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Bermuda Triangle
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Season: 2
Episode: 11 (season)
32 (series)
Production Code: 211
Guest Stars: Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
Writer: Adam Lapidus, Jeny Quine
Director: Phill Lewis
Originally Aired: November 13, 2009
Previous:
"Crossing Jordin"
Next:
"The Beauty and the Fleeced"

"Bermuda Triangle" is the 11th episode of the second season of The Suite Life on Deck.

Story

Zack and Cody receive a $200 check from their parents for their 16th birthday, but have an argument about how to spend it and end up ripping in in half. Following this, Zack wishes he was an only child and Cody wishes for the same, saying that nothing would make him happier. Once the ship enters the Bermuda Triangle, their wish comes true; the twins were split up at birth, with Zack growing up with just their mom and Cody growing up with just their dad.

Zack grew to be a nerdy boy, more than Cody ever was. He keeps giving speeches when making drinks for his friends, has a major crush on Bailey that is reflected on the real heart - shaped cookies he bakes, and has no sense of fun at all. Likewise, Cody grew with Zack's personality pushed to the extreme; as he is rude, crude, nasty, obnoxious, sexist and very inconsiderate.

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Trivia

  • This is the first episode of the series that Phill Lewis both directs and appears in.
  • The Z-Box 800 is a parody of the Xbox 360.

Goofs

  • In the alternate universe, it seems illogical for Zack to still work at the juice bar, since the initial reason that he started working there was to pay off his maxed out student card—which he likely would not have done, given his responsible personality.
  • Woody's line "I was the youngest of nine" was incorrect, because in "Mulch Ado About Nothing" he says, "This was meant to go to my little sister!"
  • This episode shows that London doesn't believe in aliens, but instead thinks of them as "elves that uneducated people mistake from beings from outer space," but in the episode Boston Holiday, London and Maddie try to track down aliens after finding a UFO.
    • And even if you think it's been a while since that episode, and she could've changed her thoughts in between, that still doesn't explain how in the very next episode, Beauty and the Fleeced, London seemed to regain her belief by talking about aliens being ugly.
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