Ah, poor Brenda Song. Still stuck in the same Paris-Hilton-spoof shackles she's been in for all these years. Although, now that the Suite Life is ending production, she'll probably be able to make a name for herself- heck, Disney's already calling her "Brenda Song from the Academy Award-nominated Social Network" now. (And she's apparently famous enough that she's able to sue for millions when an escort service uses her picture in their ads with the caption "Layla: Hawiian[sic] beauty. Get lei'd tonight." Yes, this actually happened.)
"Apple" in the Apple Jacks ads was originally "Bad Apple," which I think is pretty clever (at least as clever as "Cinna-Mon" is), but the apple lobby (yes, there's an apple lobby- there's a lobby for everything) put a stop to that quickly because they thought it could be interpreted as being disparaging towards apples- kids might think apples are bad food because of the name. Wonder if they have a problem with the common phrase itself the name played on.
As long as Disney's other we-hope-this-becomes-a-cash-cow-on-the-level-of-Cars franchise keeps being brought up (and it should be, since it's probably the only good thing Disney Channel has going for it), it seems Mr. McGuire (presumably no relation to Lizzie) is doomed to obscurity, not getting the fame of his fellow Phineases such as the one with the triangle head and the one with a crowbar in his head.
"If you take away our cartoons, we'll grow up without a sense of humor and be robots."
"Really? What kind of robots?"
-Lisa and Bart Simpson, Itchy and Scratchy and Marge