Saved By the Bell has truly left the confines of our humble planet as we encounter Kevin The Robot, Gorbachev, satellites and Dustin Diamond's plastic hair-hat. Karl Marx and Ayn Rand clash in an epic middle school startup battle for the ages.
Episodes: "Beauty and the Screech," "The Friendship Business"
This week Conall is joined by the ethereal disembodied voice of a recently deceased Rob, who speaks to us from a booze and hammock filled afterlife. Meanwhile a sentient robot named Kevin takes up residence in Bayside.
We'll be back next week with a return to the aul episode format.
The lads are noticeably suffering the residual effects of excessive consumption of citric acid today, but their spirits remain high. Kelly has a personality independent of Zack and Slater, and learns that homecoming queens can be maroon. Slater learns that tough guys can also make beautiful cakes. We jumped the gun a little bit and thought we we’d made a whole extra episode of this podcast.
Episodes: “Cream for a Day” and Pinned to the Mat”
Actually some pretty good viewing this week .We meet Slater’s Army Dad and Belding’s a pretty nice guy. The show does an excellent job of selling the myth that young adolescent fellas should learn Shakespeare because it really impresses the ladies. Conall feels some kinship with Jessie Spano and recounts a bit of his youth.
Episodes: “Aloha Slater”, “The Substitute”