Shane and Isabelle become outcasts at the heavily-religious Majestic summer school and form a friendship.
As familial stress increases, Shane begins having conversations with his dead father and insists Judah is really there.
To get back at Groff, Doug steals the giant cross from Majestic's megachurch, eventually putting it inside the grow house.
Meanwhile, Dean has a motorcycle accident, which forces Celia to take care of him against her will.
Meanwhile, other characters get bogged down in the legalities of it all, and there are cheesy songs on the soundtrack and an expectedly heartwarming ending.
The cast boast performances from a typically gruff Kris Kristofferson, a cameo from Martin Sheen, and a nice role for Robert Do Qui, a favourite of mine for his performance as the tough chief of police in ROBOCOP.
When U-Turn has a heart attack while jogging, Marvin suffocates him and becomes the new boss.
Nancy also gets a legitimate job working for Sullivan Groff, a crooked developer from the neighboring community of Majestic, and soon becomes his lover.Everything plays out here exactly as you’d expect, but ORIGINAL INTENT is surprisingly well made and engaging for what it is.The season begins with the fallout from the botched drug deal of the season two finale.Celia finds and destroys the entire harvest; U-Turn pays the mobsters to leave Nancy and him alone; Silas is arrested and sentenced to community service; Sanjay comes out of the closet, but U-Turn forces him to have sex with a woman who becomes pregnant with his child.During season three, Silas and Shane remain the same age, however, as the season proceeds Shane turns twelve.Celia, who has also been intimate with Groff, resents Nancy for this.Silas begins selling pot for his mother using the alias Judah, and meets Tara, an evangelical Christian who enjoys smoking pot and helps him to sell it.Guillermo decides to burn down the bikers' marijuana field, causing a huge fire which spreads to the Agrestic area.At that time, thermal cameras spot the stolen cross and the DEA moves in.Debt-free, but feeling lonely, Nancy attempts to befriend Peter's ex-wife, Valerie. Their friendship turns sour when Valerie demands Peter's life-insurance money.Valerie feels it is rightfully hers, due to her longer marriage to Peter and the child they had together.