While the show has come to an end, there are some "The Suite Life on Deck" episodes that will always stand out. Starring real life identical twins Dylan Sprouse and Cole Sprouse, the show was a sort of spin-off of another Disney Channel series starring the two brothers, "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody." "The Suite Life on Deck" aired between September of 2008 and May of 2011. And here are a some of the show’s best episodes.
"Showgirls." The kids try to prove Miss Tutweiller and Mr. Moseby are dating. At the time, this episode was considered quite risque for the Disney Channel.
"Maddie on Deck." Ashley Tisdale makes a guest appearance as Maddie Fitzpatrick, reprising her "Suite Life of Zack and Cody" role.
"Mom and Dad on Deck." Zack and Cody’s parents, Kurt and Carey, make a visit in this episode.
"The Wrong Stuff. Gafin MacLeod, former star of "The Love Boat," makes a guest appearance in this Disney show episode.
"Double Crossed." This episode was part of a ninety minute special in which "The Suite Life On Deck" was crossed over with two other Disney Channel shows, "The Wizards of Waverly Place" and "Hannah Montana."
"Roomies." Doc Shaw joins the cast as Marcus Little in this "The Suite Life on Deck" episode.
"Mother of the Groom." Adrian R’Mante makes an appearance as Estaban Ramirez, reprising his "Suite Life of Zack and Cody" role. Charo also guest stars, as Estaban’s fiancé-hating mother.
"Model Behavior." Twins Camilla and Rebecca Rosso reprise their "Suite Life of Zack and Cody" roles. Kathie Lee Gifford also guest stars as Janice and Jessica’s mean spirited modeling agent.
"Starship Tipton." This is a "Star Trek" take-off in which the characters end up in the future, trekking across the galaxy. George Takai (Sulu from the original "Star Trek" series) makes a guest appearance as Rome Tipton, London’s several-times-great grandson.
"Graduation on Deck." This is the series finale in which the kids graduate from Seven Seas High, and Mr. Moseby and Miss Tutweiller get engaged. Several "Suite Life of Zack and Cody" characters return for the graduation ceremony, including Arwin (Brian Stepanek).
– Dee Jones