A belligerent young man with the flu turns out to be more than he seems, and presents a challenge to Morris and Sam when he refuses treatment. Abby's chance encounter with Curtis Ames ... See full summary »

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A belligerent young man with the flu turns out to be more than he seems, and presents a challenge to Morris and Sam when he refuses treatment. Abby's chance encounter with Curtis Ames leaves Kovac uneasy. Meanwhile, Pratt discovers a local church's risky drug exchange program, Neela and Gates square off, and Weaver gets an interesting offer. Written by Alex/Marcos

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Linda Cardellini and Busy Phillips are in Freaks and Geeks together See more »

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When Katey tells Neela that Gates is cute but he lives with someone and has a kid, she has her hand on her chin when the camera is in front of them, but when the camera angle is behind them, Katey's hand is nowhere near her face. See more »

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Dr. Archie Morris: Hey, uh, any messages for me yet, Frank?
Frank Martin: [loudly] No, Morris! That TV producer lady has not called back yet, and if you ask me that one more time, I'm gonna slap you so hard you turn brunette! Have you got that?
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Jigsaw (#13.7)
21 May 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A pretty good episode. I liked the story about the guy with multiple personality disorder. Shawn Hatosy did a great job in it, he was sure a good choice. I also liked the fact that Morris was more of a serious, caring doctor here who was also right. I really like his character with a comedic value, but I also like to see him being a doctor from time to time.

Abby's encounter with Curtis was also pretty good. I wonder where it will go from here.

What I didn't like was Tony getting together with Neela, when somebody treats you like she is a bitter loser (and she is one pretty often) you don't kiss them!


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