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"Good Morning, Miss Bliss" Parents and Teachers (1988)

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Sam Bobrick (creator)
Lawrence H. Levy (written by)
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Original Air Date:
28 December 1988 (Season 1, Episode 5)
During Student-Teacher week, Zack's divorced father, Peter Morris, is rekindling his old flame who happens to be Miss Bliss, much to Zack's chagrin. | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Gary Shimokawa 
Writing credits
Sam Bobrick (creator)

Lawrence H. Levy (written by)

Produced by
Franco Bario .... associate producer (as Franco E. Bario)
Peter Engel .... executive producer
David Garber .... supervising producer
Marica Govons .... producer
Bruce Kalish .... supervising producer (as Bruce E. Kalish)
Original Music by
Rich Eames 
Scott Gale 
Film Editing by
Sam Patterson 
Casting by
Shana Landsburg 
Art Direction by
Ken Johnson 
Costume Design by
Elizabeth Bass 
Production Management
Chris Conte .... senior unit manager
William F. Phillips .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Don Barnhart .... associate director
Rick Gough .... associate director
Sound Department
Jeffrey C. Smith .... audio (as Jeff Smith)
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Brown .... lighting consultant
John Conti .... lighting director
Other crew
Wanda Armstrong .... script coordinator
Bob Colleary .... creative consultant (as R.J. Colleary)
Greg D'Auria .... assistant to the producers
Ellen Deutsch .... production associate
Gisele Evans .... assistant to the producers
Mark Fetterman .... production coordinator
Sue Feyk .... assistant to the producers
Mickey Friedman .... assistant to the producers
Penelope Gottlieb .... title designer
Miguel Higuera .... technical director
Marybeth Maloney .... assistant to the producers
Michael Poryes .... executive story editor
Vince Poxon .... stage manager (as Vincent Poxon)
Dan Sachoff .... assistant to the producers
Jane E. Seidler .... stage manager
Jerry N. Siegel .... assistant to the producers
Mary Temkin .... script coordinator
Tom Tenowich .... creative consultant
Jake Weinberger .... executive story consultant
Mike Weinberger .... executive story consultant
Crew believed to be complete

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25 min

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Zack's worst nightmare, 26 November 2013
Author: callanvass from victoria b.c canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

It's the week that kids dread the most. The Parents meet their teachers, and needless to say… Zack is on the hot seat. Lisa is worried about her parents finding out she wears makeup. Nikki feels her parents will belittle and pressure her about her grades. Screech has been facetious and untruthful with his parents about his school accomplishments, but it's Zack who is in the most trouble when he finds out Miss Bliss is attracted to his father. He hides how upset he is, and tries to get back at Miss Bliss by skipping out on school to get concert ticket, and uses the situation to his advantage. Ah, man. I hated it when my parents met my teachers. There is this endless dread that is entrenched in the back of your mind. What are your teachers gonna say about you, will they reveal how incorrigible you've been with behavior? The scary possibilities frightened me, because I was so worried how my parents would deal with me. This episode did an excellent job of depicting that scenario. I also thought it was pretty ballsy to do the "Parent dates his teacher" storyline. It was pretty potent stuff, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar did a great job in his role. He conveyed all of his emotions very well. This episode is notable for Screech commencing his first ever infamous "Oops" line whenever he opens his big mouth to reveal what his friends are doing. Miss Bliss & Zack's relationship is a treat to watch, and genuine as well. You always have to put your kids and students first. It's just the way it is. I do have something that made me scratch my head. Lisa calls herself a natural beauty in this episode. While that is 100% true… why does she need makeup to augment her features? This is an excellent episode. See it!


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