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					       ALEX RESCUES MASON FROM A ROGUE FAMILY OF WIZARDS IN
     A SPECIAL ONE-HOUR EPISODE OF "WIZARDS OF WAVERLY PLACE,"
                FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Alex Saves Mason" – When Alex sees a news report about a dog that paints
portraits that look remarkably like her, she, Justin and Max discover that Mason is
being held by rogue wizards who've turned him into a dog. Meanwhile, Jerry and
Theresa go on an anniversary weekend and are alarmed to learn that the Russo kids
have left Harper and Zeke to run the sub shop, in a new episode of "Wizards of Waverly
Place," premiering FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      (Editors please note: photos are available at www.disneychannelmedianet.com.
Registration is required).

      Starring are Selena Gomez as Alex Russo, David Henrie as Justin Russo, Jake T.
Austin as Max Russo, Jennifer Stone as Harper Finkle, Maria Canals-Barrera as Theresa
Russo and David Deluise as Jerry Russo.

      Guest Starring is Gregg Sulkin as Mason, Dan Benson as Zeke, Mary-Pat Green
as Ma, Gary Grubbs as Pa and Chad Smathers as Junior.

       The episode was written by Ben Montanio, Vince Cheung and Justin Varava and
directed by Victor Gonzalez.

      "Wizards of Waverly Place" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Brenda Kelly Grant (818) 569-7843, Brenda.Kelly.Grant@disney.com


                                 -- Disney Channel --
     OSCAR CREATES A FAKE GIRLFRIEND AND MILO'S ATTEMPT TO MAKE
       THE SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM BACKFIRES IN A NEW EPISODE OF
          "FISH HOOKS," FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

          -- Tiffany Thornton ("Sonny With A Chance") Guest Stars --

       "Doris Flores Gorgeous" – Oscar creates a fake girlfriend, Doris Flores Gorgeous
(played by Tiffany Thornton), when he thinks everyone else at Freshwater High is
dating, but things go wrong when Bea and Milo want to visit her in Fish Niagara Falls,
forcing Oscar to see just how far he's willing to go with his lie.

      "Underwater Boy" – Milo's fame-seeking attempt to make the school football
team lands him a position as water boy. When the team plays an away game at the
gecko tank, Milo realizes the importance of his role and rushes to the game before the
team dries up and has to forfeit.

      This episode of Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" airs FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 (9:00
–9:30 p.m., ET/PT).

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

      "Fish Hooks" stars Chelsea Staub ("JONAS L.A.") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Cory in
the House") as Milo and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar.

       "Doris Flores Gorgeous" was written by Jackie Buscarino; "Underwater Boy" was
written by Andy Rheingold. The episodes were directed by Carl Greenblatt and Bill
Reiss.

      "Fish Hooks" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Mimi Fong (818) 569-7884, mimi.fong@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
       PHINEAS AND FERB BUILD A LIFE SIZED MAZE AND MOM BREAKS
       OUT HER POP-STAR ALTER EGO, LINDANA, IN A NEW EPISODE OF
       "PHINEAS AND FERB," FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

        "We Call It Maze" – Phineas and Ferb create a life sized maze filled with fun
obstacles. Melissa, the leader of the Little Sparks, a younger branch of the Fireside
Girls, is immediately captivated when she meets Candace and finds out that she was a
Fireside Girl who earned 50 patches in one day. When the girls try out the maze,
Candace takes charge, but things don’t go as planned. Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz
reasons that if the Leaning Tower of Pisa can generate souvenir revenue, then surely he
can use his latest invention, the "Tilt-inator," to tilt buildings so he can sell souvenir
replicas.

         "Ladies and Gentlemen, Max Modem" – When Linda is asked to do a Lindana
reunion concert, Lawrence worries that she might be missing the excitement of her old
life, so he asks the boys to help turn him into a pop star so that he can perform at the
concert and show mom he too is an exciting guy. Across town, Dr. Doofenshmirtz plans
a faux alien invasion in order to take over the Tri-State area.

