Seven Seas News

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (7)

  • Miss Tutweiller: London, you'll be a meteorologist. London: You mean I'll have to hurtle towards the Earth at thousands of miles per hour? Miss Tutweiller: Well, you don't have to, but I'd appreciate it.

  • Bailey: Unless you're a tuna fish? Zack: That's my catch phrase, come up with your own. Bailey: You're an idiot. Zack: Sorry, that's Cody's catch phrase.

  • London: Eww, Ms. Tutweiller, your pants are all wrinkly. (The gang gasped. Bailey whispered to London explaining the situation) London: Those are her legs?

  • Ms. Tutweiller: Whistle. Whistle. Whistle. (The gang paused to stare at Ms. Tutweiller) Woody: What are you doing? Ms. Tutweiller: Well, I was trying to get your attention, but I don't have a whistle!

  • Ms. Tutweiller: Now does anyone have any questions? (London was the first to raise her hand) London: Why didn't you look in the mirror before you went on TV? Ms. Tutweiller: Any questions that won't hurt my feelings?

  • (After watching Ms. Tutweiller's old weather girl clips) Zack: I never thought I'd say this, but can we turn the TV off and go back to studying?

  • Zack: Good evening, I'm Zack Martin. Bailey: And I'm... Zack: (interrupts) No time for that!

Notes (2)

  • Doc Shaw and Phill Lewis don't appear in this episode.

  • In this episode, it is the first time you see Miss Tutweiller in a swimming costume, in the hot tub. Also you find out that Miss Tutweiller has to teach six classes.

Trivia (3)

  • Along with her closet in her room, London has a shoe submarine, a clothing blimp, and a purse barge.

  • Miss Tutweiller said on 'Lost at Sea' to Mr. Moseby that she worked on a weather show called W.I.M.P and at the start of this episode, you see Miss Tutweiller on the weather show.

  • Running Gag: Bailey failing to say her introduction as co-anchor on the Seven Seas News due to Zack.

Allusions (1)

  • Kirby: Pay no attention to the security guard behind the curtain.

    Refers to the Wizard saying, “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain" in The Wizard Of Oz.