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The Suite Life of Zack and Cody: Lip Synchin' in the Rain

Maddie teams up with classmate Antonio and auditions for the role of Sharpay and Ryan Evans in their school's stage production of "High School Musical". Cody and Antonio land the roles they're hoping for, while Maddie loses the role of Sharpay to London, who proves that performing is not one of her strengths.

Episode Info
Episode number: 3x9
Production Number: S03E18
Airdate: Sunday August 12th, 2007
Special Airtime: 08:00 pm



Guest Stars
Adam TaitAdam Tait
As Mr. Tipton
Recurring
Emily MorrisEmily Morris
As Kelsi
Recurring
Mark IndelicatoMark Indelicato
As Antonio
Episode Notes
In the movie "High School Musical", Ashley Tisdale really does play the role of Sharpay.

The director says to Maddie that "We're All In This Together", which is one of the songs in "High School Musical."

Maddie says "Push It To The Limit" in this episode. That is a song by Corbin Bleu, Ashley Tisdale's (Maddie) co-star In High School Musical, and High School Musical 2.

Maddie says in this episode, "...and I don't look like Ashley Tisdale?" Ashley Tisdale is the girl who plays Maddie Flitzpatrick in real life. So, she is referring to herself.



Episode Goofs
When London and Maddie are doing "Bop to the Top", Maddie yells at London to sing, and London says she doesn't wanna make a fool of herself in front of her daddy, however the lines are portrayed like they were never picked up by their stage mics, but normally wouldn't if something was said like that wouldn't it be picked up by them.



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