      This episode of "Phineas and Ferb" airs FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 (9:30-10:00 p.m.,
ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyXDMedianet.com

       "Phineas and Ferb" stars Vincent Martella as Phineas Flynn, Thomas Sangster as
Ferb Fletcher, Ashley Tisdale as Candace Flynn, Mitchel Musso as Jeremy, Caroline Rhea
as mom Linda Flynn-Fletcher, Richard O'Brien as dad Lawrence Fletcher, Dee Bradley
Baker as Perry the Platypus, Alyson Stoner as Isabella, Jeff "Swampy" Marsh as Major
Monogram and Dan Povenmire as the nefarious Dr. Doofenshmirtz. "Phineas and Ferb"
is a production of Walt Disney Television Animation.

      "We Call It Maze" was written by Jennifer Keene and directed Zac Moncrief.
"Ladies and Gentlemen, Max Modem" was written by Scott Peterson and directed by Jay
Lender.

      "Phineas and Ferb" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Jean Yoo (818) 955-6728, Jean.Yoo@disney.com


                                   --Disney Channel--
           DARBY WORKS ON HER SOCCER SKILLS AND CONFIDENCE,
            AND TEACHES A PORCUPINE HOW TO DANCE IN A NEW
                EPISODE OF "MY FRIENDS TIGGER & POOH,"
                 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "Darby Gets Lemons, Makes Lemonade" – When Darby is discouraged after
knocking over Roo's fresh batch of lemonade while practicing soccer, she must quickly
gain her confidence back and kick the ball once more in order to help the gang knock
down more lemons from the tree.

       "Dancing with Darby" – Darby helps Porcupine learn how to dance in time for
Turtle's big Hundred Acre Wood dance party.

    This episode of Playhouse Disney's "My Friends Tigger & Pooh," airs SUNDAY,
OCTOBER 3 (7:00–7:30 a.m., ET/PT).

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

       Beautifully-rendered in CG animation, a first for A.A. Milne's classic characters,
"My Friends Tigger & Pooh" reflects the traditional qualities of the original series while
introducing a whole new generation of kids to Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore
and other favorites, plus Lumpy and new neighbor Darby.

       "Darby Gets Lemons, Makes Lemonade" was written by Kim Beyer-Johnson and
directed by Dave Hartman. "Dancing with Darby" was written by Nicole Dubuc and
directed by Don MacKinnon.

      "My Friends Tigger & Pooh" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com


                                   --Disney Channel--
          PLATINUM SELLING RECORDING ARTIST IYAZ GUEST STARS
            IN A NEW EPISODE OF "HANNAH MONTANA FOREVER,"
                  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Hannah's Gonna Get This" – After a bad case of writer's block, Miley finally
comes up with a song for the new Hannah Montana album, a tune that gets mixed
reactions from her record label. She starts to doubt herself until popular recording artist
Iyaz overhears it and wants to record it as a duet. Meanwhile, Jackson and Rico
compete over who can grow a better moustache, in a new episode of "Hannah Montana
Forever," premiering SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney
Channel.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

     "Hannah Montana" stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana, Emily
Osment as Lilly Truscott, Jason Earles as Jackson Stewart, Billy Ray Cyrus as Robby
Stewart and Moises Arias as Rico.

      Guest starring is recording artist Iyaz as himself.

      "Hannah's Gonna Get This" was written by Steven Meyer and directed by Bob
Koherr.

      "Hannah Montana" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Jean Yoo (818) 955-6728, Jean.Yoo@disney.com


                                   --Disney Channel--
  A SUMMER LIKE NO OTHER COMES TO A CLOSE IN THE SEASON FINALE OF
        "JONAS L.A.," SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Band of Brothers" – As rumors swirl that JONAS is breaking up, the guys plan a
surprise end of summer concert for their fans to prove that they are staying together,
and Joe chases after Stella at the airport to try to convince her that they can make
their relationship work, in the season finale of "JONAS L.A.," premiering SUNDAY,
OCTOBER 3 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      (Editors please note: photos are available at www.disneychannelmedianet.com.
Registration is required).

