Oooh, There's Going to be a "Save By The Bell" Reunion

In Celebs by LimeLife , on Monday, January 28, 2013, 9:09 AM (PST)
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Let's Hope They Won't Still Be in High School

"Melrose Place," "90210" and, now, "Boy Meets World." Hit shows from the '90s have been getting rebooted in recent years because, clearly Hollywood has lost every iota of originality and its creative juices have dried up. And, according to two of its stars, another old fan favorite may just be poised for a comeback as well.

ABC News reports that "Saved by the Bell" heartthrob, Mark-Paul Gosselaar says that if "Boy" can do it, maybe we'll do a reunion as well."

Dennis Haskins, the actor who played Principal Belding (and is now a pro wrestler) agreed. He told TMZ that "I have always supported a reunion of any kind, including all of us. Honestly, the fans still love us and our show so much; they deserve it!"

And, let's face it, it's not like Haskins or many other of the cast mates have red hot careers at the moment.

Lark Voorhies (Lisa Turtle) made headlines last year for what appeared to be an abundance of (bad) plastic surgery, Dustin Diamond (Screech) has been keeping busy making and selling his infamous sex tape and appearing on "Celebrity Fit Club." Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie Spano) has all but disappeared from public eye following the debacle that was "Showgirls" -- and marrying Ralph Lauren's nephew, Greg Lauren in 2003.

It's really only been Tiffani Amber Thiessen (Kelly Kapowski), Gosselaar (Zach Morris) and Mario Lopez (A.C. Slater) who've had much of a career in the years since "SBTB" went off the air in 1993. New mom Thiessen currently stars on USA's "White Collar," Gosselaar's in the middle of his third season on TNT's "Franklin & Bash," and newlywed Lopez is everywhere on our TV dials, including hosting "Extra" and "The X Factor."

WATCH: Lark Voorhies Tries to Deny Bi-Polar Disorder Her Mom Says She Has [VIDEO]

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