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At the bathroom mirror, Nikki says "I'm a killer southpaw." But when talking to Zack in the hall, she threw him a baseball right-handed.
Zack goes into class with barely nothing but a pair of shorts. Since when did schools allow students to go around campus with nothing on but a pair of shorts, a wacky hat and a towel?
In many scenes of this episode, there are posters of Stevie. The outfit that Stevie wears in the posters is the same outfit Stevie wears during the middle scenes of this episode.
It is Hoosier Harvest Week. The term "Hoosier" is a nick name for those from the state of Indiana.
In the Webster's Third International Dictionary, 1976, the definition of hoosier is:
1: an awkward, unhandy, or unskilled person; especially: an ignorant rustic.
In the Dictionary of American Regional English, the definition of hoosier is: A hillbilly or rustic; an unmannerly or objectionable person.
A goof with the trick Mr. Belding attempted to play on Miss Bliss.
Answer to above: If the Bliss character is Roman Catholic, then it is a logical response, as the RC enumeration of the Decalogue has the Murder Commandment as the fifth.
The Jewish and traditional Protestant enumeration have the Murder Commandment as the sixth.
When Miss Bliss asks what the 5th amendment is, Screech replies "Thou shalt not kill" and Bliss responds with "That's the 5th commandment." Actually, it is the 6th commandment. The 5th commandment is "Honor thy father and mother."
Mr. Belding and Miss Bliss have worked together for 11 years according to Mr. Belding in this episode.
On this episode near the beginning you can notice that on the board American is spelled as Amesican, clearly it was supposed to say Famous American Inventions
Nicki refers to Zack about his little sister, on Saved By The Bell he's an only child.
In this episode Zack's dad is called Peter, and Zack's parents are divorced. After the show became Saved by the Bell and moved to NBC on Saturday mornings, Zack's Dad's name is Derek and his parents are still together.
Goof: Miss Bliss mentions that the love letters to Lisa and Zack and Screech's term papers were all written on the same typewriter. Since Zack wrote the love letters and Screech wrote the term papers, they could not have used the same typewriter unless Zack and Screech share a typewriter between them.
The original theme song for Good Morning Miss Bliss was much different than the regular Saved By the Bell theme, which is used in reruns. It was called "These Are The Best of Times". The lyrics are:
(Sung by male singer) Standing on the edge, there's no way of knowing.
(Sung by female singer)What lies ahead or where the road is going.
(Sung by male singer)So if our heart is smart, it won't wait for life to start.
(Sung by male and female singer) Then I'll meet you somehow, I know tomorrow's here and now. These are the best of times, they'll stand the test of time. We don't need the years to show, what our hearts already know. These are the best of times, they'll stand the test of time. Though it's an uphill climb, I know we'll find a way to make each day, the best of times.
For the part of Mr. Richard Belding they originally were looking for someone who was African American and over 50 years old.
The role of Lisa Turtle was originally conceived as a Jewish white girl from Long Island.