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|London and "Zacko the Clown"|
|Guest Stars:||Erin Cardillo as Emma Tutweiller|
Matthew Timmons as Woody Fink
Rachael Bell as Addison
|Absent:||Phill Lewis as Mr. Moseby|
"Marriage 101" is the 21st episode of the second season of The Suite Life on Deck.
A new assignment involves the students at Seven Seas High to simulate marriage. Miss. Tutweiller asks everyone to pair up as a married couple and their first task is to have their honeymoon and get their jobs. The married couples end up being Cody and Bailey, Zack and London, and Woody and Addison, who have Marcus as their child.
On the first day, Zack and London go shopping for some new clothes for him. Woody and Addison don't have Marcus yet as a child as he was absent for the first day of the project. On the second day, Marcus is assigned as the child of Woody and Addison, Zack ends up with a new job (to London's dismay), and Cody is given an injury, causing him to become a jerk to Bailey by bossing her around.
After their first task, Miss. Tutweiller has them do a "Couples Challenge", a quick game show that tests the spouses' knowledge about each other. Nobody ends up winning due to their lack of capability in their relationship and it ends with a pillow fight. This causes Cody and Bailey to "divorce", though Cody apologizes after Miss. Tutweiller convinces Bailey that he's worth a second chance.
- The fact that Zack receives Sanitation Engineer as a job may be a reference to "Aptitude", where Cody fills out an aptitude test and receives the same job.
- The Couples Challenge is a parody of "The Newlywed Game", an former game show where newly married couples competed for prizes based on how well they knew their spouse.
- When Bailey picks out her job, she obtains the job of a hand model, and in her own show, Jessie, she receives the same job on the show. Coincidentally, Matthew Timmons, who plays Woody, guest starred on the show's same episode.
- London mentions that her father married eight times, but she was holding up six fingers at that time, a typical joke that London can't count. But as of "Ala-Ka-Scram!", Mr. Tipton has married fourteen times.
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