Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000)
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Smooching and Mooching 

Nick stays with the Weirs after a fight with his father and the geeks go to a make-out party.

Director:

Jake Kasdan

Writers:

Paul Feig (created by), Steve Bannos
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Linda Cardellini ... Lindsay Weir
John Francis Daley ... Sam Weir
James Franco ... Daniel Desario
Samm Levine ... Neal Schweiber
Seth Rogen ... Ken Miller
Jason Segel ... Nick Andopolis
Martin Starr ... Bill Haverchuck
Becky Ann Baker ... Jean Weir
Joe Flaherty ... Harold Weir
Busy Philipps ... Kim Kelly
Natasha Melnick ... Cindy Sanders
Kevin Tighe ... Mr. Andopolis
Shaun Weiss ... Sean
JoAnna Garcia Swisher ... Vicki Appleby (as Joanna Garcia)
Kayla Ewell ... Maureen Sampson
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Storyline

Nick leaves home when his father sells his drums, and Lindsey is dismayed when her parents let him stay at her house. Her dad seems to treat Nick better than he treats his own daughter. What's going on? Sam gets his chance with Cindy when she breaks up with Todd and suggests that Sam meet her at Mona's party. Neal hears it's a make-out party, so he practices his bottle spinning, and Bill is revolted by the notion of French kissing. Will any of the geeks end up with a first kiss? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 July 2000 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (17 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

When Sam is going through his closet trying to find an outfit for the party, one of the outfits he rejects is the blue disco suit he wore in Looks & Books. See more »

Goofs

Sam's eyeline changes between shots when he is sitting on the bed next to Cindy. See more »

Quotes

Lindsay Weir: Dad, give me one good reason why there can't be a woman president.
Harold Weir: It's called three irrational days per month. Now, I would have no issue with the other twenty seven, but we're talking about the atomic bomb here.
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Connections

References Jaws (1975) See more »

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You'll Accomp'ny Me
(uncredited)
Written and Performed by Bob Seger
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Poor Neil! Great episode!
4 September 2018 | by jsalern1See all my reviews

This episode shows why this show is so great! So many dimensions are exposed if each character! Martin Starr is a STAR! Mr. Weir shows his good side with Nick, Lindsey realizes how lucky she really is, Sam shows his naïveté yet he finally wins, and Bill's innocent yet revealing honesty wins over the hardest audience ever! This episode had me laughing and clapping at the end! Great entertainment!


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