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The Cowboys have already won the 2014 NFL season.  Do they have a 34 year-old quarterback coming off of back surgery and a defense that resembles Roger Dorn at the hot corner?  Sure.  But that didn’t stop Jerry Jones from hijacking the season before it even started.  While everyone else is pouring ice buckets on each other and raising money for a great cause, Jerry is canoodling with 20 somethings behind his wife’s back and inviting 90s legends to training camp.  Your move, Mr. Mara.  Just realize you will need some combination of Kelly Kapowski, Rod Belding, Chris Calloway, and Ron Dayne to even touch the hot fire that Jerruh is throwing out at Oxnard.

By the way, what a power move by Dennis Haskins going with the @MrBelding Twitter handle.  I bet his family and friends just call him Belding and he stopped fighting it after the 204,274th failed audition.  All Belding, all the time.  As it should be.

PS- There is a 0.0% chance that T.O. knows who Mr. Belding is.  Owens probably thought that he was posing for a picture with Chris Berman so he could get into the good graces of ESPN and get a post football life job.  Sorry Terrell, not gonna happen.  Being a legit asshole for your entire career gets you two things:

1. The cold shoulder from real media outlets

2. Baf reality TV shows

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So the people at Teens React did another one of their specials where these kids cackle at our cherished memories.  A few thoughts:

1. Arya Stark brought the 100 MPH heat rocking that backwards hat a la Ken Griffey Jr.  I don’t think The Kid ever had pencils on his lid, though.  Those are pencils, right?  I am probably giving my age away by asking that question.  I’d be sniffed out as a Narc by this group in about 10 seconds.

2. Kelly Kapowski passes the test of time.  Not a shock by any means, but just one of those “nice to know” kind of things.  Growing up with her on TV every week during puberty is what it must have been like for Yankees fans to watch Babe Ruth in his prime.  A mix of joy and amazement.

3.  The caffeine pill episode has gone from unintentionally funny in the 90s to a serious matter in the 2010s.  I’m not sure what that says about us as a country, but it can’t be good, right?

4.  The stereotypes in Saved By The Bell were indeed the best part of the show.  The writer who named the nerdy kid Mr. Poindexter was probably given a standing ovation in the writer’s room.  And guess what, Arya?  Surfers are dumb.  You know how I know that?  Because Hollywood tells me so.  Stop trying to stir the pot all the time.

5.  Arya would have put Needle through Zack’s heart before he could have batted an eyelash.  Dude reeked of Lannister gold.