      Starring are Kevin Jonas as Kevin Lucas, Joe Jonas as Joe Lucas, Nick Jonas as
Nick Lucas, Chelsea Staub as Stella Malone, Nicole Anderson as Macy Misa.

      Recurring are Beth Crosby as Aunt Lisa, Debi Mazar ("Entourage") as Mona Klein,
Abby Pivaronas ("Lincoln Heights") as Vanessa Page and China McClain ("Tyler Perry's
House of Payne") as Kiara.

      The episode was written and directed by Ryan Shiraki.

      "JONAS L.A." carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Brenda Kelly Grant (818) 569-7843, Brenda.Kelly.Grant@disney.com


                                 -- Disney Channel --
         OSO TEACHES FRIENDS HOW TO MIX PAINT COLORS AND
      WASH THEIR HANDS IN A NEW EPISODE OF "SPECIAL AGENT OSO,"
               MONDAY, OCTOBER 4 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Colors Royale" – Special Agent Oso teaches Nicholas how to mix yellow and blue
paint to make green just in time to finish his masterpiece.

      "Cleanfingers" – Special Agent Oso helps Charlie learn how to properly wash his
hands before dinner.

    This episode of Playhouse Disney's "Special Agent Oso," airs MONDAY,
OCTOBER 4 (10:00–10:30 a.m. ET/PT).

     Editors please note: images,          clips   and   screeners   are   available   at
www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

       Sean Astin stars as the voice of Special Agent Oso, a fuzzy, lovable, bumbling
stuffed panda bear special agent-in-training who enlists the help of viewers at home to
complete his missions.

      "Colors Royale" was written by Noelle Wright and "Cleanfingers" was written by
Jack Monaco. The episode was directed by Jamie Mitchell.

      "Special Agent Oso" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
         THE SLEUTHS MUST FIND TIGGER'S YO-YO AND POOH'S SHIRT
            IN A NEW EPISODE OF "MY FRIENDS TIGGER & POOH,"
                WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "Tigger a Yo-Yo" – The Sleuths must find Tigger's lost yo-yo in time for him to
break the yo-yoing record.

     "Pooh Loses His Shirt" – When Pooh's shirt goes missing; the Sleuths discover
Skunk wearing it and must figure out how to politely ask for it back.

    This episode of Playhouse Disney's "My Friends               Tigger   &   Pooh,"   airs
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6 (6:30–7:00 a.m., ET/PT).

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

       Beautifully-rendered in CG animation, a first for A.A. Milne's classic characters,
"My Friends Tigger & Pooh" reflects the traditional qualities of the original series while
introducing a whole new generation of kids to Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore
and other favorites, plus Lumpy and new neighbor Darby.

      "Tigger a Yo-Yo" was written by Dean Stefan and directed by Dave Hartman.
"Pooh Loses His Shirt" was written by Eileen Cabiling and Erika Grediaga, and directed
by Don MacKinnon.

      "My Friends Tigger & Pooh" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com


                                   --Disney Channel--
             OSO HELPS HIS FRIENDS GET READY FOR HALLOWEEN
                IN A NEW EPISODE OF "SPECIAL AGENT OSO,"
                  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "A View to a Mask" - Special Agent Oso helps Kevin make a mask for his
Halloween costume.

      "Pumpkin Eyes" - Special Agent Oso helps Navaeh learn how to make a Jack O’
Lantern in time for the Halloween contest.

      This episode of Playhouse Disney's "Special Agent Oso," airs FRIDAY, OCTOBER
8 (10:00–10:30 a.m. ET/PT).

