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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Date Lottery

11 September 1993
A new student, named Scott Erickson, transfers from Valley to Bayside and decides that the route to popularity is to make fellow student, Lindsay Warner, his girlfriend. To get Lindsay away from her macho, but dumb, football boyfriend, Tommy De Luca, Scott gets the Bayside geek, Barton "Weasel" Wyzell, to fix a dance raffle for profit, and for a date with Lindsay, in exchange for Weasel to go on a date with rich girl Megan Jones, and sets up Tommy with the politically correct Vicki Needleman, who actually has a crush on Scott.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Slumber Party

18 September 1993
During the planning for the big Homecoming football game, Scott dresses up as his identical cousin "Tina" to crash Lindsay and the rest of the girls slumber party to find if Lindsay really loves him. But things take a turn when Baysides star football player, Crunch, meets and develops a crush on "Tina" and won't play unless Tina is around.

Season 1, Episode 3: A Kicking Weasel

25 September 1993
Weasel is promoted from the football team water boy to kicker after displaying his kicking skills. But Weasel will only kick a football when he is angry and Scott has to ensure that Weasel stay angry to win an important game. Meanwhile, Scott fixes Megan, Lindsay and Vicki's battle for a single varsity cheer leading spot by letting Lindsay win so he can get Tommy D to help him make and sell advertisement T-shirts for Weasel.

Season 1, Episode 4: Home Shopping

2 October 1993
Scott teams with Megan, Lindsey, Vicki, and the rest of gang to sell a "memory enhanced drug" before history mid-terms on their Bayside Shopping Network cable access show, with a little help from James the actor who role-plays as a customer as well as a maintenance man to Mr. Belding, and later as a college professor to help the kids face-off against their stern history teacher Mr. Hammersmith.

Season 1, Episode 5: Love Is on the Air

9 October 1993
Scott joins the Bayside radio station in order to get into "Babe Study Hall," with Weasel who creates the romance advice master "Dr. Love," who gives out advice on peoples dating problems, which include Lindsay and Tommy D as well as Vicki who has a crush on Scott, much to his chagrin.

Season 1, Episode 6: George Washington Kissed Here

16 October 1993
At Scott's advice, gang decides to hold a play on the American Revolution in an "MTV version" with Mr. Belding as the director and Scott wanting Lindsay to play Martha Washington next to his George, while Weasel is to play Ben Franklin, much to Megan's chagrin who's playing Betsy Ross. But a jealous Tommy D and Vicki have ideas to get parts in the play to be near Lindsay and Scott.

Season 1, Episode 7: Homecoming King

23 October 1993
During Homecoming week, the Bayside class president, Chad Westerfield, as well as Lindsay are the nominees for Homecoming King and Queen, and Megan hopes that Chad will ask her out to the Homecoming dance. But it turns out that Chad likes Lindsey more than Megan. Meanwhile, Scott conspires to make Tommy, the Homecoming King, to help him and Lindsey be together after her mother forbids her from dating Tommy again.

Season 1, Episode 8: Belding's Baby

30 October 1993
Scott volunteers himself and Weasel to babysit Mr. Belding's infant son, Zack, (named after Zack Morris who helped deliver it in the previous 'Saved By The Bell' series) in order to stay out of detention, and later he volunteers the child for baby modeling to impress a new girl, named Ashley, from Pacific Coast High.

Season 1, Episode 9: Good-bye Megan

6 November 1993
During Career Week, Megan's father, Judge Thyrston Jones, wants her to leave Bayside and enroll in a private school called Willowbrook Academy. At first, the gang is happy for Megan, but when their true feelings come out, Scott and the gang scheme to ensure Megan stays at Bayside.

Season 1, Episode 10: Swap Meet

13 November 1993
Weasel discovers that he owns a valuable comic book with a rare misprint worth hundreds of dollars. But Scott must embark on a mission to recover it after Tommy inadvertently sells it in order for Scott to get money to buy concert tickets for a date with the new student Rachel Meyers. Meanwhile, Lindsay, Megan and Vicki try to recover a bottle of fish oil that Mr. Belding bought from them thinking that it's perfume before he gives it to Mrs. Belding.

Season 1, Episode 11: Weasel Love

20 November 1993
Weasel's pen pal, Natalie, comes to Bayside and joins the school band as the new pianist next to Weasel's saxophonist. But after the girls make over the geek Natalie into their own image as an attractive girl, Weasel is dumbstruck. So, Scott and Tommy try to make over Weasel in their own image to ensue he plays after they themselves join the Bayside band in hopes to win a trip to New York.

