List of The Suite Life on Deck episodes

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This is a list of episodes for the Disney Channel original series The Suite Life on Deck, which aired for three seasons on Disney Channel from September 26, 2008 to May 6, 2011.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates)
Season premiere Season finale
1 21 September 26, 2008 (2008-09-26) July 17, 2009 (2009-07-17)
2 28 August 7, 2009 (2009-08-07) June 18, 2010 (2010-06-18)
3 22 July 2, 2010 (2010-07-02) May 6, 2011 (2011-05-06)
Film March 25, 2011 (2011-03-25)

Episode list

Season 1 (2008–09)

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1 1 "The Suite Life Sets Sail" Jim Drake Danny Kallis & Pamela Eells O'Connell September 26, 2008 (2008-09-26) 101 5.7[1]

Zack (Dylan Sprouse, Cody (Cole Sprouse, London (Brenda Song), and Mr. Moseby (Phill Lewis) from The Suite Life of Zack & Cody set sail on the SS Tipton for their semester at sea. London uses jewelry to bribe her cabin-mate, Padma, to leave the ship so she can have a cabin to herself. Cody finds himself sharing a cabin with Woody, who is very messy. Zack shares a cabin with Bailey (Debby Ryan), who is a neat freak. Nobody knows that Bailey is a girl who disguised herself as a boy in order to gain a position on the ship after she found out that there were no more vacancies for girls. Zack and Cody agree to switch cabin-mates, but Zack changes his mind after he finds out that Bailey is a girl. After everyone else eventually finds this out, Bailey is allowed to stay, filling the position vacated by London's ex-cabin-mate, and Bailey becomes London's new cabin-mate. This is the last straw for London and she escapes to Parrot Island via helicopter.

Co-stars: Ginette Rhodes as Eunice Pickett
Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Tiya Sircar as Padma, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink

Special guest star: Kim Rhodes as Carey Martin
2 2 "Parrot Island" Rich Correll Danny Kallis & Pamela Eells O'Connell September 27, 2008 (2008-09-27) 107 5.1[1]

When the SS Tipton makes a special trip to pick up London from Parrot Island, Bailey, Moseby, and Woody end up in the island's jail because all of the parrots left for Seal Island after Tipton Industries cut down all the trees. Zack and Cody attempt to get them released from jail, but the twins are incarcerated along with the others and Bailey has to use her pig, Porkers, to rescue them. Zack and Cody fight over Bailey, but Zack lets Cody have her after finding out about her ex-boyfriend Moose and seeing she has too much "baggage," while Zack wants a girl who is just a "carry on."

Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Stuart Pankin as Simms
3 3 "Broke 'N' Yo-Yo" Jim Drake Jeny Quine & Adam Lapidus October 3, 2008 (2008-10-03) 102 4.0[2]

Bailey is mad that London is hogging all the space in their cabin, so she decides to trick her with the myth of the "Sea Snark." She later feels guilty and tells her the truth. Meanwhile, when Zack uses up both his and Cody's meal cards buying things for all of the girls on the ship, they run out of money. Moseby puts them to work so they can earn their keep. Cody decides to enter a yo-yo contest to make some money and Zack agrees to take over both his and Cody's jobs on the ship so Cody can prefect his yo-yo trick. To keep up with both jobs, Zack uses a towel thrower to get the towels to the passengers. Cody finds himself up against yo-yo champion Johan Yo. Johan wins the yo-yo competition, but after Bailey tells Cody that Johan is a professional, he is disqualified and Cody is declared the winner because the competition was only for amateurs. Despite winning, Zack and Cody do not keep the money. Instead, Moseby keeps the money to pay for the damage done by Zack's thrower.

Guest star: Grant Johnson as Johan Yo, Kara Crane as Piper
4 4 "The Kidney of the Sea" Ellen Gittelsohn Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock October 10, 2008 (2008-10-10) 103 N/A

Zack has a crush on a cute passenger named Violet, but must deal with her wealthy "boyfriend", Ashton, and snooty mother who will do anything to keep Zack and Violet apart, especially after Ashton gives her an expensive jewelry piece. Meanwhile, Cody referees an intelligence test between London's dog, Ivana, and Bailey's pet pig, Porkers. Bailey tries to take advantage of Cody's crush and London tries to bribe Cody. At the end, the competition ends in a draw. Ashton accuses Zack of stealing the "Kidney of the Sea" necklace. London's dog, Ivana, proves Ashton wrong. Ashton had hidden the jewel in his pocket and then he admits the truth in a grudging tone.

Guest stars: Christa B. Allen as Violet, Shannon Holt as Mrs. Berg, Aaron Perilo as Ashton

Note: The episode is a parody of the 1997 film Titanic.
5 5 "Showgirls"
"Show & Tell"
Shelley Jensen Howard Nemetz & Dan Signer October 17, 2008 (2008-10-17) 104 N/A

London and Bailey are on a mission to prove that Miss Tutweiller is dating Mr. Moseby after overhearing a conversation between the two. Meanwhile, Zack convinces Cody to sneak out after curfew to catch the Starlight Follies burlesque show on the ship. When they finally make it past the security guard and into the show, they become convinced that their teacher, Miss Tutweiller, is one of the showgirls after seeing her heart shaped anklet in the show and during class. So, Zack sends Bailey and London undercover as two showgirls to find out. But eventually thanks to Woody ratting them out, Zack, Cody, London & Bailey get caught sneaking into the Starlight Follies on a school night & get detention.

Co-stars: Michael B. Levin as Ira Dinkelman
Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby

Note: This episode is listed on various media sources under both titles.
6 6 "International Dateline" Ellen Gittelsohn Jeny Quine & Dan Signer October 24, 2008 (2008-10-24) 105 N/A

In a fashion similar to Groundhog Day, Cody tries to impress Bailey at their school dance, but he fails and finds himself stuck in a time loop while everyone is oblivious to what is happening. Cody believes the time loop is caused by fate giving him another chance with Bailey, but eventually realizes that lightning striking the ship as it crossed the International Date Line was what caused the time reversal, so he reduces the ship's speed to break the time loop. In the end, he still fails to impress Bailey.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Steve Monroe as Haggis, Chad Duell as Holden, Rachael Bell as Addison
7 7 "It's All Greek to Me" Shelley Jensen Jim Geoghan November 7, 2008 (2008-11-07) 106 N/A

The SS Tipton visits Greece. While they are there, Bailey crushes on the tour guide, which makes Cody jealous. To impress her, Arwin's cousin, Milos, gives him a replica of the ancient amulet of the Greek goddess Aphrodite to give as a gift to her, but in a mix up, he ends up getting the real one. Meanwhile, London has to write a speech for her father, who is funding a new exhibit, but finds it very difficult, but then has a dream about Greek history, which inspires her.

