With a new wave of '90s nostalgia in the air, Mark-Paul Gosselaar might be open to a "Saved By The Bell" reunion.
When TMZ asked whether he'd be watching the "Boy Meets World" spinoff "Girl Meets World," the actor best known as Zack Morris replied, "Yeah, I'll see how they do it and maybe we'll do a reunion as well."
Gosselaar, who currently stars on TNT's "Franklin & Bash," has had a complicated relationship with the show that made him a teen star. In a June 2012 interview with Yahoo! TV, he said the beloved '90s sitcom was "not a great show" that featured "hokey writing" that was "very much a piece of that time."
He later clarified his comments, professing that he was taken out of context and that he was "proud of that show." Gosselaar pointed out that "everything I've ever done after the show has pointed to me having nothing but respect for it."
Gosselaar conducted a "Late Night" interview in-character as Zack Morris when Jimmy Fallon was championing a "Saved By The Bell" reunion in 2009. Tiffani Thiessen ultimately nixed that effort, but perhaps she'd be more open to going back to Bayside this time around.
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