If you read this blog, you probably know by now that there’s nothing I love more than a little snark and Saved by the Bell.
I am especially excited for this episode, “Rockumentary,” because it’s a mockumentary and because it has Casey Kasem (may he rest in peace) narrating. It might not be a “very special” life lesson, but it’s a special episode nonetheless. How often does Casey Kasem narrate Saved by the Bell, you guys? And I wouldn’t be surprised if we learned a thing or two about friendship along the way.
The documentary opens with Casey Kasem chatting with Zack Morris about the “Friends Forever Tour” that Zack Attack is kicking off with a big arena concert.
Zack Attack is:
Lead Singer—Kelly Kapowski
Lead Guitar—Zack Morris
(Noticeably absent is Jesse Spano. Apparently, Elizabeth Berkeley broke her knee and couldn’t perform. Ouch.)
It’s interesting that Kelly is the lead singer because everyone sings about the same amount except for Screech. They don’t let Screech sing. But some crazed fans do run up on stage and rip his clothes off. Ew.
Alright, alright, I know this is not an actual very special episode. I just wanted everyone to see Not Michael Jackson and Not Madonna give the Saved by the Bell cast a (not) Grammy.
Below are a few important fashion moments that every millennial needs to bear witness too. These are our early ‘90’s roots and we have to accept them.
Kelly’s diaper spandex belted bike shorts:
These vinyl sleeves:
Very Special Lesson: Don’t let your ego get too big or you’ll end up looking like Zack in that ugly green jacket.
***Note: All outfits worn by Lisa Turtle were omitted from the post because she was and will always be fabulous***