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As children in the 90’s, there were a many things we couldn’t fathom: Why can’t we bring back all the meat we shoot while playing Oregon Trail? Why do the makers of Valentine’s cards think that I want to Aladdin to imply that the grossest boy in class wants to go on a magic carpet ride with me? And of course, how many proms did they have on Saved By the Bell? The later is probably the easiest to grasp: the answer is more times than they had Valentine’s Day or formed a hit singing group combined. You should stop trying to remember Zack and the gang’s harrowing tales of VD inspired heartbreak and go relive it, but this time with more booze.

Tonight, the Bell House using its TV Party to celebrate the best of the 90’s Valentine’s Day episodes. Not only will you get to see the kids of Bayside, but Laura Winslow, the Petes, The Fresh Prince and even some Full House. And there’s fun activities, just like your elementary school class Valentine’s Day parties…only not really. You can send a cheesy paper card, compete with your worst break up story, play spin the bottle and enter a matchmaking game. Or you can just sit quietly in a comfy chair with your beer and watch Big Pete try to impress his math teacher with a heart-shaped marching band.

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TV Party: Best of 90’s Valentine’s Day Episodes
The Bell House
149 7th Street between 2nd and 3rd Aves [Gowanus, Brooklyn]
Wednesday, February 9

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