Lindsay encourages Nick to pursue a career in music. Nick continues to practice with his current band, but quickly decides he's better than them. Lindsay encourages Nick to audition for a ... See full summary »

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Lindsay encourages Nick to pursue a career in music. Nick continues to practice with his current band, but quickly decides he's better than them. Lindsay encourages Nick to audition for a bigger local band. When things don't go well in the audition, Lindsay is there to comfort Nick. Sam, Bill, and Neal struggle with having to shower in gym class. Written by YazzyJ

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Trivia

Michael Andrews, who wrote the music for the series, plays Dimension's bass player Alex. See more »

Goofs

After Nick spits soda on Kim she kicks the soda cup and the cup falls off the bleacher seat. In the next and subsequent scene the cup is back on the bleacher seat. See more »

Quotes

Nick Andopolis: Alright, three o'clock today.
Daniel Desario: Nah, I gotta do something with The Kim at three.
Ken Miller: Ahhhh, how 'bout 3:01?
Daniel Desario: How about 3:15 'cause I gotta fit in your mother.
Ken Miller: ...You wanna sleep with my mom?
Daniel Desario: Mhm.
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Connections

References Wonder Woman (1975) See more »

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Crossroads
Performed by Paul Feig, Jason Segel and Demension
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Centers around one of my least favorite characters
30 January 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Another fun episode that centers around one of my least favorite characters; Nick.

Nick is one of those people that are just doomed to have a miserable live. He's a tragic character and it isn't his fault. Nick is just stupid and can't think straight. One of the reasons why F&G is so good is because it makes me feel the characters happiness or this time; their anxiety. The scene of Nick performing horribly at a band audition was nailbiting and terrible to experience. We have all been there, The Geek side of the episode was a lot more pleasant this time. Sam reminds me of when I was a little boy, I dreaded the moment I was forced to shower at school. But the writers wrote the fear of being nude in such a hilarious way that the forced-streaking overkilled it.

This episode is a FOUR star one. Another great one.


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