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Cole Sprouse Revealed Whether Or Not We'll See His Twin Brother Dylan On 'Riverdale'

The Suit Life of Zack And Cody was truly one of Disney's finest moments. The twins were lovable and mischievous. The combination of cute to crafty was balanced and wonderful. Mr. Mosby was our favourite source of comic relief. London and Maddie were the original #friendshipgoals. And do I even need to talk about Esteban?? 

Of course, the Sprouse twins broke our hearts taking such a long hiatus from acting. We honestly thought we'd never see the two on television again, let alone have Cole star in one of the biggest shows to hit 2017. (Be honest, wasn't Dylan your favourite, too??) 

After the two left Disney, the brothers focused on getting their educations from NYU and taking time off from the spotlight. While Cole surprisingly picked up acting again, Dylan has been keeping a low profile - opening a mead bar (some sort of alcoholic honey. Idk, it's a *trendy* New York Thing), modelling a little, and hanging with his dog. While all that's fine and dandy, we're quietly hoping for a SUITE reunion...if you catch our drift. 

During a recent interview with Glamour, Cole was asked how he'd feel if Dylan joined him on Riverdale. And his response...well, it's definitely more sour.

"I wouldn't want it, Dylan would never do it, and I think it would break fourth wall too much. A lot of my fans from the Suite Life still come up and say, 'This would be fun!' I think it would just be silly. It would be super, super weird and totally not appropriate." 

But're weird. You're a weirdo, remember??? Riverdale, though full of teen hotties, is notoriously cheesy. The writing is outright, bad sometimes?? You don't think that throwing your adorable twin brother into the show would be amazing for ratings and just so much visual joy for us???

Cole insisted having Dylan on the show is just not the right move, in saying, "People want to see us on-screen together again, and that’s fine. That’s flattering, I guess. But if it’s going to destroy the kind of world that we’ve built [on Riverdale], it’s wildly inappropriate." 

Alright, chill tf out Cole Sprouse. Riverdale is a hit but it definitely wouldn't be ~*wildly inappropriate*~ to give us all an amazing childhood flashback?? Mr. Mosby! Cody's acting all weird again. 

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