As many of you know, the unauthorized “Saved By The Bell” behind-the-scenes movie premiered on tvt. You know it’s a totally accurate and legit movie because it premiered on Lifetime; the most well-respected of all networks. After all, it’s television for women. You can’t go wrong with a network like that, right?
I cut my ties with cable a few months ago so I haven’t yet seen what promises to be an epic disappointment, but I can only imagine how delightfully horrible this movie really is.
The term “movie” is used loosely here, as I’m familiar with Lifetime’s other “works” including such titles as “I’m Sick Of Being Beaten Up” and “Raped At 16.”
Okay, I don’t know if those are actually the names of movies they aired but I suspect they are.
Since this movie is airing some of “Saved By The Bell’s” potentially true secrets, I think other shows from the 90s should follow suit. I’m sure Lifetime agrees with me there.
So in the spirit of pushing production along, I’ve come up with some shows from the 90s that need to be made into exposes. Here’s a few along with the title of the movie.
“Who’s The Boss?”
What was really behind that epic battle…and who won.
“The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”
He was neither fresh nor a prince.
What the hell was up with that hat?
Lovable puppet or cat serial killer?
How 3 dudes lived in a house with 3 kids and never got reported to Child Services
Earplugs: The key to survival on set
“The Drew Carey Show”
Apparently Cleveland rocks
Denim’s most embarrassing decade
“Lambchop’s Play Along”
Anyone up for a gyro?
They didn’t wear pants when they were offscreen either
Okay, did I get them all? Which ones did I forget? Let me know.
And if any of you have cable, please DVR the “Saved By The Bell” movie. I’ll need to watch and I can’t do it at my house.
I’ll bring the beer.