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    It’s hard to say the exact amount of royalties that the cast of “Saved by the Bell” receives, but bankruptcy papers from 2001 suggested that Dustin Diamond received a little more than ,000 a year.

    In Diamond’s autobiography, by the by, he claims that he has a large penis and has used it to have sex with more than 2,000 women, most of whom he picked up at Disneyland.

    Mark-Paul isn't the first Saved by the Bell actor to appear on Tiffani's show — Mario Lopez joined her in the kitchen back in 2014, and Elizabeth Berkley made an appearance in early 2015.

    Meanwhile, the whole gang got back together for an epic Saved by the Bell reunion on The Tonight Show last August, prompting all kinds of cute moments among the group.

    Miss Bliss, by the by, was played by Hayley Mills, who played the twins in the original 1961 Parent Trap. Tiffani Thiessen was involved with Brian Austin Green during the 90s during her stint on “Beverly Hills 90210”.

    Notable actresses who appeared in the series included: Tori Spelling; Soleil Moon Frye, also known as TV’s Punky Brewster; Denise Richards, and Leah Remini, who appeared in six episodes known as the Malibu Sands Era. She was also once engaged to actor Richard Ruccolo, that guy from “Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place” that no one cared about (Thiessen also had a recurring character on that show).

    Ken Tucker noted, of the original series, “Kids’ TV should provide intelligent escapism, not dumb sanctimony.” Ken Fox, who now writes for TV Guide, was likely abused as a child.

    Many have referred to “Saved by the Bell: The New Class” as a failure.

    She literally walked by in the hallway and said one word to Zack.

    In fact, that show — which had frequent cast changes, with Dennis Haskins’ Mr.

    Belding the one constant — ran three years longer than the original “Saved by the Bell” and produced some 60 more episodes.

    Lark Voorhies, who apparently has never had a drug problem (despite rumors), was a Jehovah’s Witness.

    She was also at one time engaged to Martin Lawrence.

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