Debby Cambio interview. On filming last day of Suite Life: It was ultra dramatic. There was crying and pretending that we weren’t crying. Laughing about the fact that we were crying. It was just a whole mess of emotions. The thing is, whether or not you always liked each other, you love each other. You spend 12 hours a day 5 days a week with someone for the last 3 years of your life and you’re going to have such a bond with someone like no one you’ve ever met.
It was dramatic but it was also amazing because we were all happy about the things we’re going onto in the future. It was bittersweet. Where do you think the cast would be in 10 years? I think Bailey and Cody would be married and more in love than ever. They would probably have a prodigy science wiz kid.. actually you know what? Because of how much Bailey and Cody love school and..
..everything, they would probably have a kid.. who just wants to be a rapper or something. I think that it would be really interesting to see that. London would be as London as ever. Moseby and Tuttweiler would hopefully have a great life as well. Woody would be a stud.
He would be an international movie star with his signature afro and a hardcore 8 pack. I don’t doubt that at all. It’d be cool. When the show ended, did you keep anything from set? Yeah, I took tons of Bailey’s wardrobe. The dress that she wore during her first kiss with Cody. I have her prom dress.
There were a few really iconic moments, those outfits. Then I have some of the stuff she wore day-to-day ilke Ihe outfit she wore when she babysat the kids and things like that. So wardrobe and I have a couple ceramic pigs that Dylan and Cole bought me ala Bailey. How is Jessie going to be different from Bailey?
They’re both rad.. just super rad chicks. Bailey grew up in the same town her whole life so everything is monumental for her a little bit. As it should be. Jessie, however, moved around a bit and her dad’s in the military so she’s strong and she’s not in your face about it. She has this kind of hidden strength but she’s not afraid to tell the kids ‘drop and give me 20.’
She loves so much and she has this huge maternal part of her. She goes about it in an often tough love kind of way. She can sing one of them to sleep one night and then make them do 20 pushups the next day. So she’s got a really great balance as far as for a nanny and for a chick. She’s strong but she’s also very much still a chick which is great.