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    Tuesday
    May242016

    Syndicated - Freaks And Geeks

    Travel back in time with your trust TV watching friends Andy, Luke, Neal and Nathan as we look at the beloved 1999 comedy Freaks and Geeks.  This show has become legendary over the years for a number of reasons, not the least of which is its cast: Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Linda Cardelini, James Franco, and more, all before they truly became stars.

    We dive into the 18 episodes on offer to see if the Apatow origin story still holds up.  Stay after the closing theme music for a special annoucement about the future of the show.

    As always, send feedback to syndicatedpodcast@gmail.com and follow us for sporadic updates at @SyndicatedPod. 

    And don't forget that Syndicated now has a dedicated RSS feed for those of you who like that kind of thing. You can subscribe using the link above or by searching for Syndicated in iTunes or whatever else you use to listen to podcasts with.

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    Previous TV shows covered:

    Friday Night Lights
    Veronica Mars
    Fringe
    House of Cards 
    Derek
    Chuck
    Arrow
    Heroes
    Alias
    Twin Peaks 
    Mad Men
    Orange is the New Black
    Bloodline
    Silicon Valley 
    True Detective

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