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The Bully Code/Finding Mary McGuffin 

After Baljeet saves his life, Buford pledges to become Baljeet's servant./ Phineas and Ferb help Candace hunt down a lost doll.

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Phineas Flynn (voice)
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Candace Flynn (voice)
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Ferb Fletcher (voice) (as Thomas Sangster)
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Linda Flynn-Fletcher (voice)
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Lawrence Fletcher (voice)
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Major Francis Monogram (voice)
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Carl the Intern (voice) (as Tyler Mann)
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Baljeet Tjinder (voice)
Bobby Gaylor ...
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Stacy Hirano (voice)
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Jeremy Johnson (voice)
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Danny Jacobs ...
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After Baljeet saves his life, Buford pledges to become Baljeet's servant./ Phineas and Ferb help Candace hunt down a lost doll.

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31 October 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Finding Mary McGuffin - "Mcguffin" is the term for a plot device that catches the viewers' attention or drives the plot of a work of fiction. The term was coined by Alfred Hitchcock, who described it as "The mechanical element that usually crops up in any story". See more »

Quotes

Buford: I am your humble servant.
[hands him a card]
Buford: It's the Bully Code. I live my life by it.
Baljeet: [reading the card] If a nerd should save a bully's life, the bully is the nerd's slave for life. Should is misspelled.
Buford: Duh! It was written by bullies.
Baljeet: That is very nice, but I do not want a slave.
Buford: Too bad. You got one.
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Spoofs CSI: Miami (2002) See more »

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