SBTB_3D_packshot(72dpi)If you are over the age of 20 then you will definitely remember the hilarious TV series Saved by the Bell.

Set in the fictional town of Palisades, California, the series follows six teenagers through their fun-filled days at Bayside High School and their antic filled nights at their favourite hang out The Max.

Heartthrobs Zack and A.C are forever vying for the attention of the prettiest and the most popular girl in school, like cheerleader Kelly. Screech is the class clown and electronics genius, and fashion conscious Lisa is mostly occupied with expanding her wardrobe. Jessie is the neutralising force, often trying to convince the gang to do the right thing, all while school principal Mr Belding is continuously trying to connect with the younger generation. Enjoy for the first time all 16 episodes from the first season of this much loved show from March 22nd 2010.

And guess what? Flavour has 3 copies of the series to giveaway. To be in with a chance to win simply write the name of your favourite character from the series in the box below.

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  1. If you like Saved by the Bell, why not read quality SBTB ebooks for free? Take a look what you will find on “Screech Tells All” Lisa Turtle, a beautiful African-American teen, loved good looking boys and expensive clothing, but she herself was not sure as to which one she preferred most. She was easily the wealthiest of all of her friends in Bayside High, but sometimes she did not feel as though she was reaping the rewards of her good fortune. It was Sunday afternoon, and all of her friends, although poorer than she, were at the beach soaking up some rays and drinking colas, while she was stuck in the hospital emptying foul smelling bedpans and handing out magazines. Lisa did not do this volunteer work out of any great sense of compassion, nor out of any need to feel that she was giving back to the community. Her parents’ enthusiasm for that deftly made up for any lacking of hers in that department. How often they would grind in her ear about how fortunate they were, and how they should look for ways to help out the community that had been so good to them. It seemed to Lisa that they were feeling a little bit guilty about being relatively well-off. It is true that both of her parents had dreamed of becoming doctors when they grew up so that they could do some good in this world. It wasn’t their fault that the price of that dream was to be plagued with a pretty nifty income. Continued

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