Printer friendly

What does F&G stand for?

F&G stands for Freaks and Geeks

This definition appears very frequently

See other definitions of F&G

Samples in periodicals archive:

Any Franco-phile knows he can hold his own in everything from Apatow's much-loved, short-lived TV show Freaks and Geeks to the Spider-Man trilogy (where he plays Harry Osborn, aka Son of the Green Goblin) or any of the sombre parts he has taken on in between, from a homeless junkie in City By The Sea to a hustler in Sonny.
Writer/star Jason Segel, who honed his lovelorn loser routine in Apatow's near-mythic TV show Freaks And Geeks, plays an ambition-deficient composer who winds up holidaying at the same Hawaiian resort as his actress ex, who is enjoying a tryst with her new rock star lover (Russell Brand).
This is basically a vehicle for its writer and leading man Jason Segel, an Apatow repertory player who was in the TV show Freaks and Geeks.