Last week, Yahoo.com quoted Gosselaar as saying the iconic series was "not a great show," calling the writing "cheesy." Not surprisingly, diehard "SBTB" fans didn't appreciate his remarks. But TMZ reports that the actor now says that the quote in question was "taken out of context," even though he does admit to calling the comedy a little corny. Still, Gosselaar swears it was not a diss. "That's why people like it!" he said Thursday. "I wasn't saying it was a bad show, just that the writing reflected '80s cheesiness."
The "Franklin & Bash" star added that he's "proud of that show, and [has] no problem talking about it."
Mark-Paul even went to Twitter to defend himself:
@TMZ, Interviews+out of context=sucks! I referred to the writing of SBTB "not being great". Nothing but respect for SBTB. Fallon is proof.
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