♪ (punk rock music) ♪ ♪ (drum rock solo) ♪
– (gasps) Yes. ♪ (claps along) ♪ – This was my show!
– This was my show. – This beautiful show. – ♪ You get the limo out front ♪ ♪ Ooh-ooh ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Hottest styles,
every shoe, every color ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Yeah,
when you’re famous ♪ ♪ It can be kinda fun ♪ Oh my god. I’m really ashamed. But I’m not, because
this show is the best. – (singing along) ♪ Who would’ve
thought that a girl like me ♪ – (singing along) ♪ Would
double as a superstar? ♪ – ♪ (holding note) ♪ ♪ You get the best of both worlds ♪ – (singing along)
♪ Chill it out, take it slow ♪ ♪ Then you rock out the show ♪ – ♪ You get the best of both worlds ♪
– That’s my show. – I remember every single
one of these episodes. – ♪ …all together and you know ♪ ♪ That it’s the best of both worlds ♪ – This was the best show
back then. It was great. – I used to go on the
Disney Channel website and play the Hannah Montana games. – That was my show. Like…
– Come home after school. Quick episode. It was awesome. ♪ (drum solo) ♪ – (Finebros) So that was
the original opening for the show Hannah Montana. Would you say you were a fan of
the show when you were younger? – Oh. Major. – I was a fan. – Yes! I loved that TV show.
That’s like my childhood. – We were really upset
once Lizzie McGuire ended and once That’s So Raven ended. And then they gave us
freakin’ Hannah Montana? – I grew up at the perfect time.
I think I was around seven. It was just such an essential
part of my childhood. I lived through her. – I loved Hannah Montana. Just the best of both worlds!
She was poppin’. – I had a crush on Miley, or Hannah. Or Miley. – (Finebros) So for anyone
watching who doesn’t know, what would you say is the general
plot of Hannah Montana? – Well, you see, there’s
a world-famous pop star who just wants to live a normal life. So she wears a wig when she goes onstage. – She was kinda nerdy at school. But at night, she put on a wig,
and she became a pop star. And that was like the dream. – It doesn’t seem like you’d
be able to disguise it that well if you were this huge pop star
and you sound the same. It doesn’t make that much sense. – I still think it’s a cute show.
It was a pretty good idea. And it obviously did really, really well. – I was like, “Oh my god.
Like, that is so smart.” But now I’m just like, “That would never work
in a million years.” – (Finebros) So we’re
covering this on the show because Hannah Montana
debuted on the Disney Channel back in 2006, making it about
to have its ten-year anniversary. How does that make you feel?
– Oddly, old. It makes me nostalgic. – That was a long time ago. And I feel old, and I’m just 14. – I’m young. I’m 16.
But at the same time, I’m like, “Wow, a lot of time has passed.” – (Finebros) So the show was known for having some interesting
dialog and catchphrases, and we have a few here
that we’re gonna show you. – Okay. – (Miley) That boy doesn’t have the brains the good Lord gave a hunk of turkey jerky.
– Remember it. – It always rhymed: “Hunka turkey jerky.” Like, everything rhymed.
– What? – (Robby) I’m so ranky,
I taste my own stanky! – Billy Ray Cyrus made
the show, not gonna lie. – Billy Ray is the best
person on the planet!!! – Imagine being an actor
and getting your script, and it’s that line,
and you’re just staring at it for a good five seconds. And like,
“I’m being paid, so I guess.” – (Robby) Dang flabbit! – (Miley) Dang flabbit.
– “Dang flabbit”? (chuckles) – Dang flabbit, ugh. I remember that. – That was a catchphrase: dang flabbit. – (Finebros) So let’s talk
a little bit about Miley Cyrus. When she played Hannah Montana, could you ever have imagined
her image being what it is today? – No, I could’ve never ever imagined. – There was a three-year period
after Hannah Montana where she looked just
like an older Miley Stewart, and she was doing movies
with boys in horses and singing about things
and boys and horses. And it was great, and she
should’ve stopped there. – I feel like all throughout
her transformation, people were just like,
“Oh, it’s just a phase.” People despised her
for what she was doing, but it doesn’t affect them
literally in the slightest. – (Finebros) So what
do you think the legacy of Hannah Montana is
in mainstream culture? – This’ll be like Saved by
the Bell and Fresh Prince, where it’s like, “You weren’t
around when this was on, but we were.” – Most people just know Miley Cyrus. They don’t really know Hannah Montana. – Maybe Miley Cyrus’s big break, because that was her first thing. And I feel like she’s gonna
be around for a long time. – Different decades have
different Disney favorites. I cannot tell you what is
the new “it” show on Disney Channel right now, but I bet to this generation that’s watching Disney Channel, it’s just as big as Hannah Montana. – (Finebros) Finally, there
seems to be a lot of reunions of older TV shows coming out recently. Would you want to see a reboot of the characters from Hannah Montana?
– I’d love it. – That’d be tight. – Not now. I don’t think many people
would really care right now. – Yes! I want to see how
they would interact with each other. – I would love if they managed
to do a complete reunion with all of the things
that they’ve done since, being in continuity. So like Lilly went on to be
a chef for some random dude, and Oliver found himself on an island and became the king of it for some reason. And Hannah Montana just
became this insane drug person. And Billy Ray Cyrus released
a weird video with aliens twerking. And Jason Earles ran a dojo. And they’re all just still
in the same family but doing this stuff. I would love that! ♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