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When Andy arrives in Agrestic, he is little more than a fun-loving slacker without any direction, and Nancy views him as a burden.
Nonetheless, he emerges as the primary father figure in the household.
In the series finale, which leaps forward seven years, viewers come to know that Nancy married Rabbi David Bloom, who later died in a car accident.
Throughout most of the show, Nancy shares her house with her brother-in-law Andy Botwin (Justin Kirk).
During seasons four and five, the Botwins reside in the fictional town of Ren Mar in San Diego.
In the sixth season, the family relocates to Seattle, Washington and Dearborn, Michigan.
They live in Manhattan for the duration of the season, but relocate to Connecticut in the season seven finale and throughout season eight.
The first three seasons are set primarily in the fictional town of Agrestic, California.
The name "Stevenson Ranch" was digitally replaced with "Agrestic" (and with "Majestic" and "Regrestic" in later episodes).
The overhead satellite view in the beginning of the credits in the first three seasons is of Calabasas Hills, a gated community in Calabasas, California.
A version of this Wikipedia page served as the introduction for the season 5 episode titled "Where the Sidewalk Ends".
Nancy Botwin is a single mother who lives in Agrestic—a fictional suburb of Los Angeles with her two children, Silas and Shane, aged 15 and 10, when the series begins.
Showrunner and head writer Jenji Kohan, whose credits include Tracey Takes On..., Mad About You, and Sex and the City, is the executive producer of the series, alongside Roberto Benabib, of Little City fame. ", Kohan responded by explaining how she and Benabib "tag team".