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The guys and the gang host a global summer concert, but Doof's latest invention moves the Earth and puts summer itself in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Major Monogram is fired from O.W.C.A., and an evil organization seizes the opportunity to further its agenda.
Phineas, Ferb and Candace visit their grandparents in England and the boys create a renaissance fair, where Candace ends up in a jousting tournament; Doofenschmirtz attends a British convention dedicated to evil; the boys clone themselves so they can get m (more…)
The boys plan a birthday surprise for their mom, complete with a special meal, musicians and a fashion show; Phineas and Ferb build a shrinking submarine so they can go inside Isabella's dog and retrieve a sash the pet ate, but they accidentally end up in (more…)
Candace becomes a model, but she is forced to wear outfits designed by Phineas and Ferb, who are now famous fashion designers; Doofenshmirtz designs a machine to create clones of himself; the guys build the world's largest ice-cream maker so they can creat (more…)
The boys create a monster truck for Candace to practice driving, but soon her trial run turns into a massive racing rally; Doofenshmirtz tries to find investors for his line of monster trucks that are actual monsters; the boys set out on a high-seas advent (more…)
The boys locate their parents' favorite band, Love Handel, to perform a reunion concert in the backyard to make up for dad forgetting his wedding anniversary; Doofenshmirtz plans a birthday party for his daughter Vanessa.
The boys are sent to the country's toughest reform school after their mom catches them making a flying car. Once there, an investigative reporter (Geraldo Rivera) does a story on them, which prompts Candace to bust them out.
The boys build a roller-derby rink for their grandma, who once was on a championship derby team, so she can skate against her onetime rival; Doofenshmirtz believes a statue of a bearded man is mocking him because he can't grow facial hair; the boys decide (more…)
The boys discover a caveman during an archaeological dig, and he falls in love with Candace, who is dressed like a cave girl for a costume party; Phineas and Ferb help Buford hunt for his missing goldfish.
The boys construct a miniature golf course; Doofenshmirtz moves to the suburbs and gets annoyed by his neighbor; Phineas and Ferb invent a body transporter and it causes Candace and Perry to switch bodies.
Candace tries to get footage from a traffic camera to prove that her brothers create unusual stuff, but Perry wants to destroy the video to preserve his secret identity; the boys build the world's largest bowling ball and pins; Doofenshmirtz tries to get r (more…)
The boys learn about one of Ferb's Victorian ancestors, who helped a scientist create a monster; Phineas and Ferb help a friend display his artwork; Doofenshmirtz recalls the story of his great-great-grandfather Dr. Jekyll Doofenshmirtz.
The guys create a sports competition that pits boys against girls to see which are the better athletes, and they build a telescope in their backyard; Candace is tormented by Jeremy's sister; Doofenshmirtz tries to win a dog show, and he attempts to liquefy (more…)
The boys create a device that translates animal sounds into English so they can understand what Perry is saying; Phineas and Ferb produce a concert, and Doofenschmirtz invents a memory eraser after an embarrassing video of him shows up on the Internet.
The boys fill a swimming pool with a bouncy gelatin, which comes to life when Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "Evil-inator" machine comes in contact with it. Later, Candace takes along a friend when the family visits relatives in England, and Doofenshmirtz tries to st (more…)