Check into Boston's totally cool Tipton Hotel, where Zack and Cody -- the hottest twins on television -- are living the "Suite Life"! Join them for mischief, mayhem, and all sorts of outrageous adventures in four hilarious episodes from their hit Disney Channel original series -- now on DVD for the first time ever! Plus, superstar guests Jesse McCartney and Zac Efron (HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL) drop by for a visit! When their mom gets a job as a singer in the hotel lounge, Zack and Cody move in -- and take over! It's twice the adventure and two times the fun as Cody builds a happenin' bachelor pad, Zack gets an unexpected pass from his basketball-playing gal pal, and both guys do their best to charm everyone who passes through the luxurious lobby. And when their "suite" neighbors Maddie and London create their own style of hilarious hijinks, there's definitely trouble at the Tipton!
Self-confidence, uncertainty about relationships with the opposite sex, and integrity are issues that confront virtually every preteen. Identical twins Zack (Dylan Sprouse) and Cody (Cole Sprouse) prove just how different they are from one another as they struggle with all three challenges in Taking Over the Tipton
. When teen idol Jesse McCartney checks in to the Tipton Hotel in "Rock Star in the House," London (Brenda Song) and Maddie (Ashley Tisdale) appear willing go to any length to make contact with the famous singer while Zack's entrepreneurial instincts lead him to ransack McCartney's room for saleable memorabilia and an oblivious Cody focuses on completing his science project in Arwin's (Brian Stepanek) workshop. Eventually, both boys are caught being dishonest and the experience teaches each of them an important lesson about integrity and self-respect. Zack suddenly finds himself confused and at odds with a good friend and basketball teammate when he begins to see her for the girl she really is in "Kisses and Basketball" and "French 101" focuses on Maddie's attempt to cure London's shopping obsession and Cody's lack of self-confidence. Nowhere are Zack's and Cody's differences more apparent than in the state of their shared bedroom, and the conflict between Zack's propensity for chaos and Cody's obsessive cleanliness culminates in a dispute that sends Cody packing for a space of his own in "Odd Couple." A never-before-seen bonus episode combines Feng Shui and Shakespeare for a novel perspective on luck and misguided love and the Backstage Disney featurette interviews Cole and Dylan Spruce and includes a preview of Jesse McCartney's "Right Where You Want Me." (Ages 7 to 13) --Tami Horiuchi