Saved by the Bell (1989–1993)
Several clips are featured in a montage at the wedding.
The Elvis Presley statue in April's apartment is the same one from Screetch's parents house.
Carlton says he doesn't want to miss this show.
Bud: "Close your eyes first, Dad, because there's a few minutes left of 'Saved by the Bell: The Prison Years'."
Episode, set in 1992, recalls Paul and Jamie's wedding preparations, during which Paul is repeatedly shown to be watching "Saved By The Bell"; theme song is heard and the show is discussed, as Ira joins Paul in watching it
Mentioned in 'Leg Up'
Mr. James metions that one of his wife candidates was "that girl from Saved by the Bell" until he found out she did a "dirty movie", a reference to Elizabeth Berkley and Showgilrs
The girl who tries to get Ashley's part in a commercial tells Ashley to get home fast to be in time for Saved by the Bell.
Gary Beach crosses over his role as Gem Diamond he played four years prior
Maggie says she can't believe that John doesn't know that the "Saved by the Bell kids" went to college.
The Hooded Avenger says that he can see an episode of "Saved by the Bell" inside Madame Judy's crystal ball.
Margo says she'd like to have the "Lopez" guy from Saved by the Bell as her co-star -- Mario Lopez is A.C. Slater
Mentioned on Morning Latte
Mario López climbs over the guardrail and attacks Val Venis, which caused the crowd to start chanting "Slater! Slater!," the last name of Lopez's character on the show.
The bar regular calls the demon's second victim (and subsequently second human form) Screech, jokingly discussing his geekiness
Ross references the show when his cellphone rings.
Mentioned on Inside The Actor's Studio
Lorelai to Rory: "You once told me that you loved 'Saved by the Bell.'"
Referenced on Weekend Update
A character named Screech, which is also in the TV show "Saved by the Bell" (1989), is featured in the episode called "The Ass and the Curious".
mentioned in dialogue
Grace: "That'd work, if I was Screech from Saved by the Bell."
Lorelai says that she wants to sit next to Screech on a flight to Paris, France.
Story tackles the tv series.
Pauly calls Mario Lopez "the Spanish guy from Saved by the Bell"
Dustin Diamond talks about it
Show and Screech mentioned.
Martin Prince twice mentions watcing Saved by the Bell
When Seth says: "I look like Screech" he's referring to a character in this show, who also had very curly hair
Mentioned in 'Leg Up'
The main character in this film states that he's calling himself Zack after his favorite american TV character
In "Dreamail", the pink border surrounding the dream email is a reference to this show, which also uses the same border for its dream sequences
Is referenced in dialogue
Seasons 1 & 2 DVD seen on store shelf
Referenced in Italian Hotel
Sam's speech to Zombie Lloyd is a story taken from an episode of Saved By The Bell in which Jessie gets addicted to caffine pills.
"I saw Dustin Diamond the other day from 'Saved by the Bell'."
Brandon asks if Joshua used to be preppy like Zach Morris.
Screech saves the Coreys in "Corey & Corey Save the World."
"Mr. Belding's house from Saved by the Bell"
mentioned many times since Dustin Diamond is a guest on the show
Marco tells Ellie that "a Saved by the Bell marathon starts in 5"
Mentioned on Weekend Update
title reference (Dustin Diamond's character in this show is named Screech)
Rockefeller is assigned to guard "Screech" from Saved by the Bell, and they discuss this.
Screech and this show are mentioned
Seth remarks that someone they knew looked like Zack Morris
Ted Kennedy has trouble pronouncing "Screech."
Charlie wears a Bayside Tigers shirt
Charlie wears a Bayside Tigers shirt
In "Summer Short Shorts", at one point, Homestar behaves the same way as Max the waiter, who performs magic tricks while serving students their food (in this case, Homestar grows a flower out of a shoe)
when mac challenges dennis to a "dance off", he says "why don't you just go with the best dancer". This is a reference to Slater's remark to Kelly after Zach asks her to choose with whom she will be dancing in the dance competition in season one episode one
Tyler referances SAVED BY THE BELL at the Hot Dog stand.
The Nostalgia Critic mentions that a plot thread is similar to something you'd see on "Saved By the Bell".
Mentioned by Kelly
Tony Mazzolla wears a Bayside Tigers t-shirt. That was the school team on Saved By The Bell.
References character name 'Kelly Kapowski' in segment "Otras Dimensiones: Sitdouners". In that segment a 'Kelikapouski' is described as a magic being.
Brett says in Adventureland people use 'Saved by the bell Dance moves'
It is based on characters obsessed with this episode of "Saved By The Bell".
referenced throughout the show
Slater is mentioned in dialogue
Letterman announces the cast of Saved by the Bell will be on tomorrow night's show
Jake, Ari's assitant, makes a reference to Kelly Kapowski
Seth Myers is called 'Screech' by Charles Barkley on Weekend Update
Peter introduces Tiffani Amber Thiessen to Lois as a star of the 1990s situation comedy
Subject of a $10,000 question
Kenneth says deceit is okay when done for love, like when Screech went to the masquerade ball in disguise so Lisa would kiss him
Madison mentions Beckett used to watch re-runs of the show in high school
Screech Powers is the subject of a $5,000 question
Jay says that compared to the Lakers games, the celebrities at Clippers games look like a "Saved by the Bell" reunion
"I could have been the star of Saved by the Bell..."
