On their fourth self-titled LP, destined to be known forever as the "White Album," Weezer throw back to the classic sound of their first two LPs, the Blue Album and Pinkerton. But when we chatted with frontman Rivers Cuomo recently, he looked back even further, all the way to high school. He remembered being given an assignment as a senior to lay out his life plan and shared the rather dramatic story arc that he presented to his psychology teacher at the time. As you'll see above, it's a good thing that the 45 year old has since changed his mind.
Weezer's Rivers Cuomo Reveals High-School Life Plan in Animated Video