May
17
2009
16

Dylan and Cole Sprouse at Debby Ryan’s Sweet 16 Party

Cole and Dylan Sprouse were guests at Debby Ryan’s Sweet 16 Birthday party sponsored by Popstar. The Suite Life on Deck sweetheart received a ton of gifts and absolutely loved the Coldstone Creamery cake. Fellow Disney stars Cody Linley, Jennifer Stone and David Henrie made a point to seek out Debby and wish her a very happy birthday.
Dylan and Cole Sprouse at Debby Ryan Sweet 16 Party
Who else was there? Victoria Justice, Ashley Argota, Adam Hicks, Carter Jenkins, Steve Rushton, Josh Golden, Madison Pettis, Doc Shaw, Sterling Knight, Chelsea Staub, Savannah Outen, Monet, Josh Hutcherson, and Simon Curtis.

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Debby tweeted yesterday afternoon, saying, “I feel like I’m walking around in a dream! Yesterday was unreal. I had the most magical night! I could never, ever thank everyone enough.”

May
16
2009
16

Dylan and Cole Sprouse at Miranda Cosgrove’s Sweet 16 Party

Dylan and Cole Sprouse at Miranda Cosgrove’s Sweet 16 Party

Cole and Dylan Sprouse were guests at Miranda Cosgrove’s Sweet 16 Party. The iCarly cutie partied with costars Jennette Mccurdy, Victoria Justice, Nathan Kress and Drew Roy plus good pals Simon Curtis and Keke Palmer. Even Disney starlet Debby Ryan was there!

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May
11
2009
5

Disney Channel orders more second-season episodes of the hit comedy series “The Suite Life on Deck”

Disney Channel has ordered additional second-season episodes of the hit comedy series “The Suite Life on Deck” and will bring aboard a new character played by actor Larramie “Doc” Shaw (”House of Payne”). The series is in production in Hollywood and is a spin-off of the Emmy-nominated “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.” It stars Dylan Sprouse (winner of the 2009 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards for Favorite TV Actor), Cole Sprouse, Brenda Song, Debby Ryan and Phill Lewis.

In making the announcement, Gary Marsh, president, Entertainment, Disney Channels Worldwide, said: “With this second-season extension, the cast of ‘The Suite Life’ makes Disney Channel history by becoming the longest running continuous characters on our air - 138 half-hour episodes. We are thrilled for them, and for the brilliant, inspired production team that made this extraordinary run possible.”

A ratings juggernaut since its September 2008 premiere, “The Suite Life on Deck” ranked as TV’s #1 series among Kids 6-11 and the #1 scripted TV series among Tweens 9-14 for all of 2008. Since then, “The Suite Life on Deck” has enjoyed smooth sailing with original episodes holding a commanding lead in the timeslot (Friday 8:00 p.m.), ranking as TV’s #1 program among the key kid demographics, virtually doubling runner up Nickelodeon among Tweens 9-14 (1.7 million vs. 878,000), and defeating it by a whopping 58% among Kids 6-11 (1.9 million vs. 1.2 million). In addition, “The Suite Life on Deck” is #1 in Total Viewers (4.1 million) on all cable, outperforming #2 rank (Fox News and Nickelodeon) by 24%, or an impressive 800,000 viewers. Premiere to date, “The Suite Life on Deck” improved its primary Friday 8:00 p.m. time period, surpassing year-ago averages by 32% in Total Viewers, by 46% in Kids 6-11 (1.9 million vs. 1.3 million) and by 55% in Tweens 9-14 (1.7 million vs. 1.1 million).

In addition to its Friday (8:00 p.m.) telecasts on Disney Channel, beginning June 15 encore episodes of “The Suite Life on Deck” will join the lineup on Disney XD, where “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” also airs daily (7:00 a.m.).

In “The Suite Life on Deck,” identical twins Zack and Cody Martin and London Tipton have embarked on a new adventure — a semester-at-sea aboard a luxurious cruise liner, the SS Tipton, with friend and classmate Bailey Pickett from Kettlecorn, Kansas. More often than not, their antics make cruise director Mr. Moseby want to walk the plank. Episodes debuting in Fall 2009 will introduce a new character, Marcus Little, a former singing sensation whose career ended when his voice changed, so he’s now making a fresh start by studying world music at Seven Seas High on the SS Tipton.

Larramie “Doc” Shaw starred as Malik Payne on Tyler Perry’s “House of Payne,” for which he received a 2009 NAACP Image Award nomination, the 2009 Young Artist Award and a 2009 NAMIC Vision Award for Best Performance in a Comedy. He is a native of Atlanta, Georgia.

“The Suite Life on Deck” is executive-produced by Danny Kallis (”Smart Guy,” “Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper”), Pamela Eells O’Connell (”Family Matters”), Jim Geoghan (”Family Matters”) and Irene Dreayer (”Sister, Sister,” “Smart Guy”). “The Suite Life on Deck” is produced by It’s A Laugh Productions in association with Disney Channel.

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Apr
18
2009
292

Cole Sprouse moments - Splash and Trash

This episode was quite boring, one of the weakest episodes. Some Dylan parts were funny, Cole’s ones not even trying to be funny because he was trying to convince the people on board to go “green”. It was pretty much Dylan’s episode.
Here are the highlights of Cole Sprouse.

A subtle one here. Screaming like a girl?
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Cody presents his environmental views and brings some ideas on how everyone can be “greener”.
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That’s all the funny Cole stuff I could extract from this episode. Which sucks because he can be great at it. Oh well… let’s wait for the next episode.

Suite Life on Deck
Splash and Trash
Season: 1
Episode: 18
First Aired: 4/17/2009
Cole Sprouse (Cody Martin)
Dylan Sprouse (Zack Martin)

Episode overview:
Zack falls in love for Marissa, a girl who has amnesia and who Woody believes is a mermaid. Woody hires London to be a secret spy to find out the truth about her. Meanwhile, Cody is upset with the amount of towels the ship’s guests use and makes his own “green” initiative. When Cody is fired for tricking guests of their towels, he dresses up as monster and steps onto his soap box made of trash to get the guests and Mr. Moseby to listen to his ideas, get the ship on a “greener” path and get his job back.

Watch Dylan’s moments from the same episode on Dylan’s page

Apr
18
2009
49

Dylan and Cole Sprouse in People Magazine

Dylan and Cole Sprouse take the cover of The Suite Life on Deck’s special edition of People magazine.

Dylan and Cole Sprouse in People Magazine
The 16-year-old twins dish to the mag about what it’s really like on the set of Suite Life and if they’d ever switched lives for a day.

Dylan shared, “We tried once! Failed miserably. It was fourth or fifth grade. We tried to pull it on a teacher because I was really good at science and Cole’s really good at math, so he was going to take my math class while I took his science class, which were at the same time. We said, ‘All right, this is going to work!’ We go in and the teachers knew right off the bat but didn’t say anything. They wanted us to keep going. At the end, the teachers brought us in and said, ‘You’re never doing that again!’ We’ve never done it again.”

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Be sure to pick up your own copy of The Suite Life on Deck’s People issue — on stands NOW!

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