Brenda Song, Cole Sprouse and Dylan Sprouse recently debuted the finale of the second season of their hugely popular television series, The Suite Life on Deck.
In the season finale (”Breakup in Paris”), the main characters of the series dock in Paris, France. Bailey Pickett (Debby Ryan) and Cody Martin (Cole Sprouse) end their relationship (Cailey fans left heartbroken) on the night of their one-year anniversary, because Bailey believed Cody and London Tipton (Song) kissed each other on top of the Eiffel Tower.
However was mislead by her own eyes to believe London and Cody were kissing. The loyal Cody was practicing his perfect date for Bailey with London at the Eiffel Tower. When Bailey found out London and Cody did not kiss and were practicing the date Cody has planned for Bailey, Bailey rejoices and playfully goes to the Eiffel Tower, moreover arrives at the tower over 45 minutes after Cody.
Bailey informs Cody that she believes he would cheat on her, as a result Cody and Bailey began having an intense argument about trust and loyalty, where they both state what they truly feel about each other. At that point Cody and Bailey are heartbroken, shocked and end the relationship.
The finale was drastically dramatic and balmy. Each of the characters evoked a different side, including London. The masks each of the characters had worn was slowly beginning to be uncovered, London displayed her softer, ‘girl next door’ side whilst Bailey displayed her insecure side-the one London often conveys throughout the course of the episodes. The humour was well written and well performed and London was frivolous and futile. It became evident in the season finale that London truly and genuinely cares for Bailey, especially when she admitted she is genuinely immensely happy for Bailey to be with someone like Cody.
To date, ”Breakup in Paris” is the most well written, contrived and performed episode of The Suite Life on Deck. In addition, the frivolous manner the characters usually communicated with each other was slowly fading in the episode, setting a mature, serious tone in the series which is foreshadowing what is to come in the third season of the series. According to Debby Ryan, the series will become more ‘mature’ further on, the finale marks the beginning of a new era in the Suite Life. Furthermore, the season finale left the second season of the series in a great note.