In a video announcement by none other than Principal Belding (Dennis Haskins) himself on Tuesday, it was revealed that the Saved by the Bell-themed pop-up diner that took Chicago by storm last year is indeed heading to the coast.
Saved by the Max will set up shop at the West Hollywood Gateway at 7100 Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood. An opening date has yet to be announced for the diner, where fans will be able to munch on Saved by the Bell-inspired cuisine, like A.C. Sliders, Mac & Screech and the Kelly Kapowski Monte Cristo.
Saved by the Bell aired from 1989-1992, starring Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris), Tiffani Thiessen (Kelly Kapowski), Mario Lopez (A.C. Slater), Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie Spano), Dustin Diamond (Samuel ‘Screech’ Powers) and Lark Voorhies (Lisa Turtle).
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The track, the first single of the California reggae band’s upcoming album, is a joyous celebration of life, with the band singing “I’m on vacation / every single day / ’cause I love my occupation.”
To help sell the message, they turned to America’s favorite principal Mr. Belding — a.k.a. Dennis Haskins, the 66-year-old actor who famously played the uptight yet lovable Bayside High
Saved By the Max, the pop-up diner themed around the show that opened in Chicago last May (and exceeded our expectations), is doing one “final semester” in the Windy City before hitting the road. The restaurant concept will be coming to various yet-to-be-announced cities across the country.
And if you’re really feeling passionate, you can have a say by letting them know you want the Max to come to your city on Facebook,
The cast of Saved By The Bell have made a lot of Christmas films. And we've just watched them all...
Some people collect stamps. I wish I collected stamps, that would be infinitely easier than my hobby, which is collecting Saved By The Bell cast members in Christmas movies. Think of it as Panini stickers on ultra hard mode.
Sadly, my collection depends on the whims and careers of the various Bayside alumni. I'm not doing too badly; so far I have five of the six main cast members, and a few supporting characters. But the hunt for the missing actors takes up far too much of my time, time that could be spent watching Homes Under The Hammer and crying.
Here are the actors I have in my strange, fictional sticker album so far...
Mark Paul Gosselaar (Zack): 12 Dates Of Christmas
Plot: A newly single
Asher Levin is directing from a script by Brandon Cohen. Levin and Rivera are producing. “Alexander IRL” is backed by venture capitalists and technology industry execs. The producers are partnering with General Electric and start-ups BarkBox, JackThreads and Warby Parker.
“Black-ish” star Marcus Scribner, Bo Mitchell (“Eastbound and Down”) and Ryan Newman (“Zeke and Luther”) are also starring.
Rivera and Kress (“iCarly”) portray brothers who team with their coder buddies (Scribner and Mitchell) to throw a house party while their parents are out of town to gain popularity. Rivera’s character is the older brother and a former high school hero working at a venture capital shop who overhears his boss speaking with General Electric about an innovation competition and dreams of becoming the next Mark Zuckerberg
In its special episodes, Saved By The Bell wasn't afraid to get real. Or kill ducks. All together now, "I'm so excited! I'm so excited!..."
Saved By The Bell wasn't just Zack and Slater having a dance off. Yes it was. However, the show also tried its hand at a number of 'very special episodes'. These typically featured problems encountered by all teens at some point, like drinking half a can of beer, dead ducks, and getting off your tits on Pro Plus.
I grew up watching Saved By The Bell, and thanks to its teachings I am a well adjusted individual. Not like those weirdos who only ever make one joke about how they're a bit odd, and everything they ever write is a rubbish variation of that joke mixed in with jokes about Bungle.
Let's have a look at how Zack, Josh, Twinkie and Billy
Dennis Haskins, the actor best known as principal Richard Belding on '90s sitcom Saved by the Bell, graduated from college on Saturday.
The 65-year-old, who obtained his bachelor of arts degree in theatre from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, shared the exciting news to his Instagram account over the weekend.
In one selfie the actor smiled during the ceremony while wearing a cap and gown.
"It's official," Haskins wrote. "Tassel moved from right to left! I'm a graduate! #Utc #TheaterandSpeech #GoMocs."
"As successful as some have said I've been, from the
According to her publicist, the 40-year-old actress was just too busy.
"Lark would have loved to be part of the Jimmy Fallon skit (as she is a big fan of the show), however due to an intense work schedule she was not available," her publicist told E! News about her absence.
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Voorhies made headlines in 2012, when she looked nearly unrecognizable in a Yahoo! video that went viral.
Her mother later told People that her daughter had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, though she denied the claim when Et spoke with her in August 2012.
"I have no worries myself, nor do I exude, exhibit or possess
And while Mario Lopez, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Thiessen, Elizabeth Berkley and Dennis Haskins all made it for the gig, Lark Voorhies (she played Lisa Turtle) was nowhere to be found. Ms. Voorhies’ spokesperson told E! News, "Lark would have loved to be part of the Jimmy Fallon skit (as she is a big fan of the show), however due to an intense work schedule she was not available.”
Nonetheless, Gosselaar took to his Twitter account after the show and gushed, "Thank you for all the love and support. I'm so happy you enjoyed tonight. Let's do it again sometime. Good night."
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