This week the hang dabble in superstardom and Rob gleefully whips out the Casey Casem impression he's been practicing since Casey's last appearance.
Did we ever have a chance?
Never toke, it's no joke.
Before you know it you'll be dead in a wheelchair getting a lift to the beach from your biker sister and her friend Skud!
We are joined by very special guest Luke "Just Say No" Maxwell of The Movie Express Podcast as the gang are joined by Hollywood star with a taste for the green (and we don't mean veggies). This week we watch the one, the only "NO HOPE WITH DOPE"
Episode: [see above]
This week's Saved by the Bell sees Zack becomes a social crusader, devoted to the cause of feminism, because this week it's convenient for him. Jessie dismisses the notion that women can become wrestlers, because this week her feminist streak isn't convenient for her. The auto shop guy is back, but this time he's a wrestling coach. Casper Van Dien makes a very special appearance. Conall is plussed - Rob is not.
We're back in the Engel brothers resort to wrap up the antics of part one.
Episode: "Palm Springs Weekend (Part 2)"
Part one of an epic two-parter in which Jessie's father gets married, Conall attempts aerobics and Rob remembers a movie he slept through.
Episode: "Palm Springs Weekend (Part 1)"
The gang take their S.A.T.s. Results being that Zack obviously gets to be a wunderkind and Jessie falls back into her Caffeine Pill habits. Slater gets a car or something.
A bottle episode that isn't a bottle episode. The gang at their absolute worst. Conall at his least surprised. Rob, his most frustrated. Did the writers want the characters to learn anything? To develop in any way whatsoever? The dynamic duo debate these questions and more as they descend further and further down the noxious abyss of Peter Engel's design.
We're joined this week by prominent SavedBelliologist Philip Hickey as the gang hold a repulsive fundraiser for some cheerleading uniforms.
Episode: "Date Auction"
The gang are back with a bang for the fiftieth pulse-pounding episode. Will Eric's web of treachery and deceit enslave the gang or will Zack's quick-thinking and scam-mongering see them through their most arduous quest? What DID Rob and Conall make of X-Men Apocalypse? Was Lisa so wrong for going on a date with Eric in exchange for all-important MC Hammer tickets? Is this Lark Voorhies' greatest performance as an actor? All these questions and more, answered in this special anniversary episode. NOTE: The episode isn't that special, we forgot we reached 50 episodes.
The Slavers' podcasting prowess is tested by the mysterious, elusive, possibly fictional criminal mastermind Joseph Smith. The Bayside Gang's trademark repugnance is Christ-like in comparison with ERIC, the dread vampire who preys on the good name of students. The sound quality is hodge podge and Rob and Conall are on edge. Is anyone safe?
Zack's relationship with Leah Remimi comes to an end as the gang's summer of love finally comes to an end with an emotional luau. Fern Cotton, a dead ferret, Conall's evil subconscious and Hollywood superstar Denise Richards also guest star in this week's podcast!
Sorry for the delay folks. This episode has been held in stasis for days now and is about to burst. Possibly through a football field.
Sunglasses are donned again and we return to Malibu Sands where we learn all sorts of life lessons about industrial struggle, event management and the search for lost gold. Stacey goes full Giuliani at some angry chefs.
Epsiode: "Boss Lady"
*Gong!* Enslaved By The Bell now available on itunes (as well as wherever you usually get it)! *Gong!*
This week we dive peroxide blonde head first into the wild nightclub scene of 1991 California. Jeff is a secret scumbag and Slater has a troubling Oedipus complex.
Episode: “Fake IDs”
We come back to Malibu Sands this week as Stacey is visited by her Boston C.H.U.D boyfriend, the gang get into some AT-AT drift racing and we become seriously worried for Screech. We also include a stealth pilot to our next sitcom expanded universe podcast.
We return to Bayside this week and so do Valley High as Screech has to Rocky IV the hell out of a chess showdown for the ages. Gambling, playboy references, theft and kidnapping ensue. Also Belding breaks out some brief but sweet moves.
We're away next weekend, but we'll be back on April 10 with a return to Malibu Sands!
Episode: "Check Your Mate"
Back in Malibu Sands this week as the gang get all jingoistic for a Fourth of July Beauty pageant. Zack becomes a judge in a crooked contest and faces the threat of cement shoes. Slater and Lisa sort of become an item.
Episode: "Fourth Of July"
This week we climb back on the saddle, once again with only one 'slaver having seen the episode. Zack's basketball career is cut short and he maks a fifty seven year old.
Episode: "Operation Zack"
Due to a lapse in communication, we have once again mixed up our episodes. Listen as we muddle through an episode that only one of us has watched. Featuring special guest; Al Pacino.
Episode: “The Game”
We inexplicably return to Bayside to witness the fallout of the Zack and Kelly breakup, and Lisa's sweet sixteenth birthday party. Conall and Rob try to out-trivia each other and recount tales of birthday parties past.
Episode: "The Aftermath"
This week we are inexplicably catapulted into a future beach resort setting. Zack and Kelly’s break up will have to wait until some other time as the gang hang around with yer wan from King of Queens and settle into their summer jobs.
Episode: “Zack’s Birthday Party”
Back with a bang as we dust off the VHS tapes and tear into Season 3. A relationship comes to an end and Neil O' Neill has a threesome.
Episode: "The Last Dance"
Zack takes a shine to the new dream girl school nurse. Conall finally gets to review this weeks episode after needlessly watching it ten times.
Episode: "From Nurse To Worse"
“Nurse” will have to wait for another week as this week we see the gang join the Bayside Glee Club. Zack’s Time-Outs may be localised and Peter Engel knocks a stack of VHS tapes on the ground. Rob confesses his own history as a competitive Gleek who almost made it to Sectionals.
Episode: “Glee Club”
We're back! A little bit later than usual, with an episode featuring an epic Quest for Pants and one of the more bizarre forms of misogyny now inhabiting the internet. We're also slightly out of order, episode-wise.
Episode: "Breaking Up Is Hard To Undo"