29 min

All in the Mall – ep11 – Saved by the Bell to the Max- S3E16 Saved by the Bell to the Max

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Remember when you had to wait in an actual, real-life line in order to buy concert tickets? Remember concerts? Remember standing near people? Well, take a trip down memory lane with this bottle episode of "Saved by the Bell," one of the few episodes set outside of Bayside High. The gang is trying to score tickets to U2, but once again, they give way too much responsibility to Screech. Why trust Screech with money? Or standing in a line? He's the absolute worst, and SBTB-to-the-Max co-host Angela thinks this episode might be Screech at his worst.



The gang finds a stack of money, and instead of immediately leaving the mall with the cash, they decide to run a ticket scheme, camp in a sporting goods store, hide out in bridal shop display window and get chased around by some generic bad guys. Can you predict the episode's big twist? Should you care?



Jonah serves up his uncanny expertise, Tyler obsesses over the logic of the "twist," and Angela loses her patience with this (expletive-deleted) show. Why is Jesse absent from the episode? Does she just not like U2? Apparently, this group crumbles without Jesse's steady hand. For one, Zack gets SUPER violent.



More importantly? Where the hell is Mr. Belding? Wouldn't it have been great to see him shopping at the shoe store? Dennis Haskins, how do you feel about the show excluding you from one of the most obnoxious episodes?!



 

Remember when you had to wait in an actual, real-life line in order to buy concert tickets? Remember concerts? Remember standing near people? Well, take a trip down memory lane with this bottle episode of "Saved by the Bell," one of the few episodes set outside of Bayside High. The gang is trying to score tickets to U2, but once again, they give way too much responsibility to Screech. Why trust Screech with money? Or standing in a line? He's the absolute worst, and SBTB-to-the-Max co-host Angela thinks this episode might be Screech at his worst.



The gang finds a stack of money, and instead of immediately leaving the mall with the cash, they decide to run a ticket scheme, camp in a sporting goods store, hide out in bridal shop display window and get chased around by some generic bad guys. Can you predict the episode's big twist? Should you care?



Jonah serves up his uncanny expertise, Tyler obsesses over the logic of the "twist," and Angela loses her patience with this (expletive-deleted) show. Why is Jesse absent from the episode? Does she just not like U2? Apparently, this group crumbles without Jesse's steady hand. For one, Zack gets SUPER violent.



More importantly? Where the hell is Mr. Belding? Wouldn't it have been great to see him shopping at the shoe store? Dennis Haskins, how do you feel about the show excluding you from one of the most obnoxious episodes?!



 

29 min

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