Good Morning, Miss Bliss: Season 1, Episode 10

Practical Jokes (25 Feb. 1989)

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From junior-high days: Screech is "tried" for pulling a prank on Miss Bliss (Hayley Mills). Dustin Diamond, Mark-Paul Gosselaar.



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From junior-high days: Screech is "tried" for pulling a prank on Miss Bliss (Hayley Mills). Dustin Diamond, Mark-Paul Gosselaar.

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Bliss does Judge Judy
7 December 2013 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Zack and the gang have never successfully pulled a prank on their beloved Miss Bliss. As a matter of fact, nobody in history has managed to pull a prank on Miss Bliss. They try everything, but Miss Bliss won't fall for it. Miss Bliss says the shenanigans have to stop. Someone puts paint on Miss Bliss's chair, and Screech is held as the prime suspect. They decide to reveal the culprit in a court of law style. THANKFULLY, unlike the previous episode, Tina's role is extremely limited in this episode, as is another pointless character, Milo. I've never been into pranks very much, myself, so perhaps others will get more out of this episode. It's clever, entertaining, witty, and really likable. My problem is that the trial gets to be a bit draggy at times. Lisa is very funny as the witness, but I felt it began to lose its luster after awhile. This episode has a great twist ending. It throws in a good message about how your education should come first, before anything else. The teenage characters don't have much to do, aside from Screech & Zack. I like this episode, but it does get draggy a bit. Hayley Mills plays a great judge


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