Jimmy Fallon Hits Peak 'Tonight Show,' Finally Hosts a 'Saved by the Bell' Reunion
Jimmy Fallon finally achieved what his late-night career thus far has been designed to do: Host a Saved by the Bell reunion. It’s the pinnacle of Buzzfeed-style 90s nostalgia, and I’m not sure what Fallon has left to do now, other than to spiral into the kind of depression that often follows hitting one’s peak.
It’s all downhill from here. What’s left, Jimmy? A Blossom reunion? Reenacting the opening credits to Perfect Strangers? Getting Kenan and Kel back together again? You are f*cked. Just hand the reins over to Seth Meyers now. There’s nowhere left to go.
In the meantime, enjoy the reunion he put together last night, in which he basically reenacted an episode of the show, inserting himself as a former student at Bayside. Everyone shows up, except Lark Voorhies (who doesn’t seem to be doing well lately) and Dustin Diamond, who is a goddamn degenerate.