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There was a very similar episode from "The Simpsons" in Season 10 or 11 called "Bart the Mother" where Bart Simpson adopts a bird after accidentally killing its mother.
The tool box was perfectly fine when Arwin puts it on Moseby's desk, but when he grabs it while going it falls apart.
In this episode, the hawk's name is "Bubba" which is also Dylan and Cole Sprouse's dog's name in real life.
Tim's meal is steak, asparagus and a baked potato. Grace has a club sandwich.
When the hawk dives down and flies away with the ring, you notice that Tim's left hand is closed and remains closed until the end of the scene. It turns out that the bird did not take away the ring.
This is the third time the quote "I'll get you and your little ______ too" has been used. The line has been used in other episodes other than this one.
1) Hotel Inspector - Ilsa: I'll get you, and your little dog too.
2) Bowling - Ilsa: I'll get you Moseby, and your little staff too.
3) Birdman of Boston - Mr. Moseby: I'll get you, and your little hawk too.
Zack does the same evil face as he does in "Crushed"
Arwin thinks it's okay to pick a friends nose.
T.G.A.T.P.P.W.S.H.A. stands for "The Government Agency That Punishes People Who Scare Hawks Away".
Zack spends the money they made to buy a new camera, instead of a hawk foundation.
Apparently engagement rings are meant to cost 3 months salary.
Grace dumps Tim, just because the ring cost him only a month's salary.
The hawk grabbed Grace's ring when it's on her finger. It would be nearly impossible for that to happen. Especially because not many birds get that close to a human being during flight.
During the proposal, Patrick, Maddie and Mr. Moseby enter the outside dinner setting from the left but looks at London's Penthouse at the right when the restaurant is part of The Tipton.
Maddie makes 1 joke about the hawk pooing on Mr Moseby.
Patrick makes 3 jokes about the hawk pooing on Mr Moseby.
Zack is scared of the hawk, and the fact the Cody knows what a pashmina is.
The first shot of the hawk up-close is just in a nest with nothing else, but 20 seconds later, there is another shot of the hawk up-close and it has a pink pashmina without the hawk moving or anyone passing the pashmina to it.
Zack thought the hawk was an eagle.
Cody talks to plants as if he is looking after a baby.
Running Gag: Janice and Jessica always say "for the sake of, THE BABY!" every time Cody offered to do something.
(Zack and Cody walk in to London's suite and find Arwin, and Mr. Moseby there.) Cody: Hey! (Arwin and Mr. Moseby get frightened) Zack: You're here to watch London's big screen TV? 'Cause we got dibs on that!(Arwin and Moseby relax and sigh in relief)
Cody: It moved! The chick moved inside the egg! There's life in me!
Mr. Moseby: From now on, it's bye-bye birdie!
Patrick: Oh, I love that musical!
Cody: Except, she's already laid her egg here! (Arwin comes up and stares at the egg) Cody: Don't stare at it, you'll scare the egg away.
(Zack gets spooked by the mother hawk)
Cody: Relax! She's just feathering her nest with London's pink pashmina.
Zack: You know, I don't know what scares me more--that hawk, or the fact that you know what a pashmina is.
Mr. Moseby: (looking up at the bird) Oh please! It's a kite!(Zack and Cody stare as the bird leaves a stain on Mr. Moseby's suit)
Cody: A kite wouldn't do that.
Zack: A flying saucer might!
Grace: That bird flew off with my engagement ring!
Tim: That ring cost me a month's salary!
Grace: A month?!?
Carey: Ooooh. Yeah. Rule of thumb is at least 3 months salary on an engagement ring.
Tim: Three months? For a plasma TV maybe, but a ring?
Grace: That's it! The wedding is off, cheapskate! (walks out of the restaurant)
Tim: What? Honey, honey, wait! (goes after her)
Carey: And that's why.
Cody: It's coming, it's coming! (pause) The baby's here.
Zack: And he's gonna be a big star.
Cody: I don't care, as long as he has four talons on each foot, I don't care.
Zack: I am the "Save The Hawk Foundation."
Mr. Moseby: Patrick.
Patrick: Mr. Moseby, joining us for dinner? Might I suggest the duck a la splat.
(Patrick & Maddie laugh)
Mr. Moseby: Oh, you heard?
Patrick: Or the chicken bomb-ay.
(Patrick & Maddie continue laughing; Mr. Moseby glares at Patrick)
Patrick: A little bird told me. (laughs with Maddie)
Mr. Moseby: It's very funny, Patrick, yeah. Keep it up, and the next restaurant you work at you'll be wearing a paper hat!
Patrick: Okay, okay, I'm done. That last one was cheap.