Guest stars: Adam Bay as Adonis, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, John Kapelos as Elias, Brian Stepanek as Arwin/Milos
8 8 "Sea Monster Mash" Rich Correll Adam Lapidus November 14, 2008 (2008-11-14) 108 4.4[3]

The class has a school project to complete and Cody chooses Bailey to be his partner, disappointing Zack who had hoped to get Cody to complete his and Woody's project for them. After Bailey tells London that she has partnered with Cody, London teams up with Zack and Woody. Cody is trying to catch a famous sea monster, but keeps failing and disappointing Bailey. Zack tries to sabotage Cody's project. However, his own project turns into a monster when London pours a smoothie into their plant project, causing it to grow and eventually trapping Zack, Woody, and London. The sea monster shows up at the end of the episode.

Guest star: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
9 9 "Flowers and Chocolate" Rich Correll Tim Pollock November 21, 2008 (2008-11-21) 109 4.07[4]

Chelsea, Barbara, and Bob visit the SS Tipton. Cody is worried about how he's going to tell Barbara about his feelings for Bailey, but Barbara has to dump Cody because she and Bob are now dating. Right before Cody tells her about Bailey, Barbara tells him about her and Bob. To make Barbara jealous, Cody tells her that he and Bailey are also dating, thinking he can get away with the lie because Bailey is off the ship, but she returns early. London tells Chelsea that her cabin is her shoe closet, and that Woody is her servant. Woody agrees to help her because he has a crush on Chelsea. During movie night, Cody tries to make Barbara think that he and Bailey are dating, but Bailey eventually finds out. Cody apologizes and Bailey forgives him and says if he wanted her to be his pretend girlfriend, all he had to do is ask. To show it, she tickles him, wraps her arms around him, and finishes with a kiss on the cheek (causing Cody to faint) saying that would have made Barbara really jealous. Chelsea finds out that London is just a regular student, but instead of telling everyone, tells London she will tell everyone that London was "abducted by aliens" instead.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby
Guest stars: Brittany Curran as Chelsea Brimmer, Sophie Oda as Barbara Brownstein, Jennifer Tisdale as Activities Coordinator Connie, Charlie Stewart as Bob, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink

Note: London's plot is similar to the Yay Me episode, "London in London," in which London and Chelsea meet and London tells her that Bailey is her shoe closet maid.
10 10 "Boo You" Phill Lewis Jeff Hodsden December 5, 2008 (2008-12-05) 110 4.3[5][6]

When Cody and Kirby don't allow Zack to bungee-jump off the side of the ship, the brothers accidentally knock Kirby off the ship, but Kirby, who is by then attached to the bungee cord, gets pulled back and, after a short flight, lands in the hot tub. To make it up to him, Zack and Cody tutor Kirby so he can pass his high school equivalency exam to earn a promotion. Meanwhile, London embarrasses Bailey on her internet show in a new segment called "Boo You!"

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby
Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby, Chad Duell as Holden

Note: London first mentioned her "Boo You" frown right before her 24-hour Yay Me broadcast in "Let Us Entertain You," a season 3 episode of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.
11 11 "seaHarmony" Lex Passaris Billy Riback December 12, 2008 (2008-12-12) 111 4.2[5]

Zack and London play matchmaker for Mr. Moseby and Ms. Tutweiller, but with little success. Eventually, they get Moseby and Tutweiller together, and although they have an argument, they remain together. Meanwhile, Cody tries to impress Bailey by acting like someone else based on her dating test results. However, what Cody doesn't know is that some of her answers were for fun, while others were true.

Guest star: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller

Title Reference: An online match maker, eHarmony
12 12 "The Mommy and the Swami" Lex Passaris Dan Signer & Jeny Quine January 9, 2009 (2009-01-09) 115 N/A

When the ship stops in India, Cody takes Zack with him to visit his guru, a Swami who lives in the top of a mountain who charges high prices for everything he sells. Eventually, Zack and Cody run out of money and join the Swami's worldwide call center. Meanwhile, Mr. Moseby is having computer problems and is trying to contact the call center for help, but without any success. Padma, who was originally London's cabin-mate on the ship, but left after London bribed her, asks London to help convince her mother that she was still at sea. It is later shown that the help center Moseby was calling was run by the Swami, who used an American accent.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett

Guest stars: Rizwan Manji as the Swami, Tiya Sircar as Padma, Sarah Ripard as Gitanjali/Buffy
13 13 "Maddie on Deck" Rich Correll Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock January 16, 2009 (2009-01-16) 112 4.1[7]

Maddie Fitzpatrick visits the SS Tipton and gains a new friend in Bailey. Prince Jeffy of Linchtenstamp, who is only 8 years old, falls in love with Maddie and forces her to marry him. However, Zack challenges the Prince to a joust, with Maddie being the prize. Zack beats Prince Jeffy on a bouncing ball and using a water noodle weapon. Also, Zack finally gets his long-awaited kiss from Maddie.

Guest stars: Uriah Shelton as Prince Jeffy, Cale Hoelzman as Prince Timmy, Scott Dreier as Harold The Herald
Special guest star: Ashley Tisdale as Maddie Fitzpatrick

Note: This is the 100th episode of the Suite Life series.
14 14 "When in Rome..." Rich Correll Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock January 23, 2009 (2009-01-23) 113 N/A

The ship docks near Rome and London falls for a handsome musician named Luca while he performs in the streets. Later, as Bailey searches for her money belt key, she overhears that Luca and his uncle, Marco, are actually con men and had already conned London for $20,000. Bailey talks to Luca and finds out that he actually doesn't want to be a con man and really likes London. So, they hatch a plan to get the money back from his uncle that involves Bailey dressing up as Naomi Wyoming, a parody of Hannah Montana. Meanwhile, Zack and Cody get themselves hired by Chef Gigi so they can eat at her restaurant. At the end, Cody is fired, but Zack enjoys a delicious meal with Gigi.

