Good Morning, Miss Bliss (1987–1989)
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Pilot 

On the first day of school, Miss Carrie Bliss intervenes on behalf of a troubled new student and tries to balance her personal and professional lives. Meanwhile, her new husband, Charlie, struggles to accept her devotion to her career.

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Charles Siebert ...
Charlie Davis
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Lonnie Maple
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Bradley
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Adam Montcrief (as Brian Green)
Samantha Mills ...
Wendy
Matt Shakman ...
Georgie Winslow
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Bobby Wilson
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Michael Thompson
Britton Elliott ...
Janet Hillhurst
Danielle Rioux
Joshua Godard ...
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On the first day of school, Miss Carrie Bliss intervenes on behalf of a troubled new student and tries to balance her personal and professional lives. Meanwhile, her new husband, Charlie, struggles to accept her devotion to her career.

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Comedy | Family

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11 July 1987 (USA)  »

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The school featured in this pilot is a grade school as opposed to the Jr. High School that the actual series was set in. See more »

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References The Cosby Show (1984) See more »

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These Are the Best of Times
Lyrics by Mark Mueller
Music by Charles Fox
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Good Morning, Miss Bliss: Pilot (#1.0)
24 May 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is the end of summer holidays and Miss Bliss starts her new class. She is also married which upsets a young boy in her class who has a crush on her. There is also a new kid in the class who behaves badly. Turns out it is because his brother is dying. Miss Bliss helps him with his emotions.

This is the original pilot of the show that came before Saved by the Bell. In this episode it is all different characters and we will see none of these students again. It was fun to see all the stars as small kids and imagine what would have happened if they remained the main characters. There is Jonathan Brandis who already died by now. Jaleel White whom I didn't recognize and who was about to start Family Matters. In his case just like in case of Brian Austin Greene it is great that they didn't do this show but we got greater and bigger projects with them. Family Matters with a different Urkel just like Beverly Hills without Brian wouldn't be the same. Georgie is played by Matt Shakman who while stopped acting when he was a kid is still a big name and is a director of It's Always Funny these days. So yes, this episode is really worth watching just for everyone involved at such a young age.

One part that was funny in this episode is when the kids talk about music and one girl says Ozzy Osborne is dirty so the boy replies "This is why I like him". Hilarious!


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