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The series was taped in front of a live studio audience, though a laugh track is used for some scenes.
The series is the second spin-off of a Disney Channel series (after the short-lived That's So Raven spinoff Cory in the House); as well as the last Disney Channel series to debut broadcasting exclusively in standard definition, and the first of three Disney Channel shows to transition from standard definition to high definition, which occurred on August 7, 2009 with the season 2 premiere, "The Spy Who Shoved Me," and the third multi-camera comedy (after Sonny with a Chance and Jonas) to utilize a filmized appearance instead of the Filmlook appearance that was used in the first season.
Lucas Grabeel was the original choice to play Trevor, but since Trevor and Maddie (Ashley Tisdale) had a kissing scene, they decided against casting him, as Grabeel and Tisdale play siblings on the films "High School Musical." See more » This episode of the Suite Life of Zac and Cody was totally the coolest.
Not only was the amazing Zac Efron from my favorite Disney Channel Movie "High School Musical" in it, but it was so funny how London acts like a "merit scholar".
He is currently starring in hit show "Riverdale."Take a look at adorable shots of Dylan (who is currently sporting Fabio-like locks) and Dayna in the slideshow below!
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To impress a cute academically-minded boy, London tries to pass herself off as brainy with help from Maddie.
Meanwhile, neatnik Cody moves out of the room he shares with sloppy Zack and transforms a closet into his very own bachelor pad.
He stated, "Our audience has shown us that after 88 episodes, 'The Suite Life of Zack & Cody' remains one of their favorite sitcoms ever, we decided to find a new way for Zack, Cody, London, and Mr.