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Saved By the Bell Star: Jessie's Pill-Freakout Scene Hid a Sweet Secret

By now, Saved By the Bell‘s “I’m so excited! I’m so excited! I’m so… scared!” scene has been rerun — and lampooned — so often, you can probably recite it right along with Zack and poor, caffeine-pill addicted Jessie. 233 more words

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Dead Man On Campus (1998)

I recently mentioned coincidences, two (or more) movies from the same time, with very large similarities, that apparently aren’t intentional- “Commander” and “The Commander”, both from 1988 with a catalogue of similarities; and… 1,185 more words

Reviews

12 Dates of Christmas (2011)

I wouldn’t be so hard on TV Christmas movies if they were more like 12 Dates of Christmas. Though it uses a familiar time loop gimmick, the film effortlessly pulls off a warm and festive story that will get you in the mood for the holidays. 508 more words

Romance

Monthly Media Mashup!

Welcome to my Media Mashup post, where basically I get to word vomit my random thoughts about the television shows I watch all over my unsuspecting readers!   1,085 more words

Features

Tamir Yardenne and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, together again...

Here we are in a scene, Mark-Paul Gosselaarand I on NYPD Blue and again in 2016 on Celebrity Name Game…

'Pitch' Romance Dissected: 'There Might Be Love' Between Ginny & Mike

Mike and Ginny are an epic will they-won’t they couple, but definitely stand apart from others on TV. That’s part of the reason Mark-Paul Gosselaar isn’t so on board with them actually getting together… but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen eventually. 291 more words

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A 'Saved By The Bell' Producer Reveals That Jessie Was Originally Hooked On Something Worse Than Caffeine

Easily the most memorable episode of Saved by the Bell to this day is “Jessie’s Song,” the after school special-like episode in which Jessie Spano gets hooked on over-the-counter caffeine pills amid pressure to do well on her midterms and perform in her singing group, resulting in the infamous scene, above, one for which Elizabeth Berkley should clearly have won an Emmy. 296 more words

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