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The Time Zack Morris Fat-Shamed A Girl Who Won Him In A Charity Auction

The Time Zack Morris Fat-Shamed A Girl Who Won Him In A Charity Auction

– Kelly tells student council the cheerleaders need
$600 for new uniforms. Zack suggests $200 and
forcing them to wear bikinis. Wendy courtesy laughs at Zack’s misogyny. Mr. Belding says there isn’t
enough money for new uniforms. Maybe next year. Jessie asks if there are any more motions. Zack says let’s see those
cheerleaders in motion! Wendy once again humors Zack
to appease his fragile ego. Kelly suggests a date
auction to raise the money. Jessie says that’s sexist flesh peddling, which sounds great to Zack who
immediately calls for a vote that gets passed by a
room full of horny teens. Zack tells Linda she has a beautiful name then asks who she’s bidding on. She tells Zack her name is Lydia. He says that name is beautiful, way prettier than that Linda junk. Lydia says she hasn’t made any
decisions about the auction and Zack volunteers to “coach” her. Kelly, trying to do her job,
goes to take their order. Zack says she can beat it unless there’s a date
with Lydia on that menu. Which isn’t the case,
because this isn’t a brothel. The date auction is going great. I guess. Who cares. Zack’s up and this nice young
lady he’s been brainwashing for days to pay cash to get
fingered bids $75 bucks. Going once! Going twice! Wendy out of nowhere with $100 smackers. Zack’s face goes through
all seven stages of grief, then he has to be forcibly
pushed off the stage. Wendy greets Zack at The
Max to talk about the dance. She drags him to her table
and says she’s so excited she hasn’t been able to eat. Then jokingly says that’s
probably a good thing for her. Zack winces in disgust
and points at her body to agree he thinks she’s fat. Zack says he can’t
possibly have lunch today and tries to make a hasty exit. Then fakes a back injury and says he needs to go to the hospital. Right away. Wendy asks if there’s anything she can do. Zack tells her to pray to
God for his well-being. Wendy sees Zack in the hall and checks in on his medical status. Zack grabs his neck, then remembers he’s
supposed to grab his back, and tells her his team of doctors think with the right combo of
acupuncture needle therapy, deep tissue massage, and vitamin B shots he might be able to live
a normal life, one day. But of course, he won’t be able to dance. Wendy says she called his house because she cares. And his mom said he was out surfing. Zack continues to lie, mistaking being large for being stupid, and says he was “body surfing”, a cover up that doesn’t make sense. Wendy sees through his nonsense. She knows he’s lying so
he doesn’t have to go to the dance with her because she doesn’t
look like Lydia or Kelly or any of the other several dozen girls he’s hoping to finger before graduation. She says she’ll have more fun
going to the dance by herself. And tells this boy, “Bye”. Screech won Jessie in the auction and he’s driving her nanners. She’s considering ways to escape, but Zack says she made a commitment and needs to stick to it. Jessie realizes she sounds awful and Zack, with zero
self-awareness, says she sure does. Jessie says she knows
Wendy isn’t Zack’s type, so if he can give her a chance, she can give Screech a chance. Zack remembers that Wendy person from three minutes ago exists. Zack’s at the dance alone, getting called a loser
by a bunch of nerds. He approaches Wendy to
ask where she’s been. She says at home, where she lives, fucking duh. Zack says he’s sorry for
being a fat shaming monster but he’d like to dance. Wendy’s cool about it but
wants to know what changed. Zack says it’s because he feels guilty for dumping her over her weight. Wendy says that’s some real bullshit and she wants no part of Zack’s pity date and she’d rather hang by the finger foods, two words that describe how Zack thought this night would end. Zack retreats to nerd mountain and is grossed out when one touches him. The dance is going fine. I guess, who cares. Wendy applauds Kelly, wearing
the new uniform she paid for, proving she’s the bigger person in the only way that matters. Belding announces this
is the last dance, then uh, okay. Zack approaches Wendy in the
final seconds of the dance and says after embarrassing
her and rejecting her and shaming her and ignoring her, he’s finally ready to be
seen in public with her. For two minutes tops. And when Lydia tries to
cut in, still inculcated from Zack’s “coaching”, he tells her to be gone. But if she wants, she can look at him and Wendy eating together
later at The Max. Because he assumes Wendy is hungry. And he knows this will make Lydia jealous and more susceptible to his advances at a future time of his convenience. Only we never see Zack
and Wendy at The Max. In fact, we never see
Wendy or Lydia ever again. Because they both probably
fucking killed themselves. Let’s review, Zack Morris
said female student athletes in need of new uniforms
should wear bikinis and dance for him. Then pushed a charity date auction through student legislation on the grounds it would be a meat market. And after trying to rig that
meat market in his favor with his selection of meat, was won by the only girl in school nice enough to laugh at his
horrible jokes about women. Then visibly wore his
disgust over her weight for the whole school to see. And faked a back injury to get of being seen with her in public. Then told her to PRAY TO GOD he would recover. And continue to lie to her face, even after he was caught. Then offered to pity dance with her just to relieve his guilt. And only managed to believably
pretend to want to dance with less than one song
left in the evening. Then tried to make everything right by feeding her to make
a skinnier girl jealous. Zack Morris is trash.

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