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Lindsay and Ryan have thier relationship tested when both get roles in the school play of "Cinderella." Problems arise when they don't get the roles that they wanted.

Episode Info
Episode number: 3x8
Production Number: 61309
Airdate: Saturday October 07th, 1995

Director: Don Barnhart
Writer: Leslie Eberhard

Guest Stars


Lindsay and Ryan are celebrating one month together and they can't keep apart. But a problem arises when they audition for Screech's production of the play "Cinderella." Ryan gets the part of the prince, but it's Rachel rather than Lindsay who lands the role of Cinderella. Rachel and Ryan have to take extra rehearsals and Lindsay can't help but be troubled. She suspects a romance is going on behind her back even though Maria tries to set her straight. But later Maria sees Ryan give Rachel a necklace and she reports this back to Lindsay. What the girls don't know is that the necklace is really for Lindsay, not Rachel. Ryan and Rachel have to work on the kissing scene due to their height difference. When Lindsay and Maria see them, they think the worst. Meanwhile the play is having troubles. R.J. is hamming it up in his bit parts, trying to turn the play into a musical. Mr. Belding, the director, doesn't like that but Screech does, so Mr. B. quits the play. All the cast members are getting mad at each other and are on the verge of quitting, too, but Mr. B. gives a "show must go on" speech and everyone reluctantly continues. Rachel tells Lindsay the truth about what really has happened and reworks the play so that Ryan puts the slipper on Lindsay's foot instead...

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Episode Notes
Sings for the first time in this episode. Interesting enough every African American actor on the series is able to sing. However only Eric (Seasons 4-7) sought to have a singing career. Bobby and RJ only sung once in their only seasons.

Episode Quotes
Maria: (auditioning for the play) By the shore of Gitchy Goo, by the shining water...(A boy is talking) Hey yo! Nerd Boy, I'm working up here. Pipe down or you'll be wearing your pocket protector in your underwear.
Screech: Chief, we found our wicked stepmother.

Episode References
This episode mirrors Saved by the Bell episode Snow White and the Seven Dorks.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorSam Bobrick
Executive ProducerPeter Engel  |  Robert Jayson
First Assistant DirectorMiguel Higuera
Staff WriterBennett Tramer
MusicRich Eames  |  Scott Gale
OtherBarry Haworth (Stage Managers)
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