Get Your Fix of Weed on TV and Call Girls Online, Courtesy of Showtime

Yes, sometimes we’re able to peel our eyes away from blogs and movie screen to check out the boob tube, and these days what you’re seeing on television is often better than the travesty you plopped $40 on (including soda, popcorn, and candy) at the multiplex. If you’re lucky, it also sustains over several seasons, giving you more than a movie experience ever could.

Case in point? Showtime. Showtime has been rocking the boat the last few years with Weeds, Dexter, Californication, The Tudors, This American Life, Penn and Teller’s Bullshit! and more. It’s enough to make you say Sopranos-who? Tonight you have a double whammy with the premiere of Weeds season 4, which brings back Nancy Botwin and her family of drug dealing whitebreads, and the season premiere of Secret Diary of a Call Girl. Yes, it’s exactly what you think it’s about and features “adult language, adult content, mild violence, and strong sexual content” oh, and nudity.

So, if you’re itching to get a jump on tonight’s Showtiming, thumb your nose at your TiVo and check out the first two episodes of Secret Diary, right here online. Then you can check out the Weeds premiere later and not have to worry about missing anything. Monday nights finally aren’t boring anymore, and it’ll give us something to do while we wait for new DVD Tuesday and Comic Book Wednesday.

I was raised in the Metroplex of Dallas/Fort Worth, and fled at the age of 18 to Austin, Texas, where I was inundated with a whirlwind of new pop culture experiences. Mainly movies, television, and video games. Everything from art house flicks to big budget movie kept me sane, and still do. Somewhat. I now live on the fringe of Los Angeles.

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