Season 1, Episode 12: Tommy A

27 November 1993

Season 1, Episode 13: Running the Max

4 December 1993
The gang takes over the Max to run it for a class project and almost drives it into the ground, until Scott takes over the project, much to Vicki's happiness, and soon helps bring in business. When the Bayside football coach asks to hold a team banquet at the Max, Scott becomes bossy and drives the whole gang crazy with his demanding orders.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Return of Screech

10 September 1994
On the first day of the new school year at Bayside, Screech Powers returns as Mr. Belding's administrative assistant for a project he has with CU, and he quickly drives Mr. Belding up the wall with his bumbling ways while Mr. Belding has problems with his new office, complete with high-tech gadgets. Meanwhile, Brian Keller, a new transfer student from Switzerland, peruses Rachel Meyers, who accidentally ruins her mother's $700 suit jacket meaning the gang must come up with a plan to pay for a new jacket, so they plan to throw a party at Bobby Wilson's house, the new geek at Bayside. But when their plans fall through, Brian deceives Screech into throwing the party in the school gym.

Season 2, Episode 2: All Play and No Work

10 September 1994
Mr. Belding and Screech get jobs as summer managers at the Palisade Hills Country Club owned by Ed Harrington, an old friend of Mr. Belding. Screech makes the mistake of hiring the entire gang as club staff who immediately get into trouble when they dent Harrington's car. Meanwhile, Harrington's attractive daughter, Alison, falls for Screech. When a freezer containing food breaks down before a Western-themed barbecue, the gang saves Mr. Belding from being fired by throwing a luau themed party instead.

Season 2, Episode 3: Let the Games Begin

17 September 1994
The Palisade Hills Country Club arc, the Bayside students enter into a sporting competition versus guests at the country club; meanwhile Screech continues to cultivate his romance with Alison.

Season 2, Episode 4: Blood Money

17 September 1994
Megan's running the school blood drive this year, but no one shows up to donate any blood, and Screech falls for the blood drive nurse Penny Brady. Meanwhile, the gang must find a chaperon for their hiking trip and Brian thinks that Screech will do. So, Brian schemes for Nurse Brady to go out on a date with Screech in hopes that he will go on the camping trip, while Mr. Belding tries to get in shape after learning of his high cholesterol level in his blood.

Season 2, Episode 5: Squash It

24 September 1994
The gang is competing for best booth at the annual Bayside Carnival. Brian and Rachel decide to hold a dunk booth while Lindsay and Tommy have conflicting emotions about running a kissing booth. Meanwhile, Bobby is threatened by a bully, named Kirk, who wants Megan. So, Bobby gets karate lessons from Screech.

Season 2, Episode 6: Brian's Girlfriend

24 September 1994
At the Palisade Hills Country Club, Brian becomes frustrated at Rachel's pinning for her boyfriend. So, with Screech's help, Bobby decides to try to make Rachel jealous by hanging out with an attractive tennis instructor. But Brian doesn't expect the instructor to fall for him. Meanwhile, the gang competes in a July 4th "tipathon," a contest where the person with the most tips will double his or her earnings.

Season 2, Episode 7: The People's Choice

1 October 1994
When the faculty advisor for the school paper quits, Screech lobbies for the job and gets it, so he drafts the gang to do the paper with him and they come across a hot story involving the football coach giving more financial funds for the football team than the girls swim team. But another issue soon arrives: is the writing paper more important than the gang's performance on the PSAT's?

Season 2, Episode 8: Rachel's Choice

1 October 1994
Rachel's college boyfriend, David, unexpectedly arrives at Palisade Hills for her birthday party which means she must make a choice to which one she wants to be with: him or Brian. Meanwhile, Screech decides to make a promotional video for the Country Club.

Season 2, Episode 9: Belding's Prank

8 October 1994

Season 2, Episode 10: A Matter of Trust

8 October 1994
When the Palisades Country Club holds it's annual Charity Auction and Picnic, the male staff get auctioned to various women bidders to compete in various events, and the winner gets a hot air balloon ride. Screech gets jealous when Alison "buys" Brian, Megan gets stuck with Bobby, and Rachel ends up buying a nerd. Screech becomes jealous when Alison is teamed with Brian, while Tommy D tries to avoid winning the contest with Lindsay because he is afraid of heights. So, Tommy tries rigging all of Bobby's events, but as usual, everything turns out the wrong way for Tommy.

Season 2, Episode 11: Tommy the Tenor

15 October 1994
Bobby tries to get new members to join Baysides Glee Club, but doesn't have much success until the girls see the new hunk music teacher and all compete to win his affections. Meanwhile, Brian decides to join the Glee Club to be near Rachel, but he has no talent in singing so he asks Tommy, who turns out to have a great singing voice, to lip syn-ch for him, while Mr. Belding tries to prevent budget cuts from ending the Glee Club's run.

