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63 of 68 people found the following review helpful
Season 5 episodes are NOT on Season 3 & 4 DVDs July 18 2005
By BLinin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
In response to earlier post saying that there was no season 5:

NONE of the episodes on the Season 5 set are on the Season 1&2 or Season 3&4 DVD sets. I now own seasons 1-5 on DVD, and I can attest that these episodes are NOT duplicates of other sets.

While most SBTB websites only have 4 seasons in their episode lists, it seems that there is inconsistency as to how the episodes are listed, and how they are divided into seasons.

These episodes (below) are on the Season 5 DVD set. They are NOT on the Seasons 1-4 DVD sets. (I got the episode numbers from a SBTB website episode list.)

62: The Fight, 63: Student-Teacher Week, 64: Screech's Spaghetti Sauce, 65: The New Girl, 66: The Bayside Triangle, 67: Teen-Line, 68: Masquerade Ball, 69: Day of Detention, 70: Wrestling with the Future, 71: Drinking and Driving, 72: Love Machine, 73: Class Rings, 74: Isn't it Romantic?, 75: The Will, 76: The Teacher's Strike, 77: Slater's Sister, 78: The Senior Prom, 79: The Video Yearbook, 81: Snow White and the Seven Dorks, 82: Earthquake, 83: Best Summer of My Life, 85: School Song, 86: The Time Capsule, 87: Graduation

Two episodes missing from this list (80: Screech's Birthday, and 84: Slater's Friend) were on disc 3 of the Season ONE DVDs.

So, this Season 5 set does NOT contain the same episodes as in other sets. Any true fan of the show can look over those episode titles, and will remember at least some of them (like "Teen Line") and recognize that they are NOT in the sets for Seasons 1 through 4.

While Cody gets an A+ for effort, the episode that he refers to in his review is not a senior class trip, but simply a "class trip." It is the first episode on the first disc from Season 3.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
By James Burleson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Overall, I was extremely pleased with the display of the DVD case as well as the organization of episodes. There's actually a featurette included on the dvd's discussing how this crazy teen's tv show came onto the screen and why it was so successful.

Also, this 3 disc set features the very last "original" saved by the bell episodes, including graduation. It was sad to see the show go, but at least I have this awesome season 5 dvd set that I can watch over and over whenever I want. I will, without a doubt, recommend this to another.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
IT'S COOL!!!!!!! May 9 2005
By Bad movie buster - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Finally, the last season of one of the best shows ever, Saved by the Bell. Why they released (generally inferior) The College Years ahead of this, out of order, is a mystery. This last season presented an unusual scenario: NBC wanted more episodes after they finished taping, and when Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Amber Thiessen weren't available, NBC subsituted biker chick Tori to replace them. The Tori episodes are decent, but you'll miss Kelly Kapowski. One last thing: in order to fully complete the Saved by the Bell collection, they need to give us a 2 disc set of Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style and Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Last Vegas!
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
i am tired of.... July 15 2005
By Aaron D. Mitchell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I love this show! It might have cheesy acting and it is pretty outdated by todays standerds, but if you watched it when you were growing up it still brings back some of those feelings.

I do want to say I am sick of all the pointless, having to do with nothing reviews by the person named "A Kids Review" I have seen his posts all over amazon and they are not helpfull, they are just anoying to anyone trying to actually look up information. Hey just stop, your not funny and nobody cares. That's why when it asks if this review was helpfull to you, everybody always clicks NO!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
The "Tory episodes" April 4 2007
By Jabberwocky - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Ahhh. The infamous Season 5 of Saved by the Bell. This season really shouldn't exist considering normal people are only in high school 4 years. If the seasons had neatly been broken up based on years in high school, nobody would have been confused.

The Season 5 episodes contain the "Tory episodes" and all of their senior year. The Tory episodes were done after the show had ended and the women who play Jessie and Kelly had already left the show to do other things. NBC wanted more episodes, so they had to find someone new to fill in for the 2 missing actresses. I think that it would have been more logical to continue it with just the remaining cast while finding an appropriate way to explain the absences of Jessie and Kelly rather than just pretending they no longer existed.

But, as far as plot is concerned, the episodes with Tory are more interesting. I like Leanna Creel as Tory a lot more than I did when I was younger. It's probably because she reminds me of someone I know in real life. However, you can't fool with the classic lineup of the gang even as you see that Elizabeth Berkley's heart was no longer in it. You can tell because her acting is so much different than in previous seasons. She seems almost airheadish despite always being the studious and serious one.

There isn't much continuity in the episodes. Of course, there was never much in the past either.

One special treat is an episode on the Season 5 collection that was shot in the third season but not shown until the fifth season: the Snow White and the Seven Dorks episode where they do a rap version of the classic fairytale. It is hilarious.