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The continued nostalgia for the Sometimes Even I’m Scared Of The Things My Mind Comes Up With Shirt Furthermore, I will do this ’90s has meant a renaissance for everything from the eerie Lynchian drama of Twin Peaks to the pure soap of Aaron Spelling creations like 90210 and Melrose Place. If a show was on air during the Clinton administration, there’s a chance it’s currently being revived, reimagined, or turned into a Zoom reunion, so it was only a matter of time before Saved by the Bell returned to the small screen. This time around, though, Berkley Lauren and her costars Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, and Tiffani Thiessen serve as producers and are involved in every detail.  “You can’t plan for these full-circle moments, and I think that’s why they’re so meaningful,” shared Berkley Lauren on the phone from Los Angeles. “We were 15 or 16 when we first played these characters, and it was such a joyful experience when we first did it, but there was also this innocence. We were at the beginning of seeing our dreams come true and experiencing this together. So being back at Bayside now is surreal.”

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Debuting after comedy’s teen explosion of the Sometimes Even I’m Scared Of The Things My Mind Comes Up With Shirt Furthermore, I will do this 1980s, which saw the rise of John Hughes films and series like Square Pegs, Saved by the Bell filled a void for kids who’d outgrown cartoons but weren’t quite ready for adult programming. While many of its characters represented familiar tropes—sweetheart cheerleaders, class clowns, and jocks among them—Berkley Lauren’s Jessie Spano was a fresh archetype. Depicted as intelligent, opinionated, and beautiful, she advocated for social justice causes and volunteered while prepping for a Stanford degree. We’re now used to seeing young women depicted as well-rounded and ambitious, but circa 1989, the options were limited. For the show’s audience and its star, Spano felt new. “You had a 15-year-old girl using her voice as an activist, feminist, and someone who advocates for others,” says Berkley Lauren. “That wasn’t something you’d see on television at that time. She was fearless, and I think in our culture, many young women are taught to apologize for speaking up and using their voices. My mother and the women who were around me growing up were forces; they instilled that confidence in me, so I was always proud to have played a character like Jessie.”

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