Maddie: Cheep, cheep! (laughs)
Mr. Moseby: Oh, would you stop!
Maddie: (protesting outside) The Tipton hates hawks! The Tipton hates hawks! The Tipton...
Mr. Moseby: Madeline, please! Look, a zoo isn't so bad.
Maddie: Then why aren't you living in one?
Mr. Moseby: I am.
Mr. Moseby: Maddie, you cannot parade around here with that sign!
Maddie: As a citizen of these United States of America, whose proud symbol is the bald eagle, best friend to the hawk, I have a right to express myself freely.
Patrick: As do I. As maitre'd, I demand the immediate removal of that baby hawk before it presents a real danger to life, liberty, and my daily special.
Maddie: Bird hater!
Patrick: Bird hugger!
Mr. Moseby: Both of you need to calm down. I talked to the zoo, and they're willing to take the baby hawk as an honored guest.
Patrick: Oh, brilliant solution. Everyone's happy.
Maddie: I know Cody, and he'll never put his baby in a cage.
Mr. Moseby: Oh, well, maybe the zoo will also take the twins. Oh, happy day!
Cody: (To Carey) Mom, when you left, did your mother cry?
Carey: Only after I was gone.
Zack: Maddie, what do you got that's full of fat, sugared-chocolate, and peanuts?
Maddie: My Aunt Bessy?
Zack: I'd rather have a candy bar.
Carey: Okay, I brought a blanket and a hot water bottle.
Cody: No, don't you know anything about mothering?
Carey: Apparently not.
Cody: If you touch the egg, it will get the human scent on it and the mother will never come back.
Mr. Moseby: Oh, let me at it!
(Carey smacks his hand away)
Mr. Moseby: (about Arwin's invention) Now, what's the red light for?
Arwin: No, don't touch that! I put it there to look cool.
Mr. Moseby: I just got off the phone with Mr. Tipton regarding this hawk that has taken up residence in our hotel.
Arwin: You know, in high school my, uh, nickname was "The Hawk."
Mr. Moseby: Really?
Arwin: No. I did try to get that going, though. Actually, they called me "nose picker."
Mr. Moseby: Oh, Arwin...
Arwin: You pick one nostril in 2nd grade and they label you for life.
Mr. Moseby: Okay, Arwin, we don't need to...
Arwin: You know, in retrospect, maybe the problem was it wasn't my nose.
Mr. Moseby: Oh...
Arwin: I just felt so bad for her, you know. You know, you can pick your nose, you can pick your friends, but you cannot pick your friend's nose.
Mr. Moseby: Oh, Arwin, just stop!
(Arwin opens the door and sees the hawk.)
Arwin: Holy pterodactyl! (pauses and looks to Moseby) Not exactly a parakeet, is it?
Moseby: No, no, it's a pair of claws.
Mr. Moseby: That bird needs to check-out pronto!
Cody: You can't move her.
Zack: It's wrong.
Mr. Moseby: It's wrong? Ha! Look who's talking? The president and vice president of the "Do Everything Wrong Association of America"!
Cody: If you do anything to frighten or harm that bird, we'll...
Mr. Moseby: You'll what?
Cody: We'll report you to the TGATPPWSHA.
Mr. Moseby & Zack: The what?
Cody: The Government Agency That Punishes People Who Scare Hawks Away!
Zack: Oh, yeah. They play rough.
Mr. Moseby: Oh, you and I both know there's no such agency.
Cody: But there is a Mr. Tipton, and he loves things that are wild. We'll call Mr. Tipton and tell him everything!
Mr. Moseby: He has homes in 12 countries. You don't know where he is.
Zack: Madrid. It was in today's paper.
Mr. Moseby: You don't have his phone number.
Cody: It was on London's speed dial.
Mr. Moseby: You don't have the nerve.
Zack: We climbed 10 stories up a laundry chute. We got nothin' but nerve.
Mr. Moseby: Oh, I will get both of you, and your little hawk, too!
Cody: The hawk is back.
Zack: Where's it been?
Cody: I don't know. What am I supposed to do, ask her?
Zack: Why not? You talk to plants.
Cody: Oh. Carey: What's wrong? Cody: The egg, it's opening. My water broke, oh my gosh I'm giving birth! Carey: Easy, easy breath. Arwin: Ok now, push! Cody: Push what? Arwin: I don't know I saw it in a movie. Zack: This is beautiful. Arwin: I know the miracle of birth. Zack: No, I'm talking about how much money we're going to make! (Cody, Carey and Arwin stare.) Zack: For the Save the Hawk Foundation. Carey: It's coming, it's coming. (Bird breaks through) The babies here. Zack: And he's going to be a big star. Cody: I don't care, as long as he has 4 talons on each foot, I don't care.
