You've already tested your TV trivia skills on Chuck Bass vs. Chuck Bartowski and Michael Scott vs. The Situation, now it's time to try your hand at TV's most iconic Kellys: Beverly Hills, 90210's Kelly Taylor, The Office's Kelly Kapoor, and Saved by the Bell's Kelly Kapowski. The three women have a surprising amount of things in common, so it's pretty tricky — good luck!
Saved by the Bell hookups?! I know most of you have said that you're not interested in the book, but I sort of want to get my hands on that magazine issue.
Confession: I read sTori Telling — and loved it for the behind-the-scenes goings on of the '90s cast of 90210. I always want to know what really went on inside my favorite TV shows. I'd read one on Gilmore Girls, Punky Brewster, whatever. And I sort of want one about the real reality that takes place behind the cameras of The Hills.
So tell me: Which TV star's memoir would you most like to read?
Hands down, Saved by the Bell was my favorite after-school show. High school couldn't look cooler with Kelly Kapowski, Lisa Turtle, and Jessie Spano. Of course, hotties Zach Morris (remember the huge cellphone he used to carry in his pocket?) and beefcake A.C. Slater provided hunky eye candy. And Screech, who could forget Screech? Loved him. I was only in grade school when this show debuted, so I could only dream of wearing Kelly's crop tops and Lisa's tight denim shorts — Jessie had legs for days in those washed out skinny jeans. The girls also fancied jean jackets, high-waist pants, and floral prints. Sigh, what I would do for a Freaky Friday experience with Kelly Kapowski circa '91 . . .
I'd love to see the cast of The Cosby Show reunited because I just think it would be funny, and I'd be curious to see the cast of The Wonder Years all together again. A Friends reunion would be interesting because most of those friends continue to work in Hollywood, though their paths have been different. What do you think? What TV cast reunions would it "feel so good" to see reunited?
I'd be lying if I said I didn't start many of my days with an episode of Saved by the Bell on TBS. There is something about that show that still draws me in, even though the fashion, the acting, the Slater — it's all so cheesy. What can I say? The kids of Bayside High School have a special place in my heart.
That's why I was excited to see Mark-Paul Gosselaar show up on Jimmy Fallon's show as Zack Morris. He even brought the phone! Gosselaar's appearance was part of Fallon's "efforts" to reunite the cast of Saved by the Bell. Apparently everyone is on board except for
Screech Dustin Diamond and Tiffani Thiessen. I'm a little torn. On the one hand, Gosselaar's appearance was so fun. On the other, well, Dustin Diamond has a sex tape. A reunion could be a little depressing.
What do you say? Do you want to see the cast of Saved by the Bell reunite on Fallon's show? Or should Fallon let it rest?
Hold onto your hats, this vintage clip from Saved by the Bell is hilarious — it exposes Zack Morris's rarely seen dad Derek as the cell phone abuser that he is, with a humongous cell phone even bigger than the one Zack pushed around in a wheelbarrow at Bayside High. "This is business!" he tells Zack, indicating Godzilla phone. He could learn a few things from our Cell Phone Rant series.