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(Supreme Court: Washington: Pete Williams) The story of former teen actor Isaac Lidsky of the teen sitcom "Saved By the Bell," who is now a blind Harvard grad law clerk at the Supreme Court, presented; scenes shown from his TV and real life. [LIDSKY - recalls his misfit role and coming to terms with losing his vision; believes he will see again.] [Wife Dorothy LIDSKY - reacts to his dream coming true.] His role in finding a cure for eyesight diseases through Hope for Vision noted. [University of Pennsylvania researcher Jean BENNETT - recounts Isaac's help in funding.]
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