Saved by the Bell: Season 1, Episode 14

The Zack Tapes (2 Dec. 1989)

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Zach uses subliminal messages on a music tape in order to get Kelly to ask him out to a dance.

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Albert Clifford 'A.C.' Slater (as Mario López)
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Kelly Kapowski (as Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)
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Max
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Derrick (as Nick Read)
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The new teacher, Mrs. Wentworth, teaches a class on subliminal advertising, so after Zack successfully uses it to get out of trouble with Mr. Belding, he tries to use hidden messages on a cassette music tape to get Kelly to go the Sweetheart's Dance with him and Lisa to go with Screech. But when the rest of the gang catches on, they all joins forces with the entire school including Mr. Belding to wreck revenge against Zack. Written by Anonymous

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Lisa is walking down the steps with Screech's heart on and asks, "Has anyone seen my Screechikins?" Screech replies from inside his locker, "I'm in here my Love Kitten." When Screech comes out of the locker, he is wearing his heart. See more »

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References Top Gun (1986) See more »

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California Girls
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Written by Mike Love and Brian Wilson
Sung by Dennis Haskins
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