As 4/20 rapidly approaches, most of us are doing as much as we can to prepare for the big holiday.
Except there's just one thing...this year we can't exactly join others outside and celebrate the way we usually have in the past.
The current epidemic we're living in puts us all in an unordinary situation, which calls for a major change of plans. If you're like approximately 90% of the population, you're more than likely staying at home and figuring out ways to keep yourself entertained. It's a challenge not only on 4/20, but every other day we remain in this state of social distancing.
Medical and recreational cannabis consumers are lucky though. With our favorite strain, our time spent at home can be much more enjoyable – especially with a great show to watch!
Here at Leafbuyer we've handpicked some of the best shows to watch right now, while high of course. Whether it be comedy, cuisine, drama, or all the above, we've got a special selection just for you.
Rap, awkwardness, and relatable millennial humor all just about sum up this new series.
Starring the YouTube sensation Dave Burd himself, we're taken on a hilarious journey through his rise to fame as rapper alter ego "Lil Dicky."
Dave portrays a character that doesn't exactly fit in with the lifestyle of music he's chasing. He also struggles to maintain confidence throughout the show. But even through his cringe-worthy comedy and over-analytical commentary, there's just something unique about Dave's talent that keeps you wanting more.
The show's endless amount of laugh-out-loud moments alone make Dave that much more perfect to watch while high right now.
Plus, there's plenty of weed smoking throughout the series to keep the mood hitting just right.
That 70's Show
Who says what you're watching right now needs to be new and 'with the times?'
If you never got a chance to check out this stoner classic in the past, now is the best possible time to catch up!
Actors such as Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and Topher Grace, all got their big breaks from this TV series. Just watch their hysterical performances, and you'll know exactly why.
Set in a suburban small town in the 1970's, this sitcom focuses on a group of teenage friends living and learning as they grow through high school and into their adulthood. Even though the time frame is set in the 70's, the storyline and gut-busting humor still remains oh-so-relatable.
Additionally, the countless smoke circle scenes will have you feeling like you're part of the session (especially if you spark up every time one of these scenes comes on).
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Warning: This show will give you the munchies.
Restaurateur David Chang takes us on an epic foodie adventure around the world and meets with a different celebrity guest in every episode (who all end up being really great friends of his).
Chang explores a variety of delicious food, and discovers the unique culture of every city he visits, all while conducting such conversational interviews.
This mini-series kicks off with stoner comedy legend Seth Rogen as Chang's first guest. They have proper smoke sessions before and after every meal and eat what looks to be some of most delicious food in Vancouver, Canada.
At certain points of the show, you might think like us and wonder how exactly they're able to eat so much food (especially in what seems to be a short amount of time). But then again, having heavy smoke sessions in between meals can definitely help in restarting the good ole "munchies" effect.
While we're on the subject of food, there is another brand new show we'd like to recommend as well...
Cooked with Cannabis
Coming soon, with a perfect release date of 4/20/2020.
This show is set to air on Netflix, and will feature a number of expert cannabis chefs competing to win a hefty cash prize.
Their culinary skills are put to the test in each challenge, where they're tasked with creating three-course meals fully infused with cannabis, CBD, and tasty terpenes.
Every episode will also feature a group of special guests lucky enough to taste these uplifting masterpieces.
We don't have too many other details about the show just yet, but certainly cannot wait to get baked and see what all the hype is about.
And last, but certainly not least...
Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness
There's simply no other way to put it – if you haven't seen this true-crime docuseries yet, you're missing out!
Directors Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin take us into the unexpected world of big cats living in the United States. We're shown just how fascinating not only these big exotic (yet domesticated) animals can be, but the people who own are them as well.
The story mainly follows Oklahoma based zookeeper Joe Exotic, but also features many other very interesting big cat owners. In fact, what may be most fascinating about this show are the actual back-stories of each owner.
From criminal involvement, to a suspicious disappearance, and even a possible sex cult – the interviews and history of the characters in this series are what really keep you hooked from start to finish.
And while not exactly cannabis related, this show will not fail to amaze you. There may even be moments in your binging where you'll have to second guess whether what you saw was true, or if you're truly just that high.
We know there's an endless amount of shows to choose from, and the scrolling through your streaming service can feel endless in itself sometimes. So whether you choose to watch any of these shows this 4/20, the day before, the day after, or any other day this year, we genuinely hope you'll enjoy our suggestions.