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One of the best episodes yet, if not the best yet.
There was plenty of hilarity. The Geek's storyline was brilliant. Sam learned about sex, watched Daniel's porno and became uncomfortable around sex. Fredrcks eventually told him that those movies are mostly fake which comforted Sam greatly.
I liked Neil's part of the story, he'd be a porn star if he could.
The Freak's storyline was about cheating. Daniel -- the handsome devil that he is convinced Lindsay to help him cheat by playing the old 'poor me, everyone thought I was dumb' tape. Lindsay fell for it but teacher Kowchevski didn't.
Once Daniel was forced to prove his innocence he blew it. So to save his ass again, he told the same old story which led Lindsay to realize how stupid she had been for believing him. She cracked up and couldn't stop laughing.
FOUR stars for this episode, we got to know Daniel a little better.
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