Josh Peck Talks About His Relationship With 'Drake & Josh' Co-Star Drake Bell Today

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Josh Peck is over answering questions about his former co-star, Drake Bell.
The 30-year-old actor, who starred with Bell in their Nickelodeon hit Drake & Josh, recently appeared on the Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss podcast, and got candid when asked about the question he gets most from fans.
"When people see Drake and I together and it rarely happens, they're like, 'What, what are you doing here?'" Peck said. “I have no good answer for when people ask -- and I get [it] all the time -- it's 'Where's Drake?'"
"I go, 'I wish I had a better answer but probably at home. Whole Foods?'" he continued.
The state of Peck and Bell's friendship made headlines over the weekend, when Drake appeared to be upset that he wasn't invited to Peck's wedding to longtime girlfriend Paige O'Brien on Saturday in Malibu, California. Although Bell wasn't present at the ceremony, Peck's Grandfathered co-star John Stamos was, as well as Jason Nash, whom Peck also acted with on Drake & Josh.

In now deleted tweets, 30-year-old Bell made his feelings known.
"When you're not invited to the wedding the message is clear…," Bell tweeted on Sunday. "Loyalty is key… ALWAYS remember where you came from."
"True colors have come out today. Message is loud and clear. Ties are officially cut. I'll miss ya brotha," he also wrote.
Interestingly enough, shortly before the wedding, both Bell and Peck shared a throwback pic of the two during their Nickelodeon days.

Drake & Josh -- starring Peck and Bell as two teenage boys with opposite personalities who become stepbrothers -- aired for four seasons from 2004 to 2007, and also starred Miranda Cosgrove as Bell's younger sister, Megan. The hit Nickelodeon series even spawned two TV films -- Drake & Josh Go Hollywood and Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh.
One beloved cast that does seem to have their friendships intact is the stars of That Thing You Do!, who reunited as their on-screen band, The Wonders, in Los Angeles in April. Tom Hanks, who directed the feel-good 1996 film, spoke to ET about the heartwarming reunion, calling it "the coolest thing in the world."
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