History YMMV / SavedByTheBell

22nd Jun '17 1:04:04 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* CluelessAesop: In "Jessie's Song", Jessie becomes addicted to simple over-the-counter caffeine pills. This is fairly realistic, as caffeine ''is'' indeed addictive. However, while the withdrawal is minor and usually limited to headaches and irritability, the show treats her reaction as if she were taking cocaine, and she is shown developing a dire, uncontrollable, terrifying craving for what is essentially just ''Starbucks in pill form''. It's clear that the writers wanted to include a drug episode, but didn't want any of the characters using ''actual'' illegal substances, and the overall message kind of falls flat given the substance in question.
23rd May '17 1:26:52 PM PF
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Several, due to the tendency for a new character to show up, becoming important for an episode, and then never show up or be mentioned again:
** One episode focused on Screech finally getting a girlfriend, the shy, nerdy Violet Anne Bickerstaff, played by Tori Spelling. Despite being very adorable and having a lot of chemistry with Screech, she is never seen or heard from again and he goes back to being a loser who can't get a date.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Several, due to the tendency for a new character to show up, becoming important for an episode, and then never show up or be mentioned again:
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again. One episode focused on Screech finally getting a girlfriend, the shy, nerdy Violet Anne Bickerstaff, played by Tori Spelling. Despite being very adorable and having a lot of chemistry with Screech, she is never seen or heard from again after a few episodes and he goes back to being a loser who can't get a date.



** [[FanPreferredCouple Zack and Lisa]] hooking up and making quite a nice couple and having Screech move on to Jessie, two potentially interesting bits of plot which was completely ignored afterwards. In the episode with Lisa's secret admirer, she meets a person she ''thinks'' is Zack at a costume party and ''announces she loves him''. When it turns out to be Screech, the entire plot is dropped forever.
** Since that last part with the costume party takes place during the bizarre Tori Era, an era that seemed to become CanonDiscontinuity as soon as it was over, we can assume that that event was sucked out of continuity and vanished into a time warp like most of the other events that happened during the Tori arc. The only thing from this era was deemed canon was the fact that, yes, Mr. Belding did have a son (who made an appearance during ''The New Class'') and he even [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming named the boy after Zack.]]

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** [[FanPreferredCouple Zack and Lisa]] hooking up and making quite a nice couple and having Screech move on to Jessie, two potentially interesting bits of plot which was completely ignored afterwards. afterwards.
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In the episode with Lisa's secret admirer, she meets a person she ''thinks'' is Zack at a costume party and ''announces she loves him''. When it turns out to be Screech, the entire plot is dropped forever. \n** Since that last part with the costume party takes place during the bizarre Tori Era, an era that seemed to become CanonDiscontinuity as soon as it was over, we can assume that that event was sucked out of continuity and vanished into a time warp like most of the other events that happened during the Tori arc. The only thing from this era was deemed canon was the fact that, yes, Mr. Belding did have a son (who made an appearance during ''The New Class'') and he even [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming named the boy after Zack.]]
31st Mar '17 2:10:27 PM PF
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** Could be based on more than looks. Jessie is an arrogant elitist always convinced of her own self-righteousness. Lisa is petty, shallow, and obsessed with money. Kelly, on the other hand, is sweet, nice, and genuinely caring about others.
22nd Feb '17 10:58:08 PM lorgskyegon
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** Could be based on more than looks. Jessie is an arrogant elitist always convinced of her own self-righteousness. Lisa is petty, shallow, and obsessed with money. Kelly, on the other hand, is sweet, nice, and genuinely caring about others.
16th Feb '17 1:55:51 PM PF
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** A popular alternate take on Zack Morris is basically that he's a sociopath who treats the rest of the characters as pawns for his schemes and will go to any lengths to manipulate them into doing his bidding. The other theory is that Zack is a [[PhysicalGod living god]] who constructed the entire world of Bayside solely to stroke his own ego and twist mortals to his whims. After all, within the show Zack can stop time at will, and in several instances he actually messes with people while they're time-stopped. Adding on to this theory, Creator/DCComics and Franchise/{{Superman}} fans could suggest that Zack might be Mr. Mxyzptlk.
** There's also the one about Jessie Spano being biologically male at birth. Whether A.C. Slater is aware of this is kept vague, but the general consensus seems to be that [[AmbiguouslyGay he'd not mind one bit]].

