Let this be a lesson to all you child stars out there. Film one disgusting sex tape when you grow up and People magazine will crop you out of old photos.
That's what happened to Dustin Diamond, as the celebrity news publication has stolen Jimmy Fallon's idea and paying tribute to Saved by the Bell cast.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Thiessen? Done and done. DD? Not so much.
Check out what they've done to poor Screech, pretending he didn't even exist as they mark the 20th anniversary of the former Saturday morning staple ...
AIRBRUSHED OUT: Screech gets the Back to the Future treatment.
Diamond may have the last laugh though. Over the course of the past year he penned a tell-all book about life on the teen TV show’s set, a book which promised “sexual escapades among cast members, drug use, and hardcore partying.”
We don't know if that's awesome or gross. Probably somewhere in between.
In any case, the scandalous book, originally set to be published by Gotham Books, was dropped from that imprint because, well, come on, who's gonna buy a freaking Dustin Diamond tell-all, honestly. We're in a recession, people.
Fortunately, those SBTB diehards who can't live without the inside Jesse Spano-A.C. Slater make-out sessions will still be able to get their hands on it, thanks to the Canadian publisher Transit, which will release it in September.
SCREECHED OUT: People Magazine is not a fan of Double-D.