     Editors please note: images,          clips   and   screeners   are   available   at
www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

       Sean Astin stars as the voice of Special Agent Oso, a fuzzy, lovable, bumbling
stuffed panda bear special agent-in-training who enlists the help of viewers at home to
complete his missions.

      "A View to a Mask" was written by Jack Monaco and "Pumpkin Eyes" was written
by Kent Redeker and Ford Riley. The episode was directed by Jamie Mitchell.

      "Special Agent Oso" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
          A GHOST BOARDS THE S.S. TIPTON IN A NEW EPISODE OF
    "THE SUITE LIFE ON DECK," FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "The Ghost and Mr. Martin" – History comes back to haunt Zack when the S.S.
Tipton docks at the site of an old shipwreck in New Orleans. Though it has been 150
years since the tragedy, Zack believes that the ghost of the man deemed responsible,
Captain Entenille, has returned and is seeking help in proving his innocence.
Meanwhile, Bailey and London discover Moseby's hidden talent as a jazz musician, in a
new episode of "The Suite Life on Deck," premiering FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 (8:00-8:30
p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      "The Suite Life on Deck" stars Dylan Sprouse as Zack Martin, Cole Sprouse as
Cody Martin, Brenda Song as London Tipton, Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett and Phill
Lewis as Mr. Moseby.

      Matthew Timmons has a recurring role as Woody.

       "The Ghost and Mr. Martin" was written by Jeny Quine and Adam Lapidus, and
directed by Joel Zwick.

      "The Suite Life on Deck" carries a TV-G parental guideline.

Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Ashley Kline (818) 569-3147, Ashley.Kline@disney.com


                                 -- Disney Channel --
        BEA AND MILO ACCIDENTALLY GIVE OSCAR TO SCHOOL BULLY,
         JOCKTOPUS, AS A BIRTHDAY PRESENT IN A NEW EPISODE OF
           "FISH HOOKS," FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Happy Birthfish, Jocktopus" – In order to avoid being the next victims of school
bully Jocktopus, Bea and Milo decide to give him a birthday present, but end up
accidentally giving away Oscar. Jocktopus uses Oscar to make his bullying job easier,
and sets his sights on Bea and Milo.

      "Bea Stays in the Picture" – After taking a bad school photo, Bea asks Milo and
Oscar to help her get it back from yearbook editor, Clamantha, before it's published.
Oscar distracts Clamantha by taking her on a date, while Bea and Milo sneak into the
yearbook office to retrieve the photo

      This episode of Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" airs FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8 (9:00-
9:30 p.m., ET/PT). "Bea Stays in the Picture" originally premiered Friday, September 3,
2010.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

      "Fish Hooks" stars Chelsea Staub ("JONAS L.A.") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Cory in
the House") as Milo and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar.

       "Happy Birthfish, Jocktopus" was written by Jackie Buscarino; "Bea Stays in the
Picture" was written by Tim McKeon. The episodes were directed by Carl Greenblatt and
Bill Reiss.

      "Fish Hooks" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Mimi Fong (818) 569-7884, mimi.fong@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
       THE SLEUTHS SEARCH FOR HONEY BEES AND BUILD A PLAYHOUSE FOR
        DARBY IN A NEW EPISODE OF "MY FRIENDS TIGGER & POOH,"
               SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "Pooh's Honey of a Problem" – The Sleuths try to lure all of the missing bees
back to the Hundred Acre Wood so that Pooh can have more honey.

      "Darby's Favorite Place" – Pooh, Tigger and all the Hundred Acre Wood friends
work together to surprise Darby with her very own playhouse.

    This episode of Playhouse Disney's "My Friends Tigger & Pooh," airs SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 9 (6:30–7:00 a.m., ET/PT).

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

       Beautifully-rendered in CG animation, a first for A.A. Milne's classic characters,
"My Friends Tigger & Pooh" reflects the traditional qualities of the original series while
introducing a whole new generation of kids to Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore
and other favorites, plus Lumpy and new neighbor Darby.

