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Parts of this episode are in the opening credits: when Carey is pretending to lock her mouth shut, and when London points at herself and says "me".
Near the end, Cody takes pictures of London and Wayne. We then see one of the pictures Cody took that Wayne put on his blog. But they never actually pulled the poses in the photo. They did something very similar but London was looking at Wayne rather than the camera.
Why on Earth would Mr. Moseby hire Millicent if she has no idea of what she has to do? You would have thought he'd show her what to do.
Mr. Mosby: Millicent, how are the sales going?
Millicent: Sales? I'm supposed to charge people for candy?
Mr.Moseby: Yes! That would explain the cash register!
Millicent: Oops, I thought it was an ATM. I guess this cash belongs to you. (Hands Mr. Moseby a wad of cash)
Zack: Brick? You're here to study too?
Brick: Yeah... I gotta get into high school already. I mean, I can't deal with those tiny toilets anymore!
Zack: Mr. Moseby, can I have a job?
Mr. Moseby: Sorry, we're not hiring hooligans.
(Doorbell in suite rings, Zack opens door)
Mark: Relax, I'm not gonna beat you up.
Zack: (sarcastically) Phew. That's a relief!
Zack: (sees Haley, a girl in his class) Hi, I'm Zack. And you are?
Haley: Shy! Painfully shy. Don't look at me! (takes a bag and puts it over her head)
(Mrs. Bird enters the summer school classroom)
Mrs. Bird: Hello class. Welcome. I am Mrs. Bird. (writes "Bird" on the chalkboard) That's Buh-Ird. Bird.
Mrs. Bird: (sarcastically) Brick, nice to see you again.
Brick: (beaming) Laura.
Mrs. Bird: (about "summer's day") Who do you think that Shakespeare was addressing?
Brick: (to Carey) Hey, ya got a date for the prom?
Carey: (uneasily) Oh shucks, if only you'd asked me sooner.
Zack: Why is it so hot in here
Carey: Because it's Summer school, which you have to go to for failing the eighth grade.
Zack: Just English class. Besides, plenty of our greatest leaders failed the eighth grade.
Carey: Like who?
Zack: There was that Abe guy, with the beard and tall hat. He lived in Gettysburg and died at the movies.
Carey: And, yet, you passed History.
Mrs. Bird: Zack, I don't understand. You were doing so well. What got into you?
Zack: My underwear! And I didn't want it to happen again.
Carey: (Enters the classroom) Hey Zack, let's go!
Mrs. Bird: He's not going anywhere. Zachary has detention.
Carey: Detention?!? Great, now I'm stuck here, too! (Sits at a desk) Listen, young man, you had better not fail out of summer school. You're runnin' out of seasons. If you think that I am going...
Mrs. Bird: SHHH!!! No talking! (Carey makes a zipper motion to her lips)
Zack: Word, Bird. Hey, I'm a poet and I didn't know it. I can make a rhyme anytime.
Mrs. Bird: Me, too. Did I mention you have detention?
Mr. Moseby: You've just set up a date, which is not a date someone thinks is a date, and the other person thinks is an interview. I mean, what could possibly go wrong?
Cody: You're right. Maybe I should be there disguised as a plant.
Mr. Moseby: (sarcastically) Yeah, that'll fix it.
Mrs. Bird: Mark, you circled A, B, C and D for every question.
Mark: It's hard to pick one letter.
Mrs. Bird: Not for me. F!
Mrs. Bird: Since this is summer school, I thought we would start with some thematic poetry about summer.
(class looks around, confused)
Mrs. Bird: Oops, sorry. I mean, some rhymy words about the hot time.
Mr. Moseby: Millicent, how are the candy sales this morning? Millicent: Sales? I'm supposed to charge people for candy? (whimpers) Mr. Moseby: Yes, that would explain the cash register! Millicent: Oops! I thought it was an ATM! I guess this cash belongs to you. (gives Mr. Moseby a wad of cash)
Cody: Hey London. Do you think you can do me a itsy bitsy favor?
Cody: You have no idea what I was going to even say.
London: You were going to say there's this guy who's obsessed with me because I'm the most amazing person in the world and he just has to have a date with me.
Cody: (studders and hesitates) Th-th-that's not what I was going to say a-a-at all. (smiles nervously)
Maddie is mentioned but not seen.
The episode marks the first appearance of Millicent, Maddie's replacement for the candy counter while she is at camp.
This is the only episode we see Zack in summer school. After this episode, he starts working with Cody at the supermarket.
This episode aired in Canada on Family Channel on August 12, 2007.
This is the second episode Tyler Steelman has appeared in. When he appeared in the episode "Club Twin" he was referred as the character Guy. However, in this episode he plays the role of Mark.
This is the second time Zack is bullied. The first time was in the episode "Neither a Borrower Nor a Speller Bee".
In this episode, Dylan and Cole Sprouse have no scenes together and marks the first time they do not appear on screen together.
This is the second episode to not have Ashley Tisdale in it. The first episode was "Ballroom Dancing". Ashley was mostly likely not in this episode due to the filming production of her new movie High School Musical 2.
This is the first episode of season 3 to be produced.
When London enters the Tipton, she is holding a magazine that reads Chic Trends. This is referring to another magazine Teen Trends.
When Wayne says, "The savings are coming! The savings are coming!" This is a spoof of what Paul Revere said before the Revolutionary War: "The British are coming! The British are coming!"
Wayne says "From Love to Love London". This is a reference to the saying "From Sea to Shiny Sea".
The title of this episode is an allusion to the famous book Winter of our Discontent by John Steinbeck. The title of Steinbeck's book is a quotation from Shakespeare's Richard III: "Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this sun of York".
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