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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The title of this episode, "Let's Get Together," is the same as the title of the song that Hayley Mills sang in _The Parent Trap (1961) _. See more »

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References The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986) See more »

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The Best Of Times
Lyrics by Mark Mueller
Music by Charles Fox
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Deskarosis
19 December 2013 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

A student turned celebrity, named Stevie is a famous 17 year old pop singer. Zack presumptuously makes a bet with Nikki that he can kiss her. The problem is that Steve is retiring from singing, and she is giving her final performance at JFK to attend Notre Dame. Zack comes up with a falsity that he's dying. Mr. Belding believes the lie, and Stevie believes the lie, but not Miss Bliss. Bliss is far too familiar with Zack's history. Meanwhile, we find out Stevie's real name is Colleen Morton, and she's staying at Miss Bliss's house. I love this episode. This show was really starting to hit its stride, and really beginning to show the aspects that made Saved by The Bell such a hit. I realize this is a prequel to Saved by The Bell, but this episode felt like one that could have been a SBTB episode with how it was done. Zack is at his manipulative best here. He does all the things we would come to know and love. Faking a death might be a touchy issue to some, but it's done in a comedic way, so that atones for it in my opinion. Suzanne Tara (Stevie) is one of the most gorgeous women I've ever seen in my life, even for her age at this juncture. She had it all. Her subtle storyline with Zack in this movie is adorable. Zack's reactions around her are priceless. The ending is absolutely amazing, and makes me grin like an idiot every time. It has an amazing guest star, the storyline is top notch, and it has everything going for it. This is by far the best episode on Good Morning Miss Bliss.

10/10

Favorite Quotes

Mr. Belding: And, if it means anything to you, I am removing every mark from your black record. Zack: Well, I hope you have a big eraser

(Colleen planting a kiss on Zack) Zack : Stevie, who?


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