Guest stars: Jacopo Sarno as Luca, Joe Nipote as Marco, Sandra Purpurou as Gigi

Note: The song that Luca performs is the Italian version of "Could You Be the One?" from Disney Channel's short series As the Bell Rings.
15 15 "Shipnotized" Shelley Jensen Jim Geoghan January 30, 2009 (2009-01-30) 114 4.0[8][9]

A famous hypnotist visits the SS Tipton and accidentally hypnotizes London to act like Bailey, which gets her really annoyed. Meanwhile, Harvard's Dean of Admissions, Monroe Cabot, is also visiting with his daughter Olivia. Cabbit is fond of Cody, but thinks lowly of Zack, although Zack wants to date Olivia. Since Cabbit does not approve of the relationship, Zack and Cody concoct a plan where Cody will pretend to date Olivia, which Cabbit approves of, but Zack will actually be the one who goes on the date.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest stars: Gilland Jones as Olivia, Hamilton Mitchell as Cabot, Alec Ledd as Enzo Biscotti
16 16 "Mom and Dad on Deck" Ellen Gittelsohn Danny Kallis & Jim Geoghan February 20, 2009 (2009-02-20) 117 5.3[10]

Zack and Cody plan to have an all-guys weekend with their father, but a surprise visit from their mother ruins their plans. When Kurt and Carey get a show on the ship, Mr. Moseby says they can stay on board permanently, but worried their parents will stay on the ship, the twins hatch a plan to sabotage their parents' show. Meanwhile, London tries to find the perfect belated birthday gift for Mr. Moseby by following him around all day. In the end, London makes Mr. Moseby very happy that he got a present from her because even his own mother forgot his birthday.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett
Guest star: Robert Torti as Kurt Martin
Special guest star: Kim Rhodes as Carey Martin

Note: Zack and Cody's father's name is Kurt Martin, but the credits at the end of the show address him as Rick Martin.
17 17 "The Wrong Stuff" Ellen Gittelsohn Jeny Quine & Adam Lapidus March 27, 2009 (2009-03-27) 118 3.4[11]

London holds a competition between Cody and Woody to decide which one of them will accompany her on her trip to the Tipton Space Station. Desperate to win, Cody and Woody each try to sabotage the other during the competition. Meanwhile, Zack is in charge of the senior citizen's activities and meets a passenger who is unwilling to participate in any of the activities. Zack makes multiple attempts to find something he wants to do and finally discovers that he enjoys playing pranks on other people. Together, they try to pull off a series of pranks on the other passengers.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby and Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett

Guest stars: Lillian Adams as Mrs. Pepperman, Gavin MacLeod as Barker, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
18 18 "Splash & Trash" Rich Correll Pamela Eells O'Connell & Dan Signer April 17, 2009 (2009-04-17) 119 N/A

Zack and Woody are convinced that a girl the SS Tipton rescued from the ocean is actually a mermaid. They make multiple attempts to prove it, but are unsuccessful. Upon her telling Zack that she is really a competitive swimmer and extremely busy training for the Olympics, Zack decides to teach her how to relax. Meanwhile, Cody is fired as the ship's towel boy after he doesn't allow passengers to use multiple towels in an attempt to protect the environment. He also puts up a show to portray the future of the Earth if this kind of overuse continues, which ultimately gets him re-hired as towel boy.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett

Guest stars: Allie Gonino as Marissa, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
19 19 "Mulch Ado About Nothing" Danny Kallis Pamela Eells O'Connell May 1, 2009 (2009-05-01) 116 N/A

When Bailey starts feeling homesick, Cody decides to recreate her hometown festival. However, thanks to London, Bailey's hometown boyfriend, Moose, shows up. He and Cody compete in corn bobbin', arm wrestling, and chess to win Bailey's heart, but Cody loses every competition. Moose asks Bailey to come home, so she asks Cody what to do. Cody says to follow her heart and Bailey stays because she would miss her friends. At the end, Bailey hints that she likes Cody after the pair share a hug.

Guest stars: Hutch Dano as Moose, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
20 20 "Cruisin' for a Bruisin'" Lex Passaris Danny Kallis June 5, 2009 (2009-06-05) 121 N/A

Zack puts ice cream on Cody's report. Fed up, Cody throws the ice cream to the floor. Moseby slips on the ice cream. Kirby tries to save him, but ends up injuring him. Connie takes over Moseby's work and breaks a boat in a bottle intended as a gift for the captain. Everyone tries to comfort Moseby, but none of them do any good. Moseby overhears mention of a problem with the boat and thinks there is a problem with the full-size ship. London eventually fixes the boat in a bottle. Moseby falls down the stairs and injures everyone except London. Finally, Moseby accidentally breaks the boat and doesn't have enough time to repair it.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett

Guest stars: Jennifer Tisdale as Connie, Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby
21 21 "Double-Crossed"
(Part two of "Wizards on Deck with Hannah Montana")
Rich Correll Danny Kallis & Pamela Eells O'Connell July 17, 2009 (2009-07-17) 120 9.3[12]

Hannah Montana boards the SS Tipton on her way to a concert performance in Honolulu. To impress Bailey, Cody desperately tries to get tickets to the show. Meanwhile, the Russo's are still aboard the ship on their vacation in which Alex pulls a prank on Justin by putting blue dye in the hot tub, making him turn blue, for which Mr. Moseby blames Zack, while Max tries to impress London with his magical suitcase. In the end, Alex is grounded for pranking Justin, and Mr. Moseby apologizes to Zack for blaming him (Though he is still in trouble, as he admitted to perpetuating other pranks); and Hannah Montana arrives in the lobby and recognizes Cody because of the cake on his shirt, she then gives Bailey & Cody tickets to her concert plus backstage passes, Bailey then tells Cody that "this is going to be the best date ever", and that Cody is "her guy" which ends in Bailey finally kisses Cody on the lips, starting their anticipated relationship.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby
Special guest stars: Jake T. Austin as Max Russo, Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana, Selena Gomez as Alex Russo, David Henrie as Justin Russo, Emily Osment as Lilly Truscott/Lola Luftnagle

Notes: This episode is a crossover that features the casts of Wizards of Waverly Place and Hannah Montana coming aboard the SS Tipton. This is the second time Miley Cyrus has worked as Hannah Montana on a Suite Life show. The first time was in the episode for the That's So Raven/The Suite Life of Zack & Cody/Hannah Montana episode called That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana. This is also the second time Selena Gomez has worked on a Suite Life show. The first time was in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody episode "A Midsummer's Nightmare" when she played a classmate named Gwen.

Season 2 (2009–10)

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22 1 "The Spy Who Shoved Me" Shelley Jensen Jim Geoghan August 7, 2009 (2009-08-07) 205 4.9[13]

A microchip with secret information on it goes missing and the twins help a spy recover it. Cody gives the chip to Bailey, telling her to hide it and not to look at what's in it, but Bailey looks it up on her computer anyway. When Cody finds out that Bailey ignored him, breaking her promise, he has mixed emotions. Bailey kisses Cody on the lips as a way of telling him he can trust her, so he forgives her.