      "Pooh's Honey of a Problem" was written by Nicole Dubuc and directed by Dave
Hartman. "Darby's Favorite Place" was written by Eileen Cabiling and Erika Grediaga
and directed by Don MacKinnon.

      "My Friends Tigger & Pooh" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com


                                   --Disney Channel--
   HANDY MANNY HEADS TO THE BIG CITY IN A NEW PRIMETIME SPECIAL,
      "HANDY MANNY BIG CONSTRUCTION JOB," PREMIERING DURING
  HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       In "Handy Manny Big Construction Job," Manny and the tools – Felipe, Pat,
Turner, Stretch, Squeeze, Dusty, Rusty and Flicker – head to Concrete Falls to take on
the exciting challenge of working on a big city construction job where they meet
exciting new power tool friends, Jack the jackhammer and Spinner the power drill. In
Manny's absence, Mr. Lopart is busy handling repairs in Sheet Rock Hills, causing the
town to slowly fall apart. After friends and neighbors rush to Kelly's store to inquire
when Manny and the tools will return, Kelly sets out to find Manny and the tools and
convince them to come home.

       The special features three new original songs – "Hey Manny," "Power Tools" and
"It's Good to be Back Home" – performed by Manny and the cast of tools.

    This special primetime episode of Playhouse Disney's "Handy Manny" airs
MONDAY, OCTOBER 11 (7:00-7:50 p.m. ET/PT).

     Editors please note: images,         clips   and    screeners   are   available   at
www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

      Wilmer Valderrama stars as the voice of handyman Manny Garcia.

      "Handy Manny Big Construction Job" was written by Mike Rabb and directed by
Charles E. Bastien.

      "Handy Manny" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
        ZACK AND CODY ENCOUNTER NINJAS IN A NEW EPISODE OF
   "THE SUITE LIFE ON DECK," FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "Trouble in Tokyo" – When the S.S. Tipton docks in Tokyo, Zack and Cody visit
Carey on the set of a Japanese soda commercial. They are only there to observe, but
when Zack damages the set, Carey's employer Mr. Hashimoto, forces him and Cody to
work as drink tasters to pay their debts. If they want to escape, they'll have to defeat
Mr. Hashimoto's ninjas. Meanwhile, Woody enters a sumo wrestling challenge in a new
episode of "The Suite Life on Deck," premiering FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 (8:00-8:30
p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      "The Suite Life on Deck" stars Dylan Sprouse as Zack Martin, Cole Sprouse as
Cody Martin, Brenda Song as London Tipton, Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett and Phill
Lewis as Mr. Moseby.

      Matthew Timmons has a recurring role as Woody. Kim Rhodes returns as Carey.

       "Trouble in Tokyo" was written by Jeny Quine and Dan Signer, and directed by
Eric Dean Seaton.

      "The Suite Life on Deck" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Ashley Kline (818) 569-3147, Ashley.Kline@disney.com


                                 -- Disney Channel --
  THE RUSSO FAMILY IS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY BY A SECRET GOVERNMENT
      AGENCY IN A NEW EPISODE OF "WIZARDS OF WAVERLY PLACE,"
               FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

   "Wizards Exposed" – The Russo family is taken into custody by a secret government
agency which suspects they're wizards. After escaping, the family must figure out a
way to save themselves and their powers without exposing the wizard world, in a new
episode of "Wizards of Waverly Place," premiering FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 (8:30-9:00
p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      (Editors please note: photos are available at www.disneychannelmedianet.com.
Registration is required).

      Starring are Selena Gomez as Alex Russo, David Henrie as Justin Russo, Jake T.
Austin as Max Russo, Jennifer Stone as Harper Finkle, Maria Canals-Barrera as Theresa
Russo and David Deluise as Jerry Russo.

      Guest Starring is Gregg Sulkin as Mason, Dan Benson as Zeke, Jonathan Kite as
Agent Lamwood, Daryl "Chill" Mitchell as Scientist One, Ian Abercrombie as Professor
Crumbs and Andy Kindler as Chancellor Tootietootie.

