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"The Suite Life on Deck" Party On! (2010)

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The Suite Life on Deck: Season 3: Episode 8 -- Singer Sean Kingston comes aboard the boat and falls for London.


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Jeff Hodsden (written by)
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Original Air Date:
10 September 2010 (Season 3, Episode 8)
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Episode Crew
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jeff Hodsden  written by
Tim Pollock  written by

Produced by
Walter Barnett .... producer
Makeup Department
Curran Crockett .... hair stylist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gary Stella .... second second assistant director
Art Department
James Hardy .... leadman
Kelly Hogan .... assistant art director (as Kelly A. Hogan)
Charles S. Serrano .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Shane Bruce .... foley artist
Adam De Coster .... foley artist
Ed Fassl .... supervising sound editor
Lyndsey Schenk .... foley mixer
Joshua E. Schneider .... sound re-recording mixer
T.C. Spriggs .... sound effects editor
Ray Siegle .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Dean Hendler .... still photographer
Tracy Howe .... key grip
Casting Department
Melanie Crescenz .... casting assistant
Jeffrey M. Paal .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Scott Bradbury .... on-line editor
Richard Garibaldi .... final colorist
Andrew Rinehart .... international editorial team
Music Department
Charles Rangel .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Robert A. Bowen .... technical director
Priscilla Cordoba .... assistant production coordinator
Hope Diamond .... vp of publicity
Michael Gillespie .... production assistant (as Mike Gillespie)
Phillip Van Wagoner .... production coordinator
Laura Torrance .... studio teacher (uncredited)

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Pamela Eells  creator
Jim Geoghan  creator
Danny Kallis  creator

Makeup Department
Doreen F. Schultz .... hair department head (2008)
Art Department
Cija Johnson .... scenic foreman (2008)
Sound Department
Ken Gladden .... sound editor (2008)
Visual Effects by
Amit Dhawal .... visual effects supervisor (2008)
Miles Reetz .... digital compositor (2008)
Rocky Capella .... stunt performer (2008)
Christopher Doyle .... stunt coordinator (2008)
Jasi Cotton Lanier .... stunt double (2008)
Tracy Anne Moore .... stunt double (2008)
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Additional Details

23 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

After Zack sets up the sports-themed party, large blue banners are shown hanging all around the Sky Deck through the remainder of the episode. These are "Hall of Fame" lists for the various sports performed on the deck: ping pong, limbo, shuffleboard, bingo, and more. The names on these lists are the last names of various crew members. In alphabetical order, the names includes, but are not limited to: Barnett (Walter Barnett - producer & unit production manager), Correll (Rich Correll - director [not of this episode] or his wife Beth Correll - first assistant director), Dunn (Jerry Dunn - production designer), Lapidus (Adam I. Lapidus - co-executive producer), McGaughey (Karin L. McGaughey - set decorator), Pollock (Tim Pollock - writer or Brandi Brice Pollock - casting director), Quine (Jeny Quine - co-executive producer), Sackett (Frank Sackett - associate producer), Sandefur (Kelly Sandefur - co-producer), Scully (Corrie Scully - associate producer), Signer (Dan Signer - co-executive producer), and Wagoner (Phillip Van Wagoner - production coordinator).See more »
Crew or equipment visible: After Sebastian falls over Woody, Woody stands up holding the metal bowl. At this time you can see a row of set lights reflected in the bowl.See more »
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Great sitcom moments!, 11 September 2010
Author: Resi-Novak from United States

I've been a fan of the "Suite Life" series since it began and its brought so many great laughs. Its a series that feels original and creative. Kids loves it, teens love it and their parents can enjoy just as well.

With that said, this particular episode stands out as a sitcom classic. That of which deserves to stand up with the best from yesterday's, Home Improvement, Fresh Prince & even Rosanne. This episode takes a classic act and puts a modern day twist on it without compromising the integrity of the premise of the show. There are many great jokes that surprisingly cross the board. And they use their guest star, Sean Kingston, perfectly.

See this review? See this show? See this episode coming up soon? Put it on your DVR schedule, whether you are a tween or a grown adult in need of a nostalgic sitcom moment, you will be highly entertained.

you're welcome for such a great review of a Disney show ;)

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