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 ...
Zack and the gang encourages Screech to stand up to a 9th grade bully named Deke Simmons, unaware what causes the guy's rough exterior in which Miss Bliss learns that Deke is illiterate. Meanwhile, ...
Frank Lambert is a construction worker and a single father of 3 kids: J.T., Alicia "Al", and Brendan. Carol Foster, a beautician, also has 3 children: Dana, Karen, and Mark. After Frank and... See full summary »
The very first edition of the "Saved by the Bell" shows. Takes place at Indiana with a younger Zack Morris, Screech, and Lisa along with Mr. Belding. Nicole and Mikey, two other kids, also run around with Zack and the gang. Miss Bliss and Ms. Paladrino are the kids' teachers.Written by
The original pilot for Good Morning, Miss Bliss aired on July 11, 1987, on NBC (in The Facts of Life's time slot). It featured up-and-comers Brian Austin Green (who later got his big break on Beverly Hills, 90210) as Adam Montcrief, Jaleel White (who later got his big break on Family Matters) as Bobby Wilson, and Jonathan Brandis (who later got his big break on seaQuest DSV) as Michael Thompson. Brian Austin Green was, in essence, the "lead" student in the pilot, a particularly serious student, who wore business suits.
Several other characters from the series existed in the pilot but were played by different actors; Mr. Gerald Belding was played by Oliver Clark, and Miss Tina Paladrino was played by Maria O'Brien. Other characters include Gabriel Damon as Bradley; Samantha Mills as Wendy; Julie Ronnie as Lonnie Maple; Matt Shakman as Georgie Winslow; Charles Siebert as Charlie Davis; Britton Elliott as Janet Hillhurst; Josh Goddard as Steven; and Andrea Messersmith as Laurie. See more »
Good Morning, Miss Bliss is not as bad as people make it seem. It has plots similar to that of Saved by the Bell, with the exception of the romance but the major flaw that the show faces is humor. This is not a funny show! However, like SBTB the show does raise some questions like why does the Janitor hang out with the principal and teachers? Whatever the reasons I always like to ignore this show and just think of it as a rejected first draft.
6 of 14 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this