"From the beginning, we thought that everything about the show should be painfully, painstakingly real."
December 6, 2012 8:51 AM Subscribe
My friends and I weren’t popular in high school, we weren’t dating all the time, and we were just trying to get through our lives. It was important to me to show that side. I wanted to leave a chronicle—to make people who had gone through it laugh, but also as a primer for kids going in, to say, “Here’s what you can expect. It’s horrifying but all you should really care about is getting through it. Get your friends, have your support group. And learn to be able to laugh at it.”The Oral History of Freaks and Geeks
Freaks and Geeks Reunion Photos
Unseen images from the set
Previously: Paul Feig's episode-by-episode walkthrough of Freaks and Geeks (Part 1—Part 2—Part 3—Part 4—Part 5)
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