The Suite Life on Deck (2008–2011)
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To elaborate, the subtlety of the humor is terrific. Cole and Dylan Sprouse are wonderful actors, and they have a wide range.
Although the character London Tipton is sometimes a bit annoying, Brena Song plays her very well and makes her likable. Mr. Moseby is delightfully quirky and Phill Lewis plays him extraordinarily.
Bailey is cute and quirky as well, although sometimes her Kettlecorn stories aren't as humorous as they'd like to be. The new character Marcus is a treat and has a neat background.
The supporting characters are also splendid. Miss Tutweiller is funny and unique. Woody is very funny as well.
I recommend that episodes Mom and Dad On Deck, The Spy Who Shoved Me, and Lost At Sea.
The new characters Woody and Bailey had some very funny moments and fit right in with Zack, Cody, and London. I was afraid Zack, Cody, and London would feel like different characters because Dylan and Cole Sprouse said on Jimmy Kimmel that Disney intended on this being a completely different show. Judging by the first episode, it will be different, but the four returning characters are exactly the same which is great. Returning fans will love this. I know I did!
The dynamics between the characters is entertaining. Brenda Song is excellent and as soon as she figures out how to remove that Disney exploding neck collar and branch out, she will do well . The show is pretty funny as I did mention before I am pretty immature.
Another thing that makes the show great is that Brenda Song is hot. Not a very important production element or plot device, but important nonetheless.
The show as whole, like all Disney shows, does not entirely relate to young people. Everything is kind of clean cut and outrageous, but Disney executives rarely ever hit the mark when it comes to understanding real life situations. But that is alright, because Brenda Song is hot. That is all.
London is hilarious, Brenda Song does a great job. Dylan and Cole are hilarious and its great that Carrie isn't around this time, she's a great character but I think the boys get to expand more without her always around. Phil Lewis is hilarious as usual and the new kids they brought on are great.
They mayhem they are getting into in this new show is nothing like they've gotten into before and I am personally looking forward to seeing what more they get into!
All in all the show is very well made for KIDS and TEENS and I am pretty sure that they will enjoy watching it. If you are an adult don't complain that it is a bad show - it is not made for you! Great job Disney!
i hope to continue with that produtions because is very fun, great the dialogue can do better, but the participation of cole and Dylan sprouse is great in this, without them the series would not make any sense, but could have greater participation of some characters from the previous series as arwin, you should show more of the series about real life in a teenager without neglecting the follies which are great for Dylan and Cody.
i'm 14 this was the 2nd show i started to watch after i got sky and i watched series 1-3 and this so is so funny why not 10/10 because the special effects aren't that special.
i love this show and recommend it to any one between the ages of 10-15
The episodes were definitely much weaker than the original series in my opinion and the show as a whole was not as good, but its certainly watchable and enjoyable. There are a few irritating characters, most notably Debby Ryan's ANNOYING, LAME AND FRUSTRATING character called Bailey Pickett. Seriously, Debby Ryan replaced Ashley Tisdale's Maddie and was a horrible replacement character. She's plain annoying, bad actress and just not funny at all. Another annoying replacement, at times, is Ms Tuttweiler. Though her character is good, we all would much rather have Carey as that type of character. Estaban himself was replaced by a funny character named Kirby, but he wasn't anywhere near as great as Estaban. I was so glad that Mr Moseby was not replaced or I just wouldn't have watched the show.
The idea of twins on a sea school was not totally believable but it worked well. The acting in this show is brilliant by most, except for Debby Ryan. Another positive aspect is that there were a few double length episodes and a trilogy episode. This is what was missing from the original series, but I'd rather watch Suite Life of Zack and Cody anyday as Maddie, Estaban and Arwin were missing....
And Disney needs to stop it with the adult jokes. This is not freaking HBO!
Replacing Ashley Tisdale was a big mistake. There was no chemistry between London and Bailey. It's like Disney wanted to shove it down our throats how cool/cute/funny Bailey is. FYI, Disney, no, she's not.
Dylan and Cole, skip Disney and move on to the big screen. You can surely do better than this!
The thing that infuriates me most is the characters. Surprisingly Zach annoys me less than what I would have thought, in fact I would say he is the best character and he is only getting better (however, Dylan does get ridiculous story lines like in 'Breakup in Paris'). Cody is frustrating, he whines way too much. Still funny, but a bit extravagant if you ask me. London, while albeit funny as well, her air-headedness is taken to the extreme. She wasn't this bad in the first season of the original Zach and Cody. I also can't stand the way she makes fun of Ms. Tutwiler, her teacher. Erin, who plays Emma Tutwiler is a beautiful woman, and in no way is she ugly! How can her students get off with making fun of her? It shouldn't bother me, but it does.
As for Woody, Kirby, and Marcus – they are unnecessary characters. Zach is already a bit ditzy, and London completely daft. When you put in Woody and Kirby, it is just foolish. They add nothing to the show. We could have had great supporting characters like Esteban (not saying bring him in the show but someone like him). And Marcus, he just popped up out of nowhere and there is nothing special about him.
I like Bailey but I am tired of the excessive talk of home life back in Kettlecorn. She is a less than mediocre replacement of Maddie.
The reason for my high rating is because it is an entertaining show, stupid, but something to laugh at.
I think the characters are all unique and very likable because a lot people can relate to them. London is a bit of a ditz and Brenda plays her really well. Zack is still a prankster and Cody is very intellectual; everyone just loves them.I find woody (matthew Timon) the funniest character. Bailey is quite good too, considering its Debby Ryan's first actual professional role. Mr moseby is also a good character (i bet he's relatable to many adults with kids) The jokes and the pranks in this spin-off is hilarious, even if i've seen the episode a million times.
i truly love all the episodes from the series but my favorite one was probably "Plays the thing". I just couldn't stop laughing when they performed the play. I was really upset that the suite life on deck ended. i did cry at the finale. i hoped that they would make another season. Anyways, suite life will always be remembered.
I would recommend this to anyone in there teens+. My sisters and I certainly enjoyed it and I'm sure others will too.
Parents of the world unite and save your kids from this blight!