The show originally took place in Indiana and was placed in California after its title change from "Good Morning, Miss Bliss." 4. There was only one classroom in Bayside High School, and it was rearranged for different scenes and subjects. The "Saved By The Bell" set still exists and can be seen in “That’s So Raven” and “i Carly.” 7. The show's creator, Peter Engel, didn't know the actor was only 12 when he was cast -- and Diamond wouldn't have gotten the job if Engel knew his correct age. Screech is the only character in every single original "SBTB" episode, spin-off of the series, and movie. Zack and Screech are the only two characters to appear in every single episode of the original show. Who's the best kisser: Mark-Paul Gosselaar or Jason Priestley? It depends on if you're asking a 16-year-old little girl, or someone a little bit older! I think they'd been pressuring us for the last couple years to do a reunion, and it felt like this was the right time to do it.I keep in contact with all three of those people - Mark-Paul, Mario [Lopez] and Elizabeth [Berkley] - and you'll actually see Mario and Elizabeth on Dinner at Tiffani's!
"I think they were touching on a subject that is sometimes popular - with kids dating people that are older or younger.Although people, that could have just been some majorly delayed puberty., every nostalgic 20-something’s favorite show, is coming back!, the actress chatted about the next season of her cooking series and how she "double-dates" with her old on-screen fling."Well, we have 16 episodes this year so we've got a bigger season which is really fun," Thiessen said. '"She added, "I've had some people look at me uncomfortable on a plane before."I can promise you all new recipes, ya know, of course and some returning guests! He and his beautiful wife come on and we have a double date that night."So cute! "I think it's funny that a new like generation of kids are constantly coming up every few years watching the re-runs! The only time it gets kind of tricky is when they pop off, and they're like, 'Woo!