Debby Ryan guest stars on this weekend’s new episode of Girl Meets World as part of Disney Channel’s ‘What the What?!? Weekend’ programming. But did you know that she really bonded with August Maturo’s brother, Ocean, while on set?
The episode is titled “Girl Meets Demolition,” but if we had to title this pic of Debby and Ocean bonding, we’d call it, “Girl Meets Adorable Little Boy.”
Get excited, Disney Channel fans, because two of your favorite shows are about to come together! In Friday’s all-new episode of Girl Meets World, Jessie star Debby Ryan is set to make a guest appearance as Aubrey, a manipulative salesperson who gets Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and Maya (Sabrina Carpenter) to make an insanely expensive purchase on Topanga’s (Danielle Fishel) credit card. Never fear, dad Cory (Ben Savage) is ready to come to the rescue!
But as you can see in our exclusive sneak peek at Ryan’s GMW debut above, he might need some rescuing himself after he falls for Aubrey’s flattery tactics. Hey, it’s not every day a guy is told he looks like Justin Timberlake. Reader says, “What?!” Just press play on the exclusive video to see how proud new dad J.T. comes up!
BUYER: Debby Ryan LOCATION: Los Angeles, Calif. PRICE: $1.175 million SIZE: 1,935 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: For the last decade or so Disney has churned out a veritable army of young, bankable stars at an almost stupefying clip and, so swears ever-reliable real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak, one of its current crop of young leading ladies, Debby Ryan, has paid $1.175 million (via trust) for a micro-compound on a ridgeline cul-de-sac in a convenient if humdrum corner of the Hollywood Hills.
Miss Ryan, flame-haired, buxom and now in her early 20s, isn’t on this property gossip’s television watching radar, but her online resume shows her teen years were spent doing small parts on a slew of Disney’s incessant parade of wildly popular if vapid and giddily sophomoric pre-tween and tween oriented programs such as “Hannah Montana” and “Wizards of Waverly Place” before she did a three-season stint on “The Suite Life on Deck” and starred in a couple of television movies we’ve never heard of (“16 Wishes,” “Radio Rebel”). Nowadays she fronts an indie-pop band — The Never Ending — and she co-created and currently stars in the Disney Channel program “Jessie,” for which she was nominated for a 2015 Kids Choice Award. Continue reading