Zack and Nikki are fighting when then they're partnered for a class project making things worse for both of them. Meanwhile, Tina moves in with Miss Bliss after her boyfriend dumps her and she quickly drives Miss Bliss crazy.

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Zack and Nikki are fighting when then they're partnered for a class project making things worse for both of them. Meanwhile, Tina moves in with Miss Bliss after her boyfriend dumps her and she quickly drives Miss Bliss crazy.

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18 February 1989 (USA)  »

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Miss Bliss picks up an old-fashioned telephone that has a base with a mouthpiece and a separate hand held earpiece. At first, she speaks into the earpiece and holds the mouthpiece up to her ear. After a couple sentences, she switches them to their correct configuration. See more »

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References The Parent Trap (1961) See more »

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The Best Of Times
Lyrics by Mark Mueller
Music by Charles Fox
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Too much Tina ruins a potentially memorable episode
5 December 2013 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Zack and Tina are constantly quarreling, and things get even worse, when Bliss assigns them together for a school project. Miss Bliss gets an unwarranted visit late at night from her friend Tina, because Tina got kicked out by her boyfriend. Tina drives Miss Bliss crazy. She ruins china-ware, makes Bliss have cold showers, and is a disaster in all areas. Miss Bliss can't take it anymore, and asks Tina to stay somewhere else. This upsets Tina very much, and she starts neglecting Miss Bliss. Far from terrible, but most likely the worst episode in this series, and it's rated as low as 5.9 for a reason. Let me begin by stating the obvious. I can't stand Tina's abrasively, annoying character, and felt she was a pointless addition to this show. She brings no positive or negative heat. For some inexplicable reason, the writers insisted on making her a focal point for this episode, much to my heavy chagrin. There was at least 5 or 6 occasions I yelled "F off" at her unbearable attitude. If I was Miss Bliss, I'd let her have it in a verbal way, she'd never forget. I don't care if they made up in this episode, Tina's actions are deplorable, and she's impossible to like. I don't want total decorum or anything, just interesting characters. She singled handedly ruined this episode for me. Zack and Tina's arguments aren't that interesting in the whole scheme of things, so this is the first episode I have truly not cared for. I find Mark-Paul Gosselaar to be one of the most charismatic television actors for his age, but even he can't save this episode. This tries to convey a message that you should work things out, before things get out of control. That is very true, but it's done in a mundane and annoying manner, thanks to dull material, and the annoying Tina

5.3/10


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