A new group of students are now making their way through the halls of Bayside High School. Mr. Belding is still the principal, and Screech is now his assistant.
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 Mr. Richard Belding (143 episodes, 1993-2000)
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 Samuel 'Screech' Powers (130 episodes, 1994-2000)
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 Maria Lopez (104 episodes, 1995-2000)
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 Rachel Meyers (80 episodes, 1993-1999)
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 Ryan Parker (79 episodes, 1995-1999)
Anthony Harrell ...
 Eric Little / ... (78 episodes, 1996-2000)
Ben Gould ...
 Nicky Farina (78 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Katie Peterson (78 episodes, 1996-2000)
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 Tommy 'D' De Luca / ... (66 episodes, 1993-1999)
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 Lindsay Warner (66 episodes, 1993-1999)
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A new group of students are now making their way through the halls of Bayside High School. Mr. Belding is still the principal, and Screech is now his assistant.

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11 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Bayside School - la nuova classe  »

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Shortly after the first season premiered, it was determined that Saved by the Bell: The New Class (1993) was coming across as just a watered-down remake of the original Saved by the Bell (1989) series. In an effort to make it more of a stand alone series, the characters of Scott Erickson, Barton "Weasel" Wysell and Vicki Needleman were eliminated because they copied the original's respective characters of Zack Morris, Screech Powers and Jessie Spano too closely. The vacancies were recast with new characters of Bobby Wilson and Brian Keller while Sarah Lancaster's guest appearance as Rachel Meyers was expanded to a full-time starring role for season 2. Dustin Diamond's return as Screech Powers was also included for the series season 2 revampment not only due to the failure of the Saved by the Bell: The College Years (1993) series, but also to help bridge the gap between the two high school classes. See more »

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Scott Erickson: Well, not a bad first week. I dated Lindsay, I found out there's money to be made here, and if Tommy D. didn't kill me over this, he'll never kill me. I'm gonna like this school.
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This series is considered reasonable, but the setting is wrong, TBH, IMO.
13 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I understand that recycled plots are considered bad because, not only attract unwanted attention, they also destroy the original versions along the way.

Even if this show destroys the original version of the original class, then this show should not be turned down completely bad at all. The 1st season cast, except for Dennis Haskins, is trying to imitate the original class, but the 1st season is trying to get along without broadening their horizons too quick. But no broadening their horizons would be a letdown. Although, I have a feeling that these recycled plots should not be in both Bayside and Valley High Schools because both high schools are considered both ableists and ageists.

The final seasons were a complete letdown when the Tony falls in love with Maria than Liz, leaving Liz which one heart, but luckily she dated Eric on the prom episode, which ended that drought somehow. We already know why Screech was denied a raise and ended up in strike. But that strike shouldn't last because Bayside is not where Screech should work and is not where recycled plots should be in.

This should be in a different public high school which is neither ableist and ageist and that's where the 1st season cast should have been and that's where Screech should be working at. Although, that new principal in that new place should be imitating Belding and can work with Screech along the way.

Alternatively, I'm glad both actresses Tiffani Amber Neilsen and Elizabeth Berkley (Kelly and Jessie) never saw this show and never guest appeared in "Goodbye Bayside (2)" episode because it endangered their own real lives, unlike the other original SBTB class cast members.

Finally, I know some of the SBTB new class crew member group is now partly ableist, ageist or both, but the rest are neither ableist nor ageist and Executive Producer Peter Engel is also neither ableist not ageist of this show, TBH, IMO.


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