27 episodes

Mark-Paul Gosselaar (aka Zack Morris) has not watched an episode of Saved by the Bell since he walked off the set over 25 years ago. Partnered with Dashiell Driscoll – who is currently writing for the series reboot and who wrote the Funny or Die series “Zack Morris is Trash” - the duo revisits the show and recaps the most epic moments for the audience to relive the incredible series. So grab a burger and shake from The Max, get so excited for some special guests and don’t let the dog eat your homework, because Zack Morris is back.

Zack to the Futur‪e‬ Cadence13

    • TV & Film
    • 3.7 • 3.5K Ratings

Mark-Paul Gosselaar (aka Zack Morris) has not watched an episode of Saved by the Bell since he walked off the set over 25 years ago. Partnered with Dashiell Driscoll – who is currently writing for the series reboot and who wrote the Funny or Die series “Zack Morris is Trash” - the duo revisits the show and recaps the most epic moments for the audience to relive the incredible series. So grab a burger and shake from The Max, get so excited for some special guests and don’t let the dog eat your homework, because Zack Morris is back.

    Episode 25: Jessie's Song

    Episode 25: Jessie's Song

    On today’s show, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren joins Mark-Paul and Dashiell to re-visit the iconic episode when Jessie gets hooked on caffeine pills.
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    • 2 hr 6 min
    Episode 24: Miss Bayside

    Episode 24: Miss Bayside

    On today’s show, Dashiell and Mark-Paul discuss the episode where the Miss Bayside competition takes center stage.
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    • 1 hr 18 min
    Episode 23: Rent-a-Pop

    Episode 23: Rent-a-Pop

    On today’s show, Mark-Paul and Dashiell discuss the episode where Zack has James the Waiter impersonate his father to avoid a conversation about his bad grades with Mr. Belding.
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 22: Blind Dates

    Episode 22: Blind Dates

    On todays’ show, Mark-Paul and Dashiell discuss the episode where Zack finds himself with two dates on the same night.
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    • 1 hr 18 min
    Episode 21: House Party

    Episode 21: House Party

    On today’s episode, Dashiell and Mark-Paul are joined by Tracey Wigfield, the Emmy-award winning writer and the showrunner of the Saved By the Bell reimagining. They discuss the creation and reception of the new show before diving into a classic episode where the Bayside gang breaks a prized Elvis statue and has to raise money for a replacement before Screech’s mom returns.
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    • 1 hr 24 min
    Episode 20: Driver’s Education

    Episode 20: Driver’s Education

    On today’s episode, Mark-Paul and Dashiell are joined by host, racing analyst and Saved By the Bell superfan Rutledge Wood to discuss the iconic episode where the gang takes driver’s ed.
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    • 1 hr 33 min

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
3.5K Ratings

3.5K Ratings

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😍🥰😇🥰😍🥰😍🥰😍😘

I love them 😍 mark Paul is amazing and funny 😆 can I be on the show in love 🥰 with mark Paul gossler all over again mr belding should be on the show but so much swearing 🤬

Guy The Artist ,

Fan made

I love how a fan of the original show makes a YouTube series, gains a following, gets a writing job on a reboot of that tv series, and now he is co-hosting a podcast with the guy who played the central character in the original show.

SwannyB ,

To quote Bill Maher...

“OK but if you spend your time coming through old TV shows to identify stuff that by today’s standards looks bad, you’re not woke you’re just a d***** bag.” —New Rule: The What Were You Thinking Generation, 1:55

This is my main problem with this podcast. Taking a TV show that was campy and never meant to be serious, minus a few episodes, and trying to compare it to today’s overly PC standards is trying too hard to appease people who weren’t even born when the show aired. The behind-the-scenes stuff is really really cool, and I like hearing the stories about the cast or little quirks here and there. But it would not be too difficult to create a better podcast that is more entertaining and geared towards the people who watched and made the show and your careers successful.

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