Author: optimistic girl94 PM
A big explosion has caused a horrible outcome. Zack and Cody have swtiched. How can they fix it?Read to find out.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Humor - Chapters: 4 - Words: 9,608 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 6 - Updated: 01-04-08 - Published: 07-30-05 - id: 2510657
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(AN: I don't own The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.)Chapter 1 Explosion
The Tipton stood high and proud gleaming in all its hotel glory. Windows were perfectly washed and the revolving door was in fine condition. Hotel staff quickly worked away at their jobs. Everything was perfect maybe too perfect for Mr. Moseby's taste.
" Esteban give me the status report of the hotel," Mr. Moseby asked.
" Everything is working well Mr. Moseby," Esteban replied.
" I can see that. Anything I need to know that isn't obvious?" he questioned.
" Muriel is sleeping on the job again," he responded.
" I see," he pondered. " Anything else? Broken lamp? Elevator problems? Anything?"
" No sir everything is perfect," he smiled.
" Thank you Esteban, go back to work,"
Obeying Esteban went back to work. Mr. Moseby surveyed the scene. A smile spread across his face once he realized nothing could go wrong. A stray basketball zoomed through the sky. Afterwards the sound of a vase breaking echoed throughout the hotel. The smile on Mr. Moseby's face vanished and was replaced with a frown.
" Oh no!" Zack hollered.
" I told you not to bounce that basketball in the lobby," Cody shook his head.
" You should know I don't listen to you," Zack glared. " Now Mr. Moseby is going to kill us."
" Us? I didn't do anything," Cody argued.
" Here he comes," Zack pointed.
Mr. Moseby stomped across the sparkling clean lobby floor. He stopped a few inches in front of the twins.
" If we make a run for it I think we can make it," Zack whispered.
" Quiet Zack," Cody hushed.
" I know you two are children, and children like to have fun. But this is a lobby not a basketball court," Mr. Moseby explained.
" Sorry Mr. Moseby it won't happen again," Cody promised.
" I know it will happen again," Mr. Moseby corrected. " But I accept your apology."
Once Mr. Moseby turned to leave the two boys headed toward the elevator. Happily Zack bounced his ball. Losing track of the object it rolled across the floor making London trip.
" Huh," London huffed.
" See ya later London," Zack smiled nervously.
" Much later," Cody added.
Mr. Moseby watched the boys leave. So much for his nothing could go wrong day.
" Hey Cody think fast!" Zack yelled.
Cody slowly raised his head from his experiment. Before the basketball could hit him he jumped out of the way. Sadly the ball crashed onto the table breaking all the test tubes.
" Cody," Zack sighed. " I said think fast. Look at the mess you made."
" Mess? Zack you destroyed my experiment," he growled.
" Sorry about your garden,"
" Garden!" Cody shouted. " I was in the middle of a scientific break through."
" Well a lot is broken," Zack smirked.
Reaching for paper towels Zack began to clean off the table.
" What are you doing?" Cody asked.
" I am cleaning the table and could use some help," Zack replied.
" Stop! If you keep rubbing the chemicals together like that you could cause an explosion,"
The paper towel heated up making Zack jump back in pain. The spilled chemicals on the table began to bubble. Cody instantly pounced at Zack pushing him onto the floor.
" What was that for?" Zack asked.
" Cover your eyes," he instructed.
" What? Why?"
Suddenly there was a boom and a loud pop. Goop splattered everywhere. Wind from the explosion blew the boys across the floor. Both collided into the door. Darkness fogged their vision.
" Ow! What happened?" he breathed rubbing his head.
" The mixing of the chemicals probably set off a flare up," Cody assumed.
Zack just glared.
" There was an explosion," Cody simply stated.
" Whoa that is pretty cool," he smiled.
" Pretty cool I think not," Cody answered. " Look at the suite."
Green goop splattered the walls. The floor was also covered with green slime.
" Boy are we going to be in trouble," Zack frowned.
" We? This was your fault just like the vase was your fault," Cody added. " I am not going to get in trouble for something I didn't do."
" Hey Cody you are wearing my shirt," Zack pointed out.
" Don't you try and change the subject,"
" No really I think you have my face too?" he continued.
" Zack we're twins,"
" I know but I know my face when I see it,"
" Maybe your right Zack," Cody thought. " I think you're wearing my shirt too."
Both ran into the bathroom. They stared intently at the mirror. Zack and Cody noticed some little things.
" I figured it out," Cody shouted. " I think we switched places."
" Switched but?"
