Tat Will Do, Pig. Tat Will Do!: Part 1

 For the nearly nine past months, watching all 76 (the ones that have either Kelly, Jessie or both) Bayside era episodes of Saved By The Bell episodes, as well as all the episodes of Saved By The Bell: The College Years and the movie Saved By The Bell: Hawaiian Style, have been atop the list of things that I’ve most enjoyed watching. However, with great enjoyment comes great disappointment, as I’ve watched really crappy things (movies) directly or somewhat directly after some of those 96 things of awesomeness. And of course, with that being said, I have a specific list of crappiness via the bullet points below:

  • Napoleon Dynamite
  • Copshop
  • Red Corner
  • Don’t Look Up
  • Fathers’ Day
  • Odd Jobs
  • Juwanna Mann
  • The Lord Of The Rings ‘78
  • The Cable Guy
  • Scenic Route
  • The White Buffalo
  • City Of Industry
  • Band Aid
  • Burn Your Maps
  • Whisky Tango Foxtrot
  • Angus
  • The Infiltrator
  • When In Rome
  • Payback
  • Orca
  • The Boy In The Striped Pajamas
  • Celtic Pride
  • Committed
  • The Year Of Living Dangerously
  • Growing Up Smith
  • Bird On A Wire
  • Playmobil: The Movie
  • Death To Smoochy
  • Surviving The Game
  • Clerks II
  • Absolute Power
  • Licorice Pizza
  • Killing Them Softly
  • Narc
  • Bulletproof

So yeah, for those of you keeping count, that’s 35 movies that I’ve deemed as crappy to the point that they are all among some of the most draining that I’ve ever seen in my life. And given that I’ve watched them directly or somewhat directly after certain Bayside era episodes (Dancing To The Max, The Prom, The Last Dance, Fake I.D.’s, Pipe Dreams, Cut Day, The Video Yearbook, Snow White And The Seven Dorks, The Last Weekend, Home For Christmas Part 2, Student/Teacher Week, Screech’s Spaghetti Sauce, Isn’t It Romantic?, The Senior Prom, The Time Capsule, Graduation), certain episodes of The College Years (Guess Who’s Coming To College, Teacher’s Pet, Kelly And The Professor, Bedside Manner, Love And Death, Marry Me, Wedding Plans) and the Hawaiian Style movie, they are even more draining. Yes, that’s how much of a letdown that all those movies are.

To be continued.