      The episode was written by Richard Goodman and directed by Bob Koherr.

      "Wizards of Waverly Place" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Brenda Kelly Grant (818) 569-7843, Brenda.Kelly.Grant@disney.com


                                 -- Disney Channel --
       BEA DECIDES TO GROW UP AND GET A JOB IN A NEW EPISODE OF
          "FISH HOOKS," FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Bea Becomes an Adult Fish" – Bea decides to grow up and get a job working for
Fish Flakes, Inc., but realizes she misses her old carefree life. Meanwhile, Oscar and
Milo get mistaken for her children at her office and get sent to daycare with a bunch of
baby fish.

       "Fish Out of Water" – When Milo, wearing his special "land suit," ventures outside
the tank alone, Bea and Oscar must risk everything to save him, and all three end up
stranded in the pet store to face the wrath of Wilford, the store cat. Now, Milo has to
put his selfishness aside to save his friends.

      This episode of Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" airs FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15
(9:00-9:30 p.m., ET/PT). "Fish Out of Water" originally premiered Friday, September
24.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

      "Fish Hooks" stars Chelsea Staub ("JONAS L.A.") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Cory in
the House") as Milo and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar.

      "Bea Becomes an Adult Fish" was written by Jackie Buscarino; "Fish Out of
Water" was written by Alex Hirsch and Justin Roiland. The episodes were directed by
Carl Greenblatt and Bill Reiss.

      "Fish Hooks" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Mimi Fong (818) 569-7884, mimi.fong@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
             CHARLIE TAKES CHARGE IN A NEW EPISODE OF
     "GOOD LUCK CHARLIE," SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Charlie In Charge" – Gabe is left in charge of Charlie while working on a school
project with his frenemy, Jo. The two must work together, not only to complete their
assignment, but also to take care of Charlie, whose constant need for attention is
distracting them from their project. Meanwhile, Teddy tricks a scared PJ into going to
the dentist, but ends up breaking her own tooth in the process. Bob tries to surprise
Amy with a spa get-away, but gets called away on an emergency extermination job, in
a new episode of "Good Luck Charlie," premiering SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 (8:30–9:00
p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.Disneychannelmedianet.com

      "Good Luck Charlie" stars Bridgit Mendler as Teddy, Jason Dolley as PJ, Bradley
Steven Perry as Gabe, Leigh-Allyn Baker as Amy, Eric Allan Kramer as Bob, and
newcomer Mia Talerico as Charlie.

      G. Hannelius ("Den Brother") recurs as Jo.

      "Charlie In Charge" was written by Phil Baker & Drew Vaupen and directed by
Bob Koherr.

      "Good Luck Charlie" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Jean Yoo (818) 955-6728, Jean.Yoo@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
      DONALD FINDS BEING A GENIE IS NOT ALL IT'S QUACKED UP TO BE
           IN A NEW EPISODE OF "MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE,"
               MONDAY, OCTOBER 18 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Donald the Genie" – Donald becomes a genuine magical genie and realizes it is
not as easy as it sounds when he is only able to grant one wish to each Clubhouse
friend, in a new episode of Playhouse Disney's "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," MONDAY,
OCTOBER 18 (9:00–9:30 a.m. ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

     Editors please note: images,          clips   and   screeners   are   available   at
www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

       Combining the rich heritage of Disney's beloved classic characters with state-of-
the-art CG animation, "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" introduces a whole new generation of
preschoolers to Mickey and his pals. Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Pluto and Daisy all join
Mickey in this vibrant interactive series designed to introduce preschoolers to problem
solving and early math concepts through contemporary, interactive storytelling.
"Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" airs daily.

      "Donald the Genie" was written by Kevin D. Campbell and directed by Howy
Parkins.

