Freaks and Geeks

The Diary

Season 1, Ep 10, Aired 1/31/00
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  • Episode Description
  • Lindsay's parents forbid her from hanging out with Kim, because they think she's a bad influence. Bill grows tired of being picked last for teams for baseball in P.E. class and not being allowed to really participate, and he decides to do something about it.

  • Cast & Crew
  • John Francis Daley

    Sam Weir

  • Martin Starr

    Bill Haverchuck

  • Becky Ann Baker

    Jean Weir

  • Samm Levine

    Neil Schweiber

  • Linda Cardellini

    Lindsay Weir

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Kim: Okay, one thing that helps is to point your boobs to the road.

    • Daniel: Hey, don't get mad at me. I'm just trying to be rational. Kim: Are you calling me irrational? Because I'll tear your head off, Daniel. I'll tear it off and I'll throw it over that fence.

    • Sam: Think we could be arrested for making prank calls? Neal: Yeah, and we'll get sent to telephone prison.

    Notes (2)

    • Music: "Journey to the Center of the Mind" by Amboy Dukes; "No Language in Our Lungs" by XTC; "Theme From Different Strokes" by Al Burton and Gloria Loring; "Theme from What's Happening!"; "Overture" by Bill Conti (from "Rocky II")

    • Seth Rogen does not appear in this episode.

    Trivia (3)

    • Plot Hole: It's already been established that the show is supposedly talking place during the Fall/Winter of 1980 in Michigan yet in the Softball scenes, all the trees have green leaves and the weather looks rather warm.

    • Plot Hole: Why are Nick and Kim in the same English class with Lindsay? This seems like a major plot hole in this particular episode. It's already been established that Lindsay is an honor student unlike her "Freak" friends.

    • The geeks celebrate when Bill makes a diving catch in the gym class softball game, even though it's only the first out. Neil comments that there are only 8 and 2/3 innings to go. In softball, as opposed to baseball, there are 7 innings in a game, not 9.

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