As my mother taught me, I walked away like a lady." PHOTOS: '90s nostalgia 7. "I wouldn't know, because I never watched the movie. I just know that it was based on a book that was completely unreal (from what I know, that people have told me of stories from the book)." (Her former costar Dustin Diamond executive produced the film, which was loosely based on his book ? I'm a huge fan of Jimmy Fallon, and it wasn't too hard to be convinced to do something like that with him.Who's the best kisser: Mark-Paul Gosselaar or Jason Priestley? It depends on if you're asking a 16-year-old little girl, or someone a little bit older! I think they'd been pressuring us for the last couple years to do a reunion, and it felt like this was the right time to do it.Whatever you say.' It wasn't anything [big]. I'll stop on it occasionally to see if she remotely recognizes her mother, but she hasn't.
Plus, she gave some insight into herwould be so successful? Dancing was a big part of my life, and even though she wasn't a dancer, she was a cheerleader…She's very close to her family, and I can say that's a similarity." 5.
So it definitely exceeded any of our expectations on how much the show has become iconic over the years." episode? "I would definitely say that I share some similarities with Kelly.
“Probably not,” Engel said when asked if Zack and Kelly would still be married today.
“Well, they’d be married — but not to each other.” Once you’ve processed that revelation, here’s a rundown of where Engel thinks each member of the Bayside Six (sorry, Tori!
) years since Zack, Kelly, Slater, and the rest of the gang went off to college, we've been paying homage through re-runs (and slightly better style).
, and she said You know, I think it's time to drop it,' and I said OK.— but these are the 10 that stand out in our minds 22 years later. Besides, Lisa, Kelly, and Jessie's Hot Sundae song-and-dance is just too good to miss. The Mamas and the Papas Bayside took home economics class to a weird (but wonderfully amusing) new level with this season one ep, in which the gang was split into husband and wife pairs to act out married life. In "The Fight," though, their rivalry — over a girl, natch — took a turn for the serious, and they came to blows in the hallway. The Prom After a season of flirting, Kelly accepted Zack's invitation to the prom on the season two premiere -- only to have to back out when her dad loses his job and she can't afford a dress. The Last Dance In "The Last Dance," Kelly starts a flirtation with her older (and very handsome) boss, Jeff, and then breaks up with Zack at the costume ball, where they're crowned king and queen. Pipe Dreams When oil is discovered under the football field at Bayside, Zack and the gang start dreaming of all the ways the school could spend the money. Their dreams turn to nightmares, though, when an oil spill endangers the lives of some pond animals, and then (spoiler alert) kills Becky the duck.host, 41, was more than willing to delve into the Kelly Kapowski and Zack Morris days, Kelly's much older boyfriend Jeff, and where her peppy character would be today. "I would have to say probably my favorite episodes (and it was plural) was when we shot a few episodes on the beach. Definitely fondest memories there." PHOTOS: Costar couples Elizabeth Berkley as Jessie Spano, Mario Lopez as A. Slater, Tiffani Thiessen as Kelly Kapowski, Dustin Diamond as Screech Powers, Mark-Paul Gosselaar as Zack Morris, Lark Voorhies as Lisa Turtle in Season 2 of Saved By The Bell. Being that I was portraying a young girl in high school, it was very much true to my heart in that sense.The idea is to auction off a hot night of whoopie with the boys so that the girls will desperately pay to get in their pants. There’s usually at least a glimmer of truth in her speeches, but this one has me baffled.