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An irreverent review of the classic TV show, Saved by the Bell, one episode at a time. New podcast episode every Monday! Drop us a line at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page, facebook.com/sbtbreviewed

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An irreverent review of the classic TV show, Saved by the Bell, one episode at a time. New podcast episode every Monday! Drop us a line at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page, facebook.com/sbtbreviewed

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 133: Saved by the Bell Series Recap

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 133: Saved by the Bell Series Recap

    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 special extra-large mailbag segment, the final installment of Carolyn’s fan fiction, and the resolution to one of our show’s biggest mysteries!  So grab a comfy chair, then download & listen here, rate & review us on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. The show can also be found on PodBean and Google Play. And you can email us at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com. And don’t forget to support our IndieGoGo campaign! In exchange for helping us cover our expenses, you can get some cool swag. Just because we’re going off the air doesn’t mean we won’t take your money! Check out the page here! Plus, if you like Saved by the Bell Reviewed, be sure to check out our follow up podcast, A Very Special Episode, in which the Aluminum Four and friends will reviewed “very special” episodes of pop culture. The first episode will be up one week after this one, and can be downloaded and listened to here. Thanks for listening!  http://media.sbtbreviewed.com/SBTBReviewedEp133.mp3

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 132: Wedding in Las Vegas

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 132: Wedding in Las Vegas

    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 wedding without the traditional running from mobsters, a serial killer, male prostitution and Shirtless Desert Jesus!  So settle in for Zack’s moment of triumph and the final nail in the coffin of Kelly’s promising life by downloading & listening here, then rate & review us on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. The show can also be found on PodBean and Google Play. And you can email us at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com.  And don’t forget to support our IndieGoGo campaign! In exchange for helping us cover our expenses, you can get some cool swag. Our show’s almost over, but we’ll still take your money! Check out the page here! http://media.sbtbreviewed.com/SBTBReviewedEp132.mp3

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 131: The Dustin Diamond Extravaganza Part 2

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 131: The Dustin Diamond Extravaganza Part 2

    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 (ie most of them) and crow about his many, varied sexual conquests (all of dubious veracity), all peppered liberally with spelling errors and typos.  So buy your tickets for the Magic Kingdom, then download & listen here, rate & review us on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. The show can also be found on PodBean and Google Play. And you can email us at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com.  And don’t forget to support our IndieGoGo campaign! In exchange for helping us cover our expenses, you can get some cool swag. It’s the reason we read this awful book! Check out the page here! http://media.sbtbreviewed.com/SBTBReviewedEp131.mp3

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 130: The Dustin Diamond Extravaganza Part 1

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 130: The Dustin Diamond Extravaganza Part 1

    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 tell all, and what it does tell, is of dubious veracity).  And because we just can’t stop talking about Dustin Diamond, we’ve split this episode in two, ending this week after we finish up talking about the porno, leaving most of the book discussion for next week’s episode.  So draw yourself a bath and settle in for two full weeks of Dustin Diamond insanity! Then download & listen here, rate & review us on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. The show can also be found on PodBean and Google Play. And you can email us at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com.  And don’t forget to support our IndieGoGo campaign! In exchange for helping us cover our expenses, you can get some cool swag. It’s the reason we watched that icky sex tape! Check out the page here! http://media.sbtbreviewed.com/SBTBReviewedEp130.mp3

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 129: Who Shrunk Saturday Morning?

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 129: Who Shrunk Saturday Morning?

    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 secret origin of the entire series!. Amongst the things they encounter are a new set, Alf, Marsha Warfield (again!), John freaking Candy, and, possibly, a two-head, fire-breathing dog.  So imagine up a giant joystick, then download & listen here, rate & review us on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. The show can also be found on PodBeanand Google Play. And you can email us at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com. And don’t forget to support our IndieGoGo campaign! In exchange for helping us cover our expenses, you can get some cool swag. Check out the page here! http://media.sbtbreviewed.com/SBTBReviewedEp129.mp3

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 128: Showgirls

    SbtB Reviewed Episode 128: Showgirls

    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 here, in a movie pitched at the level of her “I’m so excited/I’m so scared” freakout for two long, tonally-dissonant hours.  It’s a movie that tries to be a prestige drama and a thick slab of camp at the same time, before taking a disturbing & disquieting turn at the end. It’s got boobs and hamburgers and Kyle McLachlan’s butt and Gina Gershon snorting coke off her fingernail and floppy swimming pool sex and angry dancing. So much angry dancing.  So grab some ice and give us your best jazz hands, then download & listen here, rate & review us on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook. The show can also be found on PodBean and Google Play. And you can email us at sbtbreviewed@gmail.com. And don’t forget to support our IndieGoGo campaign! In exchange for helping us cover our expenses, you can get some cool swag. It’s the reason we did this episode! Check out the page here! http://media.sbtbreviewed.com/SBTBReviewedEp128.mp3

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