People may be clamoring for a Saved by the Bell reunion, but it appears alum Tiffani Thiessen is not among them.
During an appearance on Tuesday morning's Today, the White Collar star partook in a TV-themed trivia challenge. But just as the games were beginning, Dennis Haskins, aka Mr. Belding, took the stage. Thiessen was clearly not impressed.
We aren't the only ones ready to return to Bayside! A few Saved by the Bell stars have started voicing their support for a reunion.
Apparently, little Rory Gilmore grew up to be a 1960s housewife in Cos Cob.
On Sunday's Mad Men, Gilmore Girls star Alexis Bledel popped up as Beth Dawes, the wife of insurance salesman Howard Dawes, with whom Pete Cambell (Vincent Kartheiser) regularly commutes to work. When Pete finds Beth stranded at the train station — and with Pete knowing that Howard is shacking up for the night with his "side dish" in the city — he offers to take Beth to her home...
Sarah Lancaster recently turned 26, but she's already racked up more TV credits than most actors claim in a lifetime. Her first role was as Rachel on Saved by the Bell: The New Class. Since then she's appeared on Dawson's Creek, Boston Public, That ‘70s Show, Scrubs, 7th Heaven, Six Feet Under and Everwood, to name a few. Now, the sultry beauty is the female lead in What About Brian, a new ABC series (sneak previewing Sunday at 10 pm/ET, then airing Mondays at 10) from executive producer J.J. Abrams (Lost). TVGuide.com caught up with the grizzled TV vet to find out what Brian's all about.
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