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Saved by the Bell - The Complete Series [DVD]
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Set in the fictional town of Palisades, California, this series follows six teenagers through their fun-filled days at Bayside School and their antic filled nights at their favourite hang-out, The Max. Heartthrobs Zack and A.C.Slater are forever vying for the attention of Kelly, the prettiest and most popular girl in school. Screech is the class clown and electronics genius and fashion conscious Lisa is mostly occupied with expanding her wardrobe. Jessie is the neutralising force, often trying to convince the gang to do the right thing, all while school principal Mr. Belding is continuously trying to connect with the younger generation.
Enjoy all 86 classic episodes from all 4 seasons of this much loved series.
Please note that this collection only contains Seaons One, Two, Three and Four. It doesn't contain either The College Years or the TV movies.
Episode Listing--Seasons One to Four
Dancing to the Max
Casey Kasem hosts a dance contest at The Max.
The Lisa Card
Lisa spends too much on her father's credit card and fears that her father won't favor her anymore.
After Screech gets struck by lightning, he gets the ability to read people's thoughts before they happen
Zach and Screech bug the girls sleepover party and the girls get revenge.
Zack tries to help Screech get a date.
Slater must decide if has to move to Hawaii or stay at Bayside.
After Ms. Simpson throws her back out, a male substitute teacher enters where all the girls including Kelly, Lisa and Jessie fall in love with him making the guys jealous.
Cream for a Day
Zack and Screech make money off of people by inventing a product to make zits go away...with a side effect.
Pinned to the Mat
Slater feels embarrass by his future career choice as a wrestler leaving him to give up wrestling and enter a cooking class.
Beauty and the Screech
Kelly is in need of help in science where Screech tutors her before the two of them to develop a crush on one another.
The Friendship Business
As part of a business class assignment, the gang makes and markets friendship bracelets, but when tensions escalate, Jessie, Kelly, and Slater break off to form their own rival business - Buddy Bands.
The Mamas and the Papas
As a class project, the gang pairs up in mock marriages.
When Zack finds out that the elected student council president gets to leave school for a trip to Washington D.C., he runs against Jessie.
The Zack Tapes
Zach uses subliminal messages on a music tape in order to get Kelly to ask him out to a dance.
King of the Hill
It's the first day of school for Zack Morris, A.C. Slater, Samuel "Screech" Powers, Lisa Turtle, Kelly Kapowski and Jessie Spano.
Save That Tiger
When a rival school pulls pranks at Bayside, the gang tries to get even.
With the first prom near, Kelly Kapowski's father has lost his job in which she doesn't have the courage to tell Zack the truth on her missing out.
Zack thinks he can coax everybody from the gang to Mr. Belding, until a drill instructor comes to Bayside High and gives Zack a lesson.
Save the Max
Zach and Screech discover the room where Bayside High's radio station, KKTY, was housed. The gang begs to out the station back on air, which had been shut down due to the antics of Richard "The Big Bopper" Belding when he was a student. With Lisa as the local gossip, Screech telling creepy stories, Zach as the main DJ, Jessie reporting the latest news, Kelly hosting "desire hour", and A.C. giving sports, the station is such a success, aside from sports, the gang uses the airwaves to save the Max from closing. A.C. comes in near the end of the telethon to save the day.
In order to get their driver's license, the gang all goes through a driver's education course. Zach and Kelly advance in their relationship with Zach buying Kelly a ring. Slater buys a car and is at the head of the driver's ed class. When Zach gets jealous of Kelly's attention to A.C. over the driving issue, he tries to set Slater up to fail, but gets the boot himself instead.
Zack stays over at Screech's place for the weekend where the two of them along with Slater throw a party which is interrupted by the girls before breaking off a valuable item from Mrs. Powers.
Zack agrees to go on a date with Mr. Belding's niece Penny, but when Kelly invites him to her birthday party, he sends Screech instead.
Zack's grades are declining where Mr. Belding wants to meet with his father.
Bayside's winner of the Miss Bayside beauty pageant will go on to compete in the state-wide pageant of Miss High School Californis. The pageant stirs up controversy about sexism, in which both A.C. Slater and Screech enter as contestants to win a bet over who could win. Who will be the next Miss Bayside?
Jessie turns to caffeine pills to keep up with her studies and her new singing group, Hot Sundae.
