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Mark-Paul Gosselaar wearing a huge fake mustache, drinking Manhattans, and dishing about fame? Yes, please.
How would Zack Morris deal with modern day problems involving Facebook, Cross-Fit, iPhone apps, and gluten-free pizza.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar will reprise his role as Max's revenge-seeking former roommate later this season. Be careful, buddy. Max and Alex are great at revenge, too.
Recaps and GIFs from this week's two "Happy Endings" episodes, "Kickball" And "The Ex Factor." Also, MARK-PAUL GOSSELAAR.
Fast-talking Zack Morris pitches his line of friendship bracelets on Shark Tank.
Entertainment Weekly dropped a casting bombshell on us last night that many influential members of the television blogosphere (read: me) are calling "huge" and "a game-changer" and "OMG YOU GUYS YOU GUYS": Mark-Paul Gosselaar will appear as a guest on "Happy Endings."
MY LIVING ROOM, Pennsylvania, June 8 -- With the nation still in shock over <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2012/06/mark-paul-gosselaar-says-saved-by-the-bell-was-not-a-great-show">his recent comments</a>, Mark-Paul Gosselaar has <a href="http://www.tmz.com/2012/06/07/mark-paul-gosselar-saved-by-the-bell-interview/">reached out to impartial, respected news sources</a> in an attempt to clear up what he feels was a misunderstanding.
All-time #1 best ever American hero Mark-Paul Gosselaar has been doing a load of press to promote the second season of "Franklin & Bash," which means he has been dealing with questions about "Saved by the Bell" pretty much non-stop for a few weeks.
TNT has renewed the bro-riffic "Franklin & Bash" for a second season, thus ensuring that Warming Glow's <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/tag/recap">fratty recaps</a> of the show will continue next summer, assuming Danger Guerrero doesn't get a job in a law office (which, let's face it, he probably won't).
This saucy video is from Monday night's "Weeds," and needless to say, Mark-Paul Gosselaar pulling Mary-Louise Parker's hair was just the beginning.
This, my friends, is why the Internet was invented: it's a clip from "The Wonder Years" in which Kevin (Fred Savage) thinks he's got some adolescent tail lined up, only to suffer the shock and embarrassment of Mark-Paul Gosselaar swooping in and stealing his date (via <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/akdobbins/when-kevin-arnold-met-zach-morris">BuzzFeed</a>).
There are many things to love about "Saved by the Bell" in the way it captured the unique crappiness of the early '90s.
Dustin Diamond, the actor who played Screech on "Saved by the Bell" before attaining such lofty heights as banruptcy (2001) and a sex tape (2006), is coming out with a new tell-all book, Behind the Bell, that provides shocking revelations about the iconic '90s teen series.
In an appearance that harkened back to simpler, uglier times, Mark-Paul Gosselaar appeared in character as Zach Morris on last night's episode of "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.