The beloved Disney Channel sitcom premiered in March 2005 with its spinoff series 'The Suite Life on Deck' debuting in 2008
Fans of The Suite Life on Deck have flocked to various social media platforms to remind the famous twins, 31, about an important reservation that was made in season 1 of the Disney Channel show, which was a spinoff of their first series, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
The episode titled “When In Rome…” first aired on Jan. 23, 2009 and featured lead characters Zack Martin (Dylan) and Cody Martin (Cole) trying to make plans for dinner at a renowned restaurant by Chef Gigi in Rome.
“I can squeeze you in at 7:30,” she said, to which Cody replied, “Ah, perfect” with a relieved sigh.
“... on Nov. 16, 2023,” she added, following a long pause.
"But that’s in 15 years," Cody implored while Zack noted, "What if I don't feel like Italian that day?"
Former Disney Channel diehards paid tribute to their favorite childhood show by flocking to Dylan and Cole’s comment sections on their respective Instagram accounts.
"Hey Dylan! This is a reminder that your appointment at Chef Gigi's is set for tomorrow at 7:30pm, to confirm respond YES. To decline respond NO. Thank you," a fan quipped under the Beautiful Disaster star’s most recent post.
Another commented, "Do you still feel like Italian? Because your table is ready."
Other eagle-eyed Suite Life buffs noticed that Google had programmed a hilarious banner that reads “Table for ✌️?” when users search the Sprouse twins.
Adrian R’Mante, who took on the role of beloved Tipton Hotel bellman Esteban Julio Ricardo Montoya de la Rosa Ramírez on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, also paid tribute to the 15-year dinner reservation.
In a video shared to TikTok, the actor, 45, reacted to the scene, silently mouthing “wow!” as the clip played beside him.
"Who’s eating Italian on November 16th, 2023?? 🙋🏻♂," he teased in the caption.
Though the childhood sitcom is adored and highly regarded by many, Cole dashed hopes of a potential reboot during an appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show in January 2021.
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"Reboots are a tricky thing, you know?" he said at the time. "The original shows when they become successful sit in this little golden plate of nostalgia and when you modernize it and go back to it, it has the potential to really disenfranchise the original fanbase so it's a very, very touchy thing."
"I'm asked all the time if Dylan and I are going to do a Suite Life reboot, and I go, 'No, absolutely not,'" he added.
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