Watch Jane Seymour In 'Dr. Quinn, Medicinal Marijuana Woman'

First 'Will & Grace' returned to the airwaves, then 'Roseanne' was briefly revived. Now Jimmy Kimmel thinks it's time to revamp 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,' but instead of making the frontier physician a hardcore conservative, Kimmel put a cannabis twist on the western drama.

In the sketch 'Dr. Quinn, Medicinal Marijuana Woman,' Jane Seymour returned to the prairie, but her medical kit contained one thing and one thing only: joints. Lots and lots of joints. And each strain had a frontier-themed name, like 'Cornbread Kush,' 'Oregon Trail Haze' and our favorite - 'Calamity Mary Jane.'

Check out the good doctor peddling medical pot in this clip.



Proponents of the War on Drugs often claim that it's about keeping communities safe. But US drug laws are based less on public health and more on social control, according to Diane Goldstein—Chair of the Law Enforcement Action Partnership (LEAP). "I think what's critically important is that most Americans recognize that, inherently, our drug laws have never been about public health," Goldstein told Civilized.