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Dustin Diamond aka Screech is dead.

  1. #1
    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
    Lung cancer.
  2. #2
    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Deadline
    Dustin Diamond Dies: “Screech” From ‘Saved By The Bell’ Was 44
    Greg Evans


    Dustin Diamond, who gained youthful fame as the nerdy Samuel “Screech” Powers on TV’s Saved by the Bell, died today in a Florida hospital, just weeks after revealing he was battling stage 4 cancer. He was 44.

    Diamond’s agent confirmed the actor’s death.

    “We are saddened to confirm of Dustin Diamond’s passing on Monday, February 1st, 2021 due to carcinoma,” his reps at Roger Paul Inc. said in a statement. “He was diagnosed with this brutal, relentless form of malignant cancer only three weeks ago. In that time, it managed to spread rapidly throughout his system; the only mercy it exhibited was its sharp and swift execution. Dustin did not suffer. He did not have to lie submerged in pain. For that, we are grateful.”

    The statement also alluded to Diamond’s various controversies, noting that the actor, who had released a self-produced sex tape, wrote a tell-all book and was arrested following a 2014 bar fight, “was a character in and of himself: an unpredictable spitfire who always left us shocked, but never left us bored. We are thankful he trusted us enough to share his genuine, authentic self with our team. We wish you knew him in the way that we did.”

    Born on January 7, 1977, in San Jose, CA, Diamond first played Screech on the hit show that ran on NBC from 1989-93. He would reprise the popular role for subsequent iterations Good Morning, Miss Bell, Saved by the Bell: The New Class and Saved by the Bell: The College Years. In all, he appeared as Screech for 13 years.

    The franchise, which would become a generational touchstone, also starred Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley, Tiffani Thiessen and Lark Voorhies, with Diamond’s Screech serving as the annoying but likable comic foil to his generally more popular classmates.

    In addition to his signature role, Diamond starred in such reality television series as the fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club, Weakest Link and Celebrity Boxing 2. He made cameo appearances in films such as Made (2001), Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003) and American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009). In December 2013, Diamond appeared on an episode of OWN’s Where Are They Now? and became a house member in the 12th season of Celebrity Big Brother.

    Diamond checked into a Florida hospital last month after enduring pain throughout his body from shingles and a general feeling of unease. After the cancer was discovered, he underwent chemotherapy in hope of beating it back.

    Diamond’s 2009 tell-all book, Behind the Bell, detailed the dirt on the backstage antics of the show. The book angered some of his Bell co-stars, who disputed its accuracy. Diamond himself later disavowed much of the book, saying it largely was written by a ghostwriter.

    Three years prior to the memoir, he directed and released his own sex tape but later expressed regret for that as well, and said he had used a stunt double for the sex scenes.

    In 2014, Diamond was arrested in Wisconsin following a violent barroom altercation and was charged with carrying a concealed weapon — reportedly a switchblade knife — and disorderly conduct. Sentenced to four months in prison, Diamond was released on probation after three months. He was re-arrested in 2016 for violating the terms of his probation.

    In its statement following Diamond’s death today, his representatives addressed the actor’s controversial moments:

    We’ve been working alongside Dustin over the last twenty-one years. It goes without saying that our relationship cannot be categorized exclusively as business. He has become a larger part of our everyday life: A part of our family and friend circle. We are aware that Dustin is not considered reputable by most. He’s had a history of mishaps, of unfortunate events. We want the public to understand that he was not intentionally malevolent. He–much like the rest of those who act out and behave poorly—had undergone a great deal of turmoil and heartache. His actions, though rebukeable, stemmed from loss and the lack of knowledge on how to process that pain properly. In actuality, Dustin was a humorous and high-spirited individual whose greatest passion was to make others laugh. He was able to sense and feel other peoples’ emotions to such a length that he was able to feel them too—a strength and a flaw, all in one.

