It's been 25 years since cult classic "Saved By The Bell" premiered, and we'd like to take this opportunity to bring you all back to childhood, to the moment that you first bore witness to the glory that is Zack, Slater, and Screech's choreographed dance to "Barbara Ann."
If you need a little help remembering, the performance takes place in the Season 2 episode, "House Party," after Screech's parents skip town and leave their son in charge of the house. He plans a night in with Zack and Slater, to be full of what they've labeled "guy stuff": "We'll rip phone books in two and burp as loud as we want," Screech explains.
Kelly, Jessie, Lisa, and Screech's nerd crush Violet (played by a young Tori Spelling) sneak their way in, expecting to find the crew mid-belch contest. Instead, they stumble upon the boppy little number that has since gone down in "Saved By The Bell" history.
Can anyone play a broom guitar better than Zack Morris can? Also, Slater's shorts.
When you're done, we'd suggest you head over to Netflix and give the whole episode a re-watch. We don't want to spoiler too much, but let's just say it features a day dream sequence in which Dennis Haskins (Mr. Belding) plays Elvis Presley.