Decades before presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump jumped onto the political scene, he was quite a fixture in pop culture. The lighthearted teen sitcom "Saved by the Bell" even parodied the New York businessman in a scene from 1990.
In the '90s as a real estate mogul, Trump made several cameos on TV shows and in movies, including "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and "The Little Rascals," but "Saved by the Bell" portrayed him in a less forgiving light.
In one episode of the show, Jessie Spano, played by Elizabeth Berkley, gets stressed over an upcoming blind date and imagines that she's stuck in a twisted "Blind Date Game." She quickly finds out that her date options are Teddy Krueger or Mason Voorhees (spoofs of horror film killers) and money-obsessed Donald Chump. As you can imagine, Jessie wasn't too thrilled about the possibility of dating The Donald.
Check out the clip in the video above.
This video was produced by Lily Corvo and edited by Zack Chapman.