Sorry for the delay folks. This episode has been held in stasis for days now and is about to burst. Possibly through a football field.
Sunglasses are donned again and we return to Malibu Sands where we learn all sorts of life lessons about industrial struggle, event management and the search for lost gold. Stacey goes full Giuliani at some angry chefs.
Epsiode: "Boss Lady"
*Gong!* Enslaved By The Bell now available on itunes (as well as wherever you usually get it)! *Gong!*
This week we dive peroxide blonde head first into the wild nightclub scene of 1991 California. Jeff is a secret scumbag and Slater has a troubling Oedipus complex.
Episode: “Fake IDs”
We come back to Malibu Sands this week as Stacey is visited by her Boston C.H.U.D boyfriend, the gang get into some AT-AT drift racing and we become seriously worried for Screech. We also include a stealth pilot to our next sitcom expanded universe podcast.
We return to Bayside this week and so do Valley High as Screech has to Rocky IV the hell out of a chess showdown for the ages. Gambling, playboy references, theft and kidnapping ensue. Also Belding breaks out some brief but sweet moves.
We're away next weekend, but we'll be back on April 10 with a return to Malibu Sands!
Episode: "Check Your Mate"
Back in Malibu Sands this week as the gang get all jingoistic for a Fourth of July Beauty pageant. Zack becomes a judge in a crooked contest and faces the threat of cement shoes. Slater and Lisa sort of become an item.
Episode: "Fourth Of July"
This week we climb back on the saddle, once again with only one 'slaver having seen the episode. Zack's basketball career is cut short and he maks a fifty seven year old.
Episode: "Operation Zack"
Due to a lapse in communication, we have once again mixed up our episodes. Listen as we muddle through an episode that only one of us has watched. Featuring special guest; Al Pacino.
Episode: “The Game”
We inexplicably return to Bayside to witness the fallout of the Zack and Kelly breakup, and Lisa's sweet sixteenth birthday party. Conall and Rob try to out-trivia each other and recount tales of birthday parties past.
Episode: "The Aftermath"
This week we are inexplicably catapulted into a future beach resort setting. Zack and Kelly’s break up will have to wait until some other time as the gang hang around with yer wan from King of Queens and settle into their summer jobs.
Episode: “Zack’s Birthday Party”
Back with a bang as we dust off the VHS tapes and tear into Season 3. A relationship comes to an end and Neil O' Neill has a threesome.
Episode: "The Last Dance"
“Nurse” will have to wait for another week as this week we see the gang join the Bayside Glee Club. Zack’s Time-Outs may be localised and Peter Engel knocks a stack of VHS tapes on the ground. Rob confesses his own history as a competitive Gleek who almost made it to Sectionals.
Episode: “Glee Club”
We're back! A little bit later than usual, with an episode featuring an epic Quest for Pants and one of the more bizarre forms of misogyny now inhabiting the internet. We're also slightly out of order, episode-wise.
Episode: "Breaking Up Is Hard To Undo"
There is another Belding and he seems to be everything a young soul could ever want in a mentor. In this podcast we scale the highs of rocket boots and J.K. Simmonses, to the lows of disappointment and jorts. This one's for you brother Dónal. #FluIsTrue
Episode: "The Fabulous Belding Boys"
Kelly joins the human resistance and leaves her baby brother in the care of Zack and the gang; who proceed to shenanigan the hell out of childcare. Mr Belding has memory loss, as do the lads in today's episode.
Zack dresses as a horrible racial stereotype of a Native American, which is bad. Zack then learns to earnestly explore his native roots, which is good? Listen to some white lads from Ireland try to grapple with these questions of identity and fail miserably. We also talk a bit about Scientology.
Episode: “Running Zack”
The gang’s movie project leads to a run in with Clumsy Mulder, and a government conspiracy to find and kill extraterrestrial beings. We delve deep into the troubling light that has been shone on the true nature of Screech and Kevin the Robot and whether or not Neil O’ Neill makes an appearance today.
Episode: “Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind”
The gang monetise Lisa's ability to give people advice and set up a phone line and Kelly's little sister has a crush on Zack.
Then, unbeknownst to audiences in 1990, the Teen Line was kept alive by our old friends Mullet Mike, Kevin the Robot and Neil O' Neill.
We were a bit put off by the show's negative attitude towards nerds at the top of this week's episode, but soon forgot that as we were faced by an even bigger, more grotesque fish to fry. This is the episode where the girls are put into a non-consensual swimsuit calendar.
Episode: "Model Students"
Twenty years after Jessie chased the caffeine dragon, we are joined by very special guests Tom Maher and Sorcha Ní Lochlainn. Mr Dewey's drug empire, the logistics of singing while doing aerobics, and Rob and Conall take relief in someone else understanding their own perilous addiction to sweet Mother Bayside.
Episode (do we even need to say it?): “Jessie’s Song”
Once again, the episode takes place from beyond the confines of the lonely studio as Rob is forced to give his input over the phone. Against all the expectations of the lads, this doesn't otherwise affect the professionalism and quality of the discussion as Rob and Conall discuss the ethics of Lisa and of Zack as they respectively play the ones closest to them for personal gain. It must be Sunday so.
Episodes: "The Lisa Card" and "Fatal Distraction"