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The Suite Life on Deck

Season 2 Episode 13

The Beauty and the Fleeced

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Nov 20, 2009 on Disney Channel
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Zack creates a fake beauty pageant to meet girls. London and Bailey fall for it and compete for the title of 'Miss Tipton'.

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  • Zack, Woody, and Marcus set up a fake beauty pageant to look at pretty girls. Trouble?...

    7.5
    This episode was pretty good, though it did have everything I was paranoid it would have. I've seen these kind of stories involving beauty pageants and girls getting competitive to prove whose best or the prettiest. You can always expect the same thing. And with a character like London, you can expect trouble. I'm glad however, that Bailey wound up in the contest in order to prove to London that even an average girl can have their moment to shine (she's finally sticking up for herself). Of coarse, Cody always has to be the cocky one, who thinks knows stuff better than Bailey, even when it comes to beauty (after all, he was in a pageant himself once). In the end, Bailey proved something of herself just by being herself. (she's a pretty good singer, apparently) At least it went off without a jealous London trying to blow up the ship (thanks to Moesby), and Zack, Woody, and Marcus getting what they deserved for manipulating women.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • At the end of the pageant, London is upset about losing and shops with an audience full of people. The camera points to Mr. Moseby for a comment and the camera points back to London which shows the audience empty.

    • According to the sashes the boys wear in the tag scene, Marcus is from Atlanta, Georgia, Zack is from Boston, Massachusetts, and Woody is from Cleveland, Ohio.

    • This episode has a note back to The Suite Life of Zack and Cody season 1 episode, "The Fairest of Them All." It begins with Cody telling Bailey that he was in a beauty pageant, but not one for men.

    • Mr. Moseby wears size 38 short.

  • QUOTES (6)

    • (Bailey has just won the pageant, London orders the plane to drop clothes)
      Mr. Moseby: Really, London?
      London: I shop when I'm depressed!

    • Bailey: (singing) I was born on a farm where my mom milked the cattle. A jug full'a corn was my first baby rattle. I could ride a tractor before I could ride a bike. My very first date took me to the theater. That boy's biggest dream was to grow the best tater [potato]. But I wanted to be much more than a farm hands wife. So I packed up my bag and I headed for the water. They all waved 'goodbye' to their little farmers daughter. I was settin' sail for the best time of my life. Now I'm pickin' apples at the Sistine chapel. Bailin' hay on the Champs-Elysées. I'm a country girl in every country of the world. Now I'm shuckin' corn where Shakespeare was born. And I'm eatin' grits at the great pyramids. I'm a country girl in every country of the world. I'm just a country girl in every country of the world.

    • Cody: Yikes! First the Penguin, now the Joker, someone should call Batman.

    • (Bailey has just won the beauty pageant and London is angry)
      London: This is an outrage! (speaks to some men on the plane by cell phone) Boys, arm the bombs.
      (Mr. Moseby is panicked and quickly grabs the phone)
      Mr. Moseby: (into cell phone) Delay that order!

    • Bailey: Pageants are about more than beauty. You can win scholarships. Plus, they judge you on talent, poise, personality--
      Cody: Oh, I know. I've been in a beauty pageant before.
      Bailey: You mean, like for men?
      Cody: Ye-no.
      (Bailey gets a weirded out look on her face)
      Cody: Don't judge me. When I met you, you were a dude.

    • Mr. Moseby: Okay, London, if you could have any historical figure for dinner, who would it be and why?
      London: Good question, but I would not have anyone for dinner, because I feel that eating people is wrong. Even if they are historical and already dead, it just seems gross.
      Mr. Moseby: Okay, that's not exactly the answer we were looking for--
      London: Oh, fine! (thinks for a moment) Santa Claus! I bet he tastes like candy canes and pudding!

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