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Bummer: There's a 99.9% Chance You Won't Ever See Dylan Sprouse On 'Riverdale' Alongside His Brother Cole

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For Riverdale fans, seeing the one and only Cole Sprouse bring the legendary character of Jughead to life has seriously been a delight. In the show's first season, Cole has really brought his own spin to the crown-beanie wearing investigative journalist. Like the fact that he's only eaten one burger during all of these trips to Pop's and he's one half of the show's most adorable couple. But we digress. The real question everyone wants to know is it Cole's real-life brother Dylan will appear on the show.

As you may know, Dylan and Cole starred on two beloved Disney Channel series together playing Zack and Cody, but after their time living the suite life ended, they went to college together and you know, were just normal young adults.

Cole has obviously made big return to TV, thanks to his role as Juggy, but Dylan has decided to pursue other career endeavors. So does Cole want his twin to pay a visit to his show? Well, considering he doesn't even want Dyl to watch Riverdale, Cole admitted it wouldn't really make much sense for Dylan to appear on the series, although Jughead does have a relative named Souphead to happens to look just like him.

"We've had people talk about Souphead, or whatever his name is. That to me is also one of those things that one, I'm hard-pressed to think Dylan would ever say yes to and that I would ever approve of. And two, that wouldn't break fourth wall," Cole explained to E News. "We live in this universe where if Dylan came on as an identical twin cousin to Jughead, people would be like, 'What does this have to do with [the show]?' It's just one of those things that it would be hard, but if it makes an appearance, who knows."

OK, so it doesn't seem like Dylan will actually ever make his way over to this dark and twisted town and while the brothers have no plans to act alongside each other again as of right now, it's not something Cole would ever rule out.

"It would have to be something interesting for the both of us. I think it depends on the project. I'm not really too keen on doing twin things anymore," Cole said. "After [Dylan] graduated, he's been working on this personal project that's almost finished and then I'm sure once he's finished with that and stopped taking all of his time and energy, he'll probably come back [to acting]. Truthfully, I would like to play the same role as him in another movie because I think that's interesting, but it would just have to be a cool project is the only criteria."

So perhaps this legendary brother duo will one day treat the world to another show or movie they work on together, but at least ewe have plenty of Suite Life episodes to look back on.

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