Monthly Archives: April 2011
A lot of you always ask me questions about The Sprouse Brothers and The Suite Life On Deck, so to make it a little easier for you guys and me, I decided to make an account for Sprouseland on Formspring. The only one condition would be NOT to ask me any private information about Dylan and Cole or about myself.
Sprouseland on Formspring will be use as a way to interact with the Sprouse fans community and as a tool to solve doubts about Dylan and Cole’s future projects as artists and actors.
Here’s the link (you don’t need to be a Formspring member to ask questions):
NOTE: REMEMBER THIS ACCOUNT WILL BE ONLY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT DYLAN AND COLE’S CAREER AND FUTURE PROJECTS NOT ABOUT THEIR PRIVACY THANK YOU!
I hope this helps thanks everybody!
The Suite Life On Deck the best Disney Channel show reaches its finale. On May 6th we all see The Seven Seas High graduating on board the SS Tipton, after a long, fun and awesome journey. There will be a lot of surprises we cannot miss.
Some loving and loyal fans came up with the great idea to give The Suite Life On Deck the best good bye ever making our favorite show To Trend on Twitter under the hashtags #SuiteLifeForever, #TSLOD and #MuchLove. So if you’re reading this now join us, to let our favorite twins stars Dylan Sprouse, Cole Sprouse and the rest of TSLOD cast Brenda Song, Debby Ryan, Matt Timmons, and Phill Lewis know, how much we love the show and them and we’ll always be Suite Life Fans Forever!!
JJJ is so NOT ready for this!
Dylan Sprouse, Matthew Timmons, Debby Ryan and Cole Sprouse throw their hats up in the air in this brand-new still from The Suite Life on Deck.
In the series finale “Graduation on Deck,” When Mr. Tipton sells the ship, Zack (Dylan), Cody (Cole), London (Brenda Song) and Bailey (Ryan) find themselves embarking on separate journeys after graduation.
Maya (Zoey Deutch) accepts a Peace Corps assignment in Africa and breaks up with Zack, while Cody and Bailey are anxious about their relationship surviving through college.
As they explore plans for the next chapter in their lives, relationships are tested but they realize distance cannot overcome the strong bond formed between them.
“Graduation on Deck” premieres NEXT FRIDAY, May 6 @ 8PM ET/PT
Well people never believed us last year when we said that SLOD was ending and some may still not believe that. So here is the Official word from Disney Channel via a press release issued todsay announcing the series finale to be the “Graduation” episode.
All good voyages must come to an end, but for Seven Seas High School students Zack, Cody, London, Bailey and Woody, graduation comes sooner than they expect, and with a lot of baggage, in the momentous series finale of “The Suite Life on Deck,” premiering FRIDAY, MAY 6 (8:00-8:40 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel. Immediately following is a special preview of the new comedy series “A.N.T. Farm,” which revolves around Chyna Parks, an 11-year-old musical prodigy who attends high school as part of the prestigious A.N.T. (Advanced Natural Talents) program.
Fans are invited to visit www.DisneyChannel.com/SuiteLife and vote for their favorite episodes of “The Suite Life on Deck” and “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.” The episodes with the most votes in categories including Most Athletic, Cutest Couple, Most Likely to Succeed and Class Clown will air during a week-long programming event beginning MONDAY, MAY 2. Fans can also submit their “graduation wish” shout-outs to the cast and select messages will ticker on-air during the programming event. As of last Friday, over 7.6 million votes had been received from fans regarding their favorite episodes.
With 162 half-hour episodes between “The Suite Life on Deck” and “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody,” the franchise holds the record for having the longest running continuous characters on air and the most episodes in Disney Channel history.
In “The Suite Life on Deck” episode “Graduation on Deck,” Cody and Bailey grapple with the crushing fact that one of them does not get accepted to Yale. Also, Mr. Moseby makes a life changing decision involving Ms. Tuttweiler.
Disney Channel’s newest comedy series, “A.N.T. Farm,” is set in San Francisco and revolves around Chyna Parks, an 11-year-old musical prodigy who attends a high school as part of the prestigious A.N.T. (Advanced Natural Talents) program. She, along with her fellow A.N.T.s, Olive and Fletcher, must find her place and make the most of her high school experience despite the decidedly lukewarm welcome from some high school students, including Chyna’s older brother, Cameron, who overcompensates to avoid his sister’s shadow, and overachieving Lexi Reed, who doesn’t appreciate the competition Chyna represents.
2011 to date, an episode of “The Suite Life” is the year’s No. 1 scripted TV telecast among Kids 6-11 and Tweens 9-14, and its Disney Channel Original Movie is the No. 2 TV movie of the year in the key demos. (Source: NTI, US ratings, Live + Same Day, 12/27/10-4/1911.)
“The Suite Life on Deck” stars Dylan Sprouse as Zack Martin, Cole Sprouse as Cody Martin, Brenda Song as London Tipton, Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett and Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby. Matthew Timmons has a recurring role as Woody and Erin Cardillo as Ms. Tuttweiler. The episode is executive-produced by Pamela Eells O’Connell (“Family Matters”) and Irene Dreayer (“Sister, Sister,” “Smart Guy”). “The Suite Life on Deck” is produced by It’s A Laugh Productions for Disney Channel.
START VOTING ON THE LINK BELOW:
I know all of you Sprouse lovers wants to hear from your idols and well, finally their new Danimals commercial is here after a long waiting enjoy it everybody!!