In the case of Chef Paolo, who had no known first name, they have been listed by title.
Arwin Quentin Hawkhauser (played by Brian Stepanek) – Arwin is a wacky Greek-American inventor who works as a stationary engineer for the Tipton.
Arwin is considered childlike by many characters in the show; he enjoys picture books, sleeps with a sock monkey, and eats a lunch packed by his mother. A spin-off television series was planned about him, where he goes to live with his sister to help her take care of her children.
The series name ideas consisted of "Arwin" and "Housebroken", though it was never picked up.
Arwin was a professional bowler, as illustrated in "Bowling", but quit when he lost his ball of the backswing and hit his mother in the head, shrinking her by a foot during a championship match.
He also is known for being obsessed with his mother; as he lived with her for his whole life until she was married and moved out as shown in, "The Arwin That Came To Dinner".
Founded in 1992, the Young Eagles program has dedicated 25 years to giving youth ages 8–17 their first free ride in an airplane.
It’s the only program of its kind, with the sole mission to introduce and inspire kids in the world of aviation.
Bailey: * Gives Cody an odd look* Cody: Hey, don't judge me.
He has a massive crush on Carey, as shown in many episodes but is too afraid to act upon it.
He hates carrots and is allergic to horses, as shown in "Free Tippy".
- Moseby: "I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF THESE [horn blares] SNAKES ON MY [horn blares] BOAT!!
Bailey: Don't worry, It's really hard to make me laugh.
In the end of the episode, Arwin attempts to get off the ship by using a giant magnet but it fails and he falls into the ocean, again. Chef Paolo (played by Jerry Kernion) – An Italian-American chef of the Tipton, seen in three episodes: "Heck's Kitchen", "Health and Fitness", and "Foiled Again".