Actor and comedian Jim Belushi embarks on a new career as a legal cannabis farmer. Viewers get unprecedented access to Belushi’s marijuana farm in southern Oregon, as he builds a cannabis business from the ground up.
Jim and Chris' trip to Mississippi, for their final leg of this part of their national expansion, comes to a halt when they discover their clone plants are sick and in no shape to move onto their next stage of growth. With only 1-2 weeks to fix the issue and nurse the plants back to health, Jim has no choice but to stay back on the farm and send Larry to Mississippi in his place. A decision Chris adamantly disagrees with. Larry has finally started to find his footing in Oregon. But will he buckle under the pressure of walking a mile in Jim's shoes?
Dan Aykroyd presents Jim and Chris with a hair-brained scheme that sends them deep into the woods of Big Sur, California, in search of a legendary marijuana seed. Meanwhile, Larry investigates a murder on the farm.
Going against everyone's wishes, Jim Belushi makes a major decision that creates chaos for his entire staff. Meanwhile, with Jim and Chris away on business, Larry sets his sights on taking over the farm.
A suspicious fire on the farm has Jim Belushi and his staff fearing for their safety and the future of the farm. But after being presented with exciting expansion opportunities, Jim makes a brash decision that could send the entire business up in smoke.
After losing the seeds of two prized Colombian strains, Jim and Chris are back at square one. The cousins explore Pablo Escobar's old haunts while trying to salvage their trip. Back home, they celebrate the harvest of Jim's strains with a big party.
Jim and Chris are on their way to Idaho for a Blues Brothers show with Dan Aykroyd, where Jim plans to ask Dan for the right to use the Blues Brothers' brand. Dan sets Jim on a 'Mission from God' -- to Colombia, in pursuit of elusive cannabis strains.
Actor and comedian Jim Belushi is adding another expertise to his repertoire…cannabis farmer! Jim learns the hard way that the 'I'll do it myself' mentality leads to mistakes. Later, Jim discovers that his family's support for his new endeavor is waning.
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