The next time your parents ask you if you want a sandwich, think very carefully…
Only a true stoner could get away with this brilliant observation: “They call them fingers, but I’ve never seen them fing. … Oh, there they go.”
Honestly, what would That ’70s Show be without those classic basement scenes each week? (You know, besides 10 minutes shorter.)
<— Everything you need to know about the Comedy Central series' titular trio can be summed up in this one quote from Adam DeMamp.
The Griffin family’s dog has experimented with quite a few drugs over the years — his 2011 mushroom trip still haunts us — but weed, preferably in bag form, will always be his favorite.
Since his hazy introduction in 2001, Towelie has always served as a cautionary tale for the good children of South Park — and not just about the importance of drying oneself after swimming.
My math is a little rusty, but I’m pretty sure Andy smoked more than he sold during the Showtime comedy’s seven-season run.
The Cannabist tips its hat to the Broad City girls for being part of the “female stoner” movement, which basically makes them pioneers.
Elena’s little brother/cousin has had a taste for the herb since Day 1, so it’s only fitting he let his sister in on the action during his final episode this season.
Just saying… Maybe Queen Helena wouldn’t be so uptight if she spent more, ahem, quality time with her children.
Given what (and who) Ms. Goldberg has to put up with every day, can you really blame the outspoken marijuana enthusiast for lighting up?
For the record, we would totally split a pizza with Jane Fonda.