This weekend is an unofficial holiday of sorts, as tomorrow is April 20th, aka 4/20. It’s also known as “Weed Day,” a day devoted to all things marijuana. But you don’t have to be a smoker to get into the spirit of 4/20. These stoner-themed movies and TV shows will keep you highly entertained, no matter where you fall on the “pot spectrum.”

  • For a toke of stoner wisdom: “The Big Lebowski” – Jeff Bridges as The Dude leads an all-star cast including John GoodmanJulianne MoorePhilip Seymour Hoffman and Steve Buscemi.
  • To have your mind completely blown: “Annihilation” – This 2018 thriller starring Natalie Portman might leave you feeling high without ever touching the stuff.
  • If you miss getting high with your friends: “Broad City” – Live vicariously through Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson while they smoke a bowl and have adventures in New York City.
  • A classic to enjoy your chronic: “Up In Smoke” – Cheech and Chong’s 1978 weed caper is one of the original pot comedies.
  • For a marathon 4/20 celebration: “That ‘70s Show” – Eight seasons of teenage basement antics should do it.
  • If Sean Penn will always be Spicoli to you: “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” – Before he was a serious Oscar-winning actor, he was stoned surfer Jeff Spicoli in this 1982 teen comedy.
  • A bromantic bud comedy: “Pineapple Express” – Seth Rogen and James Franco will have you cracking up in this 2008 stoner comedy.
  • To learn something about the universe while getting high: “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” – Neil deGrasse Tyson drops some knowledge about the mysteries of the galaxy.
  • To feel alright, alright, alright: “Dazed and Confused” – Go back to the 1970s with Matthew McConaughey as the ultimate stoner in this 1993 comedy about the last day of school.
  • For those who still quote “Chappelle’s Show” regularly: “Half Baked” – Before Dave Chappelle had his own show, he starred in this 1998 pot-filled comedy.
  • Where the phrase “Bye, Felicia” came from: “Friday” – Chris Tucker and Ice Cube try to find a way to pay their dealer in this 1995 classic.
  • To watch while you satisfy your munchies: “Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle” – They’re craving a bag of sliders and they go on an epic quest to get them.

Source: USA Today