Saved By The Bell is officially getting a reboot and fans are not sure how to feel about it. It...
He believed by pulling out the switchblade, he would be able to diffuse the fight.
With a degree in theater, of course.
The enormous cell phones, the Slater body suit, and the dorky dancing all make this video the perfect throwback celebration.
This is definitely not one of the more pressing questions on my mind lately, yet I found watching this video of Mark Paul Gossalaar answering trivia questions as a 2013 Zack Morris to be oddly satisfying.
The ladies over at TresSugar have drawn up some pretty convincing evidence that Saved By The Bell was the inspiration for the Bella/Edward/Jacob love triangle.
Does anyone remember those two episodes where Zack dated Lisa? Or when Zack kissed Jessie for the school production of Snow White? Well, I do!
So, I really hate to admit how in love I am with Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's relationship, but I guess the cat is out of the bag.
As it turns out, very few TV shows make much sense. From crazy plot concoctions to questionable directing choices, we’re meant to let our imagines soar past any inherent flaws. Of course, as a young child, I did not think twice about the premise of these shows. They provided 30 minutes of giggling and excitement and who was I to question that? But now, I’m older, wiser, and an English major who is still equally addicted to TV... so I feel like it’s time to start pointing out some of the problems.
Apparently Jimmy Fallon is determined to have the set of Saved by the Bell reunited on his show. And he just got one step closer because Elizabeth Berkley, who played Jesse, along with Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, and Dennis Haskins, has agreed to participate if such a reunion were to take place.
So let's be real, we all cried a little bit when we found out Brad and Jen were splitting, and some of us are still
sticking pins in our Angelina Jolie voodoo dolls not over it. In fact, thanks to our obsession with celebrities, faux-lebrities and TV/movies, we often find ourselves more invested in Hollywood/fictional couples than we do in our own relationships.
You didn't leave all your work until Sunday night did you? What!?! You did. That's okay. No stress. You'll get it all done. We're so sure that you'll get it all done that we're giving you a few more excuses to procrastinate.