Then: Mark-Paul Gosselaar had worked in a few television commercials before being cast as Zack Morris on NBC's 'Saved by the Bell.' He had a giant cell phone and could freeze time and was apparently a secret genius (remember that SAT score of 1502), even though he seemed like a totally dumb slacker. Everybody loved him.
If you're a fan of 'Saved by the Bell' or '90s TV in general, chances are you have a fondness for Mario Lopez. Despite his current status as host of every reality TV show that Ryan Seacrest doesn't host, he'll always be his 'Bell' jock Albert Clifford "A.C." Slater to us. And his chipper attitude and winning smile is the basis for the latest hot single-serving Tumblr, "Mario Lopez i
We've never seen 'Shark Tank,' because it doesn't feature animals or hillbillies, but we already know it will never be as good in real life as it is in this video. It's a mash-up of 'Shark Tank' and that episode of 'Saved by the Bell' when Zack Morris pitches his friendship bracelet business idea...
Between 1988 and 1994, Mark-Paul Gosselaar played cellphone pioneer, bandleader and breaker of the fourth wall Zack Morris on the Saturday morning sitcom 'Saved by The Bell.'
Although the now 38-year-old has gone on to star on 'NYPD Blue,' 'Raising the Bar' and now 'Franklin and Bash,' he concedes that most fans remember him for his role in the high school comedy. And Gosselaar is not sure why.
Former ‘Saved by the Bell’ star Lark Voorhies recently surfaced to let fans know what she’s been doing in the days since she left Bayside. She also revealed she’d be open to a ‘Saved by the Bell’ reunion. That’s news that’s hard to b-b-b-beat and we can’t help but root on that possibility.
Lark Voorhies was best known for her role as gossip-y Lisa Turtle in the hugely popular early '90s high-school sitcom 'Saved By the Bell'. Yahoo!'s The Yo Show caught up with the now 38-year-old actress to see what she was up to these days, which also gave us a glimpse of what the former teen idol looks like today.
The classic Saturday morning sitcom 'Saved By The Bell' wasn't afraid to occasionally dip into darker themes.
In the video below, these "very special" plotlines are rendered highly comedic by having the upbeat "wooo" sound that excited studio audiences make inappropriately played after the most intense of these moments.
The perks of being America's principal are many, and apparently include getting front row seats at 'WWE Raw.' Yup, that's Dennis Haskins, aka Mr. Belding from 'Saved by the Bell,' sitting behind the announcers during Monday night's televised event.
Andy Grammer has certainly come a long way since his days of jamming out on street corners with only a guitar and a battery powered amplifier. Having garnered a great deal of success from the music industry through hard work, raw talent and perseverance, Andy reveals the one song that influenced his entire career.
Turns out Mr. Belding had quite an effect on the buzzworthy singer-songwriter during
Fans of '90s Saturday morning sensation 'Saved By The Bell' will remember Zack Morris' massive, ever-present brick phone.
Well, YouTube user GoSwarmIt has created a supercut that tracks the changes that Zack's famous phone went through during the show's run.
Two years ago, Miles Fisher impressed the internet with his surprisingly great cover of the Talking Heads' 'This Must Be the Place' and its cool music video, a sleek send-up of yuppie-slasher movie 'American Psycho.' The success of the video helped the singer-actor nab a starring role in 'Final Destination 5' and to promote the flick, which hits theaters on August 12, Fisher and his FD5 castmates