understandable amount of secrecy behind it. Pretty much everything about the two-part episode is being kept tightly under wraps to keep viewers guessing as to how things will turn out for the Botwin clan. Luckily, casting announcements are still getting through and today I can tell you American Pie’s Natasha Lyonne has been brought in to guest star in the series finale.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lyonne will be playing a woman by the name of Tiffani, but no other details were given. Remember, this is supposed to be a very secretive episode. Unrelated to Lyonne’s character, I can say the Sept. 16th finale will most certainly not end in a cliffhanger. This is the last episode, people. You can expect closure and the tying up of certain lose ends. Even more importantly, there should be a slew of familiar faces from past characters putting in brief appearances. Now that sounds like a good and proper finale.
Production of the Weeds finale began last week and I couldn’t be happier. Letting the writers know this season is the last one the series will ever have was a smart move on Showtime’s part. They could have waited until after the finale to make this decision, but they made the right call by making it earlier. Now the story can be focused on getting to the end and wrapping up everything in a satisfying conclusion. And for those of us who have grown tired of Weeds, it just means we’ll never have to hear about this show again. So in a way we all win.