Freaks and Geeks Chokin' and Tokin' (1999–2000) HD online
|Episode cast overview, first billed only:|
|Linda Cardellini||-||Lindsay Weir|
|John Francis Daley||-||Sam Weir|
|James Franco||-||Daniel Desario|
|Samm Levine||-||Neal Schweiber|
|Seth Rogen||-||Ken Miller|
|Jason Segel||-||Nick Andopolis|
|Martin Starr||-||Bill Haverchuck|
|Becky Ann Baker||-||Jean Weir|
|Joe Flaherty||-||Harold Weir|
|Busy Philipps||-||Kim Kelly (credit only)|
|Leslie Mann||-||Miss Foote|
|Dave Allen||-||Jeff Rosso (as Dave 'Gruber' Allen)|
|Claudia Christian||-||Gloria Haverchuck|
|Chauncey Leopardi||-||Alan White|
After this episode it was decided that the show would be canceled.
The series won the 2000 Emmy for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy.
Leslie Mann stars in this episode as Miss Foote. John Francis Daley (who plays Sam Weir) would direct Mann as Audrey Griswald in the continuation of the National Lampoon series, Vive les vacances (2015)
This episode opened with the Weir family watching Charlie's Angels. Coincidentally, time-slot competitor That '70s Show aired a scene (at nearly the exact same time) with characters watching that program. Suffice it to say, Sam's choice of Bosley as the highlight of Charlie's Angels was not shared by the characters on the other show.
The Charlie's Angels episode shown is "Winning Is For Losers" which aired on October 17, 1978 and guest starred Jamie Lee Curtis. One week later her debut feature film, Halloween, premiered.
After Sam takes a bite of food in the cafeteria scene, Neal asks Bill in a snarky/sarcastic way if he wants go to get Ms. Foote so they can discuss Bill's allergic reaction to the peanut sandwich. Sam laughs off screen with his mouth full, but you don't see it because John Francis Daley started laughing so hard he almost choked on his food. Samm Levine said the line in a way that made John laugh.
When you see Sam in the shot when it's revealed Alan put the peanuts in the sandwich, you can see his face is red and he is a little out of breath from the laugh mentioned in the item above,