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Season 3 (Grade 11)

11.1: "The Last Dance" - Airdate: 9/14/91

The Costume Ball is coming up and Zack and Kelly plan to go as Romeo and Juliet. Kelly gets a job at the Max, and her boss, Jeff, comes between her and Zack and they break up. (In this episode, we see the gang's band, Zack Attack, sing "Love Me Now" and "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You?" but here Jessie is the lead singer, and Kelly is not in the band, and in one scene, Ollie is on drums.)

Guest starring: Patrick Muldoon (Austin on Days of Our Lives) as Jeffrey Hunter and Scott Wolf (uncredited)

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11.2: "The Aftermath" - Airdate: 9/21/91

Zack is upset at Kelly after their breakup and tries to make her feel bad. The gang is caught in the middle. Lisa plans her Sweet Sixteen party. (The final scene with Zack is used in the opening credits for Mark-Paul Gosselaar.)

Guest starring: Patrick Muldoon as Jeffrey Hunter and Pamela Kosh as Miss Simpson

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11.3: "Operation Zack" - Airdate: 9/28/91

Right before a big basketball game, Mr. Belding runs into Zack and hurts his knee. Zack has to have surgery to repair the torn cartilage. Lisa begins volunteering at the hospital.

Guest starring: Susan Beaubian as Dr. Judy Turtle

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11.7: "Wicked Stepbrother 1" - Airdate: 10/2/91

Part 1: After Jessie's Mom remarries, Jessie's step-brother, Eric, arrives in town from NYC, and he has more than just Jessie annoyed when he uses blackmail to get what he wants from the gang. (Zack uses a "time out.")

Guest starring: Josh Hoffman as Eric Tramer and Bernard Hiller as Mr. Sachs

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11.8: "Wicked Stepbrother 2" - Airdate: 10/2/91

Part 2: After Eric causes Lisa to wreck Belding's car, he tries to prevent Zack and Slater from repairing it so he can continue to use the accident as blackmail. (Kelly is absent from this episode.)

Guest starring: Josh Hoffman as Eric Tramer, Bernard Hiller as Mr. Sachs and Monty Hoffman as Mr. Sonski

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11.4: "Check Your Mate" - Airdate: 10/5/91

It's the chess championship against Valley and Zack and Slater bet $300 that Screech will win. When some Valley students steal Screech's lucky beret, Zack and Slater retaliate by stealing Screech's opponent.

Guest starring: Tori Spelling as Violet Bickerstaff, Matthew Kaminsky as Peter Breschnev and Hilary Hayes as Allison Fox

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11.5: "Fake IDs" - Airdate: 10/19/91

Zack meets a college girl and tells her he goes to USC and is studying photojournalism. Screech makes fake IDs and the guys sneak out to meet her at the over-18 nightclub "The Attic." They're in for a surprise when it turns out Kelly's boyfriend Jeff also likes hanging out there...without Kelly.

Guest starring: Patrick Muldoon as Jeffrey Hunter, Melody Rogers as Mrs. Melanie Morris and Julie St. Claire as Danielle

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11.6: "Pipe Dreams" - Airdate: 10/26/91

The gang does a biology project with the animals in the pond out beside Bayside. Zack and the gang take care of "Becky," an injured duck. Oil is discovered after a digging for a new goal post and an oil company wants to destroy the pond. (Note: This episode contains the scene of gang doing the high-5's that is shown as the last segment at the end of the opening credits.)

Guest starring: Hiram Kasten as Dr. Phelps and Gary Lahti as Dan Grayson

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11.9: "Date Auction" - Airdate: 11/9/91

The school holds a dance-date auction to pay for new cheerleading uniforms, where Zack, Slater and Screech are up for auction; Jessie is appalled at the whole idea; Lisa becomes an intellectual to impress a smart boy. Zack is paired with Wendy, an overweight girl, and acts like a real jerk.

Guest starring: Judy Carmen as Wendy Parks and Patrick Dancy as Brian Watkins

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11.10: "All in the Mall" - Airdate: 11/9/91

The gang camps out to buy tickets to the U2 concert. Zack finds $5000 in the mall, and plans to use the money to buy and then scalp tickets for the concert. The gang is chased through the mall by two suspicious men. (Jessie is absent from this episode.)