" Yeah that is what happened," he nodded. " Boy how can we explain this to mom. How are we going to explain the mess to mom?"
" I don't want to stick around when she comes back," Zack confessed.
" Maybe you're right," he spoke. " We should get down stairs and see if anyone can help us."
" Sure whatever I just don't want to get in trouble,"
" Hello Maddie," he smiled.
" Hi Zack,"
" Oh I'm not Zack,"
" Who are you then?"
Maddie giggled a little. Who was Zack kidding?
" Well Cody," she smiled. " What brings you to my counter?"
" I was coming to ask if you knew how to switch people back?"
" I am not a scientist," she laughed. " Maybe you should go ask Arwin."
" You're right he did make those inline rocket skates," he thought.
" I was kidding,"
" Zack I know you're playing around," she smiled. " It is sweet that you're trying to act like someone else to try and get my attention."
" No Maddie, I am seriously telling the truth,"
" You don't seem to be acting like your self. You also did forget to say something when you saw me today," she pondered.
" No not that,"
" Hey sweet thang,"
" That," she frowned. " Cody what is going on with you?"
" Hook me up with some sweets baby," he smiled. " And maybe I will tell you."
Maddie looked at the twins they really weren't acting themselves. She shook her head slightly. All she needed was a break. London strolled up to the candy counter.
" Hey Maddie," she chirped. " I was wondering if you could baby-sit Evona for me."
" Evona isn't a baby," Maddie explained. " So I can't baby-sit her."
" Oh come on Maddie," she grinned. " I'll pay you."
" Maddie, we need your help more then her dog," Cody whined.
" Zack you have no problem,"
" I am Cody not Zack,"
" I will baby-sit just this once," Maddie promised.
" Thanks," London answered throwing fifty dollars onto the counter.
Maddie picked up the money and stashed it away in her purse. Then she looked at the twins what was she going to do to them?
" Listen, Zack and Cody I don't have time to play your game," she smiled. " Both of you go play now."
" She treats us like little kids," Zack frowned.
" You said it," Cody replied.
The elevators doors opened. An angry Carey walked out. Zack saw her and dragged Cody to the side.
" What is going on Zack?"
" Mom is here,"
" Oh," Cody bit his lip. " We should apologize and offer to clean the mess."
" NO we should run off and try not to get caught,"
" She already knows we did it," Cody answered. " Zack you maybe in my body but you really aren't thinking like me."
Zack shook his brother's head. They both crawled on the floor of the lobby. Slowly they made their way to the laundry room where Arwin would be. When they opened the door Arwin was tinkering with his inline rocket skates.
" Arwin," Cody called. " Can we talk to you?"
" My favorite twin brothers," he smiled. " What can I do for you?"
" Well you could start by giving up on those skates," Zack responded.
" Arwin my brother and I have switched places," Cody explained. " We were wondering if you could help us get back in our own bodies?"
" I love this game," Arwin grinned. " I will be Mr. Moseby. Zack Cody out of my lobby!"
Arwin laughed to him self.
" It isn't a game we really switched places," Zack replied. " I am my brother."
" Is it a problem?" he asked. " You are after all twins."
" Maybe Arwin but we have different personalities," Cody smiled.
" I see well what can I do to help you?" he questioned eyeing the boys.
" We need to use your quarters," he pleaded.
" Why do we need quarters?" Zack asked.
" His laundry room," Cody replied.
" Sure boys,"
" All I have to do is get those same chemicals and reverse the effect,"
" Good luck," Zack smiled.
" You're going to help me,"
" Oh crap,"
" Yes," she frowned. " Could you explain this mess?"
" Yes it was all Zack's fault he was bouncing his basket ball then it spilled the chemicals and there was a huge explosion," Cody confessed.
" Since you don't want to tell me the truth you're grounded Zack,"
Zack turned to look at Cody.
" Busted," Cody whispered.
" No Cody isn't grounded you are,"
" Mom, no I am Cody,"
" Zack I am not going to believe that story," she ignored him. " Now go to your room."
Zack who was really Cody headed off to his room and Zack trailed behind. Cody sat on his bed grumbling to himself.
" You're grounded," Zack laughed. " And I'm not."
" Oh quiet Zack. The only reason I'm grounded is because mom thinks I am you," he frowned. " I'll just be glad when this is over."
Both boys changed into the sleeping clothes and headed to bed. Their mom walked in and turned off the light.
" Zack are you awake," Cody asked.
There wasn't a response.
" Oh well," he sighed then went off to bed.