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  • Posted October 15, 2009

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    Get an Editor

    I grew up watching Saved by the Bell, so i was curious about this supposed tell-all. What I found is that Dustin was a sad boy who grew into a sad, bitter man. Yes, it is hard to be the goofy, dorky character and probably harder to disengage one's self from that in real life. However, when Dustin wasn't bashing almost everyone that he worked with, he was bragging about his HUGE fan base and the girls that he used. Yuck. Oh, and the editing on this book was shameful. I think that I could have done better with my home printer. It is not worth the $25 asking price. I read it in a few hours, and was entertained in the way that people are when they get a sneak-peak into the life of someone famous. Wait for it in paperback or get it from the library.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2012

    I could have bought M&Ms with my $1

    Wow! Are we all living in the same reality as this guy?! Like many of you, I was parked in front of the TV every Saturday at 10 back in the day. Screech has always been annoying and it continues in this book

    Dustin seems to think SBTB should have been the Zach & Screech show. His jealousy over being more of a background character is apparent when he rips Zach's lead, Tiffani, to pieces. Yes Dustin, you and your perfect body have every right to call.Tiffani "fat ass", with you being People Sexiest Man and all.

    There were some juicy parts...I had no idea about Mario (so gross) and his acid washed pants sexually harrassing someone and NBC paying to cover it up. And it was cool to see how they put together the show every week.

    Basically, if you want to read about an outcast who makes himself out to be just like you and I, read it but take it with a (lot of) grain(s) of salt.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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