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Unequal Opportunity 

At the mall, Rachel's sexist boss unfairly promotes Nicky over her while Mr. Belding and Screech run a yogurt store and Katie works for a beauty shop that gives Maria a bad hairdo.

Director:

Don Barnhart

Writers:

Sam Bobrick (creator), Bennett Tramer (developer) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers
Sarah Lancaster ... Rachel Meyers
Richard Lee Jackson ... Ryan Parker
Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Ben Gould Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina
Anthony Harrell Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little
Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson
Dennis Haskins ... Mr. Richard Belding
Rick Zieff ... Mr. Dimmick
Robert Forrest ... Jean-Paul
Jenna Cole Jenna Cole ... Mrs. Phelps
Lisa Passero Lisa Passero ... Rene
Penny Nickels Penny Nickels ... Patron #1
Ian M. Galespie Ian M. Galespie ... Patron #2 (as Ian Galespie)
Sidney Sharron Sidney Sharron ... Audience Member #1
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Storyline

At the mall, Rachel helps get Nicky a job as an usher at the movie theater she works for. Her boss, Mr. Dimmick, turns out to be sexist, though, and promotes Nicky to weekend manager over Rachel. Katie gets a job working for a famous beautician, Jean-Paul, but, when she helps Maria get an appointment, he gives Maria a bad hairdo. Meanwhile, Mr. Belding buys a low-fat yogurt stand in the mall and hires Screech and Eric to run it, but, when they realize the yogurt tastes bad, they add hot fudge to it, putting them in danger of false advertising. Written by Chris the Geek

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

Certificate:

TV-G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 September 1996 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Katie's boss cuts hair for some of the cast members on Melrose Place (1992) (single-camera serial drama) and Friends (1994) (multi-camera romantic comedy). Although these two shows are polar opposites, they ironically both revolve around a group of friends in their 20s and 30s who live in the same housing complex. In addition, the cast members are credited in alphabetical order, a rarity in situation comedies/dramas, as the alphabetical format typically applies to sketch comedies. See more »

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