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Saved by the Bell YouTube Game Completes My Existence

Posted on Monday, August 8 @ 07:44:11 Eastern by


During my difficult adolescent years, there was one show that I could always connect with; it's like the entire cast mirrored exactly what I was going through at the time. Like when I kissed a girl, a crowd of people would simultaneously "wooooooooooooo". Or that my cell phone was so large, I had to keep it in my locker. Or even that time when I used that zit cream that turned my face red. Nothing "got me" like Saved by the Bell.

Well, not really, but I still loved it. It was huge back in the day, so why wasn't there ever a Saved by the Bell game? I mean, WTF?  The Fine Brothers have rectified this glaring omission from my childhood and created a Saved by the Bell YouTube game. Please, I don't ask for many things, but you have to at least play through it long enough to get through Kelly's "Jeff" scenario. You finally get a chance to kick that douche's ass (in a turn-based RPG style encounter), just like I wanted to do over a decade ago. You really should try them all, though.



Any Saved by the Bell fans out there? In related news, I met Mr. Belding once. Really.
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