Freaks and Geeks

Season 1 Episode 13

Chokin' and Tokin'

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Mar 20, 2000 on NBC
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When Bill talks about being allergic to peanuts in class, Alan tries to prove he's lying but Bill ends up in the hospital after an allergic reaction. Lindsay smokes weed for the first time. Lindsay remembers she was supposed to babysit and has to call Millie for help.moreless

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  • I remember this episode although I watched it almost 9 years ago.

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    OMG! I remember this episode although I watched it almost 9 years ago. I remember I thought it was hilarious, especialy the part in wich Lindsay gets high. The scene in which she sits on her friend`s couch and looks at the dog sleeping next to her and freaks out is insane.

    This was an awesome show and I loved watching it, but this episode I think was by far the best. I can`t believe the show only lasted one season. I mean, in MY oppinion it was much better than `That 70`s Show`. I love the inadequacy and akwardness feeling that surrounds every character. They only want to adapt, to fit in, but they can`t, they don`t.moreless
Claudia Christian

Claudia Christian

Gloria Haverchuck

Guest Star

Leslie Mann

Leslie Mann

Ms. Foote

Guest Star

Doug Spinuzza

Doug Spinuzza

Frank

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Michael Beardsley

Michael Beardsley

Humphries

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Mark Allan Staubach

Mark Allan Staubach

Mark

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Jason Lansing

Jason Lansing

Ernie

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Lindsay looks up Marijuana in the encyclopedia at the Johnson's house and finds the entry located almost all the way at the back of the "M" volume. "Marijuana" should be very near the front since the second letter in the word is "A". (There's also only one "M" volume on the shelf so it's not likely that the rest of the M's are in another volume.)

    • Kate Jackson is seen in the brief clip from Charlie's Angels, and Harold expresses his appreciation for her. However, Jackson left the series after the 1978-79 season.

  • QUOTES (4)

  • NOTES (5)

    • Music: "Smokin'" by Boston; "Fat Bottomed Girls" by Queen; "Hi-De-Ho" by Blood, Sweat and Tears; "Aqualung" by Jethro Tull; "Little Green Bag" by George Baker; "Baby, Don't Get Hooked on Me" by Mac Davis

    • The series won the 2000 Emmy for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy.

    • The show was cancelled the day after this episode aired.

    • This episode was originally scheduled to air 21 Feb 00.

    • This episode opened with the Weir family watching Charlie's Angels. Coincidentally, time-slot competitor That '70s Show aired a scene (at nearly the exact same time) with characters watching that program. Suffice it to say, Sam's choice of Bosley as the highlight of Charlie's Angels was not shared by the characters on the other show.

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