      "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
              IT'S SENIOR DITCH DAY IN A NEW EPISODE OF
   "THE SUITE LIFE ON DECK," FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Senior Ditch Day" – Zack, London and Woody go to a posh beach club for senior
ditch day, but when the bouncer won't let Woody in, London and Zack go without him.
Meanwhile, in an effort to keep their perfect attendance records, Bailey and Cody show
up for class, which annoys Ms. Tutweiller who was looking forward to her day off, in a
new episode of "The Suite Life on Deck," premiering FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 (8:00-
8:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      "The Suite Life on Deck" stars Dylan Sprouse as Zack Martin, Cole Sprouse as
Cody Martin, Brenda Song as London Tipton, Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett and Phill
Lewis as Mr. Moseby.

       Matthew Timmons has a recurring role as Woody, and Erin Cardillo has a
recurring role as Ms. Tutweiller.

       "Senior Ditch Day" was written by Mark Amato and Sally Lapiduss, and directed
by Phill Lewis.

      "The Suite Life on Deck" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Ashley Kline (818) 569-3147, Ashley.Kline@disney.com


                                 -- Disney Channel --
         MILO GETS A PET DOG IN A NEW EPISODE OF "FISH HOOKS,"
                FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

        "Doggonit" – After feeling neglected by Oscar, Milo decides to get a dog, Murphy,
to keep him company. When Oscar agrees to watch Murphy, the dog goes missing, and
it's up to Oscar to get him back.

      "Fish Sleepover Party" – Bea decides to have a fun girls-only party, but Milo and
Oscar, upset they weren't invited, decide to infiltrate the party (dressed as girls) and
spy on everyone. When Bea and the girls realize what Milo and Oscar are up to, they
make sure the boys know what it's like to be "one of the girls."

      This episode of Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" airs FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22
(9:00-9:30 p.m., ET/PT). "Fish Sleepover Party" originally premiered Friday, September
24.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

      "Fish Hooks" stars Chelsea Staub ("JONAS L.A.") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Cory in
the House") as Milo and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar.

       "Doggonit" was written by Tim McKeon; "Fish Sleepover Party" was written by
Justin Roiland. The episodes were directed by Carl Greenblatt and Bill Reiss.

      "Fish Hooks" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Mimi Fong (818) 569-7884, mimi.fong@disney.com


                                  --Disney Channel--
      SONNY PLAYS MATCHMAKER FOR ZORA IN A NEW EPISODE OF
   "SONNY WITH A CHANCE," SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "Sonny with 100% Chance of Meddling" – When Sonny discovers that Zora has a
crush on the actor who plays young Mackenzie on Mackenzie Falls, she decides to play
matchmaker and arranges for a group date. But when he begins to like Sonny instead,
she must figure out a way to mend Zora's first broken heart. Meanwhile, Nico and
Grady enter the Cell Phone Philm Phestival with Dakota Condor as their star, in a new
episode of "Sonny With A Chance," SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET/PT)
on Disney Channel.

      (Editors please note: photos are available at www.disneychannelmedianet.com.
Registration is required).

      Starring are Demi Lovato as Allison "Sonny" Munroe, Tiffany Thornton as Tawni
Hart, Sterling Knight as Chad Dylan Cooper, Brandon Mychal Smith as Nico, Doug
Brochu as Grady and Allisyn Ashley Arm as Zora.

      G. Hannelius ("Den Brother") returns as Dakota Condor.

     The episode was written by Lanny Horn and Josh Silverstein, and was directed by
Ron Mosely.

      "Sonny With A Chance" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Ashley Kline (818) 569-3147, Ashley.Kline@disney.com


                                -- Disney Channel --
   NOLAN GOULD ("MODERN FAMILY") GUEST STARS IN A NEW EPISODE OF
     "GOOD LUCK CHARLIE," SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Sleepless In Denver" – Gabe has his first sleepover with friends Zander, Liam
and Jeremy, but things go awry after they watch a scary zombie movie. Meanwhile,
Teddy is preparing for the school play, but things don't go according to plan when she
falls asleep and Charlie draws all over her face. Charlie also gets her first "big girl" bed
but she refuses to sleep in it, in a new episode of "Good Luck Charlie," premiering
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24 (8:30–9:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.Disneychannelmedianet.com

      "Good Luck Charlie" stars Bridgit Mendler as Teddy, Jason Dolley as PJ, Bradley
Steven Perry as Gabe, Leigh-Allyn Baker as Amy, Eric Allan Kramer as Bob, and
newcomer Mia Talerico as Charlie.

