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Help Save Screech's House
Screech is broke and he needs your help.
Dustin Diamond, who played Zach's (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) goofy pal in Saved by the Bell is in danger of losing his house -- and he's turning to his fans for help. Diamond is selling T-shirts to help his favorite charity. According to a wire story:
The T-shirt has a photo of Diamond holding a sign that says, "Save My House." The back of the shirt reads, "I paid $15.00 to save Screeech's house." The third "e" was added to get around copyright laws, he said.
The shirts cost $15 - $20 if you want them autographed by Screech himself. Find them here.
Come on, Hollywood, what better cause than to help a former child actor in need...look what happened to Danny Bonaduce or Dana Plato. Don't let the same thing happen to Screech.
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