On Tuesday, four days before it was revealed that Saved By the Bell alum Lark Voorhies got married in a private Las Vegas ceremony, her mother Tricia was granted a temporary restraining order against her new son-in-law, officials confirm to PEOPLE.
It’s been more than two decades since fans bid farewell to Saved by the Bell and TV’s beloved gang of teenagers, but before Jimmy Fallon brought together some of the cast for a skit on The Tonight Show on Wednesday, PEOPLE had a Bayside reunion of our own.
The wait is almost over for Saved by the Bell fans. The hotly anticipated The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story is less than a month away and Lifetime has released its official poster exclusively to PEOPLE.
Featuring the actors who play the six main characters Jessie Spano, Lisa Turtle, Kelly Kapowski, Zack Morris, A.C. Slater and Screech Powers, the new image also includes the show’s iconic principal Mr. Belding.
Hey, hey, hey, hey – what is going on here? This year marks Saved by the Bell’s 25th anniversary: The show, which premiered in August 1989, has spent nearly a quarter century in the pop culture matrix.
As Zack Attack sang on Saved by the Bell, Elizabeth Berkley and her former costars are indeed “friends forever.”
“It’s amazing,” Berkley, 41, told PEOPLE backstage Monday at Dancing with the Stars. “I don’t know if you have people from high school who you’re still close with, [but] even if we don’t see each other for a long time, it’s a connection that we’ll have forever.”
The former teen star, known to a generation of fans as the fashionable Lisa Turtle, denies anything is wrong, but after a bizarre Yahoo! video went viral earlier this year, some questioned whether drugs played a role. Voorhies adamantly denied it. Instead, her mother says, she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.