'Freaks And Geeks' Is Back, As A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure YouTube Game

And it's friggin' addictive. Freaks and Geeks is long off-the-air with its cast and creators having moved on to make dick jokes in various projects, but that's not to say that you can't relive the magic by putting yourself in the shoes of the Weir children. In this highly-addictive YouTube choose-your-own-adventure game, you can navigate the Halls of McKinley High and beware the various social pitfalls threatening to ensnare you. And Alan. That guy is such a dick.

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