After a heated debate about the school calendars, a photographer decides to use Jessie, Lisa and Kelly in a photo shoot where Kelly is chosen as the winner of a contest that'll make her famous in France.
Zack comes up with yet another crafty and underhanded plan to make some money for himself: a 900-phone line called "The Teen Line," or "The Lisa Line" where Lisa gives advice callers about their personal problems. But when Zack won't pay Lisa for her work, she quits and things at Bayside get pretty sticky due to a series of circumstances that involves Kelly and her little sister, Nikki, who has a crush on Zack, who unknowingly gives bad advice to both girls over the line.
Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind
After Zack breaks the school's video camera, him and the gang pretend to use Screech as an alien to buy another camera before realizing the government wants the alien (Screech).
If Zack wants to run the track meet, he better prepare his ancestry report where he gets help from an Indian.
Kelly brings her baby brother Billy to school on Yearbook Picture Day and it's up to the gang to keep an eye on him.
The Fabulous Belding Boys
When the school's History teacher screw's up by trying to suspend all the faculty and staff, Mr. Belding hires his younger brother, Rod, to substitute where the students prefer him over Mr. Richard Belding.
From Nurse to Worse
Zack and Kelly finally start going steady until Zack falls for the new school nurse.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Undo
A.C. Slater and Jessie are finally a couple, but messes it up by disagreeing about how they will celebrate their coupledom, football versus ballet. Zach makes all the wrong moves by getting jealous of Kelly going out with an ex-boyfriend. After a fight breaks out at school, Mr. Belding tries to set the example of how couples should communicate, and after failing miserably, sides with the boys. Neither the guys or the girls want to be the first to apologize, but are miserable without their counterparts. Can Slater and Zach make up for their shortcomings to their girls ...
The Glee Club
Zack finds out that Screech's girlfriend is his ticket out of school and vacation into Hawaii if she's up for it.
The Last Dance
Kelly becomes a waitress at the Maxx and is afraid to ask her boss for time off to go to the school dance.
Thanks to Lisa and her parents who are members of a country club in Malibu, Zack, Kelly, Screech, Slater and Jessie work at Malibu Springs for the summer.
After Zack and Kelly break up, Zack tries to find ways in going back into dating to see that Kelly is happy with her boss.
Zack wants the car his boss is selling. But to ensure he gets it at a good price, he and the gang play volleyball against a rival beach club that has been winning for a long time.
Zack sprains his knee and is anxious about the surgery. Lisa is a candy striper at the hospital where her mother is a doctor.
Fourth of July
The beach club is holding its annual Fourth of July beauty pageant and Zack is one of the judges. He has to decide where his loyalty lies after he promises his vote to several of the competitors.
Check Your Mate
Zack and Slater try to make a profit out of Screech during his chess competition.
My Boyfriend's Back
Just as Zack and Stacey are getting close, Stacey's college boyfriend from back east comes for a visit, and Zack is heartbroken. Meanwhile, Jessie wants to prove to Slater that she's as good as a man in the annual ATV race the beach club throws.
Deciding to explore his horizons for the first time since his breakup with Kelly, Zack starts dating a college girl whom he meets outside an over-18 dance club, The Attic. Since Zack's new girl hangs out at The Attic, Zack asks Screech to make fake ID's for Screech, Slater and him so that they may meet . While there, they discover Kelly's boyfriend, Jeff with a girl other than Kelly. Kelly needs to be told about her cheating boyfriend, but no one will tell her except Zack. Naturally, Kelly refuses to believe Zack when he tells her that Jeff is cheating on her. Next, ...
When Mr. Carosi leaves town for the day, Stacey is put in charge of the Malibu Beach Club, and she and the gang must hold two conflicting parties simultaneously: a 50th anniversary for an elderly guest couple and a Sweet Sixteen for another girl. To make matters worse, the entire kitchen staff goes on strike and the gang must cook for both parties. Meanwhile, Screech and Lisa go off in search for allegedly buried treasure on the beach, and with other greedy guests, they literally dig up the beach.
The school strikes oil where everybody including Mr. Belding have thoughts about building a better Bayside.
The Last Weekend
It's the last weekend of summer at the resort where Zack and Stacey see each other one last time before departing back with their regular lives.
Wicked Stepbrother: Part 1
Jessie's new stepbrother moves in from New York where he has tricks of his own, including bribing her friends.