     Nolan Gould ("Modern Family") guest stars as Zander, Najee Muhammad as Liam
and Mackenzie Hannigan ("Jericho") as Jeremy.

     "Sleepless in Denver" was written by Jim Gerkin and directed by Adam
Weissman.

      "Good Luck Charlie" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Jean Yoo (818) 955-6728, Jean.Yoo@disney.com


                                    --Disney Channel--
         THE WHEELERS GUARD A SPECIAL FLOWER SEED AND FEAR
      THERE MIGHT BE MONSTERS IN THE JUNGLE IN A NEW EPISODE OF
      "JUNGLE JUNCTION," MONDAY, OCTOBER 25 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

      "Follow That…Thing!" – Ellyvan, Bungo and Zooter go to great limits to guard
Crocker's small precious object, which turns out to be a flower seed.

       "The Spooky Road" – Zooter, Ellyvan, Bungo and Bobby fear there are monsters
in the jungle until they uncover that the spooky noises they are hearing is actually a
snoring Dozer.

      This episode of Playhouse Disney's "Jungle Junction," airs MONDAY, OCTOBER
25 (10:30–11:00 a.m., ET/PT).

     Editors please note: images,          clips   and   screeners   are   available   at
www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

       Playhouse Disney's new CG-animated series "Jungle Junction" follows a group of
fun-loving animals on wheels as they explore a unique jungle filled with a network of
floating roads that twist and loop high off the ground in harmony with the trees. A fast-
moving adventure, the show emphasizes an appreciation of the environment while
highlighting pre-literacy skills through the use of road signs and symbols.

       "Follow That…Thing!" was written by Claudia Silver and "The Spooky Road" was
written by Craig Carlisle; the episode was directed by Morgan Francis.

      "Jungle Junction" carries a TV-Y parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Dana Green (818) 955-7446, dana.green@disney.com.


                                  --Disney Channel--
      BEA TRIES TO OUTWIT HER FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO BE CROWNED
         HOMECOMING QUEEN IN A NEW EPISODE OF "FISH HOOKS,"
                 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 ON DISNEY CHANNEL

       "Queen Bea" – Bea fears that she won't be named Homecoming Queen when her
classmates learn her parents will be chaperones at the dance. To ensure her win, she
enlists Milo and Oscar to create a fake school dance for her parents to chaperone
instead, and tries to keep up the charade by going back and forth between the two
dances.

      "Underwater Boy" – Milo's fame-seeking attempt to make the school football
team lands him a position as water boy. When the team plays an away game at the
gecko tank, Milo realizes the importance of his role and rushes to the game before the
team dries up and has to forfeit.

      This episode of Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" airs FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 (9:00
p.m., ET/PT). "Underwater Boy" originally premiered Friday, October 1.

      Editors please note: images are available at www.DisneyChannelmedianet.com.

      "Fish Hooks" stars Chelsea Staub ("JONAS L.A.") as Bea, Kyle Massey ("Cory in
the House") as Milo and Justin Roiland ("The Sarah Silverman Program") as Oscar.

      "Queen Bea" was written by Tim McKeon; "Underwater Boy" was written by Andy
Rheingold. The episodes were directed by Carl Greenblatt and Bill Reiss.

      "Fish Hooks" carries a TV-G parental guideline.


Disney Channel Media Relations:
      Mimi Fong (818) 569-7884, mimi.fong@disney.com


--Disney Channel--

				
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