Season 2, Episode 12: Christmas in July

15 October 1994
Palisade Hills holds it's annual Christmas In July party, and Screech is worried about what to give Alison in a gift exchange. Bobby is worried about what to get Mr. Harrington, and Tommy worries about his present for Mr. Belding. Meanwhile, Megan protests the swimsuit portion of the Miss Snow Queen pageant.

Season 2, Episode 13: Bayside Story

22 October 1994
While Tommy, Lindsey, Bobby, Brian and the rest of the school get into spirit for Bayside's annual football game with Valley High, tensions are high when Megan begins dating a new guy, named Doug Parker, whom is the captain of Valley's football team. As a result of this 'Romeo and Juliet-type' romance, the whole gang joins forces to try to break them up, as well as try to steal Doug's football play book so Bayside's team can win.

Season 2, Episode 14: Farewell Dance

22 October 1994
The summer at Palisade Hills Country Club is over and it's time for the farewell formal dance. Rachel is sad to go, Megan doesn't have a date, Bobby want's a date so bad with a rich club member that he is willing to lie about being wealthy to get her. Meanwhile, Screech agonizes over Alison's acceptance to Gilliards School of Music in New York City and they must bid each other a proper farewell.

Season 2, Episode 15: A Perfect Lindsay

29 October 1994
In this episode that tackles the sensitive subject of anorexia nervosa, Lindsey becomes obsessed with losing weight in preparation when a local TV show, called "Club Jam" which will hold a dance contest at Bayside. Brian asks Rachel to be his dancing partner, while Bobby and Brian trick Megan's partner, Kent, to drop her so Bobby can go with Megan. But Bobby secretly reveals to Megan that he doesn't know how to dance.

Season 2, Episode 16: Back at the Ranch

29 October 1994
Mr. Belding treats the gang to a week-long trip to Gold Canyon Ranch, a dude ranch owned by Screech's Uncle Lester and his bullying son Clint. While Mr. Belding and Uncle Lester are away, the gang gets into trouble in the hills looking for gold.

Season 2, Episode 17: Wanna Bet?

5 November 1994
While Uncle Lester and Clint are away, Screech is put in charge of the dude ranch which leads to a quarrel between him and Mr. Belding over planing a square dance. Meanwhile, the gang looks to play poker with two strangers, named Bo and Travis, who appear to be easy marks. But who actually are a couple of clever con men, in which one of whom woos Megan to learn the gang's poker plans.

Season 2, Episode 18: Breaking Up

12 November 1994
Lindsay can't afford to get Tommy a birthday gift, so Brian and Bobby help her out by hijacking the school video project so she can do a video about Tommy. But their plan hits a snag when Brian's younger sister, Katie, and Tommy fall for each other, causing Lindsay and Tommy to break up for good.

Season 2, Episode 19: The Class of 2020

19 November 1994
It is the year 2020 and the graduating class of Bayside High sits in Principal Belding's office with an old Mr. Belding as they open a time capsule left behind by Bayside's graduating class of 1995. All time capsule stories from the Class of 1995 are told via flashbacks using clips from previous episodes (mostly from Season 2).

Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers
Jonathan Angel ... Tommy 'D' De Luca

Bianca Lawson ... Megan Jones

Natalia Cigliuti ... Lindsay Warner

Christian Oliver ... Brian Keller

Sarah Lancaster ... Rachel Meyers
Spankee Rodgers ... Robert 'Bobby' Wilson

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding

Eddie Allen ... Mr. McKenzie (archive footage)
Kevin Bell ... David Conrad (archive footage)
Raye Birk ... Superintendent (archive footage) (as Ray Birk)
Isaac Lidsky ... Barton 'Weasel' Wyzell (archive footage)
Jackie Stevens ... Claire (archive footage)
Ken Thorley ... Plumber (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 20: Drinking 101

19 November 1994
During a break in the school year, Mr. Belding takes Screech, the gang and some of the school members on a week-long school sponsored ski trip, but problems ensue with Brian's lack of attention to Rachel and Lindsay's attraction to a college boy named Chris, which prompt the girls to go to a frat party where Lindsay and Tommy have too much to drink and the results are Lindsay getting sick and Tommy breaking his leg after getting into an accident.

Season 2, Episode 21: Feuding Friends

26 November 1994
On the last day at the ski lodge, everything is perfect until Tommy (still incapacitated by his broken leg) and Megan to go out on a date, sparking hard feelings with Lindsay, Bobby, Rachel and even the neutral Brian who gets caught in the middle. Meanwhile, Screech doesn't know what he's getting himself into when he agrees to model for a thoughtless ski designer named Ramon-Ramon.

