Saved by the Bell: Season 4, Episode 10

Drinking and Driving (10 Oct. 1992)

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DUI leads to a car crash...and an ill-fated cover-up.

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Albert Clifford 'A.C.' Slater (as Mario López)
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John Sanderford ...
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Sylvester
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Storyline

The gang celebrates Lisa's win as Homecoming Queen with a toga party at football player Ox's house. But while driving home from the party in Lisa's mother's car, they all get into an accident when Zack's drunk driving damages it. Despite a little help from Tori in their attempts to cover it up, the scam is revealed and everything ends badly for everyone involved, including Zack who has a brawling out with his father. Written by Anonymous

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10 October 1992 (USA)  »

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Series star Elizabeth Berkley, who does not appear in this episode, has said of it: "One of its biggest faults is violating William Goldman's strictest rule of writing - 'Never tell the audience something at the end that they already know, or that they should have figured out on their own by that point.' Zack's being reamed by his dad would have worked fine in the first or second act, but ... this is a 30-minute show; if we have not established within the first 29 of them that DUI is a lame thing to do and should be avoided, then Houston, we have a major problem. By those standards, anyhow." See more »

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To raise funds, the kids sold advertising space on Slater's jersey. They show Slater's jersey after the cheerleaders sewed the advertising on. However, for the remainder of the show, Slater is wearing his jersey and none of the advertising is present. See more »

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References Animal House (1978) See more »

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Wild Thing
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Written by Chip Taylor
Performed by Dustin Diamond, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, and Lark Voorhies
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