Posts Tagged ‘dessert’

Dessert: Intro

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Most common folk don’t know this, but the original “Saved by the Bell” Pitched to corporate was simply opening credits.

The original cast was fired immediately for off screen Violence and Nudity that frequently took place on set. Here is that original cast opening credit sequence.

Dessert: Casey Geraghty

Friday, January 4th, 2013

KC Skater (Casey Geraghty on school tests) is the “jock” of the group. An army brat, he was an outsider, having transferred to Bayside High School.

KC mentions that he has been to Bolivia, Italy, Iceland, and Berlin among other places. He becomes the school’s star athlete, excelling as a wrestler and the quarterback of the football team.

A common theme occurs when Jessie constantly bickers with KC over his insensitive remarks, particularly about women.

His real name is ” Kenneth Castleton III”, but the meaning of the abbreviation “KC” periodically served as comedic fodder during the show’s run.

Dessert: Nick Taylor

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Nick Taylor is a school nerd. Nick has been tagging along with Mike since they were in elementary school and is extremely loyal to him.

In exchange for doing Mike’s homework and being roped into Mike’s various stunts, Nick receives protection from school bullies and a general boost in his confidence; but Mike’s affection for Nick is evident in spite of this.

Nick is very comfortable with his geekiness and fancies himself a ladies’ man.

The rest of the gang simultaneously picks on and humors Nick for his eccentricities (e.g. hiding in his locker, wearing extremely loud and mismatched clothes, and obsessing over science and chess).

Dessert: Mike Dempsey

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Mike Waffle Dempsey is often referred to as “Preppy” by his friend KC Skater.

He is a charming schemer who often breaks the fourth wall by addressing the audience, sometimes temporarily freezing all of the characters around him in the process by calling, “Time out!” Zack’s schemes, though amusing, often backfire, resulting in unexpected outcomes.

Dessert: John Lyke

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Juan Gusta ( John Lyke ) is the principal of Bayside High School and the show’s resident authority figure.

However, when he attended high school, he was an anti-authority hippie whom, in one episode, Jessie describes as “The Mike Dempsey of the ’60s”.

According to an old copy of the school paper, he once mooned the school board. He once mentioned that had he been allowed to return for a fourth tour of duty, “the war would’ve been won in a week”. He is known for his catchphrase, “Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey! What is going on here?” as well as his high-pitched laugh.

Lyke has frequent run-ins with Mike and his friends as either a foe to be outwitted or a friend to turn to for help. Despite being a responsible authority figure, Mr. Belding is unique as he genuinely seems to care what his students, particularly Mike, think of him.

Dessert: Leftover Bonus

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Want not so tasty leftover dessert? Watch our bonus?

Dessert: Fails and Falls with Juan Gusta

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Dessert: Fails and Falls with Juan Gusta

Sometimes you eat the lion and sometimes the lion eats you. getting injured, kicked out, or just poor rollerskating results in 0 clips and no fun.

Previously: Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner.