Sorry, Dustin Diamond, but these two actors aren't interested in your book at all!
Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer stopped by HuffPost Live Wednesday morning hoping to promote their show, Franklin & Bash.
The conversation, however, quickly turned to Diamond's scandalous book that details his time on Saved by the Bell, a show Gosselaar also starred in.
"Everything that I've heard about his book is negative and I don't remember those things," Gosselaar shared. "My experience on the show was very positive and that's why when people say, ‘Oh, you don't like talking about it.' It's like, No, I don't mind talking about it, I just don't really remember that time, and also everything I do remember was extremely positive."
Meyer, who didn't star on the popular series, also couldn't help but share his disappointment at the book.
"That guy is such a d--k. I need to say it," Meyer said. "The Dustin thing is just so silly. It's just so negative and it always bums me out."
He added, "Everyone has nothing but awesome [things] to say about that [show], except for Dustin. That might be you, bro."
In the book, Diamond shares his experience about being the Saved by the Bell outcast. He also drops plenty of accusations, including the rumor that Gosselaar used steroids to become the dreamy Zach Morris.
"I think it's bulls--t," Meyer said. "I think he's so full of s--t, like his sex tape." Burn!