- Zamika (Zack/Tomika)
- Zomika (Zack/Tomika)
- Zackika (Zack/Tomika)
in The Story Of Us (But More About Me), Zack and Tomika were sitting alone at the lunch table talking and laughing, but when Ashton, Zack's big brother, goes up and punches Zack, Tomika defends him by telling him her grandma hits better than that.
When Summer pretends to be all flirty with Zack, you can see closely that Tomika looked very sad
When Mr. Finn said it was pajama day, Zack and Tomika together and ask if he was wearing pajamas (they were walking together by themselves)
In We Can Be Heroes, Sort Of, Zack complimented Tomika with her new style
In Changes, Zack had a daydream about being a rockstar. Summer had been calling Zack's name and told him he signed the back of her head. Tomika then yells out, "Boom! You've been Zacked!" Then Zack looked embarrassed, indicating that she's his crush.
In Brilliant Disguise, The whole band was assigned a part at the dance. When Clark starts chanting school of Rock, he watches very closely to find clues. As you may see Zack and Tomika were together, but Tomika's part was somewhere else.
In Truckin', Tomika tells Zack she loves the jackets at the end.
In Voices Carry, Zack and Tomika hug at the end, but they don't hug anyone else.
In Is She Really Going Out with Him, When Zack arrives inside the classroom, Tomika compliments him about his hat. He then tries to act chill about it, but fails.
In Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, Zack and Tomika write a love song together. They both end up kissing each other which leads to them being very awkward with each other. Tomika finally reveals to Zack that she doesn't love him and he tells her he doesn't love her too. Zack and Tomika than both comment that they were each others first kisses and how it was special, hinting that there may be feelings starting to build up. They perform a song "This Isn't Love".
In Do You Want to Know a Secret?, Tomika was about to hug Summer but when she didn't want a pity hug, Zack does, but Lawrence hugs him instead.
Similarities and Differences