The teachers strike, Mr Tuttle slags his own girth and much is made of the continued degradation of Screech's self-worth. Zack and Slater's manipulative scheme goes off without a hitch and the reap the selfish benefits. Conall and Rob despair for the world.
Zack engages in a war of the sexes after Zack and Slater are revealed as sexist monsters, much to the shock of the female student body of Bayside. Mr Belding mediates in the only way he knows how - by acting as umpire in an expensive-looking, needlessly elaborate contest. Screech continues to embarrass himself and falls further and further into the labyrinth of his own designed lunacy. Rob controversially debates Leanna Creel's ability to successfully portray a heterosexual teenager. Conall finds his notes at long last.
Valentine's Day this week for the Bell-Saved and Bell-Enslaved alike. The shallow facade of the Hallmark holiday is matched by the shallow face of network television; time for a clip show!
Episode: "Isn't it Romantic"