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** A popular alternate take on Zack Morris is basically that he's a sociopath who treats the rest of the characters as pawns for his schemes and will go to any lengths to manipulate them into doing his bidding. The other theory is that Zack is a [[PhysicalGod living god]] who constructed the entire world of Bayside solely to stroke his own ego and twist mortals to his whims. After all, within the show Zack can stop time at will, and in several instances he actually messes with people while they're time-stopped. Adding on to this theory, Creator/DCComics and Franchise/{{Superman}} fans could suggest that Zack might be Mr. Mxyzptlk.
** There's also the one about Jessie Spano being biologically male at birth. Whether A.C. Slater is aware of this is kept vague, but the general consensus seems to be that [[AmbiguouslyGay he'd not mind one bit]].



** Zack and Kelly's relationship and Kelly's true nature. Many people have noticed that Zack seems more in love with Kelly than she was with him, given that [[YourCheatingHeart she cheated on him with Jeff while they were together in high school and went after Professor Lasky]] in their college days while he was trying to legitimately rebuild a romantic relationship between them. Furthermore, even if at the time it was a throwaway line, in the "King of the Hill" episode, he mentions to Slater that he wasn't going to let him come between them since, as he puts it, [[ReallyGetsAround "He waited through her last six boyfriends".]] It's not only her in the wrong, though. It's also noticeable that Zack seems a bit obsessed with Kelly and that it's (initially) seen that her beauty is the main/only thing that attracts him. See HarsherInHindsight and StrangledByTheRedString below for more details.

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** Zack and Kelly's relationship and Kelly's true nature. Many people fans have noticed that Zack seems more in love with Kelly than she was with him, given that [[YourCheatingHeart she cheated on him with Jeff while they were together in high school and went after Professor Lasky]] in their college days while he was trying to legitimately rebuild a romantic relationship between them. Furthermore, even if at the time it was a throwaway line, in the "King of the Hill" episode, he mentions to Slater that he wasn't going to let him come between them since, as he puts it, [[ReallyGetsAround "He waited through her last six boyfriends".]] It's not only her in the wrong, though. It's also noticeable that Zack seems a bit obsessed with Kelly and that it's (initially) seen that her beauty is the main/only thing that attracts him. See HarsherInHindsight and StrangledByTheRedString below for more details.



* AngstDissonance: The two-parter episode, "The Break-Up"/"The Aftermath", comes to mind. As noted above in AlternateCharacterInterpretation, Kelly cheated on and left Zack for her boss, Jeff, and [[YourCheatingHeart looks pretty bad]] [[CaptainObvious for doing it.]] However, it's ''Zack'' who is ultimately portrayed as being in the wrong for (justifiably) being angry and bitter over losing his girlfriend to another guy and all of his friends turn on him and tell ''him'' to be mature. [[SarcasmMode Cheating on your boyfriend is very mature, people, and so is encouraging your cheating friend to pursue the relationship further in spite of her betraying your other friend!]] Also, in a later episode, when the gang ''witnesses'' Jeff cheating on Kelly, they decide that Zack should be the one to tell her about it. When he does, she accuses him of being a jealous and vengeful liar.

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* AngstDissonance: The two-parter episode, "The Break-Up"/"The Aftermath", comes to mind. As noted above in AlternateCharacterInterpretation, Kelly cheated on and left Zack for her boss, Jeff, and [[YourCheatingHeart looks pretty bad]] [[CaptainObvious for doing it.]] However, it's ''Zack'' who is ultimately portrayed as being in the wrong for (justifiably) being angry and bitter over losing his girlfriend to another guy and all of his friends turn on him and tell ''him'' to be mature. [[SarcasmMode Cheating on your boyfriend is very mature, people, and so is encouraging your cheating friend to pursue the relationship further in spite of her betraying your other friend!]] friend]]. Also, in a later episode, when the gang ''witnesses'' Jeff cheating on Kelly, they decide that Zack should be the one to tell her about it. When he does, she accuses him of being a jealous and vengeful liar.



* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic[=/=]EarWorm: The theme song. Just try to listen to it once without it getting stuck in your head.
* ArtMajorBiology: In one episode, Jessie becomes addicted to simple over-the-counter caffeine pills. This is fairly realistic, as caffeine ''is'' indeed addictive. However, the show treats her reaction as if she were taking cocaine, and she is shown developing a dire, uncontrollable, terrifying craving for what is essentially just Starbucks in pill form. It's clear that the writers wanted to include a drug episode, but didn't want any of the characters using ''actual'' illegal substances.
* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: In "Operation: Zack", Zack is trying to leave the hospital so he won't have knee surgery, so he dressed as a doctor to avoid being caught. At one point, a middle-aged nurse comes out of one of the rooms, thinking he's a real doctor she may or may not be seeing, flirts with him, then pulls him into the room and kisses him. We have no idea where she came from, why this sequence occurred and it is never brought up again during the remainder of the episode.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic[=/=]EarWorm: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The theme song. Just try to listen to it once without it getting stuck in your head.
* ArtMajorBiology: In one episode, Jessie becomes addicted to simple over-the-counter caffeine pills. This is fairly realistic, as caffeine ''is'' indeed addictive. However, the show treats her reaction as if she were taking cocaine, and she is shown developing a dire, uncontrollable, terrifying craving for what is essentially just Starbucks in pill form. It's clear that the writers wanted to include a drug episode, but didn't want any of the characters using ''actual'' illegal substances.
* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: In "Operation: Zack", Zack is trying to leave the hospital so he won't have knee surgery, so he dressed as a doctor to avoid being caught. At one point, a middle-aged nurse comes out of one of the rooms, thinking he's a real doctor she may or may not be seeing, flirts with him, then pulls him into the room and kisses him. We have no idea It's unknown where she came from, from and why this sequence occurred and occurred, as it is never brought up again during the remainder of the episode.



* CreatorsPet: Tori Scott. Being a ReplacementScrappy, the show had to do a lot of shilling to make her seem cool to viewers. It didn't really work.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: Zack in ''Good Morning, Miss Bliss'', Kelly and Screech in the ''Saved by the Bell'' proper, Susan [=McMann=] in ''The College Years''.

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* CreatorsPet: Tori Scott.Tori. Being a ReplacementScrappy, the show had to do a lot of shilling to make her seem cool to viewers. It didn't really work.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: EnsembleDarkhorse:
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Zack in ''Good Morning, Miss Bliss'', Bliss''.
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Kelly and Screech in the ''Saved by the Bell'' proper, proper.
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Susan [=McMann=] in ''The College Years''.



** As something as a RunningGag of the series, Zack and Screech (but particularly Screech) are very into their attractions/crushes on Kelly and Lisa, respectively (Zack's cardboard cut-out of Kelly, Screech repeatedly regarding Lisa as "his woman", etc.). While it may have seemed cute or a way to express affection for the one you love in the late '80s-early '90s, nowadays their behavior is considered forms of ''[[EntitledToHaveYou obsessive love]]'' ''[[StalkerWithACrush and stalking.]]''

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** As something as a RunningGag of the series, Zack and Screech (but particularly Screech) are very into their attractions/crushes on Kelly and Lisa, respectively (Zack's respectively.[[note]]Zack's cardboard cut-out of Kelly, Screech repeatedly regarding Lisa as "his woman", etc.). [[/note]] While it may have seemed cute or a way to express affection for the one you love in the late '80s-early '90s, nowadays their behavior is considered forms of ''[[EntitledToHaveYou obsessive love]]'' ''[[StalkerWithACrush and stalking.]]''stalking]]''.



** Remember when Jessie talked about how auctioning off dates is "flesh peddling and should be strictly forbidden." Her actress goes on to star in ''Film/{{Showgirls}}''.
** Earlier in the show's run, Jessie enters a school beauty contest to make a point, during the swimsuit portion, clad in a trenchcoat so that she could [[SoapboxSadie make a self-righteous speech about how swimsuit competitions are evil and barbaric.]]

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** Remember when Jessie talked about how auctioning off dates is "flesh peddling and should be strictly forbidden." Her actress goes on to star in ''Film/{{Showgirls}}''.
** Earlier in the show's run, Jessie enters a school beauty contest to make a point, during the swimsuit portion, clad in a trenchcoat so that she could
forbidden" and [[SoapboxSadie make made a self-righteous speech about how swimsuit competitions are evil and barbaric.]]barbaric]] during a beauty contest? Her actress, Elizabeth Berkley, would later star in ''Film/{{Showgirls}}''.



** Screech and Belding in ''The New Class''.



* HollywoodHomely: All of the "nerd" girls, most notably [[Series/BeverlyHills90210 Tori Spelling]] and Louise (a.k.a. the Queen of the Nerds). For the latter, her actress was basically just given huge goggle-like glasses and had her hair mussed to make her look nerdier.

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** Screech and Belding in ''The New Class''.
* HollywoodHomely: All of the "nerd" nerd girls, most notably [[Series/BeverlyHills90210 Tori Spelling]] Violet and Louise (a.k.a. the Queen of the Nerds).Louise. For the latter, her actress was basically just given huge goggle-like glasses and had her hair mussed to make her look nerdier.



