The Suite Life on Deck

Season 3 Episode 15

A London Carol

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Dec 03, 2010 on Disney Channel

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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  • Christmas Review #55

    London's magic mirror takes her to a Christmas past, present and future, and realizes something which may change her forever. I thought that this was a superb Christmas episode of "The Suite Life on Deck". It was a pretty good Christmas Carol-type episode. People in the future that see a title say "A London Carol"... they totally know that it will be a Christmas Carol-type episode. The only thing that make my score a little low was London's selfishness and just thinking about buying presents for herself. The mirror showing London about what's happening in her past, present, and future was very good. The past going back to the Tipton hotel was very cool. This Christmas episode also had some fun humor to get a nice laugh at. The saddest scene in this episode was probably when Future London said "I have nobody" and then cries... that part even made tear a little. The emotion in that scene was super impressive. London giving everyone their presents was very nice and good to see her think about others. Overall, a superb Christmas episode of "The Suite Life On Deck". 9/10
  • The Episode was a Great Episode i actually felt bad for her


    A London Carol was a Great Episode we got to see London finally Be shown her Bad Ways when She was a Child until now They also had Cody and Bailey Old and Married which i thought they should of had them Get Married like in a Future Episode but thats Over now

  • great

    london is taken to the past, present, and future so she can see the error of her ways and see how if she does not change, she will be very lonely. will this work?

    good episode. the part where old london says "I have nobody" is such a sad scene. That's probably the saddest thing in this show, combined with the original. good acting in that scene. such a simple line but such a big impact. the rest of the episode was pretty good too, so my overall grade for this is somewhere in the "B" range, i think is fair