Guest stars: Gildart Jackson as James Smith, Sara Erikson as Red Finger

Notes: This is the first episode of the series to be broadcast in High Definition, and the show now utilizes a 'filmized' appearance (though it is still shot on videotape, as is standard with Disney Channel sitcoms).
23 2 "Ala-ka-scram!" Shelley Jensen Billy Riback August 14, 2009 (2009-08-14) 206 4.1[14]

London develops a crush on the ship's magician. Meanwhile, Zack tries to hang out with Cody and Bailey, much to their annoyance, so to get him off their back, they invite Woody to hang out with Zack for an upcoming Air Band contest.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Savannah Jayde as Tanya, Briana Lane as Karina, Justin Kredible as Armando

Notes: The song Zack sings, "Hot December Snow," is a parody of Guns N' Roses' "November Rain," with Zack as Jim Gillette of Nitro and Woody as Slash.
24 3 "In the Line of Duty" Rich Correll Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock August 21, 2009 (2009-08-21) 203 4.3[15]

After Zack gets in trouble with Ms. Tutwieller by setting off a stink cloud, she suggests that he becomes the hall monitor, but it soon gets out of hand when he puts all of his classmates in detention. Meanwhile, Cody and Bailey find it increasingly harder to spend time with each other. In addition, Bailey gets a job at London's new boutique, which is actually a secret closet to store the rest of her extensive collection of clothes.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Marisa Theodore as Cara, Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby
25 4 "Kitchen Casanova" Rich Correll Jeny Quine & Dan Signer September 4, 2009 (2009-09-04) 202 3.7[16]

Cody's teacher is chopping onions and cuts herself so Cody fills in for her. But, when he becomes the center of attention, Bailey starts to get jealous and makes a plan with Woody to get him back. Meanwhile, London is selling Zack's paintings' (sneezed food) for $30,000. Then, Zack finds out and tries to sell them on his own, but people only like them because London did.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Rachael Bell as Addison, Jennifer Rhodes as Mrs. McCracken, Leslie-Anne Huff as Reina
26 5 "Smarticle Particles" Rich Correll Adam Lapidus September 11, 2009 (2009-09-11) 201 4.0[17]

To win a bet with Cody, Bailey convinces London that a perfume will make her smarter. Meanwhile, Zack asks out the captain of the boys wrestling team, who is a girl, after accidentally dropping freezing cold ocean water on her, that he had meant to drop on Woody.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Staci Pratt as Becky
27 6 "Family Thais" Rich Correll Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock September 18, 2009 (2009-09-18) 209 4.5[18]

Bailey and London go to Thailand to meet London's Grandmother and discover that she is a poor farmer so London gives her Grandmother and her hut a makeover. Meanwhile, Zack asks Cody to be his wingman because he likes a girl, although he wants to be faithful to Bailey. In the end, the girl ends up liking Cody.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest stars: Erica Aulds as Sasha, Ashley Farley as Hilary, Elizabeth Sung as Khun Yai
28 7 "Goin' Bananas" Phill Lewis Jeny Quine & Dan Signer September 25, 2009 (2009-09-25) 204 4.0[19]

Zack turns in one of Cody's old term papers as his own, without realizing that Cody had inserted a bizarre passage about a fictional banana-phobia, so Mrs. Tutweiller sends him to see a counsellor, ending with Zack taking his anger out on his brother. Meanwhile, London goes through withdrawal when her cellphone is taken away after she is caught texting during class, prompting Bailey to help her find something new to do to keep her hands busy. In addition, Woody spends all of his time playing a virtual reality game called "Better Life" as an avatar named Brock. He has a virtual girlfriend named Peaches (who turns out to be Addison). Cody tells him that he can't live his whole life through a virtual reality game.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby
Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Rachael Bell as Addison, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Michael Hitchcock as Mr. Blanket

Note: This is the first episode of the series to have two sub-plots.
29 8 "Lost at Sea" Rich Correll Danny Kallis & Pamela Eells O'Connell October 2, 2009 (2009-10-02) 207–208 7.6[20]

Shortly after the start of a new semester on the ship, Zack, Cody, London, Bailey, and Woody are all cast-away on a life boat London was using as a closet and eventually find their way onto a deserted island. Cody's relationship with Bailey starts falling apart after an argument over wind patterns emerges and causes a fall out with the remainder of the group. Back on deck, Ms. Tutwieller and Mr. Moseby are put in exactly the same predicament as the others and even have the same disagreement over control of the operations. Cody and Bailey mend their relationship at the end of the episode.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Michelle DeFraites as Jenna

Note: This is a one-hour episode and was broadcast in 4:3 letterbox on Disney Channel's standard-definition feed (the first episode of a Disney Channel series to be shown in this format on the SD feed). All previous and subsequent episodes are shown in a 4:3 full-screen pan and scan picture format on the SD feed.
30 9 "Roomies" Danny Kallis Danny Kallis & Pamela Eells O'Connell October 16, 2009 (2009-10-16) 210 4.7[21]

Marcus Little, a former child singer, arrives on the SS Tipton and is assigned to share a cabin with Zack, who is trying to figure out Marcus' true identity. Meanwhile, Cody and Bailey play against each other in a series of friendly competitions.

Co-stars: Jill Basey as Widow, Veronica Dunne as Tiffany
Guest star: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink

Note: Doc Shaw joins the cast as Marcus Little.
31 10 "Crossing Jordin" Mark Cendrowski Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock October 23, 2009 (2009-10-23) 213 5.2[22]

Zack, Cody, and Marcus attempt to write a song for the ship's guest singer, Jordin Sparks, to perform, but with less than her best interests in mind. Meanwhile, London meets the winner of a contest where a contestant gets to be London's best friend for a week on the ship, but the winner acts like a brat and also steals London's identity.

Guest stars: Cameron Escalante as Alyssa, Dave Secor as George
Special guest star: Jordin Sparks as herself

Note: Jordin Sparks performs the song "Battlefield" from her 2009 album of the same name.
32 11 "Bermuda Triangle" Phill Lewis Adam Lapidus & Jeny Quine November 13, 2009 (2009-11-13) 211 4.8[23]

Zack and Cody receive a $200 check from their parents for their 16th birthday, but have an argument about how to spend it and end up ripping it in half. Following this, Zack wishes he was an only child and Cody wishes for the same, saying that nothing would make him happier. Once the ship enters the Bermuda Triangle, a parallel universe opens up and their wish comes true; the twins were split up at birth, with Zack growing up with just their mom and Cody growing up with just their dad.

