Elizabeth and Mark-Paul were close friends in real life, just like their characters on the show. Dustin began calling Tiffani-Amber just “Tiffani.” 40. Dustin’s real first kiss was on the show opposite Tori Spelling. Trying to be like Mario yet again, Dustin gave Tori Spelling a tour around the set and tried to kiss her; instead, she asked to be introduced to Mark-Paul. “Don’t forget us little people when you become a big movie star,” said Mario Lopez once. Tiffani-Amber was very unhappy about the addition of Tori to the cast. Mark-Paul bought a motorcycle without asking his mom’s permission. Mario was very eager to get on the motorcycle and even did the 81. She showed up and was surprised he was enjoying himself. The idea of the kids graduating from the show was because they had all become absolute hooligans, except Lark and Elizabeth and Tiffani-Amber and Mario and one-half of Mark-Paul. Elizabeth and Tiffani returned for the graduation episode, which is definitely not how it actually went down in real life, sorry.
It’s very evident that the one who emerged a winner only did so by hiding behind this horrendous and unmoving time-waster, which managed to make it very clear which cast member was the real loser here.
One actor’s trouble fitting in was blamed largely through cheap shots on the personality flaws of his cohorts.
Instead, as we’ve learned, reeked of offensive biopic cliches that were perhaps most offensive in their bias toward one very skewed point of view.
The most shocking news is that Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (who played Kelly Kapowski) had a relationship with her co-star Mario Lopez (who played AC Slater), which ended abruptly when she caught him cheating with an extra.
The cast: (l-r) Lark Voorhies as Lisa Turtle, Ed Alonzo as Max, Thiessen as Kelly Kapowski, Gosselaar as Zack Morris, Dennis Haskins as Mr.