Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Good Morning Miss Bliss, in this episode "Stevie"

A rock star named Stevie comes to school. Zack pretends to be dying as part of a scheme to get the rockstar to kiss him so he can win a bet with Nikki. Stevie catches on to this as she gets to know Zack's style while staying with Miss Bliss..

turns out Stevie is Miss Bliss's niece Collen and not to ruin it but Zack gets to kiss her , a pop star!! .This episode always stuck with me as pretty much the coolest thing, so when Hannah Montana came out I knew I had seen this story line before and I did some research and Michael Poryes worked both on GMMB and Hannah, coincidence I think NOT..I don't remember the show being called Good Mornig Miss Bliss , but I do remember when the show changed cast, I hated when shows did that like Charles in Charles.. I love that my hours of TV watching paid off. What is your favorite Saved by the Bell episode?

This is a classic " I'm so scared"


Day Old News said...

Wow, that's really cool! Good eye. Your blog is fast becoming one of my fav reads.

Chai said...

I love the one where the new nurse distracts zak from kelly!

mbrodie75 said...

I LOVED Saved By the Bell... used to organise my Saturday mornings around it! Any episodes with Screech... so annoying, yet so funny!

Tina said...

I love Saved by the Bell also. That is why I read SBTB quality ebooks on Here is an example of their work. The ebooks is entitled "Screech Tells All"
Lisa Turtle, a beautiful African-American teen, loved good looking boys and expensive clothing, but she herself was not sure as to which one she preferred most. She was easily the wealthiest of all of her friends in Bayside High, but sometimes she did not feel as though she was reaping the rewards of her good fortune. It was Sunday afternoon, and all of her friends, although poorer than she, were at the beach soaking up some rays and drinking colas, while she was stuck in the hospital emptying foul smelling bedpans and handing out magazines.

Lisa did not do this volunteer work out of any great sense of compassion, nor out of any need to feel that she was giving back to the community. Her parents’ enthusiasm for that deftly made up for any lacking of hers in that department. How often they would grind in her ear about how fortunate they were, and how they should look for ways to help out the community that had been so good to them. It seemed to Lisa that they were feeling a little bit guilty about being relatively well-off. It is true that both of her parents had dreamed of becoming doctors when they grew up so that they could do some good in this world. It wasn’t their fault that the price of that dream was to be plagued with a pretty nifty income; every job has its pluses and minuses, after all. Lisa was all too familiar with their win-win lecture about how assisting in the hospital would not only be of benefit to others, but how valuable it would also be in mitigating her thoroughly selfish tendencies. In any case, from where she was standing, they were the surgeons getting all the praise and the glory, while she was merely Ms. Anonymous doing all the giving back for the family. One thing was for sure, Lisa felt that she was far too young to have benefitted so much from the world that it was already her time to have to pay back.

mbrodie75 said...

Also, if you are going down this path... were you also a fan of 'Family Matters' and 'Step by Step'??

Anonymous said...

Oh noo...the HORRIBLE acting by Jessie w/the speed pills so she could study all night. Made me cringe.."I'm so excited" (she was supposed to be singing that for a show, something like that) The WORST acting in history..hands down!