* MartyStu [=/=] JerkStu: Let's face it, Zack gets unbelievably high SAT scores with a fictional Ivy League college pining for him, despite him having a billion drop-out worthy things on his record and never studying a ''day in his life'', gets a new girl every other episode, (which he promptly pushes outside of the universe into a vast pit of darkness that is discontinuity), is one of the most popular guys in school, stops time, plays with his acquaintances like puppets on strings and suffers ''no'' actual repercussions for it. This has gotten to the point where some people (including ''Website/{{Cracked}}'') [[EpilepticTrees theor]][[AlternateCharacterInterpretation ized]] that Zack is ether a very ManipulativeBastard, [[PhysicalGod God]] or both.

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* MartyStu [=/=] JerkStu: MartyStu: Let's face it, Zack gets unbelievably high SAT scores with a fictional Ivy League college pining for him, despite him having a billion drop-out worthy things on his record and never studying a ''day in his life'', gets a new girl every other episode, (which he promptly pushes outside of the universe into a vast pit of darkness that is discontinuity), is one of the most popular guys in school, stops time, plays with his acquaintances like puppets on strings and suffers ''no'' actual repercussions for it. This has gotten to the point where some people (including ''Website/{{Cracked}}'') [[EpilepticTrees theor]][[AlternateCharacterInterpretation ized]] that Zack is ether a very ManipulativeBastard, [[PhysicalGod God]] or both.



* NightmareFuel: Even with the episode's humor and great [[TheGameNeverStopped trope namer]], "Mystery Weekend" gets a mention. There is the matter of the pianist and the detective who tries to solve [[spoiler: the pianist's suspicious death. Both die within moments of their respective introductions by being poisoned and getting shot in the back with ''multiple'' arrows. Even worse, [[FridgeHorror neither are seen again for the rest of the episode.]]]] Also, there's a moment where Lisa saves Mr. Jameson from [[ItMakesSenseInContext a falling ax]] which could have easily hit her as well.

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* NightmareFuel: Even with the episode's humor and great [[TheGameNeverStopped trope namer]], "Mystery Weekend" gets a mention. There is the matter of the pianist and the detective who tries to solve [[spoiler: the pianist's suspicious death. Both die within moments of their respective introductions by being poisoned and getting shot in the back with ''multiple'' arrows. Even worse, [[FridgeHorror neither are seen again for the rest of the episode.]]]] Also, there's a moment where Lisa saves Mr. Jameson from [[ItMakesSenseInContext a falling ax]] which could have easily hit her as well.NightmareFuel:



* OneTrueThreesome:
** In-universe example. In the episode where Screech falls in love with Tori, who is dating Zack, Tori ends up having to pretend to be interested in Screech to win a bet with Zack, but asks Screech to allow her to continue seeing Zack at the same time. Screech responds "Ahhh, an open relationship! I can dig it! I'm hip!"
** Zack initially is a ShipperOnDeck for Slater, Jessie, and Jennifer (Slater's old girlfriend who moves to Bayside) to become this, until Slater states that he intends to pick one, and Zack decides he wants to date Jennifer himself.

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* OneTrueThreesome:
** In-universe example. In Even with the episode episode's humor and great [[TheGameNeverStopped trope namer]], "Mystery Weekend" gets a mention. There is the matter of the pianist and the detective who tries to solve [[spoiler: the pianist's suspicious death. Both die within moments of their respective introductions by being poisoned and getting shot in the back with ''multiple'' arrows. Even worse, [[FridgeHorror neither are seen again for the rest of the episode.]]]] Also, there's a moment where Screech falls in love with Tori, who is dating Zack, Tori ends up having to pretend to be interested in Screech to win Lisa saves Mr. Jameson from [[ItMakesSenseInContext a bet with Zack, but asks Screech to allow falling ax]] which could have easily hit her to continue seeing Zack at the same time. Screech responds "Ahhh, an open relationship! I can dig it! I'm hip!"
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as well.
* OneTrueThreesome:
Zack initially is a ShipperOnDeck for Slater, Jessie, and Jennifer (Slater's old girlfriend who moves to Bayside) to become this, until Slater states that he intends to pick one, and Zack decides he wants to date Jennifer himself.



** A few sharp-eared ones might even recognize that Stacey's father is [[Disney/TheLionKing Pumbaa]].

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** A few sharp-eared ones might even recognize that Stacey's father is [[Disney/TheLionKing Pumbaa]].



* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: As described below, Screech. His DoggedNiceGuy traits, while considered endearing in the '80s and '90s, does not hold up well over time. This is especially notable in "The Bayside Triangle", where Screech's EntitledToHaveYou antics reaches its peaks and he challenges Zack to a fight over Lisa.
** Kelly in the whole Jeff-arc. Basically she dumps Zack for a guy about 3 years her senior. And when everyone is rightfully mad at her, we're supposed to sympathize with her. Especially after Zack does the [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act of, dancing to the song he and Kelly danced to with another girl at The Max (which may have been a little rude but nowhere near as horrible as it was treated). Then comes Fake [=ID=]s when Zack tells Kelly he saw Jeff with another girl, Kelly yells at him for supposedly lying despite Zack having over his jealousy by that point. When Kelly catches Jeff in the act, we're supposed to see him as a cheating dog, despite him doing exactly when she did to Zack. In fact, Jeff even brings up the valid point he and Kelly were never going steady, so it can be argued what Kelly did to Zack was even worse than what Jeff did to her. Plus, her comment of "I broke up with a great guy for you!" also showcases how stupid she was in the first place.

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* UnintentionallyUnsympathetic: UnintentionallyUnsympathetic:
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As described below, Screech. His DoggedNiceGuy traits, while considered endearing in the '80s and '90s, does not hold up well over time. This is especially notable in "The Bayside Triangle", where Screech's EntitledToHaveYou antics reaches its peaks and he challenges Zack to a fight over Lisa.
** Kelly in the whole Jeff-arc. Jeff arc. Basically she dumps Zack for a guy about 3 three years her senior. And when everyone is rightfully mad at her, we're supposed to sympathize with her. Especially after Zack does the [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act of, dancing to the song he and Kelly danced to with another girl at The Max (which may have been a little rude but nowhere near as horrible as it was treated). Then comes Fake [=ID=]s when Zack tells Kelly he saw Jeff with another girl, Kelly yells at him for supposedly lying despite Zack having over his jealousy by that point. When Kelly catches Jeff in the act, we're supposed to see him as a cheating dog, despite him doing exactly when she did to Zack. In fact, Jeff even brings up the valid point he and Kelly were never going steady, so it can be argued what Kelly did to Zack was even worse than what Jeff did to her. Plus, her comment of "I broke up with a great guy for you!" also showcases how stupid she was in the first place.



** There's "The Lisa Card" where Screech buys Lisa's lingerie and tells her to her face that he'll sleep with it. The same episode also features Zack selling tickets to various guys for a chance to kiss Lisa - without her consent. Zack's stuff towards Kelly is just slightly less bad, since they do end up in a relationship and Zack is always called out if he ever oversteps his boundaries.



** There's also "The Lisa Card" where Screech buys Lisa's lingerie and tells her to her face that he'll sleep with it. The same episode also features Zack selling tickets to various guys for a chance to kiss Lisa - without her consent. Zack's stuff towards Kelly is just slightly less bad, since they do end up in a relationship and Zack is always called out if he ever oversteps his boundaries.
5th Feb '17 4:11:31 AM Erin582
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** In "The Election" when Screech is telling Zack that's he losing the race for president and explaining the demographics of who's still with him and who isn't, he cries out, "And you're losing your jock support!"



** Zack and Kelly's relationship and Kelly's true nature. Many people have noticed that Zack seems more in love with Kelly than she was with him, given that [[YourCheatingHeart she cheated on him with Jeff while they were together in high school and went after Professor Lasky]] in their college days while he was trying to legitimately rebuild a romantic relationship between them. Furthermore, even if at the time it was a throwaway line, in the "King of the Hill" episode, he mentions to Slater that he wasn't going to let him come between them since, as he puts it, [[ReallyGetsAround "He waited through her last five boyfriends".]]

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** Zack and Kelly's relationship and Kelly's true nature. Many people have noticed that Zack seems more in love with Kelly than she was with him, given that [[YourCheatingHeart she cheated on him with Jeff while they were together in high school and went after Professor Lasky]] in their college days while he was trying to legitimately rebuild a romantic relationship between them. Furthermore, even if at the time it was a throwaway line, in the "King of the Hill" episode, he mentions to Slater that he wasn't going to let him come between them since, as he puts it, [[ReallyGetsAround "He waited through her last five six boyfriends".]]]] It's not only her in the wrong, though. It's also noticeable that Zack seems a bit obsessed with Kelly and that it's (initially) seen that her beauty is the main/only thing that attracts him. See HarsherInHindsight and StrangledByTheRedString below for more details.



