I don’t know about you but sometimes when I smoke pot, I get super creative. I can end up writing, painting, or playing piano for hours. It’s an amazing experience. But other times when I smoke pot, I just want to sit on the couch, kick back with some Cheetos, and watch Netflix. Here are five shows I love to watch when I’m stoned. You might want to give them a shot.
Ruth is a longtime advocate for the legalization of marijuana, and she gets a chance to live her dream when she becomes the owner of a Los Angeles cannabis dispensary. Helping her run Ruth’s Alternative Caring are her charismatic “budtenders”: her entrepreneurial 20-something son and a troubled security guard. As one might expect, the trio is pretty much constantly high while working. The sitcom was co-created by genre veteran Chuck Lorre (“The Big Bang Theory”).
Three young men and three young women – of the BFF kind – live in the same apartment complex and face life and love in New York. They’re not above sticking their noses into one another’s businesses and swapping romantic partners, which always leads to the kind of hilarity average people will never experience – especially during breakups.
The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross
The Joy of Painting is an American half-hour instructional television show hosted by painter Bob Ross which ran from January 11, 1983 until May 17, 1994. In each episode, Ross taught techniques for landscape oil painting, completing a painting in each session. The program followed the same format as its predecessor, The Magic of Oil Painting, hosted by Ross’s mentor Bill Alexander. In its running, it won three Emmy Awards.
In each episode, four of the country’s top bakers compete for a $10,000 prize in a cupcake-baking competition. The show consists of three rounds, with one contestant eliminated after each round. In round one, the contestants must baking a cupcake that is judged on taste alone. Baking three cupcakes is the task in the second round, when they are judged on both taste and presentation. Then, the remaining two bakers are each given a five-person team in the final round, in which they have two hours to make 1,000 cupcakes. The baker who the judges determine made the best cupcakes in all three rounds takes home the cash.
Baby Animals in the Wild
A broad range of adorable baby animals is showcased in their spectacular natural habitats.