Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Zack is Back

Does this make anyone else as uncomfortable as it makes me?



I'm sure it's supposed to be funny, but it really just makes me squirm. . .

Is that because I had a crush on him in Jr. High?

Probably

9 comments:

Jules said...

I thought it was funny at the beginning, but it went on a little long.

Plus, Jimmy Fallon always makes me uncomfortable....

Nate and Tami said...

Wow...I don't know what else to say.

Hel said...

Bum.... hulu discriminate against Australians and are not letting me watch your clip.

I'll let you know what I think in about a month.

mel said...

Mel! This is hilarious. My mom is totally into the new show - Raising the Bar - and I watched it while in TX. But overall, yeah the JF thing went on too long. I'm still forwarding your post to my sister, though. She went to Texas A&M with Zach. Umm, I mean, whatever his real name is. ;)

Tea Marie Photography said...

That was extremely long. It was so easy to see that it wasn't really him either. Blah. Is he really on that show? I've never seen it. I think I saw an ad for it once but didn't pay attention.

gd said...

Okay, I guess I'm in the minority here, but I thought it was GENIUS. :) I've seen every SBTB episode like twelve times, though, so I was just astounded at the little references they stuck in here and there...and no, he doesn't look *exactly* the same, but it's been 20 years...he looks darned CLOSE!!!

Apparently it was a collaborative process between Mark-Paul and Jimmy's writers...M-P talked about it and said how exhausting it was to go back into that long-lost character for such a lengthy segment!

~genny

WhiteEyebrows said...

This was the best thing I've seen on network TV for... well... maybe since SBTB went off air so many years ago. I love that they could TOTALLY reproduce his character! (complete with teenage no-wrinkles and everything! and where do you find clothes THAT hideous nowadays?)

I can't WAIT for this reunion... and if Fallon is using this as a way to draw in his target audience (those of us now in the age bracket who loved this show), he has hit a home-run!

Melanie said...

Oh, it's brilliant, but that's why I find it so unnerving. I can't believe he stayed in character, start to finish. NO WONDER he was exhausted. :)

Also, I'm so sorry, Helen. See if you can find Jimmy Falon/Mark Paul Gosselaar clips anywhere. . .

Emily S. said...

yeah, i also giggled at the start, but got bored fast... too long!!