Season 2, Episode 22: To Cheat or Not to Cheat

3 December 1994
Rachel learns that she won't be able to go to Bayside's Annual Dance Ball unless she gets a 'C' in a history midterm, which leaves Brian in a dilemma when he sees a copy of the midterm and is tempted to give the answers to her, but it leaves Megan suspicious to how Rachel passed the test 100% which leaves Brian guilt-ridden. Meanwhile, Screech enlists the help of Bobby, Tommy, and Lindsay to help him impress Mr. Belding who must write an evaluation of Screech's work at Bayside for CU.

Season 2, Episode 23: The D Stands for Dropout

10 December 1994
Tommy D takes a job as an auto mechanic and enjoys his job so much that it interferes with his school work. So he decides to drop out which disappoints his father, Mr. Belding, and the gang. So, Screech decides to step in to make Tommy realizes how difficult it is living on his own.

Season 2, Episode 24: Goodbye Bayside: Part 1

24 December 1994
On Bayside's 40th anniversary, Rachel is running for Prom Queen and Bobby is running for Prom King. But everyone's plans are soon sidetracked when a wealthy industrialist and former alumni from Bayside, named Mr. McMillian, arrives when he decides to buy the school from the school board with the intention to demolish Bayside, meaning that the gang will be broken up and sent to other schools... including the hated Valley High.

Season 2, Episode 25: Belding's Prize

31 December 1994
Screech is supposed to mail Mr. Belding's application to join a well-known community of principals. But when Screech misses the deadline, he convinces Mr. Belding that he's been accepted to the society anyway: a scheme involving James the actor. Meanwhile, the gang tries to buy the Max's one millionth burger to win tickets for the MTV music awards.

Season 2, Episode 26: Goodbye Bayside: Part 2

31 December 1994
After finding out that McMillian had one girlfriend when he himself was a student at Bayside in 1959, Mr. Belding, Screech and the gang attempt to track her down in hopes that she will talk him out of demolishing Bayside. At Bayside's 1950's nostalgic prom, news of Bayside's immediate demise draws some of Bayside best known alumni, Zack, Lisa and even A.C. Slater, to help the new gang save the school.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Welcome to Bayside

9 September 1995
At the opening day of the new school year at Bayside, a flood of new transfer students from Valley comes to Bayside. They include prankster Ryan Parker, fame-seeking R.J. Collins, and Valley cheerleader Maria Lopez who are immediately at odds with Lindsey, Rachel and Tommy. Seeking popularity, Ryan schemes to make Maria the head cheerleader, R.J. the DJ for Bayside's radio and even asks Lindsey to the Welcome Back Dance while Tommy is trying to get back with her. But their feud threatens to engulf the whole school. Meanwhile, Mr. Belding asks Screech to hide cookies from him while he is on a diet.

Season 3, Episode 2: Love Bugs

9 September 1995
Both Tommy and Ryan bug Lindsey's slumber party using a $1,000 communication set, that Screech bought, to find out which one of them she likes the best to go out with him to a rock concert. When Screech breaks the set, Lindsey discovers the microphone and decides to set up whoever planted the bug, while Screech tries to find a way to tell Mr. Belding about the set breaking.

Season 3, Episode 3: Driving School

16 September 1995
Screech is assigned to teach drivers ed for the school. When Maria fails the class, she convinces a reluctant Screech to pass her so she can get a car for her 16th birthday. Meanwhile, Ryan, R.J. and Rachel plan to buy a car for themselves by scamming money from the school band, geeks and football hunks. They then must use the car they bought for the groups they scammed after Maria dents Mr. Belding's car while driving hers.

Season 3, Episode 4: What's the Problem

16 September 1995
Rachel reluctantly agrees to tutor Bayside's football star in history and soon discovers that he is suffering from dyslexia, which enables him not to see letters clearly. Meanwhile, Lindsey and Maria compete all-out with each other to be elected Homecoming Queen, while Screech loses the homecoming crown.

Season 3, Episode 5: Air Screech

30 September 1995
During a weekend at the Palisade Hills mall, Ryan schemes to win Lindsey's affections by teaming with R.J. in a get-rich-quick scheme to sell students custom-made "Air Screech" athletic shoes from the sporting goods store where Mr. Belding and Screech work. The sneakers are a big hit, until Mr. Belding finds out and puts his foot down.

