Their divorced mom is a singer at the hotel who has a secret admirer in a rather dorky janitor named Arwin. Also at the hotel are two teenage girls, London, the moronic heiress to the hotel chain, and Maddie, a candy-counter girl who struggles to make sure she completes school as well as juggling very degrading jobs. The hotel is run by Mr.
Just then she bumps into Mr. Moseby, making his daily rounds through the hotel when London greets him with a cheerful voice. Moseby" she said.
Brenda Song born March 27,  is an American actress. Song started in show business as a child fashion model. Her early television work included roles in the television shows Fudge and Deeds for Eddie McDowd
A simple five-minute walk to the corner store becomes what feels like an hour-long hike when you come home dripping; legs sticking to vinyl seats in diners and restaurants betray what seemed like an air-conditioned haven. Summer has taught us to keep our arms down, lest anyone see the sweat rings marking our t-shirts. These are the thoughts running through our heads when we are sweating our asses off. When standing up after sitting for awhile in a public place.
Like the Sisters Olsen, Cole and Dylan Sprouse first gained attention at a young age sharing a single role. Their female predecessors were practically newborns when they appeared in the squeaky-clean sitcom "Full House", and the Sprouse twins did the same in the edgier "Grace Under Fire. With sharp delivery of lines like "Kangaroo song!
The series having spanned for two shows and a film, there are quite a lot of characters. Zack is the more immature, fun-loving, and outgoing of the two twins, making him the "cooler" twin. Although he acts like a jerk, he does care about his friends and family, especially Cody.
It's silly and juvenile, sure, but there's something distinctly old-fashioned about the way most episodes tend to play out. The series stars Cole and Dylan Sprouse as Cody and Zack Martin, a pair of identical twins who live in a fancy hotel with their single mother played by Kim Rhodes. They're surrounded by quirky characters, including the stuffy hotel manager Phill Lewisa scrappy gift shop clerk named Maddie Ashley Tisdaleand London Brenda Songthe spoiled daughter of the hotel's owner.
But when they are portrayed, they tend to get stereotyped as the super smart nerd or that they all know Kung Fu or some other martial arts. Asian women specifically are barely ever represented in the media. Most of the roles they portray usually end up being the nerds or the dumb pretty Asians which are actually incorrectly represented. In this role London Tipton is portrayed as an heiress whom is pretty but dumb and tends to make a lot of mistakes.