The result is that the guard politely returns the marijuana to a puzzled Nancy, apologizes, and offers to help her business in any way he can.
After Andy is notified to report immediately for his military service (where he will be trained and then sent to Iraq) or be sentenced to a military prison, he announces that he is studying to become a rabbi because he believes it will provide grounds for him to be discharged.
Drug dealing turns out to be more difficult than Nancy thought, as she discovers when she expands her customer base to Valley State College and hires Sanjay, a student at the college, to be her on-campus dealer.
Toward the end of the season, Celia is diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer.
The brush with her own mortality softens her personality and leads her to treat her own daughter with more courtesy and respect. However, before her surgery, she meets Conrad and has sex with him.
Her younger daughter, 11-year-old Isabelle, is overweight and the target of her mother's passive-aggressive comments, although Isabelle seems mature and confident for her age.