“Oh, man, the geeks have inherited the Earth.”
In the Season 2 premiere of MTV’s Faking It, which explores the spectrum of sexuality, a main character reveals that she was born with an intersex condition. Here’s what went into that decision — and why it was so important to get it right. WARNING: This post contains spoilers about the Faking It Season 2 premiere.
Three words: NSYNC HAIR GEL. Welcome back to #ThrowbackThursday.
These quiz results are guaranteed to last more than one season.
The Cougar Town actress reflects on the sweet life she’s created for her family and reveals what her pop culture obsessions have to do with it.
Too many shows have been given the ax. Let’s mourn together.
Freaks and Geeks’ resident bad girl, Kim Kelly, is a total badass.
Reminder: The Wire won zero Emmys. ZERO.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet which gone-but-not-forgotten TV series they would bring back. Find out what Jeff Daniels, Taylor Schilling, Anna Faris, and more are longing for.
After being canceled after one season (which is ridiculous), we wish we could go back in time to 2000 and convince NBC execs to order a second season based on these reasons below.
An awesome look back at our favorite McKinley High students.
The creator of Freaks and Geeks and director of Bridesmaids is teaming up again with Melissa McCarthy, this time on the outrageous cop comedy The Heat. Feig talks about McCarthy, working on Arrested Development, and…a Bridesmaids sequel?
You really shouldn’t have smoked that whole joint by yourself.
This video tribute to the Freaks and Geeks father is proof.
They made high school hell for our heroes, but beneath their harsh exteriors, these bullies were just tortured souls.
For James Franco’s birthday, find out which one of his many characters you are most like.
You are Sam Weir. I am Sam Weir. We all are Sam Weir.
Arrested Development, Freaks and Geeks, Pee-Wee’s Playhouse — she’s got a song for that.
We saw many happy reunions of things we loved from our past this year — these are the ones that made our hearts grow the most!
It appears in the aforementioned Vanity Fair Comedy Issue, which just so happens to be guest-edited by the show’s creator Judd Apatow.
Seth Rogen, Jason Segel and James Franco look like little babies here.
The man was BORN to play Bill Haverchuck.
A reunion of the Apatow Academy.