    Dustin Diamond was a character in and of himself: an unpredictable spitfire who always left us shocked, but never left us bored. We are thankful he trusted us enough to share his genuine, authentic self with our team. We wish you knew him in the way that we did. We please ask that you give room for privacy to our team and Mr. Diamond’s family during this tragic time, as we grieve and remember the memories spent together. This loss is as much stinging as it is sudden.
  3. #3
    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Let's make Lisa fuck his corpse.
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  4. #4
    rabbitweed African Astronaut
    But Zack & Slater are still OK, right?
  5. #5
    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by rabbitweed But Zack & Slater are still OK, right?

    Nope. All dead. Windmill accident. Mr. Belding's cool brother is the only survivor.
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  6. #6
    STER0S African Astronaut [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    that was quick.
    his diagnosis wasnt even a month ago.
  7. #7
    DontTellEm Dark Matter
    Dang Daniel.
  8. #8
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Literally who?
  9. #9
    STER0S African Astronaut [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    the goofy bastard from 'saved by the bell'

    'twas an early 90s u.s. sitcom
  10. #10
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by STER0S the goofy bastard from 'saved by the bell'

    'twas an early 90s u.s. sitcom

    Think we had Saved by the Bell here as well, i just never watched it. Mostly because the impression i got from seeing fragments of it was that it was mediocre at best.
  11. #11
    Donald Trump African Astronaut
    The lanky jedi.
  12. #12
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    Originally posted by STER0S that was quick.
    his diagnosis wasnt even a month ago.

    In a news article I read a couple weeks ago it said that according to some of those closest to him that he has been ignoring health problems even after not being able to hide them anymore.
    Apparently he had a large growth on his neck and he would just try and cover it up.
    Going to the hospital with "full body pain" is kind like "Hey guys, I can't bare it anymore"
    Most people see a hiccup and they run and get a covid test.
    Only he knows when he knew and what he knew and why he waited.

    Please don't wait to take care of yourself and especially your health.
    When left untreated sometimes one thing leads to another and so on.
    Also some things just will not get better on their own.


    RIP my dude.
  13. #13
    frala Avant garde shartist
    Originally posted by stl1 Deadline
    Dustin Diamond Dies: “Screech” From ‘Saved By The Bell’ Was 44
    Greg Evans


    Dustin Diamond, who gained youthful fame as the nerdy Samuel “Screech” Powers on TV’s Saved by the Bell, died today in a Florida hospital, just weeks after revealing he was battling stage 4 cancer. He was 44.

    Diamond’s agent confirmed the actor’s death.

    “We are saddened to confirm of Dustin Diamond’s passing on Monday, February 1st, 2021 due to carcinoma,” his reps at Roger Paul Inc. said in a statement. “He was diagnosed with this brutal, relentless form of malignant cancer only three weeks ago. In that time, it managed to spread rapidly throughout his system; the only mercy it exhibited was its sharp and swift execution. Dustin did not suffer. He did not have to lie submerged in pain. For that, we are grateful.”

    The statement also alluded to Diamond’s various controversies, noting that the actor, who had released a self-produced sex tape, wrote a tell-all book and was arrested following a 2014 bar fight, “was a character in and of himself: an unpredictable spitfire who always left us shocked, but never left us bored. We are thankful he trusted us enough to share his genuine, authentic self with our team. We wish you knew him in the way that we did.”

    Born on January 7, 1977, in San Jose, CA, Diamond first played Screech on the hit show that ran on NBC from 1989-93. He would reprise the popular role for subsequent iterations Good Morning, Miss Bell, Saved by the Bell: The New Class and Saved by the Bell: The College Years. In all, he appeared as Screech for 13 years.

    The franchise, which would become a generational touchstone, also starred Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Mario Lopez, Elizabeth Berkley, Tiffani Thiessen and Lark Voorhies, with Diamond’s Screech serving as the annoying but likable comic foil to his generally more popular classmates.