Wicked Stepbrother: Part 2
After Lisa and Eric crashes Mr. Belding's car, Zack and the boys must find a way to repair the car before Belding returns; meanwhile Jessie still disapproves of Eric hanging out with Lisa.
In order for the cheerleaders to raise money for new uniforms, a date auction is held off where all havoc breaks loose.
All in the Mall
While waiting with the gang to get U2 concert tickets at the mall, Zack finds $5,000 in cash in a bag and plans to use the money to buy and then scalp tickets for the concert. He and the gang end up getting chased around by two punks apparently after the money.
Jessie's self-esteem takes a dive when she gets 1205 points on the SAT's while Zack gets 1502. Jessie feels her chances of getting into Stansbury College are hurt. Zack hires James, an actor and waiter at The Max, to impersonate a Harvard College representative to convince the Stansbury rep that Jessie is quite the catch. At the same time, Zack begins to woo student Heather Brooks when she asks his help for a study night.
Palm Springs Weekend: Part 1
Zack and the gang are invited to a hotel resort for the week where Jessie's father is marrying someone a lot younger...Jessie has plans of her own.
Palm Springs Weekend: Part 2
While Screech is messing up with the ladies, Zack and Kelly decide to get back together; Slater tries very hard to impress his girlfriend leaving Jessie angry at her father because of the young woman he's marrying.
Hold Me Tight
Zack leads the rest of the girls in a fight the school board over new girl Kristy's right to be on the wrestling team, then Zack falls for her. But Lisa finds out and broadcasts the gossip over Bayside's radio. But a jealous Jessie thinks that Kristy has fallen for Slater.
No Hope with Dope
Casey Kasem narrates the story about the rise, fall, and rise again of the gang's band "Zack Attack,"; detailing Zack, Slater, Screech, Lisa, and Kelly's rise to fame from being an average garage band, to selling their first album. But time and Zack letting success go to his head drives them apart, then detailing their separate lives... eventually getting back for a grand concert.
The gang is out of school on Cut Day. But Zack's nine unexcused absences will get him suspended if he goes too. Never less, Zack makes a bet with Slater to be able to cut all classes during the day. Meanwhile, Slater and Kelly have fun together, while Jessie, the only other senior at the school, enjoys being with student council member Grant, who stages a one-man protest over the use of Styrofoam cups.
Home for Christmas: Part 1
Zack, Slater, Screech, Kelly, Lisa and Jessie are working at the mall for the holidays where they befriend a homeless man and his daughter.
Home for Christmas: Part 2
The gang helps the Benton's back on their feet for the holidays.
After winning a contest, Lisa and the gang visit a mansion where one twist comes after another.
At the opening day of the senior year for the gang of Bayside High, Zack and Slater compete with each other over a pretty new transfer student from Idaho, named Joanna, and the guys feud comes to physical blows between them over who will take Joanna to the Senior's Dance at the Max. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes smitten with a new student named Darren, not realizes that he's a freshman, while Mr. Belding decides to change his own image by wearing a wig.
Student Teacher Week
Zack becomes principal for a day, while Kelly takes over as history teacher. When a football game interferes with a history test, Zack tricks Kelly into postponing the test and risks their friendship.
Screech's Spaghetti Sauce
Screech's invention of a new spaghetti sauce wins him the admiration of a snobbish Beverly Hills rich girl, named Robin, while Zack and the rest of the gang makes a show for a cable access for a communications class in which Mr. Belding is teaching the class.
The New Girl
Tori Scott, a tough, wise-talking, black leather-clad transfer student arrives at Bayside and she and Zack don't hit it off when Tori threatens to undermine Zack's seniority. But Zack and Tori are reluctantly paired for a class ad project, as well as helping Lisa plan the school's annual Fall Ball. Meanwhile, Lisa alienates the dance committee, until Tori comes to her rescue with taking over the planning the proves herself to the gang that she can be cool.
The Bayside Triangle
Zack helps Lisa put together a fashion show to get her into FIT. An unexpected kiss leads them to decide they want to be more than just friends, but when Screech finds out, he sabotages the fashion show and challenges Zack to a fight.
Tori and Lisa form a Bayside "Teen-Line" as a community service project in which Zack reluctantly joins and he becomes close to Melissa, a disabled girl in a wheelchair whom he becomes overprotective which begins to alienate her to the most extreme. Meanwhile, Screech takes under his wing a wild young boy for another troubled student.
