How to Create a Screech Costume

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Screech is the loved character from "Saved by the Bell." He is Zack's side kick and very best friend. Dressing like Screech will make you instantly popular with any Halloween crowd. It will bring smiles and happy memories to all your fellow party-goers. Read on to learn how you can dress as Screech.

  • Start with the hair. Any Screech costume must start with the hair. Get a full wig of big, short, curly black hair! If you have dark hair, you can consider curling it with a small sized curling iron. This may make you the object of mockery in your household, but it is worth it when you are sporting authentic Screech hair!

  • Think bright colors. Wear a brightly colored shirt. Bright colors combined with a pattern is best. When in doubt, pull out your old episodes of "Saved by the Bell." You will see exactly what I mean!

  • Put on pants that are baggy and colored. Think geek! Yes, some of the humor of the sitcom included showing us stereotypes. Perhaps it was so that kids could see how silly it was to stereotype others. Whatever the reason, the geek stereotype was in full gear with Screech.

  • Put on suspenders. These should be brightly colored and match if possible. Any pair of suspenders will do.

  • Wear sneakers. It's high school, after all. Keep this part of the wardrobe simple. For a bit of additional creativity, you can choose sneakers in matching colors to your outfit, but that is not necessary.

  • Carry around a Bayside High varsity jacket if possible. It's a fun addition to your costume. Say you borrowed ti from Slater.

  • Study Screech's scenes from the show prior to going out in your Screech costume. This will inspire you with his mannerisms and speech patterns.

  • Practice the high pitch voice that Screech used on the show. It can be as important to the costume as the clothes.

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