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Mr. Moseby, Carey, Zack, and Cody appeared in all 87 episodes, London appeared in 85 (missed two in season 2; "Have a Nice Trip" and "Birdman of Boston") and Maddie appeared in 75 (missed one in season 2; "Loosely Ballroom", and 11 in season 3; "Summer Of Our Discontent", "Baggage", "Sleepover Suite", "The Arwin That Came To Dinner", "First Day of High School", "Of Clocks And Contracts", "Arwinstein", "Orchestra", "A Tale Of Two Houses", "Tiptonline", and "Benchwarmers").
London mentions that her father has been married 12 times. We know that London has had 5 step moms plus her real mom (equals 6) so Mr. Tipton was married 6 times before he married London's real mom (unless he divorced the one we met and remarried).
As with the two previous seasons there is a clip in the credits that does not actually appear in any episode. It is the one where Carey is singing in the red dress.
Mr. Moseby said London never worked but she has in a couple of previous episodes.
The vase that sat on the table in the middle of the hotel lobby that has been knocked off the table and saved from breaking throughout the series, finally falls and breaks in this episode.
We learn that Muriel retired two years ago, hence the reason for her disappearance from the series. Her hair is colored white, instead of red in this episode.
First and last appearance of Estelle Harris (Muriel) since season 1.
In this episode, clips from 1.01, 1.05, 1.10, 1.12, 1.14, 1.23, 1.25, 2.03, 2.04, 2.08, 2.13, 2.14, 2.18, 2.23, 2.38, and 3.05 were used in the flashbacks. Episode 3.05, "Who's the Boss?", was the only season 3 episode used in the flashbacks.
Zack and Cody have an aunt named Martha.
When Mrs. Klotz says to Carey "Didn't bother me when my four ex-husbands said it, doesn't bother me when you say it", this refers to the episode "Commercial Breaks", where Herman the director said to Esteban "Didn't bother me when I mother said it, doesn't bother me when you say it".
This episode was shown on Monday October 6, 2008 on Disney Channel Australia as part of the lead up to the new spin off show "The Suite Life on Deck".
Nicole Sullivan (Ms. Klotz) does voice work as Shego from Kim Possible on Disney Channel, possibly implying that her character's personality for this episode was conceived from that of Shego.
Nicole Sullivan is the second Mad-TV alum to appear on the series. Her Mad-TV co-star, Mary Scheer, appeared as Zack's summer school teacher in "Summer of our Discontent."
This isn't the first time that Zack and Cody sing. The first being Band in Boston, Commercial Breaks and That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana.
This episode was pulled from Disney Channel after Chris Brown's assault charges for beating up pop star Rihanna.
When Carey leaves the house, she takes the house phone. However, when Zack is taunting Cody about leaving the room, the house phone is in the room.
In this episode, London is wearing the same dress Maddie wanted in "Lost In Translation".
When London is in her suite, her dress is green. When she's in the hall with Zack and Cody, her dress is yellow.
When Kiely gets excited after seeing Chris Brown, she gets her hands stuck in her hair and her left earring falls off. However, afterwards, her earring is back on again.
Second time a suite number was mentioned in the title. First was "Ghost in Suite 613"
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