You can call me Albert Clifford

Jessie with Slater in a choke holdBased on the highly scientific results of a Completely Implausible Science Project called the “Love Machine,” Jessie flies into a jealous rage that gives Glenn Close’s character in Fatal Attraction a run for her money. Yet somehow she still ends up with Slater. I guess those two aren’t ready to get rid of their beards just yet. Read the rest of this entry »


Rod Belding: Rogue substitute and romancer of flight attendants

Two BeldingsBelding’s brother Rod visits from the SBTB Bermuda Triangle and instructs the students in the fine arts of slacking off and making out. Then he ditches them for a stewardess. Like they didn’t see that one coming! Read the rest of this entry »


Kelly of Arc, junior-prom martyr

Finally! Everyone (sort of) ends up with the person they’re supposed to be with. Kelly and Zack, Jessie and Slater, Lisa and Screech, Random Nerd Alan and some cake… Oh, and Kelly’s dad gets laid off, ostensibly due to “world peace.” Guess the SBTB writers forgot about that pesky little Gulf War. Not to mention the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. And…oh, never mind. Accuracy is not the reason why we love this show. Read the rest of this entry »


It’s raining men (in drag)

Zack as BambiJessie’s not the only cross-dresser on this show. Zack dresses up as the lovely “Bambi” to fool Screech into thinking girls actually do like him, all in the name of a science project that doesn’t make any sense anyway. Slater seizes the opportunity to, um…seize Zack. Read the rest of this entry »