‘Friends Forever!' Elizabeth Berkley shares pic with 'Saved by the Bell' pals from set

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It may be June, but it's time to go back to school.

On Thursday, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren posted a photo on Instagram with “Saved by the Bell” co-stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Mario Lopez, as they get set for the second season of the comedy’s reboot.

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“These two....,” she captioned the shot, along with the hashtag #friendsforever, which plays on the name of a hit song Zack dreamed his band had in an episode of the original series.

“Bellini time!” Lopez commented.

Berkley Lauren also posted a video teasing what’s to come.

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“Here we goooo... season 2 begins shooting today. Can’t wait for you to see what we are making for you guys,” she captioned it, while also using the hashtag #imsoexcited, a phrase she made famous in the original series when her character, Jessie, got hooked on caffeine pills.

“First day of school jitters but all fun, and I will be sharing more stories from the set,” she said.

Lopez is also getting back into the swing of playing Slater.

Mitchell Hoog and Mark-Paul Gosselaar are ready to continue scheming as Mac and Zack, respectively. (@mariolopez / Instagram)
Mitchell Hoog and Mark-Paul Gosselaar are ready to continue scheming as Mac and Zack, respectively. (@mariolopez / Instagram)

In his Instagram story, he shared videos from the set dressed up like a crossing guard.

“I’m directing traffic today,” he said.

He then approaches a car with Gosselaar and Mitchell Hoog in it. Hoog plays Mac Morris, the son of Gosselaar’s character, Zack Morris.

“Check out this ride,” Lopez says.

“There’s old-school Zack, baby Zack,” he jokes. “Look at you fools.”

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