Zack: You know, I've never seen an eagle before.
Cody: And you still haven't. This is a hawk.
Cody: (to London's plants) Ooh, and how are you today? Is that a new leaf? When mommy London gets back, she'll be so proud of you.
Zack: What are you doing?
Cody: Talking to the plants.
Zack: I'm sure they'll ignore you, just like I do.
Zack: You know, this "watering plants for people who are on vacation" thing is easy.
Cody: Easy for you. You're planted on the couch.
Mr. Moseby: Oh, what's going on?
Cody: There's something circling the hotel. I think it's a hang glider.
Zack: Get real. It's a flying saucer.
Cody: Don't be ridiculous. If it were a flying saucer, we'd all be vaporized.
The German episode title is "Cody, du hast 'nen Vogel", meaning "Cody, You Have A Bird".
Patrick loves the old-fashion musical, "Bye-Bye, Birdie."
Brenda Song (London) does not appear in this episode, which is the second episode she doesn't appear in. She also didn't appear in the episode "Have a Nice Trip".
This episode aired 3 times in Canada on Family Channel before it aired in the United States.
Cody gets kissed by Jessica and Janice again, except he wasn't sad during that time.
We find out Arwin had two nicknames "Nose Picker" and "Klutz".
Carey tells another one of her boyfriend stories.
This is the 2nd time Cody has ever really cried in the whole series:
2. Birdman of Boston (Bubba flies away)
1. Twins at the Tipton (Cody misses Irma)
Zack and Cody have a website.
It's revealed that Mr. Tipton has homes in 12 different countries.
This episode aired on a special night as a lead-up for the Pop-up version of High School Musical, since Ashley Tisdale stars in both.
This episode was filmed before "Volley Dad". You can tell because Carey had blonde hair in this episode. She had brown hair in "Volley Dad".
This episode aired in New Zealand on August 2, 2006 on The Disney Channel.
This is the 6th appearance of Janice and Jessica.
1. Twins at the Tipton
2. Ask Zack
3. Lost in Translation
4. Loosely Ballroom
5. Scary Movie
6. Birdman of Boston
This episode aired in Canada on Family Channel, on August 7, 2006.
Mr. Moseby: Starting today, it is Bye Bye Birdie!
Patrick: Oh, I loved that musical!
Patrick was obviously referring to the musical Bye Bye Birdie, which came out in 1963.
When Zack and Cody say, "way to go dude!" it is from another TV show, Full House, when Michelle says it. It's also ironic that Cole (Cody) and Dylan (Zack) signed a contract with DuelStar; the company owned by the Olsen Twins (Michelle on Full House).
Zack and Cody say "way to go dude". This is a quote from the movie "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure".
When Zack asks Cody if he can make the hawk egg do anything and Cody responds, "What do you want it to do, Stupid Egg Tricks?", this is an allusion to the popular segment, Stupid Pet Tricks on the popular late-night CBS series, The Late Show with David Letterman, and its predecessor on NBC, Late Night with David Letterman.
When Carey serenades the newly engaged couple of Tim and Grace in the Tipton restaurant, she sings the popular Christian hymn, Amazing Grace, but alters the worlds.
The original lyrics are:
"Amazing grace, how sweet the sound,
That saved a wretch like me!"
But Carey changed it to: "That saved a wretch like TIM".
When Mr. Moseby enters London's suite and says, "Alright, where is it? Where is it" referring to the hawk, his impression is an allusion to the late actor James Cagney, who was popular in the 1930s and 1940s.
When Mr. Moseby talks about getting rid of the hawk and says, "It's Bye-Bye Birdie" and Patrick replies that he loved that musical, this is an allusion to the popular play and 1963 theatrical film, Bye Bye Birdie.
Zack Quote: We climbed 10 stories up a laundry chute. We've got nothing but nerve!
This could be an allusion to the song "I've Got Nerve" by Hannah Montana.
The magazine Arwin was reading, "Newsview", is probably an allusion to magazine, "Newsweek".
Moseby: I'll get you 2 and your little hawk too!
Is an allusion to the Wicked Witch of the West in "The Wizard Of Oz", when she says, "I'll get you and your little dog too!"
The baby hawk, Bubba, is probably an allusion to Dylan and Cole Sprouse dog named Bubba
The Birdman of Boston is an allusion of the famous Birdman of Alcatraz. He was a prisoner in the all famous inescapable Alcatraz island prison of San Francisco, California. He was there for murder. He was called the birdman because he would feed the birds that came to the island.
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