Dougie Baldwin (left) and Aaron Moten are two of the stars in the new Netflix comedy Disjointed, which is set in a medical marijuana dispensary.
The show's Los Angeles set is a hippy-looking shop filled with psychedelic posters and glass cases displaying actual product.
Waaaay too edgy for Lorre's home network, CBS — even though he's earned the company more than $1 billion with The Big Bang Theory, according to Deadline Hollywood .
"The fact that they're smoking pot — if they were sitting at a bar in Boston drinking with Sam and Norm and Cliff — they're still a surrogate family and people care about each other," he says.
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