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  • -Cole Sprouse.

  • -Hey.

  • -You look great. Are you in the studio?

  • Because we're -- I'm not doing the show from the studio.

  • -Yeah, well, I was invited to the studio

  • only to find out that it was just me

  • and these two guys up there in the corner.

  • -Hey, let me see that stache.

  • Can I pull on it?

  • -Do you want to twist it?

  • -Yeah. I do.

  • -Yeah, I figured I'd dress up like a young Chef Boyardee

  • for you today to really scare my entire audience.

  • -[ Laughs ] Why --

  • I like it. I think it looks good. Why the stache?

  • -I was growing it out. I was growing my hair out

  • and my mustache for a role,

  • but then quarantine hit, and I figured, you know what?

  • I'm going to be playing 17 for the next 80 years of my life.

  • I might as well give myself a second

  • to actually figure if I can grow a mustache.

  • -Yeah. And you can.

  • Now, I know from growing a mustache

  • that this part takes --

  • That's what takes the extra couple months, that thing.

  • -Oh, this has taken me about the fullness of the quarantine

  • thus far. I've been trimming.

  • I've been making sure it all looks kosher.

  • My brother and I have been in a violent competition

  • for whose facial hair is more robust.

  • -Mm. You've got to be in the lead, I'm assuming.

  • -Well, he's got this sort of devilish --

  • -Like a Van Dyke type of deal?

  • -Yeah, a kind of Shakespearean point to his chin.

  • I was sort of going for the Victorian man

  • that's trying to tie a woman to the train tracks,

  • and he's going to go for, like, full Viking mode.

  • -Yeah, Snidely Whiplash type of vibe.

  • But do you have any wax in there?

  • -Oh, yeah, I do. In fact,

  • I have it here.

  • -Yeah. Dude, that's what I'm talking about.

  • You got to get the mustache wax.

  • -Oh, dude, it's the only way to go.

  • -Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. That's what I'm talking about.

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • -Whoo! -Ooh, ooh, ooh.

  • Hey, you know what's a good gift for you,

  • if you know somebody that wants to give you a gift --

  • -Clearly, you're not proposing to get me a gift, but --

  • [ Laughs ] "Hey, you know what's a good gift for you,

  • if someone wants to get you one."

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • I can mail one to you, but --

  • -Yeah, are you going to give me the gift,

  • or you need someone else to buy it?

  • -I think someone else should be involved.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • But is it -- There's a mustache comb.

  • Do you have one?

  • -No, I don't.

  • Look, this is uncharted territory for me.

  • I'm learning how to do this for the first time in my life,

  • okay? I haven't gotten all the accoutrements yet.

  • -By the way, I have a question

  • about "Suite Life of Zack & Cody."

  • -It was just -- It's the 15th.

  • -It's the 15th --

  • Wow.

  • This is me?

  • Is that me? -Yeah, that could be,

  • if you keep shaving.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • Dude, what I was going to ask you is,

  • do you know why everyone's so obsessed with "The Suite Life"?

  • -I would hope it had something to do with me.

  • No, I think --

  • You know, it's the 15-year anniversary of it.

  • And it's interesting.

  • I think even the way I remember a lot of those kids' shows

  • that I grew up on watching in this regard,

  • they sort of fit within this golden, nostalgic little bubble.

  • So there's always this tendency

  • to glorify the things that we grew up with,

  • especially the programming we grew up with.

  • And I think thankfully our show sort of held the test of time.

  • I think the audience has been revived in a couple cases.

  • In places like Disney Plus,

  • I think it was airing for a little bit

  • and some other --

  • You know, people are just searching up

  • all the compilations on YouTube and things, but --

  • -Are people trying to get you to go back

  • and do another thing or a special or something?

  • -Yeah, it's funny.

  • I've had the privilege

  • of being a part of a lot of fun TV shows when I was younger

  • that kind of became cult classics or fan favorites

  • like "Suite Life" or "Friends,"

  • and there's always that question that pops up.

  • You know, there's always that, "When are you going to go back?"

  • or when are you going to renew it?"

  • But I don't think it should be done.

  • if I'm being honest -- I think it's really incendiary.

  • There's a huge potential to kind of demolish

  • that perfect, little, golden memory of a program

  • if you go back and you revive it.

  • -No. No, do not do that.

  • -Yes, I --

  • Look, I'm not the biggest fan

  • of, like, the sequel and the spin-off thing.

  • And I think also if enough time elapses,

  • everyone who comes back to a program like that

  • doesn't -- They're not really in the same head space,

  • so they're trying to capture the same feeling

  • that it was in at least my childhood...

  • -Oh, yeah, I agree with that. -...that sort of strange age

  • of sitcom when we were four-camera, live-audience,

  • and filming in Hollywood.

  • I don't know how it would feel.

  • It kind of --

  • I think it would be enjoyable to find a way to do it

  • that has a lot of respect and captures the feeling

  • that people are actually desiring from that.

  • But I don't know. I think it can be quite incendiary.

-Cole Sprouse.

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