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Saved By the Bell 8 Seasons

Season 3
4.4 out of 5 stars (17) IMDb 7/10

The third season of the hilarious hit series Saved By the Bell features the gang staging a rap version of Snow White and celebrating Lisa's Sweet Sixteen. Zack, Kelly, Slater, Screech, Jessie, and Lisa also face grown-up situations when they take their S.A.T's and film an anti-drug public service announcement with Brandon Tartikoff.

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Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez

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1. The Prom

Zack and Slater vie to take Kelly to the prom, but Kelly might not be able to go at all when she finds out her father has lost his job.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 8, 1990
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2. Zack's War

R.O.T.C. official comes to Bayside to recruit kids.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 15, 1990
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3. Save The Max

The kids have a radio-thon to raise money to save the Max.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: September 22, 1990
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4. Driver's Education

The kids get a lesson in the responsibility of driving a car. Jack Angeles stars as the teacher.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: September 29, 1990
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5. House Party

Screech's parents go out of town and leave Screech and Zack alone in the house. Ruth Buzzi stars as Screech's mom.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 6, 1990
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6. Blind Dates

Jessie and Zack both have blind dates. Jessie with a short guy from the Valley and Zack with Belding's niece who just happens to be coming to town the night of Kelly's Sweet Sixteen party.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 13, 1990
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7. Rent-A-Pop

Zack hires an actor to play his dad for a conference at school.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 20, 1990
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8. Miss Bayside

Zack enters Screech in a Homecoming Queen contest.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: October 27, 1990
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9. Jessie's Song

Jessie becomes hooked on caffeine pills to keep up with all of her activities.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 3, 1990
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10. Model Students

To make money, Zack sells calendars with pictures of the girls without their knowledge.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: November 10, 1990
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11. 1-900-Crushed

Zack and Slater get a 900 number and set up an advice hotline for teens.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: November 17, 1990
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12. Running Zach

Zack deals with the death of a friend for the first time when an Indian who was helping him with his class project passes away.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: November 24, 1990
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13. From Nurse To Worse

Zack asks Kelly to go steady -- but has a small change of heart when he meets the school nurse who's giving everyone flu shots. Nancy Valen stars as the nurse.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: December 15, 1990
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First of all, I'm an adult and don't really watch shows like this anymore but I did watch this show growing up and am reviewing it from the perspective of someone who can view this series with the nostalgia factor working for it. If you didn't grow up watching this show (and I admit, there can't be many people interested in this product who didn't), stop reading now and DON'T buy this set.

Saved By the Bell was a cheesy teen show with mediocre to bad acting, lazy (sometimes preachy) writing, and storylines that were seldom believable. That being said, as a kid, there was something about the original Saved By the Bell that hooked you in. There was just something about it that made even the preachy stories entertaining and as a kid you never noticed that the acting was subpar.

But all good things (and in this case, mediocre things) must come to an end and when the original series ended, the producers looked for a way to milk the Saved By the Bell franchise for all it was worth. Enter The New Class.

The concept was relatively simple. Mr. Belding remains at Bayside High and a brand new group of students emerges to seek adventure and fun. The first season began with a group of new kids....but somehow these kids didn't seem so new. Basically, all of the characters from season one of The New Class (sans Vicki, who doesn't seem too similar to any of the original characers) were clones of characters from the original. Scott was the new Zach. Tommy D was the new (dumber) Slater, etc. Right from the start, it was clear to all concerned that something wasn't working. No one wanted to see recycled storylines with clones in place of the originals. And I don't think I'm alone in thinking that Tommy D and Lindsay were terrible actors, even by teen show standards.
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Okay, so I admit I ONLY bought this episode to laugh at the 'addiction' Jesse had. Too bad this isn't the hardest things kids come up against in school nowadays.

But yes, this is my all time favorite episode and glad Amazon carries it.
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When you stop to consider the Saved By The Bell franchise spans 15-seasons across multiple spin-offs (Good Morning Miss Bliss, The College Years, The New Class and so on), it can be a bit confusing to put a sense of order into the many releases.

That said, The New Class Season 2 is, as the name suggests, the second season of The New Class and the eighth season of Saved By The Bell if you're using 1988's Good Morning Miss Bliss as a starting point.

Season 2 originally aired between 1994-1995 Saturday mornings on NBC and is typically regarded as a low point of the whole franchise. When the original gang moved on, NBC had contracted just two seasons of The New Class as well as two seasons of The College Years for prime time. When fans rejected the first season of The New Class, some pretty drastic changes were made during the off-season. In fact ½ of season one's cast were swapped out and the big addition was the original show's geek Screech (Dustin Diamond) was brought on board in effort to bridge the gap between The New Class and The College Years; where he was simultaneously starring.

I have to admit that the first few episodes of Season 2 are downright painful to behold, even now where the sting of losing the beloved original gang has long since faded. The acting is downright abysmal, the performances stiff and the jokes pretty forced. Many lines are butchered or fumbled yet remain in the final production cuts; leading one to suspect that dozens of retakes must have been standard fair in the show's filming.

Fortunately by about the midway point of the season, the acting (and perhaps more important, interaction between characters) really starts to find its rhythm.
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Saved by the bell the new class is a awsome tv show to watch!

its like wakeing up on saturday morning and eating pancakes and watching saved by the bell the new class!

I really miss seeing it on TNBC on saturday mornings!

The last time i saw it was when the max burn down! in 1996 was the last time i watched saved by the bell the new class!
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After a shaky Season 1 start, Mr. Belding and the new class (with three newer faces) return with Saved By The Bell: The New Class - Season 2. Gone are Scott Erickson, "Weasel" Wyzell, and Vicki Needleman. Replacing them are Swiss Brian Keller (Christian Oliver), African American Bobby Wilson (Spankee Rogers), and bubbly blonde Rachel Meyers (Sarah Lancaster from Season 1 episode "Swap Meet"). While a welcome change over the previous season, the biggest change however was the addition of original series cast member Dustin Diamond as Samuel "Screech" Powers, fresh from then-recently-ended other "Bell" spin-off Saved By The Bell - The College Years. On a work study program, Screech (bridging the gap between the new class and the original) served as both administrative assistant to Mr. Belding and as confidant, patsy, and sometimes voice of reason to the new class. Diamond would go for broke with the Screech role in following seasons, playing the character in a humorously over-the-top manner. Activities outside of the school for the gang include jobs at the Palisades Hills Country Club and trips to a ski lodge and a dude ranch.Read more ›
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