Co-stars: Aileen Hurtado as Flamenco Dancer
Guest star: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink

Note: This is the first episode of the series that Phill Lewis both directs and appears in. Lewis was absent from all prior episodes that he directed.
33 12 "The Beauty and the Fleeced" Lex Passaris Dan Signer November 20, 2009 (2009-11-20) 212 4.8[24]

Zack, Marcus, and Woody create a fake beauty pageant so they can meet girls. When Mr. Moseby learns of their plans, he punishes them by forcing them to see it through. Meanwhile, London intimidates Bailey by bragging about her previous success in beauty pageants. As a result, Bailey enters the SS Tipton '​s pageant to try to beat London, and hires Cody as her coach.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Brittany Ross as Capri

Note: When Cody tells Bailey that he has been in a beauty pageant before, this is a reference to The Suite Life of Zack & Cody episode, "The Fairest of Them All." It also references the pilot where Bailey disguised as a boy.
34 13 "The Swede Life" Ellen Gittelsohn Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock December 4, 2009 (2009-12-04) 215 N/A

Zack, Cody, London, and Bailey visit Martensgrav, a Swedish town founded by the twins' ancestors (portrayed by Dylan and Cole Sprouse), only to discover the townsfolk consider the great Martin family as villains. Meanwhile, Marcus and Mr. Moseby want to visit a museum for the Swedish pop group ABBA, but get stuck at a Swedish furniture store, Umaka (a spoof of Ikea) in search of a missing screw for Moseby's Swedish nightstand.

Guest stars: Ed Begley, Jr. as Mayor Ragnar, Katie Gill as Dorta, Mary Kate McGeehan as Helga
35 14 "Mother of the Groom" Rich Correll Danny Kallis January 8, 2010 (2010-01-08) 217 3.8[25]

Esteban comes aboard the SS Tipton to get married. While the boys have a bachelor party for Esteban, London and Bailey try to help Esteban's mother (who disapproves of the marriage) find something she enjoys aside from taking care of her son so that she can accept Esteban's marriage and move on with life.

Guest stars: Charo as Señora Ramirez, Adrian R'Mante as Esteban Ramirez, Marisa Ramirez as Francesca
36 15 "The Defiant Ones" Rich Correll Dan Signer January 15, 2010 (2010-01-15) 218 4.0[26]

Cody creates a web of lies when he tries to cover up his failure to do his homework. Meanwhile, Zack and Mr. Moseby are handcuffed together and must learn to get along.

Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Michael Hitchcock as Mr. Blanket
37 16 "Any Given Fantasy" Rich Correll Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock January 18, 2010 (2010-01-18)
(Disney XD)
January 22, 2010 (2010-01-22)
(Disney Channel)
220 5.2[27]

When Mr. Moseby forbids the students from playing football on the ship, they become interested in playing fantasy football. London talks her way into having a team in the fantasy football league and after impressing the boys with her knowledge of football, London unveils her team's weapon, Kurt Warner. London also promises the winners of the football a golden trophy, as a result, Zack, Marcus, and Woody dress up like mascots to gain London's trophy. Meanwhile, Cody becomes upset by his poor football skills so enlists Kirby as his coach.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett

Guest stars: Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Kurt Warner as himself
38 17 "Rollin' With the Holmies" Mark Cendrowski Jim Geoghan & Dan Signer January 29, 2010 (2010-01-29) 214 N/A

Cody attempts to solve a mystery surrounding a stolen book that belongs to Queen Elizabeth II. Meanwhile, Mr. Moseby teaches Zack and Marcus how to play croquet so they can compete against London's snobby new crush and his friend in order for Marcus to gain London's affection.

Co-stars: Blaise Embry as Snively, Brad Sergi as Bobby

Guest stars: Charles Shaughnessy as Constable, Jarrett Sleeper as Wicket, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
39 18 "Can You Dig It?" Phill Lewis Adam Lapidus & Jeny Quine February 12, 2010 (2010-02-12) 223 N/A

When Zack accidentally finds the crown of the ancient Princess Zaria, he takes credit for all the years of research Cody did, making Cody angry. Zaria's spirit possesses Bailey who is now desperate to get her crown back and punishes Zack for taking it. Now, it is up to Cody to save Zack and release the spirit from Bailey.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest star: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Alex Cambert as Luis, Lesli Margherita as Isabel
40 19 "London's Apprentice" Rich Correll Pamela Eells O'Connell February 26, 2010 (2010-02-26) 219 3.6[28]

Mr. Tipton wants London to present him with a great new invention, so London offers a one million dollar prize for the person who creates the best new invention. Zack, Cody, Bailey, Marcus, and Mr. Moseby present their ideas to London for her to decide which one is the best. Meanwhile, London gives Kirby the bag containing the one million dollars, but he loses the bag and must retrace his steps to find it.

Co-star: Brandon Ellison as Chefinator

Guest star: Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby
41 20 "Once Upon a Suite Life" Bob Koherr Jeny Quine & Dan Signer March 5, 2010 (2010-03-05) 225 N/A

Zack, Cody, London, and Bailey fall asleep during class when Ms. Tutweiller is lecturing about fairy tales. They each dream that they are the characters in classic fairy tales such as Snow White, Hansel and Gretel, and Jack and the Beanstalk.

Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Michael Airington as The Mirror
42 21 "Marriage 101" Rich Correll Jeny Quine March 19, 2010 (2010-03-19) 221 N/A

A class assignment requires the students to simulate marriage to learn the challenges that face married couples in everyday life. Cody 'marries' Bailey, Zack 'marries' London, and Woody 'marries' Addison. However, when the "Wheel of Life" gives Cody as injury, he and Bailey begin to fight.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby
Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Rachael Bell as Addison

Note: London states that her father married eight times, but in "Ala-ka-scram!" she says that Karina, the magician's assistant, is her fourteenth mother, and in the last episode of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, she says her father has had twelve weddings.
43 22 "Model Behavior" Bob Koherr Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock March 27, 2010 (2010-03-27) 228 N/A

When Mr. Moseby leaves to go to a reunion, Zack and Marcus decide to throw a party on the sky deck with models. Janice and Jessica, from the Boston Tipton, come aboard the ship as models and while Janice tries to draw Zack's attention, Cody believes Bailey is jealous of Jessica. Meanwhile, to distract the modeling agent from discovering the party, Woody pretends to be a male model named Woodlander.

Guest stars: Camilla and Rebecca Rosso as Janice and Jessica, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Cassidy Gifford as Kate

Special guest star: Kathie Lee Gifford as Cindy
44 23 "Rock the Kasbah" Rich Correll Adam Lapidus April 16, 2010 (2010-04-16) 222 N/A

Cody wants to buy earrings for Bailey, but Zack insists he bargain with the cashier for a better price. Meanwhile, London, Bailey, Marcus, and Woody discover a magic lamp that contains a genie willing to grant wishes, causing them to argue over which wishes should be granted.

