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And so it comes to this. The final act. The conclusion. What kind of day has it been? The whole enchilada. Last call. The end. Our final episode. But we’re going out with a bang, with a supersized episode crammed full of great stuff: an overview of the entire series, including each of the Aluminum Four’s all-time favorite episodes & characters, a s…
 
And so we come at last to Saved by the Bell’s final scripted content, the Wedding in Las Vegas TV movie, in which the Aluminum Six minus Jessie (who was busy chasing her dream of becoming a showgirl for most of the film) head to Vegas so Zack & Kelly can get married, over the objections of Zack’s dad and Kelly’s poverty. And it wouldn’t be a weddin…
 
Continuing our epic, two-part look at the continued trainwreck of Dustin Diamond’s post-Saved by the Bell output, this week’s episode takes a deep dive into Behind the Bell, Diamond’s infamous tell-all book which purports to tell-it-like-it-was on the set on the show, but is really just an excuse for Diamond to rag on celebrities he doesn’t like (i…
 
Because you demanded it, the Aluminum Four take a look at the trainwreck that is Dustin Diamond’s post-Screech life, discussing everything from his reality show appearances (did you know they weren’t actually REAL?!?), to his sex tape (with much discussion of the so-called stunt dick) to his 2009 tell-all book Behind the Bell (which doesn’t really …
 
Because it’s just so nuts we had to review it, this week the Aluminum Four discuss the so-called lost episode of Saved by the Bell, “Who Shrunk Saturday Morning?”, in which four of the Golden Six get shrunk (?) into TV Land and encounter a variety of NBC’s best and brightest (??) stars from 1989′s Saturday mornings, revealing in the process the sec…
 
Because the portion of our audience which donated enough to IndieGoGo to push us over an arbitrary threshold demanded it, it’s time for the Aluminum Four to tackle one of the more infamous movies of the 90s, Showgirls. While four of her SbtB co-stars went off to The College Years, Elizabeth Berkley went on to bigger and better things - but ended up…
 
In which we bid adieu to Miss Bliss the only way we can: with a rambling, slightly drunken, discussion of our few favorite and many least favorite characters, episodes, and moments from the awkward series that was Good Morning Miss Bliss. Also featuring another installment in Carolyn’s fan fic, which gets to the bottom of the whole “JFK to Bayside”…
 
It’s time at last to say goodbye to Good Morning Miss Bliss, and while it’s really just “see you later” for some characters (Zack, Screech, Lisa & Mr. Belding), it’s “so long forever” for others (Miss Bliss, Mikey, Nikki, Mylo and, uh, what’s-her-name). So the show concludes as only it can: with dicey gender politics followed by dressing up an old …
 
Good Morning Miss Bliss is winding down as we reach the series penultimate episode, in which Zack pledges a high school (?) fraternity (??) called the Rigmas (???), while Bliss & Belding trot out that old “job swap” plotline. It’s a tale of jackets, makeup, Nothings and note cards, but most importantly, it’s almost the end. So grab a piece of pie, …
 
In this week’s episode, teen heartthrob Debbie Gibson Tiffany Stevie “returns” to Bayside Junior High for a farewell “concert”, which of course leads to sex crimes as Zack sets about tricking Stevie into kissing him so he can win a bet (as one does when a pop star comes to one’s middle school). Join us for talk of Zack’s laundry, rehashed plotlines…
 
It’s time for the annual Bayside Junior High Prank Week (?), and when someone finally gets Miss Bliss, she wants the truth! But Screech can’t handle the truth, so he gets put on trial and ends up with Zack of all people defending him. And because he just loves Miss Bliss so much, Terry Blas is back again to help us adjudicate the matter. So keep an…
 
Unofficial Aluminum Fifth Terry Blas returns this week to complete the Saved by the Bell Trifecta with a Bliss episode that’s all about teamwork and “compromise”. Zack & Nikki are fighting, Tina is destroying the Bliss estate, and Screech is committing sex crimes. So put down your horse phone then download & listen here, rate & review us on iTunes …
 
It’s time for the Bliss Challenge of the 8th Grade Stars, but before we find out what the heck that is (spoiler: it mostly involves Miss Bliss in lots of different costumes & facial hair accessories), we have to watch Zack grapple with feeling strange hu-man emotions after his surprisingly well-executed plan to shut down the school risks costing Bl…
 
“Tonight, that’s right, there’s gonna be a fight tonight!” Mikey comes the closet he ever will to a spotlight episode this week,as he and Zack fight over a girl, threatening to spoil the just-reinstated, litigation-free 8th grade dance. And for once, Zack’s actually NOT the worst person in the situation! So cue up some music and creepily let Mylo t…
 
This week, returning guest Alex Robinson, cartoonist and co-host of Star Wars Minute, stops by to help us unpack the episode where Screech is bullied by an apparent 40 year old man with two kids, a mortgage and a bad back. It should be a cathartic episode for everyone who’s ever wanted Screech to get punched in the face (so, everyone), but in true …
 
In this week’s episode, Miss Bliss returns from a swingers rafting trip just in time for parent/teacher conferences, and to learn that her weekend paramour is none other than Zack Morris’ dad! Or is he? Cuz “Peter” Morris sure doesn’t look like the “Derek” Morris we all (sort of) know and love (?). Needless to say, the Aluminum Four have some thing…
 
It’s Dissection Day at Good Morning, Miss Bliss Junior High, and everyone, from Zack to Screech to the creepy-ass science teacher, is frighteningly-over the moon about it. Everyone except Nikki, who, wearing her best Jessie hat, decides to spoil everyone’s “fun” by taking a stand for animal rights. Also, Mr. Belding tries to bribe Miss Bliss with a…
 
“Money money money money...MONEY!” This week’s oddly prescient episode is all about the greenbacks, as Miss Bliss’ class uses the awesome powers of a computer to play the markets and, giving further credence to Ryan’s long-standing theory that Zack is responsible for the 2008 economic crash, ends up with no money and a lot of potatoes after Zack ta…
 
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways this episode is rife with ideas that will become full fledged episodes and plotlines later in the series: Zack manipulating Screech (and trading loving for homework) for the first time, the genesis of Screech’s unrequited love for Lisa and his creepy inability to take “no” for answer, misplaced anonymous lo…
 
This week we hop into the way back machine to the very beginning of it all, with the first of the Miss Bliss episodes! There’s a new series lead, the sets are slightly different, a few favorite characters are missing and the familiar faces are much, much younger, but one thing remains constant: Zack is still lying to women to get in their pants. Al…
 
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