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11.11: "S.A.T.s" - Airdate: 11/16/91

The gang takes the SATs and Jessie is upset to learn that Zack scored better than she did. He got 1502 and she got 1205. This makes it harder for her to get into Stansbury College, so Zack hires James, a waiter at the Max, to pose as a representative from Harvard and act like he's recruiting Jessie.

Guest starring: Mark Blankfield as James, Susan Osborne as Mrs. Helen Billingham and Christine Taylor as Heather Brooks

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11.12: "Palm Springs Weekend" (Part 1) - Airdate: 11/16/91

Part 1: The gang travels to Palm Springs for the wedding of Jessie's dad, David Spano, to aerobics instructor, Leslie, whom Jessie doesn't approve of; Slater meets a princess; Zack and Kelly start to rekindle their relationship.

Guest starring: George McDaniel as Mr. David Spano, Barbara Brighton as Leslie and Eva Loseth as Princess Christina Von Hoffman

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11.14: "Hold Me Tight" - Airdate: 11/22/91

Zack and the girls fight for a girl's (Krystee Clark) right to be on the wrestling team, then he falls for her. She stands up for him at the Max when some bullies from Valley start picking on him and he's not sure how to deal with it.

Guest starring: Krystee Clark as Kristy Barnes and Monty Hoffman as Coach Sonski

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11.13: "Palm Springs Weekend" (Part 2) - Airdate: 11/23/91

Part 2: Jessie tries to break up the wedding; Slater is intimidated by Christina's family; Zack and Kelly decide not to get back together.

Guest starring: George McDaniel as Mr. David Spano, Barbara Brighton as Leslie and Eva Loseth as Princess Christina Von Hoffman, Peter Engel (SBTB creator and executive producer) as golfer cameo

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11.15: "No Hope With Dope" - Airdate: 11/30/91

A rock star known for his anti-drug stance comes to Bayside to film an anti-drug commercial, and soon falls for Kelly, but when the gang goes to a party where he offers them pot, the gang backs out. (The gang ends up doing a commercial with the real CEO of NBC Brandon Tarticoff.)

Guest starring: Eddie Garcia as Johnny Dakota and Brandon Tarticoff as himself

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11.16: "Rockumentary" - Airdate: 11/30/91

Casey Kasem narrates the rise and fall and rise again of the gang's band (sans Jessie), Zack Attack. It starts with their garage-band beginnings and works into fame and fortune. The band breaks up with Zack falling for their publicist and arguing with the other members. The other members branch out into different careers. (Jessie is absent from this episode. In this version of Zack Attack, Kelly is the lead singer and Jessie is not in the band.)

Guest starring: Casey Kasem as himself, Stacie Foster as Mindy Wallace and Nick Brooks as Brian Fate

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11.17: "Cut Day" - Airdate: 12/7/91

The gang is out of school on Cut Day, but Zack's nine unexcused absences will get him suspended if he goes too; Slater and Kelly have fun; Jessie enjoys Student Council member Graham's protest over the use of Styrofoam cups.

Guest starring: David Kriegel as Graham and Maris Clement as Mrs. Culpepper

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11.18: "Home For Christmas" Part 1 - Airdate: 12/7/91

Part 1: The gang is working at various jobs during the Christmas holidays, meanwhile Zack's Mom is putting on a production of: "A Christmas Carol." The guys help a homeless man in the mall. Zack falls for one of Kelly's co-workers, Laura, but he's surprised when he learns of her father's plight.

Guest starring: Melody Rogers as Mrs. Melanie Morris, Stephen Mendel as Frank Benton, Jennifer McComb as Laura Benton and Lew Horn as Mr. Moody

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11.19: "Home For Christmas" Part 2 - Airdate: 12/14/91

Part 2: Laura wants to be in the play, and she wants a jacket for her dad, but when her boss, Mr. Moody, thinks she's stolen it, he fires her; the Morris family invites the Bentons to stay for Christmas. (In this episode, it is said that Mr. Morris is on a business trip, and so we never see Mr. and Mrs. Morris in the same episode.)

Guest starring: Melody Rogers as Mrs. Melanie Morris, Stephen Mendel as Frank Benton, Jennifer McComb as Laura Benton and Lew Horn as Mr. Moody

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11.20: "Mystery Weekend" - Airdate: 12/28/91

The gang travels to a Murder Mystery Weekend in an old mansion. Suddenly strange things start happening and people start disappearing.

Guest starring: Christopher Carroll as Bartholomew, Larry Cedar as Steven Jameson, III and Lisa Montgomery as Jeanette

 

 

   
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