Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 25, 1999
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
NBC TV Network
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Freaks and Geeks

The universal experience of teenagehood as lived by the regular old freaks and geeks in a Michigan high school, circa 1980, is the subject of this wistful comedy-drama executive-produced by Emmy-winner Judd Apatow and series creator Paul Feig.

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01x15 Noshing and Moshing Aired: Oct. 17, 2000

The Weirs attend the Sweibers' annual dinner party where Neal rebels against his father and turns his attention to ventriloquism. Kim breaks …

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The show had 1 season and 18 episodes air between 1999 and 2000.

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  • Debut for both Seth Rogen and John Francis Daley.
  • While the show took place in Michigan, it was shot in California. Outside scenes proved to be difficult to shoot because no palm trees were allowed to be seen in the shot. If you look closely…
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    While the show took place in Michigan, it was shot in California. Outside scenes proved to be difficult to shoot because no palm trees were allowed to be seen in the shot. If you look closely you may see at least one.
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  • "Smooching and Mooching" (#113, aired July 8, 2000): While at the Weirs' house during quiet hour, Nick breaks the silence by blasting "Tom Sawyer" from Lindsay's room claiming listening to…
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    "Smooching and Mooching" (#113, aired July 8, 2000): While at the Weirs' house during quiet hour, Nick breaks the silence by blasting "Tom Sawyer" from Lindsay's room claiming listening to music is his homework. After a brief conversation about screwing around, Mr. Weir says "That drummer you're listening to, he's terrible...Neil Peart couldn't drum his way out of a paper bag...you wanna hear drumming? I'll play you drumming...I grew up with Gene Krupa and Buddy Rich". (Ironically, Harold Weir is played by Joe Flaherty, SCTV's "Count Floyd" who introduced the song "The Weapon" on the concert video screen during the Signals and Grace Under Pressure tours, as well as on the single release).
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