Zack bets with Nikki that he can kiss a 17-year-old pop singer, named Stevie who is giving her final performance at J.F.K. So, Zack pretends that he's dying to get it and fools nearly ... See full summary »

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Zack bets with Nikki that he can kiss a 17-year-old pop singer, named Stevie who is giving her final performance at J.F.K. So, Zack pretends that he's dying to get it and fools nearly everyone... except Miss Bliss who knows Zack's reputation as a compulsive and pathological liar. Meanwhile, Stevie stays with her favorite old teacher: Miss Bliss. Written by Anonymous

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4 March 1989 (USA)  »

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References The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986) See more »

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Notre Dame Victory March
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Written by John F. Shea and Michael J. Shea
Performed by Suzanne Tara
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Stevie (#1.11)
25 May 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Stevie who is a star and went to their school comes to make a performance where her career started. She is also retiring to go to college. Zack makes a bet with Nikki that he will kiss Stevie and pretends that he is dying. But Miss Bliss catches him. He ends up meeting Colleen who is actually Stevie without make up and she gives him a kiss. But he doesn't know that it is her and still loses the bet.

A very entertaining episode. Stevie is all dressed up like the stars from that time which is very entertaining and she indeed looks very different when one sees her with her normal hair. I wonder what Suzanne Tara did with her life since her acting career didn't really proceed. She was pretty good in this episode. And the scene at the end when Zack figures out who she is was great.


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