Season 3, Episode 6: Big Screech on Campus

30 September 1995
The gang goes for a week-long study program at California University where Ryan helps Screech become reacquainted with his old fraternity Sigma Alpha in order to make Screech feel better after his former frat mates don't seem to care about him. Meanwhile, Rachel and Maria find themselves being wooed by the same guy from the fraternity, and Tommy ends up getting hypnotized after attending a psychics class.

Season 3, Episode 7: Maria's Movie Star

7 October 1995
During a three-day weekend at the mall, Maria meets and befriends Justin Wells, a teenage film star who asks her to keep his identity a secret so he can have a normal weekend for himself. Meanwhile, Screech gets various jobs around the mall to get money to pay for a new bicycle after the prized one disappears from the sporting goods shop.

Season 3, Episode 8: Acting Jealous

7 October 1995
Not everyone is having a ball in Screech's school production of "Cinderella," because Lindsay becomes jealous when her Prince Charming, Ryan, lands the lead opposite Rachel. Meanwhile, Screech and Mr. Belding quarrel over how to direct the play.

Season 3, Episode 9: Boundaries

14 October 1995
Rachel is date-raped at California University (where were Zack Morris and Company?) and makes up her mind what to do about it.

Season 3, Episode 10: Hollywood, Here He Is

14 October 1995
The gang assembles a news magazine program for Baysides new cable-TV station. But after a disastrous start, Ryan and the gang fake several events to boost the ratings. Meanwhile, a phony Hollywood talent agent comes to the school to sign up R.J. for a chance in show business.

Season 3, Episode 11: Ryan's Worst Nightmare

21 October 1995
Ryan goes out on a date with Lindsey when he should be at home studying for an important physics test. So, he tricks Screech into having a fire drill so he can avoid taking the test. But Screech turns on the sprinkler system which ruins the homecoming float the gang builds. When the gang and Mr. Belding find out that Ryan was responsible for the disaster, they all join forces to get back at him in a very cruel way.

Season 3, Episode 12: Prom Dates

21 October 1995
The Bayside Junior Prom arrives and Mr. Belding puts Screech in charge to reduce budget costs. Lindsey is asked to the prom by both Tommy and Ryan. So she must make a choice that will affect both of them. Meanwhile, R.J. asks the attractive Valerie to the prom, but her wary big brother warns R.J. not to touch her, and Rachel is depressed that no guy has asked her to the prom.

Season 3, Episode 13: Thomas D.

28 October 1995
After Tommy D falls for Nicole, a highly refined new classmate who is the new ballerina of Baysides ballet club, Ryan tutors him on the finer points of cultural comportment in hopes that Tommy romancing Nicole will lead to her wealthy father getting him, R.J. and Maria tickets for a MTV rock concert. Meanwhile, Screech mistakenly thinks Mr. Belding is dying after overhearing his phone conversation about increasing the amount of his life insurance policy.

Season 3, Episode 14: Fear of Falling

28 October 1995
A ankle injury during gymnastics practice on the uneven bars sidelines Lindsay and leaves her fearful to compete with the other girls. Meanwhile, Tommy becomes the water boy of the team after losing a bet with Rachel, and Ryan tries to make more people come to the gymnastics meet to keep it from going under by fabricating a story about Michael Jordan will be attending the gymnastics event at Bayside.

Season 3, Episode 15: The Principal's Principles

4 November 1995
Ryan secretly works behind everyone to get Tommy selected as principal during Student Teacher Week so that the gang can slack off by turning the school gym into a Bed and Breakfast for foreign tourists. Meanwhile, Rachel becomes the music teacher and has problems with the class slacking off than practicing for an important music concert.

Season 3, Episode 16: Screech's Millions

4 November 1995
Screech tries his luck at winning the lottery and the combination of his birthday and Mr. Belding's looks like that he won $2 million. Screech then lets the thought of wealth go to his head while the gang plans to uses his money to rent out the gym as an exercise place to make more money for themselves.

Season 3, Episode 17: My Best Friends

11 November 1995
At the Palisdes Mall, Rachel feels like she's the odd girl out when Lindsay starts getting real chummy with Maria. Meanwhile, Ryan gets a job at Mr. Belding and Screech's candy store so he can enter a shopping spree contest the mall is giving.

Season 3, Episode 18: Lindsay's Dilemma

11 November 1995
The gang goes to Screech's grandfather Eddie Powers Sleepy Mountain Ski Lodge for the Christmas holiday. With business slow and no snow on the ground, the gang becomes his volunteer staff, while Ryan plans to keep the guests there at any cost. Meanwhile, Lindsey's attraction to the young kitchen chef, Greg, cause her and Ryan to break up for good.

Season 3, Episode 19: Screech's Dream

18 November 1995
Screech is feeling that he's not important until he has a dream about the future that shows how important he really is at Bayside.

Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers (also archive footage)
Jonathan Angel ... Tommy 'D' De Luca (also archive footage)

Natalia Cigliuti ... Lindsay Warner (also archive footage)

Sarah Lancaster ... Rachel Meyers (also archive footage)

Richard Lee Jackson ... Ryan Parker (also archive footage)
Salim Grant ... R.J. 'Hollywood' Collins (also archive footage)

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (also archive footage) (as Samantha Becker)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding (also archive footage)

Mark Blankfield ... James (archive footage)
Jeffrey Howard ... Fuzzy Hammersley (archive footage)

Bianca Lawson ... Megan Jones (archive footage)

Christian Oliver ... Brian Keller (archive footage)

Robert Lyon Rasner ... Vern (archive footage)

Albie Selznick ... Gavin Malone (archive footage)

Season 3, Episode 20: R.J.'s Handicap

18 November 1995
Mr. Belding, Screech and the gang set sail for two months of ocean-going course work at sea on the S.S. Morning Star for the summer, where the gang proceeds to go overboard with slacking off than go to biology class. Meanwhile, R.J. meets Carla, a disabled girl in a wheelchair whom he regrets about asking her to the ship's dance.

Season 3, Episode 21: Casino ID's

25 November 1995
On the S.S. Morning Star, the gang bets they can make enough money to buy Mr. Belding a birthday present, if they score some fake ID's to get them into the ship casino. But when they do get in, greed takes over when Ryan loses all of the gang's money and he must think of something before Belding and the rest of the gang find out.

Season 3, Episode 22: Green Card

25 November 1995
On the last week on the S.S. Morning Star, Screech gets depressed after receiving a break-up letter from his girlfriend, Alison. The gang tries to cheer up Screech by setting him up with a beautiful German model, who turns out to be a gold digger plotting to marry him in order to get her Green Card.

Season 3, Episode 23: No Smoking

2 December 1995
At the Palisdes Mall, Lindsay takes up smoking, while Tommy tries to quit his own habit. When Ryan tries to warn Lindsay of the dangers of smoking cigarettes, she thinks he's just blowing smoke... like her. Meanwhile, Screech tries to boost business for the candy store during Mall Mania weekend by selling trick candy which Mr. Belding disapproves.

Season 3, Episode 24: The Fallout

2 December 1995
At the Sleepy Mountain Ski Lodge, Ryan has spent the whole week in his room brooding over his breakup with Lindsey who dumped him for the hotel chief Greg. However, Ryan tries to get back at Lindsey by trying to make her jealous when he brings another girl to show off to her. But the plan misfires with the rest of the gang caught in the middle while they are preparing to throw a birthday party for R.J. on the 21st. Meanwhile, Screech and Mr. Belding go on a overnight camping trip in the woods to be accepted into Eddie's Spotted Owl Men's Club.

Season 3, Episode 25: The Christmas Gift

9 December 1995
On Christmas Eve, Screech tries to prevent Mr. Belding from leaving the ski lodge after he invites Mrs. Belding to meet him for a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Tommy tries to help the new employee, Robin, by making her the head waitress so she can get all the tips to help her needy family.

Season 3, Episode 26: New Year's Resolution

9 December 1995
Screech is having trouble coming up with a New Year's resolution so the gang tries to help him out by sharing their own New Year's resolutions as told through a series of flashbacks from episodes of the past season.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Oh, Brother

7 September 1996
While Screech is secretly having his own balloon company, Brian is bummed by the coming of his stepbrother Nicky, who is stealing his popularity. The girls are trying to raise money for sport outfits.

Season 4, Episode 2: Unequal Opportunity

7 September 1996

Season 4, Episode 3: Backstage Pass

14 September 1996

Season 4, Episode 4: Baby Care

14 September 1996

Season 4, Episode 5: The Tall and the Short of It

21 September 1996

Season 4, Episode 6: Little Hero

21 September 1996

Season 4, Episode 7: Student Court

28 September 1996

Season 4, Episode 8: Fall Formal

28 September 1996

Season 4, Episode 9: Wrestling with Failure

5 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 10: To Tell the Truth

5 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 11: Renaissance Faire

12 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 12: The Last to Know

12 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 13: The Final Curtain

19 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 14: Hospital Blues

19 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 15: Trash TV

26 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 16: Karate Kids

26 October 1996

Season 4, Episode 17: Vote Screech

2 November 1996

Season 4, Episode 18: Campaign Fever

2 November 1996
Rachel needs some extra-curricular credits on her record, so she decides to run for student council president. The Drama Club is rehearsing a production of Bye Bye Birdie, but Mr. Belding informs them it must be canceled since the budget committee has cut the club's funding.

