Stop the presses! Someone is actually smoking on the smoking patio! They're just extras, though, and it goes by almost too quickly to see. Lindsay walks out there and sees Ken sitting all alone, eating some sunflower seeds. When she asks where everyone is, he answers, "No idea." Lindsay always looks kind of intimidated by Ken, and right now she starts babbling nervously: "Well, that's kind of weird, isn't it?" He gives her a look, and she qualifies it: "I mean that no one is around, not that you don't have any idea where anyone is." Ken just spits out a sunflower shell disdainfully, and Lindsay turns to leave. Ken stops her to say, "Thanks for breaking up the band." Lindsay claims she just thought they "should learn one song." She's right into it as she gears up for her big speech: "God, how could I be so awful to suggest that you actually play an entire song correctly all the way through? God knows, Zeppelin only plays half of 'Stairway to Heaven,' and The Who never practises 'Teenage Wasteland' [sic]." Ken informs Lindsay (and me) that "Teenage Wasteland" is actually called "Baba O'Riley." I feel like a dork because that's the only Who song I can stomach, and now I realize I've always had the name wrong. I'm not sure what Lindsay's feeling, but she sits down at the picnic table, looking kind of pissed at Ken.
Freaks & Geeks
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Freaks & Geeks