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Pop culture pop quiz thread

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Johnny Dangerously, Jun 22, 2007.

  1. Johnny Dangerously

    Johnny Dangerously Well-Known Member

    OK, I'm stunned nobody here got this one. I thought it was an easy one.

    "Isn't She Lovely" by Stevie Wonder

    (and the exchange in the song is much more innocent than it reads)
  2. mike311gd

    mike311gd Active Member


    According to The Saved By The Bell Web:

    "Indeed, Good Morning, Miss Bliss (GMMB for short) was originally conceived as a vehicle for Hayley Mills, a popular actress who had done many previous movies for Disney. Mills played the character of a widowed junior high school teacher, Miss Carrie Bliss, and the show was mostly about her experiences as a teacher (as well as her hapless love life!). (Some people (e.g. Don Bagert) think that the "Miss Bliss as a widow" storyline of later GMMB episodes is still consistent with the 'newlywed' storyline from the pilot, and they believe that the GMMB episodes with Zack, et al. took place a year after the pilot episode.) This was the first incarnation of "Saved by the Bell".

    The setting for the show was John F. Kennedy Junior High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. For the remainder of GMMB's run, Zack (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), Screech (Dustin Diamond), Lisa (Lark Voorhies) and Principal Richard Belding (Dennis Haskins) were the other main characters in the show. However, there were still other characters (e.g. Nikki, Mikey, Tina and Milo) in the show who were never in later seasons of the Saved by the Bell show. Also, the focus of GMMB was Miss Bliss first, and basically Zack Morris second. The show was produced by Peter Engel, and William F. Phillips was the Executive in Charge of Production."

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