Season 4, Episode 19: The Wrong Stuff

9 November 1996

Season 4, Episode 20: Science Fair

9 November 1996

Season 4, Episode 21: The Fifth Wheel

16 November 1996

Season 4, Episode 22: The Kiss

16 November 1996

Season 4, Episode 23: Balancing Act

23 November 1996

Season 4, Episode 24: Stealing Screech

23 November 1996

Season 4, Episode 25: Fire at the Max Part 1

14 December 1996


Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers

Sarah Lancaster ... Rachel Meyers

Richard Lee Jackson ... Ryan Parker

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding

Alan Blumenfeld ... Mr. Russell
Rich Eames ... Richie
Marc Schillinger ... Glee Club #1

Josh Keaton ... Glee Club #2 (as Josh Weiner)
Shayne Benton ... Glee Club #3 (as Shane Benton)
Katharine Boyd ... Glee Club #4
Laura Lombardo ... Glee Club #5
Lisa Marie Buckley ... Glee Club #6
David Alexander ... Mr. Olsen
Clarissa Mancuso ... Mrs. Sarpa

Laura Galt ... Carrie
Aurick Canete ... Hubert
Jeffrey J. Sachs ... Man

Season 4, Episode 26: Fire at the Max: Part 2

14 December 1996


Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers (also archive footage)

Sarah Lancaster ... Rachel Meyers (also archive footage)

Richard Lee Jackson ... Ryan Parker (also archive footage)

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (also archive footage) (as Samantha Becker)
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina (also archive footage)
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little (also archive footage)

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson (also archive footage)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding (also archive footage)

Mario Lopez ... A.C. Slater (also archive footage) (as Mario López)

Alan Blumenfeld ... Mr. Russell

Ed Alonzo ... Max (archive footage) (uncredited)

Elizabeth Berkley ... Jessie Spano (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mark-Paul Gosselaar ... Zack Morris (archive footage) (uncredited)

Casey Kasem ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tiffani Thiessen ... Kelly Kapowski (archive footage) (uncredited)

Lark Voorhies ... Lisa Turtle (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Desperately Seeking Work

13 September 1997

Season 5, Episode 2: Suddenly Ryan

13 September 1997

Season 5, Episode 3: It's Not About Winning

20 September 1997

Season 5, Episode 4: Football & Physics

20 September 1997

Season 5, Episode 5: Highs and Lows

27 September 1997

Season 5, Episode 6: Letting Go

27 September 1997

Season 5, Episode 7: The Great Stain Robbery

4 October 1997

Season 5, Episode 8: Boy II Man

4 October 1997

Season 5, Episode 9: Big Sister Blues

11 October 1997

Season 5, Episode 10: Her Brother's Keeper

11 October 1997
Maria struggles to find - and keep - a job for her brother Tino, a fiasco-prone slacker. Meanwhile, Ryan coaches Eric for - and through - a trivia contest (for which Ryan is ineligible), with a new power-ski at stake.

Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers

Richard Lee Jackson ... Ryan Parker

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina

Ashley Tesoro ... Liz Miller (as Ashley Cafagna)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding
Harley Rodriguez ... Tino Lopez
Nick DeMauro ... Mr. Martoni

Shannon Cochran ... Mrs. Richards

Christopher Michael ... Supervisor
Penny Nickels ... Florence Beane
Nils Larsen ... Mookie Lester
Evan Gardner ... Student #1
Lindsey Arthur ... Super Soaker Girl (as Lindsay Arthur)

Season 5, Episode 11: Friends Behaving Badly

18 October 1997

Season 5, Episode 12: Secrets and Liz

18 October 1997

Season 5, Episode 13: A Tale of Two Siblings

25 October 1997

Season 5, Episode 14: Liz's Choice

25 October 1997

Season 5, Episode 15: State Champs

1 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 16: Screech and the Substitute

1 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 17: Love, Bayside Style

8 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 18: Foreign Behavior

8 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 19: Thanks for Giving

15 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 20: Foreign Affairs

15 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 21: Putting Up Walls

22 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 22: Goodbye Paris

22 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 23: Private Peterson

29 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 24: Into the Woods

29 November 1997

Season 5, Episode 25: Mission: Control

6 December 1997

Season 5, Episode 26: Forget and Forgive

6 December 1997


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Maria's Revenge

12 September 1998
A grudge against Bayside's newest student, who just transferred from rival Valley High, causes strife for all involved...until a lecture from guest star Kareem Abdul-Jabaar sets the record straight.

