Elizabeth Berkley will appear on the 2019 Motor City Comedian Con. (Photograph: Motor Metropolis Comedian Con)

This yr’s Motor City Comic Con will embrace a mini “Saved by the Bell” reunion. 

Elizabeth Berkley, who played Jessie Spano on the hit ’90s teen sitcom, will appear Might 18 and 19 on the event at the Suburban Assortment Showplace in Novi. 

Berkley will sign autographs for $50 and take footage with followers for $60, organizers introduced this week. 

Fans can be in a position get a photo with Berkley and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, a.okay.a. Zack Morris, for $one hundred ten. The duo will even host a panel. No phrase but on whether or not they’ll reenact their well-known caffeine capsule, “I’m so excited” scene that has grow to be the backdrop for a well-liked internet meme. 

Berkley, a Michigan native, can also be recognized for starring in the films “Showgirls,” “The First Wives Club” and “Any Given Sunday.” Her TV appearances embrace “NYPD Blue” and “Titus.”

Motor Metropolis Comedian Con is Michigan’s largest and longest celebration of comics and pop culture. It runs Might 17-19. 

Other superstar visitors scheduled to seem embrace George Takei (“Star Trek”), Charlie Hunnam (FX’s “Sons of Anarchy”), Kristian Nairn (“Recreation of Thrones”), Barry Williams (“The Brady Bunch”) and Doug Jones (“The Form of Water”).   

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Tickets for adults age 13 and up cost $30 for Friday, $40 for Saturday and $30 for Sunday. VIP tickets are $220. Adult weekend passes are $80. 

Children ages 6-12 can attend for $10 on Friday and Saturday, and for free on Sunday. A kids’ weekend pass is $20. Children under age 5 are free all weekend. 

For more information, visit www.motorcitycomiccon.com. 

Contact staff writer Ann Zaniewski at 313-222-6594 or azaniewski@freepress.com. Follow her on Twitter: @AnnZaniewski. 

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