When the boys and girls competed to win their own Jet-X's by making some awesome commercials, you knew you also wanted to have your own to ride around campus on. First off, those dorms were HUGE, seriously bigger than an average size bedroom, so colorful and fun.
Personal soda machine, big television, pool table and also had two stories to it. Whether it be to stop at the coffee carts on every corner or head down to the beach that surrounded the campus.
No worries, just walk right up the hill and there is your own personal sushi bar right on campus. Well, Zoey, we can't quite ever forgive you for getting the show canceled, your daughter is pretty adorable.
He really only looked out for himself, but deep down we still enjoyed him because the Chase, Michael and Logan romance couldn't have been possible without him. Michael, the man who never failed to make us laugh, the stud basketball player who could also play the flute.
Whether it was his crazy doodles, stupid jokes, or made up slang, PCA would never have been so fun without him. Lola was obsessed with yoga and when she dated Vince, you know we all secretly loved it.
Quirky, weird, science obsessed Quinn who tested a new experiment in every episode. But our hearts felt so much joy when Quinn was happily dating Logan (because who saw that one coming).
Zoey's younger, adorable brother who always seemed to be finding himself in some kind of trouble. Honestly, I wasn't very sad to see her character leave at the end of season two after being diagnosed with MGD (Obsessive Male Gender Disorder) if that's even a real thing.
Zoey, Lola, Quinn, Chase, Michael and Logan forever the best group of friends. Thank you for the crazy times and giving us such a great childhood television show.
And you thought they would never make another episode...10 years later and the time capsule is finally opened. Click the link to watch the special extra episode that was aired in 2015 to find out what Zoey said about Chase all those years ago.
Zoey101 premiered on Nickelodeon 15 years ago, turning a certain pop star's little sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, into a sitcom darling and serving as an early stepping stone for all sorts of now-famous names who had bitten parts, including Ashley Benson, Harry Shut Jr., Panel Parrish, Miranda Cosgrove, Jeanette McCarty, Brandi Cyrus, KeeganAllen, Jessica Stoup and Kevin Male. Though the series lasted for only four seasons, the nostalgia runs deep with this one, and fans were overjoyed when the cast reunited to shoot a sketch for the reboot of All That, to air this year.
Jamie Lynn Spears best known for her role of Zoey in the successful series of Nickelodeon, surprised her followers on Instagram by sharing a picture next to the cast of Zoey101, which generated enthusiasm among the fans of the show in 2005. The sister of Britney Spears has confirmed the return of cast integrated by Paul Butcher (Dustin), Sean Flynn (Chase), Kristin Herrera (Dana), Chris Massey (Michael), Erin Sanders (Quinn) and Matthew Underwood (Logan), although not for a continuation of the series, but for a special episode entitled All That, where you will make sketches, and in which also participate Victoria Justice.
For months, rumors about a possible reunion came to life after it was made viral a photograph of the actors of the program along with the director Dan Schneider. The 29-year-old actress, who starred as the titular character, reunites with Paul Butcher, Sean Flynn, Kristin Herrera, Chris Massey, Erin Sanders and Matthew Underwood for a special All That sketch airing Saturday, July 11.
In ET's exclusive first look at the sketch, Spears begins by reprising her role as the grumpy, 101 -year-old, bacon-loving bodyguard Thelma Stump. She's first seen blocking the All That cast members from entering the set, before the Zoey101 actors show up, and they get in a heated confrontation.
ET spoke with Spears in May, while she was promoting her first acting gig in 12 years, Sweet Magnolias, where she talked about being back in front of the camera. Jamie Lynn Spears is finally making her triumphant return to Nickelodeon, and she’s fitting all her reunions into one place.
Reprising the role of Thelma Stump, the bacon-loving bodyguard she played on the original run of All That, for a sketch on the current reboot of the groundbreaking kids comedy show, Spears will also be joined by her castrates from Zoey101, her other popular Nickelodeon series. Zoey101 has had reunions before, and even did a short where the cast opened a time capsule they had buried while they were boarding school students at Pacific Coast Academy in an episode from 10 years prior.
Now, Zoey101‘s Paul Butcher, Sean Flynn, Kristin Herrera, Chris Massey, Erin Sanders, and Matthew Underwood will be able to see their costar again (though this time dressed as security) in the “Thelma Stump” sketch airing in early 2020. This article has been updated to include a photo from the set of the Zoey101 cast reunion.
But, shortly after introducing the audience to Broccoli, Jellyfish, Lips, Mushroom, and Squiggly Monster, one of them had to say goodbye. This weekend, the latest chapter in the Lizzie McGuire reboot drama unfolded when Hilary Duff took to Instagram to formally ask Disney brass to move the project to Hulu.
Jamie Lynn Spears, who also starred on a popular tween series in the early 2000s, replied in a comment on Duff's Instagram post, showing solidarity for her longtime friend. Jamie Lynn Spears took to Instagram this weekend to comment on Hilary Duff's explosive post about the uncertain future of the highly-anticipated Lizzie McGuire reboot, which shut down production after two episodes following creative disputes.
Duff posted on Instagram this weekend asking Disney to move the project to Hulu, where it wouldn't be stuck “under the ceiling of a PG rating.” The post was met with widespread support from fans, with many using phrases like “Justice for Lizzie” and “#FreeLizzieMcGuire” to show their solidarity with Duff's sentiment.
We wouldn't object to a Jamie Lynn/ Zoey Brooks cameo if the Lizzie reboot does eventually make its way out of limbo and onto our screens (preferably on Hulu, of course). For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter.
News, the cast of Zoey101 revealed they're hoping for a reboot, especially in the wake of their two recent reunions on All That. “I've had conversations, and we want to be able to tell everyone's story the best way we can, and finding the right home for it, I think that's the most important part right now,” Spears explained, adding that she's been talking to networks about reviving the sitcom since before the pandemic.
We want to connect with the fans and touch on topics that are impacting millennials, so it would have to be aged up and be more mature.” However, she also expressed a desire to “add some depth” to her character, namely through what Spears imagines being a “tangled love story” with Chase.
Meanwhile, Spears revealed that her costars, Erin Sanders and Matthew Underwood, had come up with their own plan for where their respective characters, Quinn and Logan, would be in 2020. Alexa left the show in 2006 after two seasons amid rumors that she was feuding with Jamie-Lynn, but after eight years, you would have thought they, and their fans, might have buried the hatchet.
No word on how Alexa and Zoey actually feel nearly ten years later, but since we've gotten amazing Suite Life of Zack & Cody and Lizzie McGuire reunions recently, it's only right that we get a Zoey101 one, too. And it'll be the perfect opportunity for these two girls to show the world (and this bitter Alexa fan) that they've buried the hatchet.
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