Freaks and Geeks: The Complete Scripts, Volume 1

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Paul Feig, Judd Apatow
Newmarket Press, 2004 - Performing Arts - 606 pages
4 Reviews
Though only airing for 18 episodes, the Dreamworks Television comedy/drama Freaks and Geeks (NBC, 1999-2000) earned extraordinary critical acclaim, and developed a devoted fan base that fought valiantly to keep it on the air. Eventually fan demand (an online petition of over 35,000 names) convinced the studio to release the series on DVD. Created by Paul Feig and executive produced by Judd Apatow (The Larry Sanders Show), Freaks and Geeks followed the Weir siblings--former math whiz Lindsay (Linda Cardellini of the Scooby-Doo feature films and ER) and her younger brother Sam (John Francis Daley)--as they navigated the perils and pleasures of a Michigan high school circa 1980. Lauded for its brutal honesty and very human characters, Freaks and Geeks combined smart dialogue and winning performances, and its plotlines rarely offered pat solutions to the characters' conflicts. These unique script books allow longtime fans and first-timers alike to enjoy the writing behind one of television's most poignant and funny programs about high school, with introductions and additional material by the series' creators.

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The Scripts of one of the best shows about teenagers ever created. Read full review

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Love this show and really enjoyed reading the scripts. The ones by Paul Feig are particularly touching and true. Reminds of high school...real high school. Read full review


The Pilot
Beers and Weirs
Tricks and Treats

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Paul Feig is the creator of the critically acclaimed TV show, Freaks & Geeks, and the author of the adult memoirs Kick Me and Superstud. He is also known to audiences as Mr. Poole from the TV series Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. When hea (TM)s not exploring new frequencies, he lives with his wife in California.

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