Phineas and Ferb (2007–2015)
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Summer Belongs to You! 

Phineas and Ferb plan to travel around the world in one day.

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(as Robert F. Hughes),

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(additional writing), (additional writing) | 12 more credits »
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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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Carl the Intern (voice) (as Tyler Mann)
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Bobby Gaylor ...
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Baljeet Tjinder (voice)
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Jeremy Johnson (voice)
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Stacy Hirano (voice)
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Phineas and Ferb plan to travel around the world in one day.

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25 July 2010 (USA)  »

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This episode is presented without any version of the opening theme song and title sequence. It simply starts with a zoom-in on the show logo (colored in red) and the episode title, which is colored blue with a brief singing of the title. See more »

Quotes

Phineas: [after the "Summer Belongs to You" song] Hey, where's Perry?
[everyone looks around]
French waiter: [In Paris, speaking to Perry who is seated at an outdoor dining table] Would you like your
[imitates Perry's chatter, including crossed eyes]
French waiter: with or without fromage?
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References Moulin Rouge! (2001) See more »

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Rubber Bands, Rubber Balls
(uncredited)
Performed by Brian George and Laura Dickinson
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Phineas and Ferb use the Summer Solstice to make the longest day ever.
13 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is my personal favorite episode of the entire series. It has pointless celebrity cameos like Clay Aiken and Chaka Khan to sing an amazing musical number. It is also hilarious with so many references and jokes galore. It also has a pretty emotional core in that Phineas is nearly broken down when he can no longer find any ideas to complete their goal. Isabella who just wanted to sit and talk with Phineas is shocked to find that that isn't the Phineas she fell in love with. She really fell in love with him because of the way that he keeps going to do the impossible no matter what. It really hits home the message of making the most of every day by having them literally create the longest day ever. Another thing is that their goal is not completely unrealistic and could physically be possible. Another big character development is that Buford is no longer seen as a bully, but more as a friend, in the end being the one who is responsible for getting everyone back home in time for the sunset. Showing that he secretly wanted Phineas and Ferb to succeed all along.


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