Saved By the Bell: 40 Hours of Your Life You’ll Never Get Back

 Hey, did anyone really care about the guy that ran The Max?

 

If you are 35 and under, Saved By the Bell has played some part in your life. For better or worse. I mean, think about it. Did you ever think the show was good? No, it’s ridiculous. Cringe-inducing even. Think of Screech. Ladies, doesn’t that make your ovaries shrink?

Well, I’ve got good news and bad news: all episodes are on Netflix Streaming. You’re welcome. Commence cancelling all your plans for the next week or so.

Even as a child, watching the show for the first time, I remember thinking: “wait, I am supposed to buy that this is a real high school? Where the principal lets the kids do whatever they want? Where a guy with Jheri curls and jam pants is popular?” For a more eloquent analysis of the absurdity of this show, I strongly recommend the seminal analysis of the show, written by Chuck Klosterman, “Being Zach Morris.”

I haven’t sat down to watch all of it in order yet (good thing I have a lot of sick days), but I am trying to remember some of my favorite moments, and I can’t wait to revisit them:

Wait, I don’t remember THIS episode…

Photo credits: http://lolslater.tumblr.com, laweekly.com, netflix.com

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Robin Hardwick - Cost-Conscious Connoisseur

Robin was raised in the shopping malls of suburban Long Island, New York. As a teenager, her life goals were to become a writer and marry Bret Michaels. After attending college at the University of Delaware (yes, in the state of Delaware) and earning a graduate degree educationl at NYU, she's achieved only one of those goals. Along with writing, Robin enjoys performing improv comedy, internet memes, cross-stitch, and showing off her alarmingly extensive knowledge of obscure pop culture trivia. Currently, Robin resides in Oakland, CA and is writing a book about the 1980s teen book series, Sweet Valley High.