Saved By The Bell: Season 2 (1990)
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Saved By The Bell: Season 2 (1990)

TV-PG 13 Episodes
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Episodes:
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Zack and Kelly plan to go to the prom together, but then her dad loses his job and she decides that she shouldn't spend any money on the prom; Screech asks Lisa to the movies; Slater and Jessie decide to go to the prom together.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Mr. Belding tries to change Zack by forcing him to join the Army Cadet Corps. Zack manages to get the others to join with him. After they aren't ready for the competition, he leaves them high and dry. Will he help out when the times comes?
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Zack and Screech discover the room where Bayside High's radio station, KKTY, was housed. The gang begs to put the station back on air, which had been shut down due to the antics of Richard "The Big Bopper" Belding when he was a student.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Zack, fearing that if Slater could drive that Kelly would rather go out with him, plots to make Slater fail his driver's test. Slater ends up having an accident and a locker falls on Kelly and when she realizes who was behind it, she makes it worse than it really is.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Screech's parents leave for Graceland. While they are gone the gang accidentally breaks his mother's Elvis statue. With only a little money, they decide to hold a party to get a new statue before his mother finds out.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Zack is made to take out Principal Belding's niece. However, Zack gets Screech to pretend to be him for the date, so that he's free to go to Kelly's party. Lisa finds a bloke to go on a date with Jessie but apparently for her, size matters.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
The gang decides to hold a carnival to raise money for a ski trip. Zack has been failing so Belding calls a meeting for Zack and his dad. Zack hires an actor so that Belding won't be able to call on his dad again.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Zack bets Slater that he can guarantee the winner of the Miss Bayside Beauty Pageant, but Slater bets that Screech will win. Jessie protests about the pageant but thinks that a male winner wouldn't be that bad after all.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Jessie is under pressure with midterms and her own singing group so she turns to caffeine pills, ignoring Slater's warning that the pills are hazardous to her health. When Zack finds out he cancels her performance and rushes to her side.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Zack convinces Belding to fire the nerds who own the student store. The gang reopens the store but unfortunately no one wants to come in, so Zack and Screech secretly take pictures of the girl's swim team and Kelly is invited to a model shoot out, which leaves Zach out in the cold.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Zack comes up with a plan to make money, a 900 phone line called "Teen Line" (or "the Lisa Line") where Lisa gives advice to callers; when Zack won't pay, Lisa quits and Zack is forced to run the line by himself. Kelly's sister Nicki has a crush on Zack and calls the Teen Line for advice, but Zack gives her the wrong advice and he ends up having to deal with the consequences.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Zack fails a test. If he does it again, he's off the track team. His teacher arranges a tutor for Zack who is a Native American. Zack soon learns about his own heritage but doesn't feel like going to the rally when tragedy strikes.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Zack asks Kelly to go steady, but then he falls for the new school nurse. When everyone finds out, they get the nurse's help to set up Zack so he'll go back to Kelly.
Meet young Zack Morris, perhaps the most enterprising student at the Bayside School in Palisades, California. By Zack's own admission, he loves school... too bad that classes get in the way. Zack sees himself as a heartthrob, and vies with new student A.C… View More
Genres Comedy
Director Don Barnhart
Starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Dennis Haskins, Lark Voorhies, Dustin Diamond View More
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Meet young Zack Morris, perhaps the most enterprising student at the Bayside School in Palisades, California. By Zack's own admission, he loves school... too bad that classes get in the way. Zack sees himself as a heartthrob, and vies with new student A.C. Slater for the attentions of Kelly, the prettiest girl in the school. Often involved in their outlandish plots are Screech, the class clown and electronics genius, and Lisa, the school's fashion plate.
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Movie Details

Genres Comedy
Director Don Barnhart
Starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Dennis Haskins, Lark Voorhies, Dustin Diamond, Tiffani Thiessen, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley
Studio Name Universal Studios
Release Date 1990
VUDU Release Date 02/14/2014
Rating TV-PG About Ratings
Episodes 13 episodes
Language English

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