In "Day of the Living Gelatin", the boys make a gelatin dessert, but, unbeknownst to them, Dr. Doofenshmirtz brings the gelatin to life. In "Elementary, My Dear Stacy", Stacy accompanies the family on a trip to London, where she and Candace try again to bust the latter's brothers, in the style of Sherlock Holmes. Written by
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In "Elementary, My Dear Stacy" when Candace and Stacy are looking for clues, Candace stops under a sign that states "Free Tires". In England, where this scene is set, the sign would have said "Free Tyres". See more
I got two word for you, Mom, GELA-TIN! I am sick of it! Sick of it! Totally sick of it!
Hey, Candace. I heard you were having a dessert party, so I made you this out of gelatin.
[shows her a gelatin form of Candace's name
Nah, still sick of it.