Season 6, Episode 2: Do the Write Thing

19 September 1998

Season 6, Episode 3: The Lyin' King

26 September 1998

Season 6, Episode 4: The Young and the Sleepless

3 October 1998

Season 6, Episode 5: Cigar Wars

10 October 1998


Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina

Ashley Tesoro ... Liz Miller (as Ashley Lyn Cafagna)
Tom Huntington ... Tony Dillon (as Tom Wade Huntington)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding

Ruta Lee ... Mrs. Gore
Russell Young ... Abe
Gil Lopez ... Chef (as Gilbert Lopez)
Scott Yaffe ... Announcer (voice)

Season 6, Episode 6: Win, Lose or Cheat

17 October 1998


Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina

Ashley Tesoro ... Liz Miller (as Ashley Lyn Cafagna)
Tom Huntington ... Tony Dillon (as Tom Wade Huntington)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding

Susan Wood ... Kitty Katz

Craig Susser ... Del Stevens
Jim Kratt ... Fang

Jennifer Hale ... Sue
Doug Johnson ... Bob
Ian M. Galespie ... Announcer (as Ian Galespie)

Kenya D. Williamson ... Amanda (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: Hands Off

24 October 1998

Season 6, Episode 8: Guess Who's Running the Max

31 October 1998


Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina

Ashley Tesoro ... Liz Miller (as Ashley Lyn Cafagna)
Tom Huntington ... Tony Dillon (as Tom Wade Huntington)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding

Kymberly Newberry ... Dr. Naughton

Greg Baker ... Mr. Ranaldi

Barry Livingston ... Mr. Green
Amelinda Embry ... Mrs. Caruso (as Amelinda Smith)

Season 6, Episode 9: Mind Games

7 November 1998

Season 6, Episode 10: Free for All

14 November 1998

Season 6, Episode 11: Loser

21 November 1998


Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina

Ashley Tesoro ... Liz Miller (as Ashley Lyn Cafagna)
Tom Huntington ... Tony Dillon (as Tom Wade Huntington)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding
Sidney Sharron ... Mr. Klopper
Karen Abercrombie ... Mrs. Payne (as Karen Elyse Abercrombie)

Kenya D. Williamson ... Amanda (as Kenya Williamson)

Taraji P. Henson ... Girl #3

Peter Antoniou ... Bad Guy 1997

Season 6, Episode 12: Bye-Bye Tony

28 November 1998

Season 6, Episode 13: Seasons Greed-ings

5 December 1998


Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Show Me the Money

11 September 1999

Season 7, Episode 2: Prescription for Trouble

18 September 1999

Season 7, Episode 3: ME TV

2 October 1999

Season 7, Episode 4: The Captain and Maria

9 October 1999

Season 7, Episode 5: Liz Burns Eric

16 October 1999

Season 7, Episode 6: The X-Friends Files

23 October 1999

Season 7, Episode 7: Don't Follow the Leader

30 October 1999

Season 7, Episode 8: A Mall Shook Up

6 November 1999


Dustin Diamond ... Samuel 'Screech' Powers

Samantha Esteban ... Maria Lopez (as Samantha Becker)
Anthony Harrell ... Eric Little

Lindsey McKeon ... Katie Peterson
Ben Gould ... Nicky Farina

Ashley Tesoro ... Liz Miller (as Ashley Lyn Cafagna)
Tom Huntington ... Tony Dillon (as Tom Wade Huntington)

Dennis Haskins ... Principal Richard Belding

Jerry Lacy ... Jack Trenton
Tim Wrightman ... John
James Paul Roeske II ... Matthew (as J.P. Roeske)
Daniel Escobar ... Mr. Carrey (as Daniel R. Escobar)

Susan Morgenstern ... Mayor
Christina Massari ... Alice

Pamela Gaye Walker ... Matthew's Mom (as Pamela Grace)
David Tuchman ... Lou
Ian M. Galespie ... Passerby (as Ian Galespie)
Penny Nickels ... Esmeralda
Megan Fox ... Dawn (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 9: Party Animals

13 November 1999

Season 7, Episode 10: The Last Prom

20 November 1999

Season 7, Episode 11: Mr. B. Goes to College

27 November 1999

Season 7, Episode 12: The Bell Tolls

4 December 1999
While the gang prepares for graduation, Katie and Nicky must break up. As a gift to Mr. Belding, every graduating Bayside senior is to wear a '68 logo on their gowns honoring Mr. Belding's graduating class. Maria enlists Tony and Eric to pick up the graduation gowns but disaster occurs when they accidentally spill ink all over the gowns!

Season 7, Episode 13: A Repair to Remember

8 January 2000


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