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LOS ANGELES — Miles and miles away from any large body of water — on a massive set located at the Hollywood Center Studios — a group of vacationers are enjoying activities on the deck of an ocean liner. The large stack looms in the background.

This is where the Disney Channel series “The Suite Life on Deck” is filmed.

“The Suite Life with Zack and Cody,” which was launched in 2005, was revamped after three seasons. A shift to the high seas as the setting resulted in the name change.

Zack and Cody — real-life twins Dylan, right, and Cole Sprouse — have had their own Disney show since 2004.

“The Suite Life on Deck,” 7 p.m. Friday, Disney Channel

The name’s different but the show’s the same. The top-rated series on basic cable among kids 6-11 and tweens follows twin brothers Zack and Cody Martin (Dylan and Cole Sprouse), hotel heiress London Tipton (Brenda Song) and new friend Bailey Pickett (Debby Ryan) after they enroll in a semester-at-sea program. The set is the deck of the SS Tipton.

The series airs 8 p.m. Fridays on the Disney Channel. A special episode at 7 p.m. Wednesday is Earth Day-themed: Zack falls for a girl who his pal Woody believes is a mermaid; Cody is upset over the amount of towels the ship’s guests use and organizes his own green initiative.

“Disney really wanted to underline with this show that Zack and Cody are growing up. Obviously, we are. We are getting taller. Our voices are getting deeper. But, because we are basically working with the same cast and crew, it just really feels like the fourth season and not a new show,” says Cole between filming a scene on the massive set and trying to squeeze in a few moments of mandatory school time.

The brothers will turn 17 in August 4th That means they study in the one-room classroom located only a few steps from the stage.

This world is nothing new to the twins. They were infants when they worked on “Grace Under Fire.” They have also appeared on “That ’70s Show,” “That’s So Raven” and “Friends.”

Cole is young, but he’s already a veteran when it comes to show business. The brothers know that the “Suite Life” won’t go on forever. That won’t mean an end to acting.

“The way I look at it is, if my brother and I are having fun doing what we love and with people we really care about, there really is no reason to stop. I have never looked at acting for the fame. I am in it to have fun,” Cole says.

Cole credits his parents with keeping he and his brother so grounded. Part of the secret is the brothers do get some time to relax.

At work, the schedule is hectic. In fact, Cole is being called back to the set to shoot another scene. His on-set tutor reminds him that he still has to put in an hour of classroom work before he can go home.

But away from the set, the brothers just like to hang out with their friends and play video games. Both want to go to college.

Dylan finally has a few moments to talk about growing up.

The brothers no longer are exact replicas. There is so much difference, they play cousins in the upcoming movie “The Kings of Appletown.”

To illustrate how much he and his brother have changed in four years, Dylan points to a series of marks on the classroom wall. The growth chart shows they have grown at least seven inches.

The brothers have worked on a few projects separately over the years but prefer to work together.

“Being without Cole is like Laurel without Hardy. Cole supports me and I support him. We play off each other because we know each other really well. We are so comfortable with each other,” Dylan says.

It has only been four years since the first “Suite Life” launched. But, Dylan says he can tell how much he and his brother have grown in other ways.

“Every year, every episode, there has been more growing,” Dylan says. “We are working with some great actors so we are constantly learning new ideas, new jokes. That has made us feel more comfortable.”

Phil Lewis is one of the few adults in the cast. His character of Mr. Moseby, the hotel manager from when the show was on dry land, came on board to watch the television twins at sea.

“It has been such a great gift to see these guys grow up on screen,” Lewis says. “I think they have a learned a little from me having been in the business for a while. They come up and ask me questions about comedy. I am a bit of a mentor to them.”

Lewis has rolled up a long list of credits during 20-plus years of acting, from “Hill Street Blues” to “Scrubs.”

Being an adult on a youth-oriented show does have a few drawbacks. The need to balance work and school means there are times when shooting is delayed. You won’t hear Lewis complaining.

“I have two kids of my own. A 10-year-old and an 8-year-old. I am king of the house,” Lewis says. “Also, the great thing about being an adult on this show is that they write to the character. There are a lot of kids shows where the adults are never seen or never heard.”

As with his younger co-stars, Lewis is called back to the set. Moments later the vacationers are back enjoying the overhead lights that serve as the sun as another scene for “The Suite Life on Deck” lifts anchor.




Hello everyone here’s another sweet comment Dylan sent to his fans in the message center on read what he said this time and feel free to leave your comments

This is Dylan and Cole’s video from People’s Magazine the boys looking awesome as usual talking about TSLOD, Their New Cars and a behind scene sneek peek inside their photoshoot for People Magazine So check it out now!!!


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

Source:Just Jared Jr.

Also guys go on this link:,,20273146,00.html?cid=redirect-zackandcody/

And Thank you so much to Sofia Alvarado she’s a really great Fan of Dylan and Cole 🙂

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