The Suite Life on Deck

Season 2 Episode 1

The Spy Who Shoved Me

Aired Friday 8:00 PM Aug 07, 2009 on Disney Channel
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Episode Summary

A microchip with secret information on it goes missing and the twins help a spy recover it.

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  • Disappointing, but a good episode.

    I was expecting a lot more from this. I'm not saying it was bad, because there are some hilarious parts, including the goon bit, and the bit with "Gibber". However overall, it's nowhere as good as the previous season. Maybe it's just one of the more boring episodes, like When In Rome and It's All Greek To Me from the previous season. But once I watch the rest of this season I can measure properly. It was overall a bit too far-fetched, and the nouget randomess was not needed. However, London was finally funny again, and so were the twins.

    But I don't like the relationship between Cody and Bailey...the whole show she should've never found out, slightly ruined it. And I hear some new character is coming into it...I'll see how that goes.



Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (4)

    • When Bailey calls the message "gibberish", London thinks it is a language. In the Suite Life of Zack and Cody episode "Forever Plaid", Mary Margaret calls the music that London and Maddie sing "gibberish", which Corrie also thinks is a language.

    • This is the second time London is hypnotized in the series. The first is in "Shipnotized."

    • Zack says Cody doesn't take showers because he's afraid he's going to fall, but in the original Suite Life series, Cody has taken a shower in at least one episode.

    • When Mr. Moseby (and London) say "nougat" to people, and they start laughing, this is from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody episode "The Suite Life Goes Hollywood: Part 1 of 2" when the writer of the new shows asks Mr. Moseby what the "funniest thing that happened in the hotel" was. Mr. Moseby said that they ran out of pillow mints, and he replied that they used nougat.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Cody: Bailey!
      Bailey: (angrily) I'm not talking to you.
      Cody: Okay, you don't have to talk to me, just hide this microchip.
      Bailey: (holds and looks at his arm) W-What are these marks?
      Cody: Rope burns. I was tied up by the bad guy with rope that had harsh cotton fibers.
      Bailey: You mean that stupid spy story was real?
      Cody: Yes, that's what I've been trying to tell you.
      Bailey: Oh, Cody, I'm so sorry for not trusting you. (hugs him)
      Cody: It's okay, Bailey. Take this microchip back to your cabin and hide it, and for your own safety, promise me you won't look.
      Bailey: I promise. And, Cody?
      Cody: Yes!
      Bailey: You're my hero. (moves towards him to kiss him)
      Zack: Nope! (pulls Cody away from Bailey before she kisses him)

    • Cody: Bailey, I can't believe you broke your promise and looked at that microchip! How can I trust you again?
      (Bailey kisses him on the lips)
      Cody: All is forgiven.

    • Bailey: Dear Buley, I fumugca kinka bubba doeba doc.
      London: What is that, Swedish?
      Bailey: No, it's gibberish!
      London: Ooh! I've never been to gibber! Is it nice?
      Bailey: Yes, the clouds are made of cotton candy and the plants are made of bubble gum!
      London: Ooh! Can the boats dock there?
      Bailey: Yours will.

    • Cody: We kids have appropriated the phrase goon as in "What up, goon?" and "That car is totally gooned out."

  • NOTES (1)


    • Goldfinger
      The contact, Red Finger, is an allusion to one of James Bond's enemies, Goldfinger.

    • Inspector Gadget
      When Zack and Cody got the message and were told "This message will self-destruct". This is similar to the 1983 animated series Inspector Gadget, where every message that Inspector Gadget received from Chief Quimby said "This message will self-destruct" and throws it back to Chief Quimby and explodes.

    • The Spy Who Shoved Me
      The title of this episode references to the title of one of the James Bonds films The Spy Who Loved Me, and also is the name of the Austin Powers movie The Spy Who Shagged Me.