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Saved by the Bell: The College Years

Baysiders Zack, Slater, Screech and Kelly are now freshmen at California University after leaving high school---and 'Saved by the Bell'---behind. However, their prime-time higher-education stay was not nearly as successful with viewers as their high-school (more…)

Premiered: September 14, 1993

Rating: TV-G

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Wedding Plans Season 1, Episode 19 Feb 8, 1994 $1.99

Zack and Kelly make plans for their wedding. Lisa, Leslie and Alex fight to be the maid of honor, and Zack chooses Screech as his best man, because Slater thinks the wedding is a bad idea.

Marry Me Season 1, Episode 18 Feb 8, 1994 $1.99

Kelly is accepted to the Semester on the Sea program, which involves a three-month cruise. Zack doesn't want Kelly to go, but she feels it's an opportunity she can't pass up. Zack has a dream that Kelly is with another guy and asks her to marry him.

Love And Death Season 1, Episode 17 Jan 22, 1994 $1.99

The gang is shocked by the death of a popular teacher. Meanwhile Zack takes desperate risks to get Kelly to say that she still loves him.

Bedside Manner Season 1, Episode 16 Jan 11, 1994 $1.99

Zack gets a job at the health center to get close to Kelly. Unfortunately, Professor Lasky winds up there as well.

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  • Premiered: September 14, 1993
  • Rating: TV-G
  • User Rating:4 out of 5 (14 ratings)
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  • Premise: Baysiders Zack, Slater, Screech and Kelly are now freshmen at California University after leaving high school---and 'Saved by the Bell'---behind. However, their prime-time higher-education stay was not nearly as successful with viewers as their high-school… (more)

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