Zack and Slater bet on who can kiss Tori first..
Day of Detention
When Zack gets yet another after-school detention for using a cell phone on school grounds, he tries to sneak out, for just a while away from Mr. Belding, so he can appear on a radio call-in show at the Max and win a trip to Hawaii. But instead the whole gang ends up in detention with him after many failed attempts to get him out.
Wrestling with the Future
Slater and his military officer father fight over where A.C. will attend college, and Zack intervenes to fix it by attempting to impersonate Slater during a visit by a visiting congressman. Meanwhile, Jessie worries about college acceptances that she may be rejected by each one, whereas Screech learns he's been accepted to every college he's applied to for his good grades.
Drinking and Driving
DUI leads to a car crash...and an ill-fated cover-up.
For their science project, Screech and Kelly construct a machine which is supposed to reveal the compatibility between two people. It causes problems, however, when it seems to confirm Jessie's suspicion that Slater still has feelings for his old girlfriend, Jennifer, who has just moved to town. To add even more complication, Zack develops a crush on Jennifer, but she's still preoccupied with Slater.
Zack seems to get a great deal on senior rings for the class. But his dealer turns out to be a con artist and a fake, so Zack asks Screech to dress up as "Ninja Screech" to pull off a scam of their own. Meanwhile, Tori bets with Lisa that she can go to a movie with Screech and not be mean to him. But Tori gets more that she bargained for when Screech falls for her.
Isn't It Romantic?
A Valentine's Day flashback episode.
The school fights over how to spend the money that an alumni leaves the school when the Zack, Slater, Screech, Ox and the rest of the guys want the money for the boy's sports while Lisa, Tori, Ginger, and the rest of the girls want it for the girl's sports. So, Mr. Belding decides to settle the conflict by having a sports competition between the boy's blue team and the girl's red team. But Zack resorts to unethical tactics when he sabotages the girl's bake-off contest, and when the girls find out, they plan their revenge leading to an all-out war of the battle of the ...
Zack and the gang incite a teacher's strike to prolong their ski vacation, but have to work hard to get the teacher's back in time for the Academic Bowl.
Slater gets upset when his younger sister J.B. starts dating Zack before a 1950s Sock Hop at the Max. So, Slater tries to break them up setting up a double date between Zack and J.B., and him and Tori at the movies to prevent anything from happening. Meanwhile, Mr. Belding tries to make the boys get in touch with their male sensitivity by having them attend a "sensitivity class".
The Senior Prom
Hijinks run all-round before the last dance of the school as the gang tries to raise money to hold their Senior Prom. But with the gym decorated for a play, Zack proposes a Western-themed square dance. Meanwhile, Zack tries to get Kelly to go with him as a date while Screech tries to find any date, until Lisa feels a little compassion and decides to attend with him. At the dance, Kelly is pursued by student Matt Wilson, while Slater and Jessie end up locked in the boiler room.
Zack creates a "Girls of Bayside" video dating tape to make enough money to buy a car for himself, but with massively unexpected results when Screech accidentally creates the video using the video yearbook, in which everyone wants Zack's hide.
The gang forgets Screech's birthday! To make it up to him, they intend to throw him a surprise birthday party in Mr. Belding's office! With all the sneaking around in the hallways, Screech, as the new, bitter hall monitor, sends all his friends to detention. Will they be able to pull it off before Mr. Belding returns from looking for a lost student at the mall?
Snow White and the Seven Dorks
The gang puts on the play Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with a hip-hop twist.
Zack and the gang throw a baby shower for an expectant Mrs. Belding in an attempt to avoid taking a mid-term. But things take a turn when a massive earthquake strikes Bayside in which Screech and Mr. Belding get stuck in his collapsed office, but Zack and Tori get stuck in an elevator with Mrs. Belding who goes into labour.
Best Summer of My Life
Zack recalls the best moments about the summer vacation from working at Malibu Springs.
Slater leaves his pet chameleon with the gang when he goes away for a week, and then blames them when he returns and Archie is dead.
The Time Capsule
Mr. Belding shows the class of 2003 the video time capsule of Zack and the gang.
One credit short of graduating, Zack has to come up with a way so he can walk the stage.
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