Freaks and Geeks
"I know enough now not to fuck with that, to just let it be good and not try to go revisit it, and just let it exist," Rogen said of the one-season NBC series.
"When you take your f*cking laptop and pawn that sh*t, you’re not a writer anymore," Weiss said.
MTV offered to continue the series at a lower budget, but Apatow refused to make "a weaker version of the show."
"I wouldn’t want to work with someone who has multiple allegations of predatory behavior. So, in fact, I won’t," Philipps said of accusations surrounding Franco.
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"He threw me to the ground. Flat on my back. Wind knocked out of me," Philipps writes in her upcoming memoir.
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