** In "The Will", when Screech is trying to open his locker with the combination, he makes this comment:
-->"In 1492... Columbus sailed the Ocean Blue!"



** Kelly in the whole Jeff-arc. Basically she dumps Zack for a guy about 3 years her senior. And when everyone is rightfully mad at her, we're supposed to sympathize with her. Especially after Zack does the [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act of, dancing to the song he and Kelly danced to with another girl at The Max (which may have been a little rude but nowhere near as horrible as it was treated). Then comes Fake IDs when Zack tells Kelly he saw Jeff with another girl, Kelly yells at him for supposedly lying despite Zack having over his jealousy by that point. When Kelly catches Jeff in the act, we're supposed to see him as a cheating dog, despite him doing exactly when she did to Zack. In fact, Jeff even brings up the valid point he and Kelly were never going steady, so it can be argued what Kelly did to Zack was even worse than what Jeff did to her.

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** Kelly in the whole Jeff-arc. Basically she dumps Zack for a guy about 3 years her senior. And when everyone is rightfully mad at her, we're supposed to sympathize with her. Especially after Zack does the [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act of, dancing to the song he and Kelly danced to with another girl at The Max (which may have been a little rude but nowhere near as horrible as it was treated). Then comes Fake IDs [=ID=]s when Zack tells Kelly he saw Jeff with another girl, Kelly yells at him for supposedly lying despite Zack having over his jealousy by that point. When Kelly catches Jeff in the act, we're supposed to see him as a cheating dog, despite him doing exactly when she did to Zack. In fact, Jeff even brings up the valid point he and Kelly were never going steady, so it can be argued what Kelly did to Zack was even worse than what Jeff did to her. Plus, her comment of "I broke up with a great guy for you!" also showcases how stupid she was in the first place.
26th Jan '17 2:14:25 PM jmparker78
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** "The Lisa Card" features an imagine spot where Lisa worries about what her father will say when she tells him she's run up a $400 credit card bill. If you're a kid watching this, it's pretty scary. Lightning crashes and her father changes from jovial to [[EvilSoundsDeep demon-voiced]] and declares her "the worst daughter of all", accompanied by Screech, dressed as the Grim Reaper, shrieking "Lisa! Lisa! Lisa!" in such as way as to haunt nightmares.
21st Jan '17 7:57:23 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation:

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3rd Jan '17 3:36:58 PM CumbersomeTercel
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** Casper Van Dien, Scott Wolf and Denise Richards were all featured extras on several episodes.

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** Casper Van Dien, Scott Wolf and Denise Richards Creator/DeniseRichards were all featured extras on several episodes.



** Kelly in the whole Jeff-arc. Basically she dumps Zack for a guy about 3 years her senior. And when everyone is rightfully mad at her, we're supposed to sympathize with her. Especially after Zack does the [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act of, dancing to song he and Kelly danced to with another girl at The Max (which may have been a little rude but nowhere near as horrible as it was treated). Then comes Fake IDs when Zack tells Kelly he saw Jeff with another girl, Kelly yells at him for supposedly lying despite Zack having over his jealousy by that point. When Kelly catches Jeff in the act, we're supposed to see him as a cheating dog, despite him doing exactly when she did to Zack. In fact, Jeff even brings up the valid point he and Kelly were never going steady, so it can be argued what Kelly did to Zack was even worse than what Jeff did to her.

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** Kelly in the whole Jeff-arc. Basically she dumps Zack for a guy about 3 years her senior. And when everyone is rightfully mad at her, we're supposed to sympathize with her. Especially after Zack does the [[SarcasmMode heinous]] act of, dancing to the song he and Kelly danced to with another girl at The Max (which may have been a little rude but nowhere near as horrible as it was treated). Then comes Fake IDs when Zack tells Kelly he saw Jeff with another girl, Kelly yells at him for supposedly lying despite Zack having over his jealousy by that point. When Kelly catches Jeff in the act, we're supposed to see him as a cheating dog, despite him doing exactly when she did to Zack. In fact, Jeff even brings up the valid point he and Kelly were never going steady, so it can be argued what Kelly did to Zack was even worse than what Jeff did to her.
27th Oct '16 5:58:16 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic once advanced the theory that [[Film/{{Showgirls}} Nomi Malone]] is [[ActorAllusion actually Jessie after she grew up]] and never fully got over her caffeine-fueled breakdown.
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