Guest stars: Amro Salama as Youssef, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Matthew Willig as Genie
45 24 "I Brake for Whales" Rich Correll Jeny Quine & Adam Lapidus April 23, 2010 (2010-04-23) 216 N/A

The SS Tipton is going straight in the path of endangered blue whales motivating Zack, Cody, Bailey, and Marcus to try their best to change the ship's course. They lock themselves into the engine room hoping the whales will safely pass, however they discover it's not as easy as it seems. Cody begins to faint due to heat exhaustion, Marcus becomes desperate for water, and Zack loses it and tries to break free. Eventually, Kirby and Mr. Moseby break into the engine room to attempt to stop them, but after seeing the whales on Cody's laptop, they decide to go along with plan.

Co-star: Neil Ross as Narrator

Guest star: Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby
46 25 "Seven Seas News" Bob Koherr Pamela Eells O'Connell May 7, 2010 (2010-05-07) 224 3.5[29]

The students of Seven Seas High take over the Seven Seas News. Zack and Bailey clash as co-anchors, London is confused by the green screen, and Cody investigates a missing passenger.

Absent: Doc Shaw as Marcus Little and Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby
47 26 "Starship Tipton" Kelly Sandefur Jeny Quine & Dan Signer May 14, 2010 (2010-05-14) 227 N/A

Many years in the future, Zack's desecendant, Zirk, pulls a prank on a race of alien beings while aboard a starship, which causes destructive retaliation, causing a Moseby robot to be sent back to destroy Zack, prompting Zack, Cody, London, Bailey, Marcus, and Mr. Moseby to travel to the future to stop Zirk from pranking the aliens.

Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Joe Green as Robot Moseby, Jonathan Kite as Anterian
Special guest star: George Takei as Rome Tipton

Note: This episode was broadcast in 4:3 letterbox format on Disney Channel's standard-definition feed, instead of the regular 4:3 full-screen pan and scan picture format (the second episode of the series to be aired in this manner, after "Lost at Sea" from earlier in the season). The episode is an homage to Star Trek.
48 27 "Mean Chicks" Rich Correll Adam Lapidus June 11, 2010 (2010-06-11) 226 N/A

Bailey bets London $1 million dollars that she cannot go on one week without insulting her, so London asks Mr. Blanket for help to try not to insult Bailey. When Bailey loses the bet, London insults her one million times. Meanwhile, Cody attempts to avoid the assaults of a seagull after not permitting the seagull to eat fries.

Guest stars: Michael Hitchcock as Mr. Blanket
49 28 "Breakup in Paris" Rich Correll Pamela Eells O'Connell & Adam Lapidus June 18, 2010 (2010-06-18) 229–230 3.7[30]

Cody and Bailey are planning to celebrate their one year anniversary when the SS Tipton docks in Paris. Cody asks London to help him make his date perfect. However, a big misunderstanding begins when Bailey sees Cody with London (who were just practicing the date) and mistakes her as the "hideous French girl". The next day, the day of the anniversary, Cody sees Bailey with another guy, Jean Luc, who was just trying to cheer her up. Bailey and Cody start arguing about the misunderstanding, and decide it would be better if they broke up. Meanwhile, Zack and Woody are pursued by art thieves.

Co-stars: Suzan Brittan as Katarina, Monica Smith as Chloe
Guest stars: Al Benner as Pascal, Nick Roux as Jean Luc, Stelio Savante as Stephane, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Larry Vanburen Jr. as Dante

Note: This is a one hour episode and two versions of the episode exist. The version that aired on June 19, 2010, the night after the episode's original airing, featured a third storyline involving Marcus discovering that a young boy is claiming to be Lil' Little (Marcus' former rap persona), leading him to try to expose the kid as a fraud.

Season 3 (2010–11)

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original U.S. air date Prod. code Viewers
(millions)
50 1 "The Silent Treatment" Phill Lewis Dan Signer July 2, 2010 (2010-07-02) 305 3.4[31]

Cody leaves the ship following his breakup with Bailey to join a monk-like club which he hopes will help him get over the breakup. Zack and Woody are determined to go there and save Cody. Meanwhile, London and Miss Tutweiller try to console Bailey by giving her relationship advice.

Absent: Doc Shaw as Marcus Little and Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest stars: Andy Richter as Brother Theodore, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
51 2 "Rat Tale" Joel Zwick Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock July 9, 2010 (2010-07-09) 308 N/A

No longer a couple, Cody and Bailey must decide who keeps Buck, their pet rat. Kirby investigates both to see who will make the better owner, but Woody is bitten by Buck, creating a super-hero alter-ego Ratman, which is breaking apart Zack and his new girlfriend, Sloane.

Absent: Doc Shaw as Marcus Little and Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest stars: Mackenzie Baker as Sloane, Windell D. Middlebrooks as Kirby, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
52 3 "So You Think You Can Date?" Joel Zwick Mark Amato & Sally Lapiduss July 16, 2010 (2010-07-16) 306 3.4[32]

A dance is coming up for the students. Having broken up, Cody and Bailey lie about having dates to the dance, so they quickly try to find a backup date to back up their lie. When London and Zack offer up misguided advice, it surprisingly works. Meanwhile, Woody is tired of Tutweiller and Moseby arguing about who should get the skydeck for the school dance, so he makes them share the skydeck. It is revealed through flashback that Mr. Moseby and Miss Tutweiler's interest in the Middle Ages and 1980s, respectively, comes from the tribulations they endured as outcasts in their youth. Through understanding, Mr. Moseby convinces Emma that they both have become successful adults and have overcome their painful pasts.

Absent: Doc Shaw as Marcus Little

Guest stars: Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Rachael Marie as Cissy, Markus Silbiger as Josh, Matthew Timmons as Woody
53 4 "My Oh Maya" Joel Zwick Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock July 23, 2010 (2010-07-23) 301 N/A

Zack becomes attracted to a girl named Maya, but when he realizes he is actually falling in love with her, he attempts to use a six month plan that Cody used for Bailey. Meanwhile, Dante, the boy who stole Marcus's identity in Paris, stows away on board to have Marcus produce his next album. In addition, Cody is trying to condition himself to forget about Bailey by flicking a rubber band against his wrist every time he thinks about her while she is visiting her home.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett

Guest stars: Zoey Deutch as Maya, Larry Vanburen, Jr. as Dante, Elle McLemore as Gina
54 5 "Das Boots"[33] Carl Lauten Pamela Eells O'Connell July 30, 2010 (2010-07-30) 303 N/A

Zack, London, Maya and Woody are all trapped in London's shoe submarine with only enough air for thirty minutes. Meanwhile, Marcus helps Cody prepare to play chess against Sasha Matryoshka, a beautiful Russian junior champion.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett
Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Zoey Deutch as Maya, Cody Kennedy as Mischa

Note: Although listed in the credits as Mischa, the character was called "Sasha Matryoshka" during the episode.
55 6 "Bon Voyage" Adam Weissman Adam Lapidus August 20, 2010 (2010-08-20) 304 4.0[34]

When the new aqua lounge is flooded, Mr. Tipton orders Mr. Moseby to kick off whoever was responsible for the mess. Moseby assumes Zack is the culprit, but Cody, London, Bailey and Woody all believe they are individually responsible for the disaster for different reasons. It is eventually revealed that it was actually Moseby himself who caused the flood by dropping his pocket hankie into the tank. To help Moseby keep his job, London takes the blame and just gets an allowance cut. At the end of the episode, Marcus leaves the ship to make a Broadway musical based on his hit song "Retainer Baby".

