There's a "Freaks and Geeks" episode when a love-struck Nick (Jason Segel) confesses his desire to take it slow with Lindsay (Linda Cardellini) by talk-singing "Lady" by Styx - "You're my lay-day! Of the morn-ing!" All she wants to do is make out. The writers couldn't have picked a better song for the hilariously painful moment.

There's a "Freaks and Geeks" episode when a love-struck Nick (Jason Segel) confesses his desire to take it slow with Lindsay (Linda Cardellini) by talk-singing "Lady" by Styx - "You're my lay-day! Of the morn-ing!" All she wants to do is make out. The writers couldn't have picked a better song for the hilariously painful moment.

Everyone know the chorus to at least one of this band's hits, even if it's just because they heard it in a film or TV show ("Old School," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"), or because it was played by their high school marching band ("Come Sail Away," "Mr. Roboto").

Styx is fun, ballady rock 'n' roll, a Queen you don't take as seriously. Kind of like how you'd make out with Jason Segel but pine for James Franco. Sing along, and you're bound to have a great time.