At one time, "Saved by the Bell" was arguably the most popular tweenie show on television. Of course, this was before the word "Tween" was even invented. This card set features 110 cards sold in packs of 5 for a quarter. Unless you wanted to send $10.95 and get the whole set in one shebang.
The cards are glossy Pacific for sure. They sport a marbleized border os varying colors, the Pacific logo, the SbtB logo and whatever featured text on the front. The images are generally large and make use of the space provided (not always, though). The first card in this pack is Mark-Paul Gosselaar. He is sporting the Miami Vice look. Of course, so was everyone else at the time.
The back of this card explains that certain scenes (school hallway, principal's office, classroom, etc) don't change, but each week a new set was designed for added flair.
The quality of the cards is actually pretty good without feeling or looking like the cardboard cousins of the '91 Topps baseball set. My son watched the re-runs of this show. Now that he is a teenager, he might appreciate having the girls' cards.
*Lisa's last name? Turtle.