Featured Song: Wonderful Surprise by Shawn Hlookoff
Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Lisa K. Wyatt as Frankie

Note: This was Doc Shaw's final appearance in the series as Marcus Little.
56 7 "Computer Date" Joel Zwick Jeny Quine August 27, 2010 (2010-08-27) 302 N/A

Arwin comes on board the ship to improve it by adding a robot. However, problems start to occur when it begins to have feelings for Cody. Meanwhile, London and Woody enlist Zack's help to pass a gym class.

Absent: Debby Ryan as Bailey Pickett
Guest stars: Tabitha Morella as Callie, Brian Stepanek as Arwin Hawkhauser, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink

Notes: Because Disney Channel airs episodes out of production order, Doc Shaw is still listed in the opening credits in this episode. Also, despite her inability to perform in gym class in this particular episode, London was seen tutoring Maddie in P.E. class in an episode of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.
57 8 "Party On!" Joel Zwick Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock September 10, 2010 (2010-09-10) 309 4.0[35]

When singer Sean Kingston comes on board, he immediately becomes attracted to London. Zack. hoping to do something special for Maya's birthday, misleads Sean into throwing a surprise party for London and also making Mr. Moseby believe the party is for him, when it is actually for Maya. Meanwhile, Cody goes with Bailey to a Belgian chocolate factory on a couple's tour and runs into Woody who mistakenly came instead of attending a hiking trip.

Guest stars: Zoey Deutch as Maya, Napoleon Ryan as Sebastian Nougat, Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink

Special guest star: Sean Kingston as himself
58 9 "Love and War" Eric Dean Seaton Jeny Quine September 24, 2010 (2010-09-24) 311 2.8[36]

Zack and Maya are finally a couple, and Zack is surprising everyone by being a good boyfriend. However, Zack soon faces his first challenge when Maya is chosen to recite a poem at Poetpalooza at the same time as an important guys video game night. Meanwhile, children at a daycare take more of a liking towards London than Bailey, causing Bailey to become increasingly jealous of London.

Guest stars: Zoey Deutch as Maya, Taylor Groothuis as Sally, Matthew Timmons as Woody
59 10 "Trouble in Tokyo" Eric Dean Seaton Jeny Quine & Dan Signer September 29, 2010 (2010-09-29)
(Disney XD)
October 15, 2010 (2010-10-15)
(Disney Channel)
307 3.4[38]

When the ship docks in Japan, Zack and Cody visit their mom who is doing a new commercial. Meanwhile, London is trying to avoid going to the dentist and Woody challenges a sumo wrestler.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Americus Abesamis as Mikio, Tom Choi as Mr. Hashimoto
Special guest star: Kim Rhodes as Carey Martin

Note: According to Eric Dean Seaton's website, this episode was going to be called "Japandemonium!"[37]
60 11 "The Ghost and Mr. Martin" Joel Zwick Adam Lapidus & Jeny Quine October 8, 2010 (2010-10-08) 310 3.3[39]

While visiting New Orleans, Zack is haunted by the ghost of a captain of a sunken ship. To solve the mystery of the sunken ship, with the help of Cody and Woody, he dives down to retrieve the captain's compass. After examining the compass and doing research, Zack proves history wrong. Meanwhile, London and Bailey try to help Mr. Moseby overcome his fear of playing the piano in front of a crowd.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Anthony Bonaventura as Captain Entenille

Note: Zack tells Cody that ghosts really exist, because they first saw one while they were living at the Tipton Hotel. He is making a reference to The Suite Life of Zack & Cody episode The Ghost of Suite 613.
61 12 "Senior Ditch Day" Phill Lewis Mark Amato & Sally Lapiduss October 22, 2010 (2010-10-22) 320 3.5[40]

Zack, London and Woody go to a ritzy beach club for Senior Ditch Day, but when the bouncer won’t let Woody in, London and Zack go without him. In an effort to get in, Woody claims himself as royalty and becomes a jerk to London and Zack when they ask to be in a VIP area with 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.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby
Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Fabio as Captain Hawk, Christiann Castellanos as Valentina, Jack Guzman as Bouncer

Note: Cody claims that he has never missed a day of school since Kindergarten, but in the parent series, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, in the episode "What the Hey?", Zack, Cody and Bob ditch school to go to the mall.
62 13 "My Sister's Keeper" Phill Lewis Jeny Quine November 5, 2010 (2010-11-05) 315 3.2[41]

When Woody announces his sister (which both Zack and Cody thought was going to be hideous) will be coming on board, Cody keeps her company, much to the dismay of Woody and Bailey. Meanwhile, London searches for a "twin" to get her to do her dirty work, but things go wrong when her twin falls in love with Zack.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest star: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Linsey Godfrey as Willa Fink, Jane Oshita as London's Double
63 14 "Frozen" Phill Lewis Dan Signer November 27, 2010 (2010-11-27) 312 N/A

Cody visits a remote scientific research station in Antarctica, and Zack and Woody tag along to go snowmobiling. But when the scientist uses their snowmobile to replenish his supplies, he gets stuck in a snow storm leaving the trio cold, hungry, and alone. Meanwhile, London’s favorite designer visits the SS Tipton to announce his retirement due to lack of inspiration, entitling London and Bailey to inspire him.

Absent: Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby

Guest star: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Brian Posehn as Dr. Cork, Todd Sherry as Arturo Vitali
64 15 "A London Carol" Shelley Jensen Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock December 3, 2010 (2010-12-03) 313 4.1[42]

As Christmas approaches, London is too selfish to give anything for homeless and sick children during Christmas when Cody and Bailey asked for donations for needy children. On Christmas Eve night, London's mirror takes her back to the past, the present and future to learn her lesson. After discovering that in the distant future, her friends will loathe her and Mr. Moseby will no longer be alive, London learns that it is better to give than to receive, selling her Christmas presents to buy gifts for the needy children, along with Cody, Zack, Mr. Moseby and Bailey. Meanwhile, Zack has trouble waking up on time to go to work, so he and Cody set up an elaborate alarm.

