The very first edition of the "Saved by the Bell" shows. Takes place at Indiana with a younger Zack Morris, Screech, and Lisa along with Mr. Belding. Nicole and Mikey, two other kids, also run around with Zack and the gang. Miss Bliss and Ms. Paladrino are the kids' teachers. Written by
Originally produced for The Disney Channel, "Good Morning Miss Bliss" was the brainchild of NBC President Brandon Tartikoff, who couldn't get the idea past his own network's executive board. When Disney canceled the show, Tartikoff persuaded the other NBC executives to give the show a chance, and it was reborn as "Saved By The Bell", the most successful teenage-geared show of all time. See more »
It's funny that it says if you like Good Morning Miss Bliss, you'll like "Alf". Has anyone on "Miss Bliss" been caught smoking crack on hidden camera lately like the father on "Alf"? LOL. Sorry to say I never got turned on to "Alf". Although Alf is better looking than anyone else on that show. Anyway, "Miss Bliss" could have been worse. Although I never saw the point to the show, I saw less of a point that Joan Ryan (Tina Paladrino) was on that show. What a goof. Hayley Mills should have thought twice. Dennis Haskins is a talented actor and also should have thought twice. I suppose he had to get his start somewhere. It was weird seeing the exact same school go from Indiana to California. "Saved By The Bell" was much more entertaining. It was even more entertaining to see that Slater never outgrew the mullet the entire time.
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