Stuart Sanford lists his influences.
Terry wears a Bayside Tigers shirt.
Critic - "This isn't Saved by the Bell!"
A still is shown of Lisa Turtle
mentioned by Lux
Seth MacFarlane says that Christine O'Donnell looked like Tiffani-Amber Thiessen's character Kelly Kapowski from the show
Daisy reminds Sweets when they watched a Saved by the Bell marathon.
The short is about the two Belding brothers from this series.
On Weekend Update, Stefon mentions Screech.
"The Situation" says he watched the show a lot when he was growing up
Jane mentions "Jessie Spano"
Mentioned during Breckin Meyer Interview
Mentioned while introducing Mark-Paul Gosselaar as well as during interview
Title is the subject of one of the US citizenship test that Conan takes
an altered news report says that President Obama's celebrity supporters include "Screech" from the show
Jimmy wears a "Bayside Tigers" t-shirt.
Title mentioned during the Conologue
Mentioned by Iliza.
In the opening monologue, Emma Stone references Zack Morris's ability to freeze time on "Saved by the Bell."
Mentioned by Iliza.
"...and then little white ducks named Becky."
Joe mentions Saved by the Bell when checking out the mouth tattoos
Jay says that Donald Trump will have to decide between firing the daughter of a mob boss or "Screech" from "Saved by the Bell"
Rick says that he was a huge "Saved by the Bell" fan.
Dennis Haskins reprises his role as Mr. Belding, and causes mayhem in Sikowitz's class
Nick mentions that none of the party guests have seen the show.
Characters are named Jessie, Lisa, Kelly, and Zack; Kelly's last name is Kapowski. The opening title sequence also showed one character having the last name Spano, though it's different in the end credits.
Players can call 555-MMMM using the in-game phone, which causes a man named Samuel to answer.
Melissa River says that Kesha's dress is either the front of a Trapper Keeper or the opening credits of "Saved by the Bell."
Adam and Joe discuss various Saved by the Bell story lines while trapped in the bathtub.
Jay says that Joey Lawrence's opening act as a Chippendale will be Screech from the show
"...sweet 'Saved by the Bell' imagery..."
"I've seen more enlightening conversations at The Max!"
Jay asks a Jaywalking participant if other people see him as Screech from the show
Ross mentions Tiffani-Amber Thiessen being on the show.
Claire: "Shaved by the bell!"
Rocky mentions the show.
mentioned in dialogue
Critic comments about how this show was popular when it was new, but is now viewed to be silly in todays standards.
Mentioned in dialogue
There are several references to the show in discussion with guest Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
Chris mentions the character of Screech.
title mentioned by Mike Greenberg
Elizabeth Berkley Lauren mentions the show by name.
Zach Morris mentioned
Casey Affleck says that the first five auditions he got when he moved to Los Angeles were all for the show
During the Naomi vs. Aksana match, John "Bradshaw" Layfield, Jerry "The King" Lawyer and Michael Cole all mention one of the main characters, Mr. Belding and Jerry "The King" Lawler mentions the television show by name
Anthony Anderson mentions this television show by name
Malik mentions Screech Powers.
Anthony Anderson mention this television show by name during the game Celebrity Fusion
The character Screech is mentioned by Jimmy in his opening monologue
Mentioned in dialogue.
Snob remarks to making a reference to this show that doesn't include caffeine pills
Zack Morris mentioned
Jimmy mentions a Lifetime movie is being made about the behind-the-scenes drama on the set of this series
the movie depicts the behind-the-scenes life of the show's cast
Roland uses "Screech," "Zack," and "Mr. Belding" as slang words while talking to Kilroy.
Various clips from this show are featured in the interview segment with Gosselaar.
Reviewed, clips shown
"...or Zack from Saved by the Bell."
The scene transition music is used
Sound clip is used
Linkara recalls NBC's Saturday morning line-up
Critic compares Erica to Jessie.
an altered clip from the show is shown
inserts Sailor Moon into the opening credits
Oan does a mock "on a very special episode of..." promo for this show
"Saved by the Bell" is #16.
The "Jessie's Song" episode is spoofed.
The "Miss Bayside" episode of "Saved by the Bell" is spoofed, with "Star Wars - Episode I" characters in the roles.
starts like the TV show's opening credits (bell is heard in background) except there are sex toys added to the colorful background
The show-within-the-show is a spoof of SBTB, complete with an identical hallway set.
Jigsaw captures the kids of Bayside High, who prove more than willing to torture Screech
Will, Benny and Elroy engage in a three way high five and freeze frame.
Spoofed in the "Late for Class" segment
This is a humorous mash up/ spoof of the characters in Saved By The Bell in the Breaking Bad universe.
Saved by Adele is a spoof of this show.
Rarity yells, I'M SO EXCITED! I'M SO EXCITED!" to which Spike responds, "I'm so scared."