What's Good on Weed This Weekend: The Last Jedi, and what more do you need?

What's Good on Weed This Weekend: The Last Jedi, and what more do you need?

I mean, the new Star Wars is out this weekend, so there's most of your plans all done right there. We're finally going to get to find out what's up with old beardy Luke, and what the deal is between Rey and Kylo. No spoilers -- go check it out by getting high and then just following the line at a theater near you.

There's a new Eminem album out this week, but unfortunately it's not all that good. Instead, just go listen to our Lifted Licks pick for this week, Paramore's latest album. It's nice and bouncy (and depressingly dark) in all the right places.

On TV, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is, well, marvelous. It's a new Amazon series about a female standup comedian set in the '50s from the creator of Gilmore Girls, and if that doesn't make you want to spend all day binging it and smoking, then I don't know what you want. It can get a little precious at times (like the main character, the creator does tend to grab the mic and preach every once in a while), but it's very well shot, acted, and written anyway.

In gaming, Steamworld Dig 2 is only $14.99 on the Switch, and it's a very colorful and fun adventure that should go well with the kindest bud you can find. It's also a free weekend for Homefront: The Revolution on Steam. The game's not great, but it's definitely worth that price, and open world titles are always fun when you're a little buzzed. And speaking of open world titles, there's a Red Dead Redemption related gun in Grand Theft Auto Online, so if you're on that game, grab the pistol in advance of next year's RDR2. 

Whatever you get up to this weekend (enjoy seeing The Last Jedi), we hope you have a great, safe time doing it. Thanks for reading and have a great one!

 

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