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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay;2363320;
    Geez...what a jerk-boy. He claims to be in a relationship. Who is the idiot?
    They showed a taped snippet of 'his life at home' where he was parked on his couch shoving his face full of junk food. They interviewed his 'chickie' who was a non-memorable, average person who commented on how much weight he had gained since they had been together. I can't imagine what would possess anyone to have to put up with the nastiness that is Dustin Diamond (sounds like a porn name!). Does she have rock bottom self esteem or what? Perhaps she's ripe for a reality show on WHY and HOW she puts up with that moron!
    I try to make it a point never to judge anyone up front by their looks but instead by their personality and their actions...but he seems to be presenting himself as pure revulsion covered by skin from what I can see. He makes me lose my appetite!

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    Re: Dustin: Jerk Or Despirate?

    Quote Originally Posted by madeboxer;2360427;
    Da Brat is attacking him so he backs off from her and goes to the confessional to sound off. The most he could say about her is that she is a "gangsta"
    Well, he may be an angry, has-been a-hole but apparently he's not crazy, because I'm sure Da Brat would kick his butt, and he knows it!

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    Re: Dustin Diamond

    He knows Da Brat will kick his ass hands down. No shame in her game cameras orr no cameras. However, she was telling him the truth at thw weigh in. He does want camera time. I think he wants to erase "Screech" from eveyone's mind. He is going about it the wrong way. I'm also glad K-Lo cealled him out on his failures. She had a lost on a show not failures.

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    Re: Dustin Diamond

    This guy is pathetic.

    Absolutely pathetic.
    "In a world of pollution, profanity, adolescence, broccoli, zits, ozone depletion, racism, sexism, stupid guys and PMS, why the hell do people still tell me to have a nice day?" - Unknown

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    Re: Dustin Diamond

    Pathetic does seem to be the word to use. It's so obvious that he's only on the show to be talked about. He should've checked with Wendy Pepper first; she could've told him that being a huge tool on a cable reality tv show is not the road to stardom.

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    Re: Dustin Diamond

    This guy is just out of his mind like everyone else said he's just there for the 15 minutes of fame that was tooken from him once Saved By the Bell ended. I really hope he does leave so they can replace him with some other semi-famous person who doesn't act like a complete tool on national televison.

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    Re: Dustin Diamond

    Tooken? (Just kidding!)
    "...each affects the other, and the other affects the next, and the world is full of stories, but the stories are all one." - Mitch Albom, one helluva writer

    When you throw a rock into a pack of dogs, you know which one you hit by the one that yelps!

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    Re: Dustin Diamond

    I was in a rush when I wrote that and my ghettoness got control of me.
    Yeah I know ghettoness is not a word either.
    I should always spell check my stuff before I post it.

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    ...some corrections here.

    Quote Originally Posted by madeboxer;2361053;
    Actually, Screech and Saved by the Bell was a big deal in the 80s. This was one of the No. 1 shows out. The show started as a Saturday morning kid's show and quickly turned into a prime time ratings giant.
    The original "Saved By The Bell" series was never shown in prime-time--it was always a Saturday morning show.

    The first "extension" show, "Saved By The Bell-College Years" WAS shown in prime time but the ratings for the show were abysmal and it was canceled after just one season.

    The second "extension" show, "Saved By The Bell-The New Class" went back to the Saturday time slot.

    There WERE also two made-for-tv movies that aired in prime time.


    Quote Originally Posted by madeboxer;2361053;
    It even took the ensemble group from junior high through college (went from Fox to NBC for the college version).
    Actually, the shows that you might see as Saved By The Bell--Junior High Years are actually a completely different show called "Good Morning, Miss Bliss" that was developed for NBC but aired on the Disney Channel when NBC passed on the series. The show was set in Indiana. It was canceled after one season.

    NBC liked some of what they saw and re-acquired the show, dropping a couple of characters, adding a couple of characters, ditching the focus on the teacher (and then dropping that character) and moving the whole thing to a brand new school in California...and calling it Saved By The Bell.

    NBC made the unusual move of syndicating the show very early--and, to pad out their syndication package, they re-edited the "Good Morning, Miss Bliss" episodes, added some footage to try to explain the continuity errors.

    The show remained on NBC throughout its remaining permutations (including the College Years AND the New Class)--never actually being a Fox show at all. However, due it being put into syndication by NBC, some may remember seeing it on a local Fox channel that bought the show in syndication.

    Quote Originally Posted by wikipedia
    In his 2004 collection of essays on popular culture Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto, writer Chuck Klosterman devoted a chapter to Saved by the Bell entitled "Being Zach Morris." He wrote that the show "is like this little generational secret that's hyperfamiliar to people born between 1970 and 1977, yet generally unremarkable to anyone born after (and completely alien to all those born before.)"
    pg--Born in 1965, never saw a single episode of Saved By the Bell--seattle

    PS--Stand-up comedians CRINGE when Dustin describes himself as a stand-up comedian. He has a horrible reputation. However, he does have a certain notoriety and name recognition, so some clubs do book him.

    Less will, hopefully, after seeing his antics on CFC.

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    Re: ...some corrections here.

    Quote Originally Posted by pg13;2375916;

    PS--Stand-up comedians CRINGE when Dustin describes himself as a stand-up comedian. He has a horrible reputation. However, he does have a certain notoriety and name recognition, so some clubs do book him.

    Less will, hopefully, after seeing his antics on CFC.
    For all the other stuff; I stand corrected. I remember "Ms Bliss" (showing my age as my daughter watched this show) and it was actually the pilot for SBTB. You are right (figured it out after I posted) about it being only on NBC.

    And I hope you are right about the quote above. Can't STAND this guy!!!!

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