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

(TV Series)

(2010)

Trivia

Beginning with this episode, the opening theme is reworked with a few different clips and Doc Shaw removed since he's no longer in this series.
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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).
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Sean Kingston performs the song "Dumb Love" at the end of the show, with the cast lip-syncing along. The beat of the song is sampled from "Come Go With Me", a 1956 hit by The Del-Vikings.
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The views of the ship in harbor (Belgium) are identical to the views of Lichtenstamp in The Suite Life on Deck: Maddie on Deck (2009).
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