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Goof: When Sanjei says "I want you to be scheduling more time for fun" and walks towards the twins, a boom mic is visible at the top of the screen.
There are some clips in the opening credits that do not appear in any episode, where Zack and Cody jump on the luggage cart and Cody falls off, where Cody is in a suit and cheering, where London is giving Mr. Moseby some bags while Zack and Cody run past with their arms waving, and when Carey is in a black dress with her arms out.
If you go to the interview in the bonus features of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody: Taking Over the Tipton DVD, you could see that this episode, along with Smart and Smarterer and Commercial Breaks, were originally going to be put on the DVD, but got replaced by Odd Couples, Kisses and Basketball, and French 101 instead.
Sanjei refers to Zack and Cody's handshake as an odd jesture.
When Cody is sitting down on the throne and people don't know it's him, the people in the backround change in different shots without any movement.
When Delilah takes Sanjei away to the back, Zack stops and starts talking to the girls, but you can still see Delilah's feet in the space below beside Zack, and you can still see Delilah's feet when they go to commercials.
One of the girls that Zack is trying to "charm" is different than when they sit down.
In Mr. Moseby's attempt to plug the Tipton, he starts to state the number 1-800-555-xxxx (he doesn't get to finish it). However in Commercial Breaks, we see the number as 1-800-654-2192.
When Zack comes out of the elevator and tries to ask Mr. Moseby a quick question, the elevator doors can be seen starting to close. But when the camera goes back to Zack, the elevator doors are still open.
When Carey is singing: "When you stay at the Tipton, the goods times they never stop.", you can see the luggage cart in the background with Zack and Cody. Even though it is slight, if you look closely you can see that Zack and Cody are in the same clothes they were when they entered the commercial, but when they do a close up of them, they are in the gold suits.
At the beginning of the episode when Mr. Moseby said that they are holding a commercial for employees. Zack and Cody aren't employees, so why are they in the commercial?
When Herman is watching Maddie's act, he stops her because he says he hates spotlights. In the actual final commercial, a spotlight is featured.
While singing the song for the commercial, Zack hits Cody in the face with the towel, and then Cody laughs instead of singing. Also, after they throw the towels up in the air the boys are doing their dance routine while they are supposed to be singing, but their mouths never move to the song.
When Zack and Cody are dancing, at first they don't have shoes on. When they do the kick-line later, their shoes are on.
If you go to the interview in the bonus features of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody: Taking Over the Tipton DVD, you could see that this episode, along with Smart and Smarterer and Boston Holiday, were originally going to be put on the DVD, but got replaced by Odd Couples, Kisses and Basketball, and French 101 instead.
Patrick isn't wearing his glasses in this episode, compared to the other episodes he is in.
In the version of the commercial with Carey, Zack and Cody, you can see Mr. Moseby's broken leg at the end of the commercial. This could imply that the hotel could be quite dangerous.
Running Gag: People (ie. Zack, Cody, Maddie, Mr. Moseby, etc.) thanking Mr. Tipton by thanking the camera, which he is using to watch all the events.
During the first take of Mr. Moseby's commerical, he picks up Maddie and cartwheels her, you can briefly see her undershorts.
When Arwin is sweeping with the broom, the camera is far away and his legs are jumping a bit, then when it goes to a close up, it looks like he is walking normally.
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