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Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2018
Note: All eighty-and-seven episodes of this hilarious situation comedy are available for free On Demand via Disney Channel until 8 September 2018.

In 2005, Disney introduced us to the Sprouse twins on a comedy that never lost its gift for clean gags and good Disney-style fun, called The Suite Life Of Zack & Cody. For three incredible seasons, the jokes were as fresh as your mother's homecooked meal. Highlights include: A Prom Story, Twins At The Tipton, Scary Movie, Lipsynchin' In The Rain, Orchestra, and Romancing The Phone. These episodes are just the Tip in the Tipton Hotel of clean fun that Disney Channel provided for us during a simpler time. Be on the lookout for famous and then-yet-to-be-famous guest stars popping in through the revolving doors in random episodes.

There is comic violence, always bloodless (think a combination of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Fatty Arbuckle meet Tom And Jerry and the Looney Tunes) and two or three episodes in season three where profanity is cleverly drowned out by ambient noise, and of course, no sexual content.

The Suite Life Of Zack & Cody is rated TV-G.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2018
Note: All eighty-and-seven episodes of this hilarious situation comedy are available for free On Demand via Disney Channel until 8 September 2018.

In 2005, Disney introduced us to the Sprouse twins on a comedy that never lost its gift for clean gags and good Disney-style fun, called The Suite Life Of Zack & Cody. For three incredible seasons, the jokes were as fresh as your mother's homecooked meal. Highlights include: A Prom Story, Twins At The Tipton, Scary Movie, Lipsynchin' In The Rain, Orchestra, and Romancing The Phone. These episodes are just the Tip in the Tipton Hotel of clean fun that Disney Channel provided for us during a simpler time. Be on the lookout for famous and then-yet-to-be-famous guest stars popping in through the revolving doors in random episodes.

There is comic violence, always bloodless (think a combination of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and Fatty Arbuckle meet Tom And Jerry and the Looney Tunes) and two or three episodes in season three where profanity is cleverly drowned out by ambient noise, and of course, no sexual content.

The Suite Life Of Zack & Cody is rated TV-G.
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