    In addition to his signature role, Diamond starred in such reality television series as the fifth season of Celebrity Fit Club, Weakest Link and Celebrity Boxing 2. He made cameo appearances in films such as Made (2001), Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003) and American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009). In December 2013, Diamond appeared on an episode of OWN’s Where Are They Now? and became a house member in the 12th season of Celebrity Big Brother.

    Diamond checked into a Florida hospital last month after enduring pain throughout his body from shingles and a general feeling of unease. After the cancer was discovered, he underwent chemotherapy in hope of beating it back.

    Diamond’s 2009 tell-all book, Behind the Bell, detailed the dirt on the backstage antics of the show. The book angered some of his Bell co-stars, who disputed its accuracy. Diamond himself later disavowed much of the book, saying it largely was written by a ghostwriter.

    Three years prior to the memoir, he directed and released his own sex tape but later expressed regret for that as well, and said he had used a stunt double for the sex scenes.

    In 2014, Diamond was arrested in Wisconsin following a violent barroom altercation and was charged with carrying a concealed weapon — reportedly a switchblade knife — and disorderly conduct. Sentenced to four months in prison, Diamond was released on probation after three months. He was re-arrested in 2016 for violating the terms of his probation.

    In its statement following Diamond’s death today, his representatives addressed the actor’s controversial moments:

    We’ve been working alongside Dustin over the last twenty-one years. It goes without saying that our relationship cannot be categorized exclusively as business. He has become a larger part of our everyday life: A part of our family and friend circle. We are aware that Dustin is not considered reputable by most. He’s had a history of mishaps, of unfortunate events. We want the public to understand that he was not intentionally malevolent. He–much like the rest of those who act out and behave poorly—had undergone a great deal of turmoil and heartache. His actions, though rebukeable, stemmed from loss and the lack of knowledge on how to process that pain properly. In actuality, Dustin was a humorous and high-spirited individual whose greatest passion was to make others laugh. He was able to sense and feel other peoples’ emotions to such a length that he was able to feel them too—a strength and a flaw, all in one.

    Dustin Diamond was a character in and of himself: an unpredictable spitfire who always left us shocked, but never left us bored. We are thankful he trusted us enough to share his genuine, authentic self with our team. We wish you knew him in the way that we did. We please ask that you give room for privacy to our team and Mr. Diamond’s family during this tragic time, as we grieve and remember the memories spent together. This loss is as much stinging as it is sudden.

    You really piss me off sometimes.
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  14. #14
    rabbitweed African Astronaut
    He's fingering that hot black chick who always shot him down in heaven now.
  15. #15
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy In a news article I read a couple weeks ago it said that according to some of those closest to him that he has been ignoring health problems even after not being able to hide them anymore.
    Apparently he had a large growth on his neck and he would just try and cover it up.
    Going to the hospital with "full body pain" is kind like "Hey guys, I can't bare it anymore"
    Most people see a hiccup and they run and get a covid test.
    Only he knows when he knew and what he knew and why he waited.

    Please don't wait to take care of yourself and especially your health.
    When left untreated sometimes one thing leads to another and so on.
    Also some things just will not get better on their own.


    RIP my dude.

    thats how REAL MEN act.

    ignore the pains and move on until they can no longer.
  16. #16
    DontTellEm Dark Matter
    Originally posted by Sophie Think we had Saved by the Bell here as well, i just never watched it. Mostly because the impression i got from seeing fragments of it was that it was mediocre at best.

    Ur a hardcore faggot.
  17. #17
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by DontTellEm Ur a hardcore faggot.

    You're barely convincing facsimile of what it means to be a woman.
  18. #18
    DontTellEm Dark Matter
    Please. Maybe I should take notes from u, queen.
  19. #19
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by DontTellEm Please. Maybe I should take notes from u, queen.

    If you think that'll help you, who am i to deny you that slim sliver of hope. By all means, go ahead.
  20. #20
    DontTellEm Dark Matter
    Lol. Let's start w ur avatar & end w ur false sense of masculinity.
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