The Suite Life on Deck

Season 2 Episode 9

Lost at Sea, Part 2

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Oct 02, 2009 on Disney Channel
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Lost at Sea, Part 2
Zack, Cody, Bailey, Woody, and London end up on an island when their lifeboat mistakenly goes to sea.

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  • Much better than part one and it ends well which adds a lot to the quality overall.

    This episode, in contrast to part 1, starts out a little annoying and then gets better as it goes along.

    Cody and Bailey have a conflict and he's too prideful to try to work with her; it gets annoying because you want to see them together, not fighting. This does help make things work better at the end, though, when they get back together and they both apologize to each other for over reacting or being stuck up.

    Similarly, Cody and Zack are still bickering and Zack is being a real jerk to Cody for a while, which starts to get annoying to watch, making you dislike Zack. But eventually Zack realizes that Cody is really having a rough time and he steps up as a good brother for once and helps Cody out. It's one of the better parts of the series when Zack is actually being supportive.

    London is again being a nuisance and that brings down the score for this episode too. Thankfully she's not as bad as last time.

    This episode is worth re-watching in full because it has good relationship/character development and it ends in a satisfying way.moreless
  • When Woody accidentally hits a button on the ship Cody, Zack, Bailey, London, and Woody both fall overboard! They all find themselves cast onto this mysterious island where the drama takes place, and where one mans mission is to win his girl back.moreless

    I loved this episode. My second favorite episode of the entire series (after Mulch Ado about Nothing). When Woody presses the lever on the ship I was dying of laughter. Also, when London thinks that the ships lifeboat was her closet was also LOL. Another funny moment was Cody's voice(man he's really grown up since we all remember him from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.) There were some sad points in the episode unfortunately. When Bailey and Cody call it off, me and my cousin were literally balling our eyes out. But those tears of sadness turned to tears of joy when they reunite in the end. Another funny moment, Moesby and Tutweiler going through the same situation as those teens. Now this is one episode I am going to remember for a lifetime. Love The Suite Life on DEck! Keep it comming producers.moreless
Matthew Timmons

Matthew Timmons

Woody Fink

Recurring Role

Erin Cardillo

Erin Cardillo

Miss Emma Tutweiller

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Zack once again shows his camping skills, which was demonstrated when he was a scout in the The Suite Life of Zack and Cody episode "Ah, Wilderness!".

    • London screams and faints the same way she did in "Family Thais".

    • When Ms. Tutweiller and Mr. Moseby were having the feud on their boat, Ms. Tutweiller told Mr. Moseby that she formerly worked on the news station, WIMP, which spells wimp.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Zack: That's it, I'm gonna swim for it. How deep do you think it is?
      Cody: Considering we're over the Marianas trench, approximately 35,798 feet.
      Zack: So you're saying even on my tippy toes, my hair will get wet?

    • Cody: Fine, "Mr. Hero" (Zack) here will take care of the wild, Bailey will find food, and I'll start ruffing out a constitution. (everybody gives Cody a look) We may be here a while.

  • NOTES (0)


    • Gilligan's Island
      When Woody, London, Bailey, Zack and Cody are stranded on the island and trying to get off and getting rescued, it's like the '60s sitcom Gilligan's Island where seven castaways are stranded on the island and trying to get off and getting rescued.