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Max from

'Saved by the Bell'

'Memba Him?!

2/15/2010 6:35 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Ed Alonzo played Max the diner owner on the now classic '90s TV series "Saved by the Bell." Guess what he looks like now!

Ed Alonzo

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1.

Mookie    

WHO????????????????????
I don't remember that dork. Just Screech.

1622 days ago
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Jethrow    

For all of you that don't remember Max took over Screech's role for one season when Screech was involved in a near-fatal accident and was hospitalized for a couple of months. After a speedy recovery (and months that would follow of therapy), Screech came back to the show and Max was released from the roster. Max then went on to star in a few movies, the most notable being one in which he co-starred with Jackie Chan. None them were any good. Soon after he disappeared into obscurity.

1622 days ago
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Stephanie    

Max was the manager of The Max - the restaurant they always ate at. He was only in the first few seasons.

1622 days ago
4.

buttocks    

Did he died?

1621 days ago
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Ron Rad    

If you like Saved by the Bell, why not read quality SBTB ebooks? Take a look what you will find on www.funfanfiction.com "Screech Tells All" Lisa Turtle, a beautiful African-American teen, loved good looking boys and expensive clothing, but she herself was not sure as to which one she preferred most. She was easily the wealthiest of all of her friends in Bayside High, but sometimes she did not feel as though she was reaping the rewards of her good fortune. It was Sunday afternoon, and all of her friends, although poorer than she, were at the beach soaking up some rays and drinking colas, while she was stuck in the hospital emptying foul smelling bedpans and handing out magazines. Lisa did not do this volunteer work out of any great sense of compassion, nor out of any need to feel that she was giving back to the community. Her parents' enthusiasm for that deftly made up for any lacking of hers in that department. How often they would grind in her ear about how fortunate they were, and how they should look for ways to help out the community that had been so good to them. It seemed to Lisa that they were feeling a little bit guilty about being relatively well-off. It is true that both of her parents had dreamed of becoming doctors when they grew up so that they could do some good in this world. It wasn't their fault that the price of that dream was to be plagued with a pretty nifty income

1621 days ago

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