Good Morning, Miss Bliss: Season 1, Episode 12

Clubs and Cliques (11 Mar. 1989)

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Zack is invited into joining a "cool club," by two high school guys, unaware that he is the victim of a prank, which nearly costs him his friends when he's forced to bully and humiliate ... See full summary »



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Zack is invited into joining a "cool club," by two high school guys, unaware that he is the victim of a prank, which nearly costs him his friends when he's forced to bully and humiliate them. Meanwhile, Miss Bliss becomes principal for the week and Mr. Belding gets to teach her class. Written by Anonymous

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Rigmas, together forever
25 December 2013 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Zack feels pressure to join the clique known as the "Rigmas" They are a grade above Zack, and Zack wants to be like them. In order to join the Rigmas, Zack has to go through some harsh tests, even if it means betraying his friends in the process, which almost costs him his friends. Meanwhile, Miss Bliss & Mr. Belding agree to switch jobs for a week. This show was really starting to kick into gear consistently. It has the patented humor, the powerful messages, and basically everything Saved by The Bell did so well. This episode presents a very uncomfortable and sadly never ending subject, such as bullying. There is far too much bullying going around. The pressure to do outlandish things in high school to stand out and look cool still happens to this very day. This episode explored these issues extremely well. Mark-Paul Gosselaar was only scratching the surface of how far he would go in the next few years. I'm a humongous fan of the Zack Morris persona, but even he angered me with how much of a coward he was in this episode. That was the exact point and it delivered the point well. Bliss & Belding are a bit of an afterthought in this episode, but they do have a prominent storyline, but it's more for comedic effect. In the end, Zack learns a very valuable lesson. What you have in front of you is what matters. You should not do foolish things just to be accepted. Your friends are the most important.


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