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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by wes tegg, Jun 13, 2012.
Will 1000% watch and love every second of it.
I can't believe that show only ran for 4 seasons. That seems like it spanned my entire childhood
Without looking, I’d have to guess it had like 20 episode seasons, plus you also had Ms Bliss, and the college year variations of he cast.
I just counted five seasons plus Good Morning Miss Bliss. The first four all had 20 episodes but season five only had like 10-12.
I too was pretty surprised when I first found that out. Also felt like the College Years was more than just one season. Show must have gotten terrible ratings or something.
I don't recall ever seeing an episode of The New Class, which ran for 7 seasons and 143 episodes, wow.
The New Class was just a cash grab. Basically an attempt at a reboot with the same type of kids (jock, nerd, brain, hot girl, etc). Belding was the principal and Screech was his assistant. It was largely forgettable.
California Dreams and Hang Time were both better than The New Class.
Jessie was supposed to be hooked on meth in the addiction episode, then the writers were overridden by people at corporate and made them change it to "Caffeine pills"
The new straight-to-series comedy explores what happens when California Gov. Zack Morris (Gosselaar's role) gets into hot water for closing too many low-income high schools and proposes the affected students be sent to the highest-performing schools in the state — including Bayside High. The influx of new students gives the overprivileged Bayside kids a much-needed and hilarious dose of reality.
Zack as governor? Yes please.
I don’t know how I missed that Fallon video. I laughed out loud several times. Zack attack at the end was hilarious.
Damn so eight eps short of syndication?
All the subtle posters were great
No, if you include the Miss Bliss season, it was 100 episodes exactly. Add in the College Years and it's 119. Hence why it the wole series was (if not still) in syndication for numerous years upon its conclusion.
And yes it appears it's still in syndication, based on this article that says the cast basically makes nothing off syndication.
Wow that sucks dick
“That” has a name, and it’s Nandor the Relentless.
I think you mean your mom, actually. And that dick would be mine.
Shawn, my mom told me she couldn’t even find your dick, let alone suck it.
Why are you talking with your mom about her sexual life? Freak.
Wait, did that headline get me to read through that article just to find out on the last line that they each make $20 million a year of syndication?
The $20 million is what each cast member from Friends makes. I had to read it a couple of times myself.
im only interested in the reboot if bob golic is involved
This. Saved by the Bell is owned by NBC, not Warner Bros. Not surprising that a People article is poorly written in places.
That's a dumb, bad quiz. Surely, there's better than that out there.
You obviously are mad that you don’t know your SBTB.
Not sure if srs
how dense are you?
I just hated the quiz, despite getting a perfect score since I watched that much SBTB.
If the teacher popped that test, I’d know I’m in a mess
Gin is the type of dude that binge watched SBTB a few years ago because he wasn’t cool enough to watch it in the 90s
click hole is satire, the quiz is fictional fwiw
“Hamstrung” over being Zack Morris? Gtfoh Preppy.
How about a dark, prestige television show with MPG in the lead
I still ride for Dead Man on Campus.
Franklin and Bash was pretty good too. It would be great if they brought him back as some mystery boyfriend for Slater and Jessie’s 19 year old daughter so we can get a round 2 fight.
He was great in The Passage
He was great in Happy Endings.
and just cause... hhhnnnnnngggg
I am so excited.