Guest stars: Michael Airington as The Mirror, Haley Tju as young London.
65 16 "The Play's the Thing" Joel Zwick Pamela Eells O'Connell January 7, 2011 (2011-01-07) 314 3.6[43]

After assigning the class to write their own play, Ms. Tutweiler selects Cody's play to be presented in class. However, Bailey refuses to participate after realizing the play antagonizes her role in the break-up between her and Cody, forcing Cody to act as Bailey and Zack as Cody. In the end, Cody realizes he learned that he made the biggest mistake ever breaking up with Bailey

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Rachael Kathryn Bell as Addison, Kevin Makely as Bruno
66 17 "Twister: Part 1" Bob Koherr Adam Lapidus January 14, 2011 (2011-01-14) 316 4.4[44][45]

London offers to take Bailey to Kettlecorn to celebrate her grandmother's 90th birthday, but when their blimp malfunctions they are forced to drive the rest of the way. Elsewhere, Zack, Cody, and Woody challenge Mr. Moseby and his brother, who is visiting with his teammates, to a game of basketball, that is until they learn his brother is NBA star Dwight Howard. Meanwhile, Cody is unsure of where or why Bailey has gone to and laments her absence, until he discovers that she went to her family farm. He decides to go there to ultimately win her affections back.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Dwight Howard as himself, Deron Williams as himself, Kevin Love as himself
67 18 "Twister: Part 2" Bob Koherr Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock January 15, 2011 (2011-01-15) 317 5.2[45][46]

Cody arrives in Kettlecorn and is surprised to see that Moose is also there to get Bailey back. A tornado approaches and everyone evacuates into the Pickett's storm shelter. As the tornado hits, Bailey is knocked out and dreams that she is Dorothy Gale and is trying to find her way back home through the Land of Oz. As Bailey unwittingly re-enacts the story of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, she encounters Moose as the Scarecrow, Cody as the Tin Woodman, London as Glinda the Good Witch, Woody as the Cowardly Lion, Zack as a Flying Monkey, and the Wicked Witch of the West, and Mr. Moseby as a Munchkin. She wakes up from her dream and has to decide between Moose and Cody.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Linda Porter as Grammy Pickett, Ginette Rhodes as Eunice Pickett, Mark Teich as Mr. Everhart, Joe Dietl as Clyde Pickett

Special guest star: Hutch Dano as Moose
68 19 "Twister: Part 3" Bob Koherr Dan Signer January 16, 2011 (2011-01-16) 318 7.1[45][46]

The group starts rebuilding Kettlecorn after the tornado, but they continue to struggle to pay off the damage. As a result, London's father, Mr. Tipton arrives (who finally reveals himself) to discuss aiding their monetary costs. Meanwhile, Zack, Woody, and Mr. Moseby attempt to sneak into Kettlecorn with a Search and Rescue team.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Linda Porter as Grammy Pickett, Ginette Rhodes as Eunice Pickett, Joe Dietl as Clyde Pickett, Michael Ralph as Sergeant Pepper
Special guest star: John Michael Higgins as Wilfred Tipton

Note: This is the first time in both The Suite Life of Zack & Cody as well as The Suite Life on Deck series that Mr. Tipton was ever shown.
69 20 "Snakes on a Boat" Phill Lewis Dan Signer & Adam Lapidus March 4, 2011 (2011-03-04) 319 3.8[47]

London dares Woody to go down into the ship's cargo hold where he accidentally opens a crate containing numerous snakes, thereby releasing them. Ultimately, Mr. Moseby uses one of his exercising techniques to capture the escaped snakes. Meanwhile, after a series of couples games, Cody learns he cannot make Bailey laugh so he goes to great lengths to try to make her laugh and Maya learns that Zack has dated more girls than she thought.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Zoey Deutch as Maya
70 21 "Prom Night" Eric Dean Seaton Jeff Hodsden & Tim Pollock March 18, 2011 (2011-03-18) 321 3.02[48]

After the students pull a prank on Mr. Moseby, he cancels the senior prom. So, Zack comes up with a plan to have a "secret prom". Meanwhile, Bailey tries to get everybody to vote her for prom queen while Cody helps Woody ask Addison to prom. Ultimately, the kids award the roles of king and queen to Mr. Moseby and Ms. Tutweiller.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Zoey Deutch as Maya, Rachael Kathryn Bell as Addison
71 22 "Graduation on Deck" Eric Dean Seaton Pamela Eells O'Connell May 6, 2011 (2011-05-06) 322 4.6[49]

Mr. Moseby announces that London's dad, Mr. Tipton is selling the ship and that it will be dismantled within a week. London starts receiving private Spanish tuition by Mrs Tutweiller in order to pass it to obtain her high school diploma. Maya, who learns she is accepted by the Peace Corps, breaks up with Zack because she does not believe a long distance relationship will work, upsetting Zack and compelling Zack to refuse attending the graduation. Cody also initially refuses to attend the graduation ceremony because he is rejected by Yale University while Bailey gets accepted by Yale. Carey and Kurt arrive on the ship and attempt consoling their children, Carey successfully consoles Cody while Kurt successfully consoles Zack therefore the twins agree to attend the graduation ceremony. London successfully passes Spanish, due to Mrs Tutweiller's private tuition, hence attends the graduation ceremony. When graduation is disrupted by the destruction of the ship, Mr. Moseby calls Mr. Tipton to stall the destruction of the ship. He informs him that London, passed Spanish by learning in a Helen Keller like fashion, will be graduating as well. Eventually, he chooses to go against Mr. Tipton and proceeds with the graduation. After graduation, Woody and Addison come out with yearbooks and the group shares their final moments together. Bailey decides to go to Yale. London admits that she will miss Bailey and Mr. Moseby. Mr. Moseby announces he is ready for a new stage in his life and proposes to Miss Tutweiller. He then tells the boys that he will miss them as well. Zack and Cody then exit the ship for the last time.

Guest stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink, Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller, Zoey Deutch as Maya, Rachael Kathryn Bell as Addison, Robert Torti as Kurt Martin, Brian Stepanek as Arwin Hawkhauser, Lisa K. Wyatt as Frankie
Special guest star: Kim Rhodes as Carey Martin

Note: This is a special 40-minute episode, the series finale of the show and the last episode of the Suite Life series.

Film (2011)

Title Directed by Written by Original U.S. air date Viewers
(millions)
The Suite Life Movie Sean McNamara Michael Saltzman & Robert Horn March 25, 2011 (2011-03-25) 5.23[50]

Zack and Cody Martin have the opportunity to participate in the Gemini project, a project that ends up "connecting" them through each other's senses, thoughts, and feelings. This helps the boys to understand each other better, but it also lands them in danger.

Note: The events of the movie take place before the "Graduation on Deck" episode.

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