The Stars Of 'Saved By The Bell' Just Had A 30-Year Reunion To Celebrate Their Incredible Friendships

The Stars Of 'Saved By The Bell' Just Had A 30-Year Reunion To Celebrate Their Incredible Friendships
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It's hard to believe, but Saved By The Bell is turning 30 in August this year.

1989 brought us actors Mario Lopez, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Elizabeth Berkley, Lark Voorhies, Tiffani Thiessen, Dustin Diamond, and more as our favorite group of high schoolers experiencing their four most formative years of their lives together, with us, the audience, along for the ride.


With so many iconic moments, where do you even start with celebrating 30 years?


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Mario Lopez, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani Thiessen were recently pictured together on Saturday night having a quick little reunion dinner, with all of their significant others along for the ride.

USA Today reported they got together at Petit Trois in Sherman Oaks, CA.

"Friends forever" is a line from the fictional in-show band, "Zack Attack."

Mario Lopez also posted a video of the group:


Thirty years.

And fans are so happy/feel so old.





Some people noticed a significant missing piece or two:





But none of the posts of the crew that were there acknowledged the absences of Voorhies or Diamond.






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