In an interview with the BBC, Homolite Weed Eaters creator, creator of the show, and writer-director Tim Burgess explains how Weed Eater takes the concept of a weed eater and combines it with a very familiar weed-smoking trope to create a show that is very much in line with its original intent.
Burgess said, “It’s not a weed-themed show, but it’s very much the Weed Eater that people remember from the show.”
The show revolves around Jimmy Eat World, a weed dealer who lives in a mansion on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
The mansion is filled with a variety of drugs that Jimmy uses to ease his daily life.
When he is invited to the home of a friend who is also a weed addict, Jimmy decides to join them.
While he has some trouble in the first episode, Jimmy eventually grows to trust them and becomes their friend, a trait he shares with his friends.
In the first season, Jimmy was shown smoking weed to help ease his day-to-day life and was also shown to be quite fond of weed.
He was even shown to enjoy drinking it, even though it’s against the law in the United States.
This was because it was a very popular recreational drug in the early 2000s and was used as a way to cope with the pain and stress of losing a loved one.
This is where things started to change for Jimmy, as he soon learned that weed is also used to treat mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety.
Jimmy had to face the reality that his own addiction and his friends addiction was in fact causing him great pain and suffering.
“Jimmy’s addiction was killing him and his life was in danger, so the Weed Eater team created a show where Jimmy’s drug-addicted friend could find a new way to deal with his addiction,” Burgess said.
“Jimmy’s character becomes a kind of therapy for him, helping him find a better way to handle his life.
We hope this series helps people find their own way of living their lives without drugs.”
Although the show was originally intended to be a comedy, Burgess said it has since turned into a drama, focusing on the relationships between the characters and the struggles that they face.
“The Weed Eators are also a team of drug addicts, with their own struggles,” Burgess continued.
“They are dealing with the same issues that Jimmy faces, but this time, Jimmy’s problem is different from theirs.
They both have real issues that they have to deal the same way.
This shows the real struggle that people are going through, and we hope that the show helps people understand that.”