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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 episodes are included in the syndication package for "Saved By The Bell". Zack Morris makes an appearance before the opening credits to explain the show takes place when the gang was in Junior High. See more »
I watch Saved by the Bell every morning, and for a while, I noticed that there was no Slater, Kelly, or Jessie. And that's just weird. Because Saved by the Bell always had those people, and this show, called "Saved by the Bell" did not.
I really didn't enjoy this version. There were two students who didn't even make it to the actual show, and that's lame.
Anyway, it's 7AM, and I'm missing Saved by the Bell, the one where Kelly has to pick between Zack and Slater to take to the dance (It's a pretty old one, Slater just showed up at Bayside yesterday), so I have to go.
What do you all think of this show as it related to the actual show Saved by the Bell, you know, the one that got super popular in the early 90s and that we all grew up on?
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