To impress a cute academically-minded boy, London tries to pass herself off as brainy with help from Maddie. Meanwhile, neatnik Cody moves out of the room he shares with sloppy Zack and transforms a closet into his very own bachelor pad.

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To impress a cute academically-minded boy, London tries to pass herself off as brainy with help from Maddie. Meanwhile, neatnik Cody moves out of the room he shares with sloppy Zack and transforms a closet into his very own bachelor pad.

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Lucas Grabeel was the original choice to play Trevor, but since Trevor and Maddie (Ashley Tisdale) had a kissing scene, they decided against casting him, as Grabeel and Tisdale play siblings on the films "High School Musical." See more »

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London: [running into the lobby] Moseby! Which of the following phrases sounds the most smarticle?
Mr. Moseby: The one that doesn't use the word "smarticle".
[London tears off pages]
Maddie: London, I found something that will make you seem smart.
Mr. Moseby: Smarticle!
Maddie: Here have a chip.
[hands the chip to London]
London: Ooh, I love chocolate!
[sticks it in her mouth]
London: Ugh, this tastes terrible!
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Spoofs A Night at the Opera (1935) See more »

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Pretty Darn Good, Considering
6 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When I first saw the ad for this, I was like 'Oh here we go. He's done High School Musical, but he can't coast along on that so now he's making appearances on other Disney shows'. Personally, I love The Suite Life and I'm a big fan of Ashely Tisdale. But for some reason, I'm not too keen on Zac Efron, although all my friends think he's the best thing since Jesse McCartney. But he really annoys me. Anyway, I watched the show (taking a break from English coursework) and was pleasantly surprised. The performances were good all round, especially from the regular characters on The Suite Life, and Zac Efron wasn't as bad as I had anticipated. All in all, a pretty good show.


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