A college RA just transformed her entire floor into a Suite Life of Zack & Cody shrine, and it’s honestly a mood. We mean, who wasn’t obsessed with the Disney Channel series that starred Ashley Tisdale, Brenda Song and Dylan and Cole Sprouse? We know we definitely were. The show aired from 2005-2008 and since it was a huge part of our childhood, there’s not a day that goes by that goes by that we don’t miss it. So not only is the fact that this student just hung up a ton of old-school posters from the TV show around her college dorm super hilarious, but it’s also so relatable.
Liz Wertz, who is an RA at Missouri State, took to Twitter to share a video of it, and boy was it epic. For those of you that are confused, a college RA (also known as a resident assistant) is usually an upperclass student who’s in charge of regulating a college dorm. “Hello @dylansprouse @colesprouse @ashleytisdale @BrendaSong @kimrhodes4real @adrianrmante,” she wrote. “I’m an RA at college and this is my floor theme.”
— Liz Wertz (@LizWertz4) January 12, 2019
In the clip that was posted on January 12, 2019, you could see that not only did Liz hang up pics of the cast, but she also plastered the walls with a giant Disney Channel logo, the hilarious “Rain Drop Drop Top” meme featuring Mr. Moseby, and even more. Seriously, well done, Liz, well done.
Naturally, the video quickly went viral, and fans of the show were loving it. But get this — a few of the old Suite Life cast members even sent their approval. Adrian R’Mante, who played Esteban Julio Ricardo Montoya de la Rosa Ramírez (AKA the assistant night manager at the Boston Tipton) found it hilarious.
— Adrian R'Mante (@adrianrmante) January 13, 2019
“So cool!” he wrote. Brian Stepanek, who played Arwin Hochauser in the epic show, added: “This is awesome. But I’m only represented once? #Arwin.” LOL.
— Brian Stepanek (@BrianStepanek) January 17, 2019
This is seriously college dorm goals.
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