Kelly and Jessie abruptly left the group during the fourth and last season of Saved by the Bell, and newcomer Tori Scott was cast in their place. Saved the Bell, which premiered in August 1989, was really a reboot of a short-lived show called Good Morning, Miss Bliss, which focused on Hayley Mills’ eponymous instructor. When that project fizzled, the concept was reworked into what fans know today, with just four existing characters – Zack, Screech, Lisa, and Mr. Belding – making the switch.
The pilot for Good Morning, Miss Bliss, a teen sitcom starring Hayley Mills (The Parent Trap and Pollyanna) as sixth grade teacher Miss Bliss, aired on NBC in 1987. Brian Austin Green (who would go on to feature opposite Tiffani Amber Thiessen on Beverly Hills, 90210), Jaleel White (from Family Matters), and Jonathan Brandis (from seaQuest DSV) were the primary pupils in the pilot, which only aired once on NBC.
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Daisy (Haskiri Velazquez) is looking forward to go back to school after missing a year due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Aisha (Alycia Pascual-Pea) is sent into a tailspin when her freshman year’s one saving grace, football, is shut down. Lexi (Josie Totah) and Jamie (Belmont Cameli) negotiate a relationship based primarily on messaging and the internet. Meanwhile, in their personal lives, the two are forced to deal with situations beyond their control.
Devante (Dexter Darden) enters into a new romance with Nadia, a wealthy Bayside student (Mariah Iman Wilson). And Mac (Mitchell Hoog) is up to no good attempting to get away from his father’s huge shadow. Meanwhile, as everybody enters a new chapter in their lives, the grownups and former Bayside gang lament on their sentiments.
Peter Engel understood when he cast Good Morning, Miss Bliss that the show’s success would be determined by her students, not Miss Bliss herself. Zack Morris, in particular, was envisioned by Engel as “the incorrigible child who could lie to your face, letting you know very well that he’s lying, and still make you adore him for it.”
Zack Morris was one of the most difficult roles to cast, despite Engel’s insistence that the show couldn’t go on without him. Shana Landsburg, Engel’s casting director, eventually met fourteen-year-old Mark-Paul Gosselaar and was immediately taken with the teen’s charisma, charm, and good looks. Gosselaar was cast in the part after a fast read-through.
This ensemble cast outperforms itself once more. They’re totally enthralling. Daisy, played by Velazquez, is a lively leading lady who is as ambitious as ever. Daisy is pushed in different directions, allowing her to grow as a person while also accepting that “perfection” isn’t everything. Totah is pure brilliance, as her hilarious timing and razor-sharp tongue are on full show once more.
Lexi’s character development from season one continues in this season, and as the layers are peeled away, Lexi becomes immensely more intriguing and complicated. When football is taken away from Aisha, she is confronted with new difficulties that test her super-competitive personality and sense of self.
NBC opted to quadruple their episode order after filming Saved by the Bell’s last season, but before the episodes aired, a decision that would necessitate re-signing the whole group. Thiessen and Berkley refused to renew their contracts, despite the fact that the bulk of the cast did. Tori Scott has arrived.
To address the dearth of female leads—and a love interest for Zack—the production developed a new character, Tori Scott, a difficult new student (played by Leanna Creel). Tori joined the gang without explanation, and Kelly and Jessie were never mentioned again. That is, until you graduate.
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At the start of their senior year, Zack and Slater had a falling out over a new lady. Students take on the role of instructor, which works until Slater requests special attention. Screech’s spaghetti sauce brings him fame and the affection of a snobby lady (Soleil Moon Frye), but the sauce is hotter than he expects.
When Lisa leads a dance committee, she alienates her friends, and Zack feels threatened by a new student (Leanna Creel). Screech and Zack have their hearts set on Lisa (Lark Voorhies). Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Dustin Diamond Zack becomes the champion of the disabled once a phone line for teen therapy is established.
Zack thinks he’s secured a terrific bargain on class rings with sleazy ring dealer Gem Diamond. The rings are shown to be phoney gold, turning the entire school’s fingers green.
A Bayside alumnus donates money to the school in his bequest. The males want to put the money toward boy’s sports, while the girls want to put it toward girl’s sports. A rivalry begins between the females and the lads to decide how the money would be spent.
J.B. Slater, Slater’s sister, arrives to town for a visit, and Zack is interested in dating her. Slater attempts to stop it, but it nearly destroys his relationship with Zack and his sister. Tori, Zack, and Mrs. Belding are stuck in the faculty elevator after an earthquake. Mrs. Belding goes into labour, and Zack and Tori are tasked with assisting her in the delivery of the baby.
Clips from the Malibu Sands episodes are included in this compilation episode.
The students want to leave a lasting impression on Bayside, so they decide to hold a competition to create a new school song. When Danielle, a college girl, visits to The Max to use the phone, Zack falls for her. He conjures up false I.D.s and lies about his age to impress her.
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Producers recognised they needed new Saved by the Bell characters to replace the Kelly and Jessie-sized void in the ensemble at this time, but recasting the characters made little sense. As a result, Tori Scott was born, a tough-guy biker who at first didn’t care for Zack’s antics, but eventually warmed up to him and began dating him. Kelly and Jessie were merely in separate courses with Zack, Screech, Slater, and Lisa, and were still engaging with them off-screen, was the only genuine explanation ever supplied for the absent characters.