Maddie and London both try out for the role of Sharpay in their schools production of High School Musical.

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Maddie and London both try out for the role of Sharpay in their schools production of High School Musical.

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12 August 2007 (USA)  »

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This episode was confirmed to be the 18th episode of Season 3, but was changed at the last minute to promote High School Musical 2 (2007). See more »

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Mr. Blaine: [to Cody] You know you even look kind of like Zac Efron?
Maddie Fizpatrick: And I don't look like Ashley Tisdale? You people are all crazy!
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Performed by Mark Indelicato
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The Best Episode Of "The Suite Life"
13 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When I first heard there was going to be a episode like this, I thought to myself, "Oh God. There Out of ideas." But then I heard Mark Indelicato was guest starring. He is in the TV show "Ugly Betty" and I've seen Ugly Betty a lot, almost all the episodes. I thought again, "Wow. This may be good." Mark has an amazing singing voice, however, he doesn't really use it a lot, or what I mean by that is you can't hear it due to London.

In this episode, Maddie and London's school (and now Zack and Cody's school because they are in High School) are putting on a production of High School Musical. Maddie decides to try out for the role of Sharpay. However, London steps in and decides to do the same. Cody decides to try out for Troy, and Antonio (Indelicato) goes for Ryan.

The singing, dancing, laughs, excellent. This was an amazing episode. Don't miss it.


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