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  • Published: [United States] : Shout Factory!, 2004.
  • Year Published: 2004
  • Description: 1 videodiscs (180 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD

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  • 073892783X (set) :
  • 826663482096

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Freaks and geeks : the complete series, [v. 1]

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Originally broadcast by NBC 1999-2000.

Pilot episodle -- Beers and weirs -- Tricks and treats.

Linda Cardellini, John Francis Daley, James Franco, Samm Levine, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Martin Starr.

A television show about two very unique cliches of teenagers dealing with life in a high school during the 1980's. The show covers everything that you remember from high school that you may have chosen to forget.

DVD, Dolby 5.1 ; full screen.

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Such a funny TV show! About a mathlete turned cool kid in high school in the 80s. A classic high school drama.

a great show!

This is such a great show! It's funny and sad and true to all the stuff that happens in high school. A pity that it only lasted on season, but great that it has such a cult followers that are into it. Watch it!! Oh, and it's set it Michigan! All the more reason :) FAYGO!

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A group of high school students in 1980 faces various social struggles. Lindsay Weir rebels and begins hanging out with a crowd of burnouts, courtesy of an invitation from Daniel Desario. Her affiliation with this gang of freaks and her quitting the mathletes worries her family and her once best friend Millie. Her depression started after her attempt to stop the teasing of a special education student goes terribly wrong and ends in him being injured. Meanwhile, freshman Sam Weir struggles to find the courage not only to confront his and his friend’s bully Alan, but to ask cheerleader Cindy Sanders to the homecoming dance. 
"Beers and Weirs"
When the Weir parents go out of town for the weekend, Lindsay's new friends suggest she throw a party. Lindsay hesitantly agrees in the hopes of impressing Daniel, who has broken up with Kim. She asks Sam not to tell their parents and he agrees, though the thought of serving beer at a party worries him after going to a school assembly focusing on alcohol-related deaths. When Sam discusses the matter with his friends Neal and Bill, Bill suggests that they switch the real beer with non-alcoholic beer. Despite the fake beer, the rowdy teenagers begin to think they are drunk and Lindsay soon finds herself having a terrible time. 
"Tricks and Treats"
Halloween soon approaches and Sam convinces his friends to go trick-or-treating with him. The neighborhood reacts awkwardly to the freshmen trick-or-treaters and matters only become worse when Alan picks a fight with the gang. Lindsay agrees to stay home and hand out candy with her mom on Halloween night. However, when she gets an invite to go cruise around town with Nick, Daniel, and Kim, she ditches her mom to hang out with them. Lindsay enjoys her first taste of vandalism with the Freak gang until she accidentally takes things too far. 

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