It was under the guidance of Paul Feig and Judd Apatow—as the lanky, bespectacled and beloved teenager Bill Haverchuck on , Starr is at his darkest and most biting as Roman De Beers; an aspiring screenwriter and novelist, De Beers has been reduced to parading trays of food around at diverse parties filled with “ordinary fucking people” who don’t best set I’ve ever been on.
Consider the signs below and you may find yourself in some of the examples. Correcting people when they're wrong People with a high need for control often feel the need to correct others when they're wrong.
The term "control freak" is obviously not a clinical one, but it has meaning nonetheless because the term so clearly defines a problem: Men and women who have a high need for control can often be too extreme, giving rise to the notion that these individuals are abnormal or "freakish." What kind of disorder might this type of person have?
Control seekers are often obsessive-compulsive, angry (either overt or passive-aggressive), phobic, or even mood-disordered.
Perhaps that’s because the Geek experience is so similar to many of my own experiences that it would be too easy to turn these reviews into a first person ramble were I to focus on them.
Or maybe it’s because as an adult, the really interesting dramatic dynamics to me are happening over on the Freak side of the ledger, where the Geeks seem to be around to offer up more comic relief than anything else.