Don't hold your breath for that rumored Beverly Hills, 90210 reunion. Although Jennie Garth reveals that Fox is "developing a script" for a TV movie that would bring back together the gang from West Beverly High, a spokeswoman for producer Aaron Spelling insists no such project is afoot. "There is no script, there is nothing," the rep tells TV Guide Online.

It's just as well. Many of the show's principal cast members don't seem too anxious to reserve a booth at the Peach Pit. "At this time, it's not right for me," confesses Garth, who's got a new primetime gig (the WB sitcom What I Like About You) as well as a second baby on the way. "I'm certainly not turning my back on it because I would love to do a reunion show. I've just got my hands pretty full right now."

One of Garth's chief 90210 rivals also expresses little interest in revisiting her former zip code. "I'm not ready to do it yet," says Tiffani Thiessen, who co-stars with Garth's hubby, Peter Facinelli, on the upcoming Fox drama Fastlane. "It hasn't been off the air for that long!"

Of course, what would Beverly Hills, 90210 — The Declining Years be without actor-producer-director Jason Priestley? Brandon's portrayer currently is recovering from injuries he sustained in an Aug. 11 race-car accident. Even the show's other major hunk, Luke Perry, would likely face commitment issues: He's busy with Showtime's apocalypse drama Jeremiah.

On the bright side: Word has it that Joe E. Tata is available.