When Addison is talking about how many children she'd like, she says "Maybe they could join a boy band". But the word she wrote on the card is "form", not "join".
Cody and Bailey spin the Wheel of Life and it lands on "Injury", with the selector landing between the two left-most pegs. When the shot changes, the selector is between two pegs much further to the right.
Cody and Bailey speak Japanese.
Goof: London states that her father has been married 8 times. But in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody episode "Mr. Tipton Comes To Visit", she mentions how German Chocolate was the flavor of all 12 of her dads wedding cakes, stating that her dad has been married at least 12 times. It is also likely he would have been married again sometime after that.
London said that her daddy has had eight marriages, despite London only showing six fingers. In the episode "Ala-Ka-Scram," she told Mr. Moseby that her daddy is about to be married for the fourteenth time.
Ms. Tutweiller had various interesting segments in her class on Marriage as part of Social Studies: Students get to pick their career, Spin the Wheel of Life and a Couples Challenge.
Cody - Astronomer
Bailey - Hand Model
Addison - Teacher
Woody - Hot Dog Vendor
Zack - Sanitation Engineer / Zacko the Clown
London - Brain Surgeon (but it made Ms. Tutweiller nervous and she changed it) Housewife
Marcus: What did I miss in class?
Ms. Tutweiller: Everyone got married.
Marcus: Gee, you miss ONE class!
Miss Tutweiller: The next person who throws a pillow will get an F for the whole semester!
London: Huh, what have I got to lose?
(aims for Bailey, but hits Miss Tutweiller)
Cody: If I really broke my leg, I would crawl to the other side of the world just to make you happy.
(Bailey and Cody hug)
Bailey: These flowers are beautiful! (smells the flower and water shoots out of it)
(Zack as a clown starts laughing, Cody and Bailey chase Zack)
Ms. Tutweiller: (teaching class) For this assignment, you will each need a partner...
Zack, London and Woody: (all rushing over to Cody's desk) I call Cody!
Ms. Tutwieller: ...And will be married to that partner.
Zack, London and Woody: Ew! (all go back to their desks)
Cody: What? Nobody wants to marry me?
Ms. Tutweiller: Believe me, you get used to it.
Addison: You go sister, kick him to the curb! Who needs husbands?! (whacks Woody with the pillow)
Marcus: (on finding out Woody would like zero kids) Well, I love you too, Dad!
Ms. Tutweiller: (to London) Spouse means the person you're married to, not a cross between a spider and a mouse.
Addison: And my little Marcus is already reading!
Woody: He's 16!
London: Still, that's impressive.
Marcus: Well, I can also tie my own shoes.
Addison: We have a baby?!
Woody: How did this happen?
Ms. Tutweiller: Sorry, that's a different class.
Zack: You go, honey! Big money, big money!
Addison: Teacher? Ugh, who can live off off that tiny salary?
Ms. Tutweiller: 9:07 and I'm even sadder.
London: OH! You sit in one of these chairs while we bore YOU to death?
Cody: What, no one wants to marry me?
Ms. Tutweiller: Ha. You get used to it.
This is the second time 101 has been in the title for a "Suite Life" series episode. It was first used on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody's "French 101".
A sanitation engineer is mentioned for the second time in a Suite Life series. It was first mentioned in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody episode "Aptitude".
Mr. Moseby (Phill Lewis) does not appear in this episode.
This is the first time Miss Tutweiller wants to help in their real life.
Cody's Japanese has improved since "Lost In Translation" episode on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
Saved By The Bell did an episode similar to this one called "The Mama's and the Papa's" in which the gang is all signed to a marriage project, but discovers that it's no fairy tale.
The couples challenge is a parody of The Newlywed Game. In the Game, the partners are asked questions separately while the other waits in a room. When they come back out, they are asked the same question, and if they both get it right, they get points.
The Wheel of Life is a parody of the Wheel of Fortune. When London spins the wheel, Zack tells her, "Big money, big money" which is what the contestants say during the actual Wheel of Fortune game show.
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