16 Things That "The Suite Life Of Zack And Cody" Never Explained
Carey Martin deserved a bedroom!
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody and The Suite Life on Deck were terrific sitcoms, there's no denying that. However, many years later I still have pressing questions that were never answered.
Was the Tipton candy stand only ever open at night? And for, like, three hours?
Why did Carey, Zack and Cody's mom, have to sleep on a pull-out couch in the living room?
On that note, what hotel has a live-in lounge singer who gets to live there for free?
Were there any other teachers besides Miss Tutweiller at Seven Seas High School?
Did Zack and Cody ever have to pay for the all the damage they did to the hotel?
What ever happened to the record deal that the twins won at the end of "Band in Boston"?
What ever happened to Max?
Am I really supposed to believe that they never went back to Room 613 after finding a legit ghost?
Exactly how old is London?
Does the twins' dad ever give them any money?
Did Maddie get legitimately arrested by the FBI in "A Midsummer's Nightmare"? For spending $100 she found?
If Maddie came from a lower-middle class family, how could she afford to live next to Fenway Park?
Did the concept of cruise school in Suite Life on Deck make even a tiny bit of sense? Or did we just tell ourselves that because we wanted more twin hijinks?
Why was Cody good at woodworking in one episode, and then terrible at it in a different episode?
What was Bailey's plan when she dressed up as a boy to attend Seven Seas High School?
Why was Mr. Moseby falling overboard all the time in Suite Life on Deck?
Do you have any Suite Life questions that still need answers (or maybe you have answers for some of mine)? Comment below!
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