History Series / SavedByTheBell

24th Dec '17 9:30:53 PM SpideyTerry
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* TheArtifact: Leslie in ''The College Years''. She's set up in the first episode for a WillTheyOrWontThey storyline with Zack. Then in the second episode, Kelly rejoins the gang. A few episodes play with Zack pursuing both of them, but the writers soon settle on him focusing on getting back together with Kelly. Afterwards, Leslie is still around, but she ends up with very little to do for the rest of the season.
6th Dec '17 2:47:40 AM annette12
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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: During the ''Miss Bliss'' episodes, Nicki played the Tomboy to Lisa's Girly Girl.

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During the ''Miss Bliss'' episodes, Nicki played the Tomboy to Lisa's Girly Girl.Girl.
** During the Tori episodes, TheLadette Tori played the Tomboy to Lisa's Girly Girl.
30th Sep '17 7:45:20 AM ClintEastwood
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot:
** Zack and Slater were going to be bitter rivals for Kelly's affections, as seen in initial episodes. However, Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Mario Lopez were good friends on set, and their natural chemistry led to the writers turning the two of them into best friends. Slater's eventual romance with Jessie likely stemmed from this.
** The infamous Tori episodes in Season 4. The network ordered an additional set of episodes after they had wrapped, but Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani-Amber Thiessen had other commitments. Thus Leanna Creel was cast as a replacement character called Tori.
28th Aug '17 2:16:10 PM pyroclastic
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* ProtestByObstruction: In one episode, Jessie and Kelly protest oil drilling on campus by chaining themselves to an imitation oil drill in the main hallway. Then a nerd joins them on the drill officially to join the protest, but really because he's a StalkerWithACrush.
3rd Jul '17 7:07:15 AM PF
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* CluelessAesop: In "Jessie's Song", Jessie becomes addicted to simple over-the-counter caffeine pills. This is fairly realistic, as caffeine ''is'' indeed addictive. However, while the withdrawal is minor and usually limited to headaches and irritability, the show treats her reaction as if she were taking cocaine, and she is shown developing a dire, uncontrollable, terrifying craving for what is essentially just ''Starbucks in pill form''. It's clear that the writers wanted to include a drug episode, but didn't want any of the characters using ''actual'' illegal substances, and the overall message kind of falls flat given the substance in question.
3rd Jul '17 1:30:31 AM jormis29
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** A crossover of sorts when ''The New Class'' gang visited the school from ''USA High'' (a.k.a. ''Saved by the Bell in Europe on the Creator/USANetwork!'') in the episode "Foreign Behavior". None of the characters from ''USA High'' actually appeared in the episode, however.

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** A crossover of sorts when ''The New Class'' gang visited the school from ''USA High'' ''Series/USAHigh'' (a.k.a. ''Saved by the Bell in Europe on the Creator/USANetwork!'') in the episode "Foreign Behavior". None of the characters from ''USA High'' actually appeared in the episode, however.
20th Jun '17 12:35:50 PM JohnnyHuang
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* HypocriticalHumor: Early on during the third season of ''The New Class'', Lindsey is faced with both Ryan and Tommy competing for her favor and decides to talk it over at the slumber party with Rachel and Maria. Ryan and Tommy, separately and without the other knowing, planted a bug each at Lindsey's bedroom to overhear the girls' conversation. When the focus is on Ryan during the conversation, Lindsey starts to gush over him a bit, leading to the dialogue below:

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* HypocriticalHumor: HypocriticalHumor:
** Zack (see RhetoricalQuestionBlunder, below).
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Early on during the third season of ''The New Class'', Lindsey is faced with both Ryan and Tommy competing for her favor and decides to talk it over at the slumber party with Rachel and Maria. Ryan and Tommy, separately and without the other knowing, planted a bug each at Lindsey's bedroom to overhear the girls' conversation. When the focus is on Ryan during the conversation, Lindsey starts to gush over him a bit, leading to the dialogue below:
11th Jun '17 2:56:28 PM JohnnyHuang
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* HypocriticalHumor: Early on during the third season of ''The New Class'', Lindsey is faced with both Ryan and Tommy competing for her favor and decides to talk it over at the slumber party with Rachel and Maria. Ryan and Tommy, separately and without the other knowing, planted a bug each at Lindsey's bedroom to overhear the girls' conversation. When the focus is on Ryan during the conversation, Lindsey starts to gush over him a bit, leading to the dialogue below:
-->'''Maria''': Yeah, I know Ryan is good-looking, but I went to Valley with him, and he's ''always'' up to something.
-->'''Ryan''': (indignant) How can she say that?! (Beat) I need more volume. (adjusts the volume to hear better)
23rd May '17 5:25:03 AM jormis29
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The show began life as a [[Film/TheParentTrap Hayley Mills]] vehicle titled ''Good Morning, Miss Bliss'' (1988-1989), which centered around a junior high school teacher named Miss Bliss as she dealt with her quirky students, among them Zack Morris. Though an NBC pilot, the network rejected it and the Creator/DisneyChannel picked it up instead. It was not a success, but the series found its way back to NBC and was given a drastic [[ReTool retool]]: focus was shifted to the student body, and only Zack, Samuel "Screech" Powers, Lisa Turtle, and Mr. Belding made the transition. The name of the school also changed from John F. Kennedy Junior High to Bayside High, but this is possibly less of a mystery than the school's unexplained move from Indiana to California. The new show, now titled ''Saved by the Bell'', [[AscendedExtra was led by Zack]] and it is ''this'' version that is the one most viewers are familiar with.

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The show began life as a [[Film/TheParentTrap Hayley Mills]] Creator/HayleyMills vehicle titled ''Good Morning, Miss Bliss'' (1988-1989), which centered around a junior high school teacher named Miss Bliss as she dealt with her quirky students, among them Zack Morris. Though an NBC pilot, the network rejected it and the Creator/DisneyChannel picked it up instead. It was not a success, but the series found its way back to NBC and was given a drastic [[ReTool retool]]: focus was shifted to the student body, and only Zack, Samuel "Screech" Powers, Lisa Turtle, and Mr. Belding made the transition. The name of the school also changed from John F. Kennedy Junior High to Bayside High, but this is possibly less of a mystery than the school's unexplained move from Indiana to California. The new show, now titled ''Saved by the Bell'', [[AscendedExtra was led by Zack]] and it is ''this'' version that is the one most viewers are familiar with.
7th Mar '17 4:24:02 PM JohnnyHuang
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* ItsBeenDone: During an episode of ''The New Class'' which focuses on scientific inventions, one student came up with the concept of a writing utensil that uses black carbon mineral contained within wood and can be erased after writing.

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* ItsBeenDone: During an episode of ''The New Class'' which focuses on scientific inventions, one student came up with the concept of a writing utensil that uses black carbon mineral contained within wood and can be erased after writing.
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