Lisa charges an exorbitant amount on her father's credit card and fears that he will never forgive her.

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Lisa charges an exorbitant amount on her father's credit card and fears that he will never forgive her.

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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28 August 1989 (USA)  »

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This is the only time Lisa's father makes an appearance on the show, although he is referenced throughout the series. See more »

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Lisa uses her Father's credit card to buy several outfits. No store would allow someone who is obviously not the cardholder to use the credit card. See more »

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Customer: [Lisa takes a job at the Max and continually messes up orders] Miss, this isn't what I ordered; You were supposed to toast my buns!
Lisa: You want toasted buns? Go sit on a Microwave!
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Featured in Saturday Morning: From Toons to Teens (2013) See more »

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Saved by the Bell
written by: Michael Damian, Rich Eames, Scott Gale, Larry Weir, Tom Weir
performed by: Michael Damian
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Zackman to the rescue!
13 January 2014 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Everybody's parents have seen their report cards, everyone did well. Lisa's reward is access to her Father's credit card. She splurges for over 300$. When the store won't take any of the clothes back, Lisa panics on what her Father will do. Zack conjures up a devious plan to make Lisa some money. Not only does Lisa have to take kisses on the cheek from nerds, but Zack has a locker sale, involving Lisa's clothes. When Mr. Belding thinks Zack is doing it for charity, Lisa is forced to take a job as a waitress. The first and second seasons of Saved by The Bell might very well be the best seasons in this classic series. I enjoy all four seasons, but I think the first two are my favorite. There isn't a meaningful message in this one like a lot of SBTB episodes, other than you must own up to your mistakes, no matter what the consequences may be. Or my favorite from Zack Morris himself. The moral of the story is don't leave home WITH the Lisa card. Despite the lack of a meaningful message, this is an extremely entertaining episode. Slater's sexism towards women would commence in this episode, and it would be a recurring theme. I personally agree with Jesse. Slater can be a sexist pig at times. I dislike Mario Lopez in general, but I don't mind his Slater character at all, other than his crude remarks. Lopez actually steals the show when he threatens to come to school in women's clothing to get Mr. Belding away from the scheme Zack is pulling. I don't have many complaints other than a couple, as I have stated. It is very funny. SBTB fans should love it

Favorite quote: Zack: Lisa, running away isn't the answer, just do what I do when I do something wrong. Lisa: What's that? Zack: Enjoy it, then deny it

8.5/10


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