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In the 1995-96 season, he hosted the second season of Masters of the Maze on what was then The Family Channel.
Lopez is both the host (with Carmen Palumbo) and co-executive producer of Sí TV's Dating Factory.
Looking back, I guess it does qualify.” Yes, Mario, it was a mullet.
So popular, in fact, that devotees—including late-night host Jimmy Fallon—get giddy at the thought of a class reunion. ” Despite the adolescent angst, the castmates look back on their school days with fondness. It makes me proud.” Adds Elizabeth Berkley: “It was like family.
So on a hot July day in Los Angeles, People got the gang to regroup for the first time since the show wrapped. We constantly thought we were being canceled.” Soon, however, thousands of fans began mobbing the cast’s mall appearances.
“When you’re young you don’t think, ‘This is something I’m going to cherish forever,'” says Tiffani Thiessen. We had a lot of firsts together.” As TV’s first live-action Saturday-morning sitcom—it competed against —the show got off to a rocky start. Even so, their real-life growing pains were never tabloid fodder. Tiffani and Elizabeth would hate me, and then they’d hate Lark because Lark was talking to me, and Mario was supposed to side with someone.
Everyone has high school memories that make them cringe. And let’s not forget the neon leotards and acid-washed denim.
But when you’re Mario Lopez, those teen mistakes have been witnessed by millions. “I liked my hair long because I wanted to look like Mel Gibson in Lethal Weapon,” he says of the flowing locks he sported as A. But 20 years after debuted, and long after those clothes left closets for good (we hope), the kids from TV’s Bayside High are more popular than ever—thanks to the devotion of tween, teen and twentysomething fans and nonstop reruns on TBS.
Later that year, Mario guest-starred as a plastic surgeon who drives Christian Troy to jealousy when he sees him naked in the shower in an episode of FX Network's Nip/Tuck during the show's fourth season, which began in Fall 2006.
Lopez and Courtney Mazza have a reality show on VH1 called Mario Lopez: Saved by the Baby which premiered on November 1, 2010.
On February 4, 2015, Lopez reunited with Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Elizabeth Berkley, Dennis Haskins and Tiffani Thiessen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where they appeared in a Saved by the Bell sketch with Fallon.
From October to December 2012, he co-hosted the Fox singing competition The X Factor along with Khloe Kardashian.
Starting in 2012, Lopez began hosting his own nationally syndicated radio show, ON With Mario Lopez, for Premiere Radio.