In "That's the Spirit:" Phineas and friends, while trick-or-treating, come across a haunted house in the neighbor that hasn't been there before. Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, having declared war on grass, gives a cow a piece of his mind, but the process unforeseeably gives him a kind of mad cow ailment in return. In "The Curse of Candace:" having just seen "Early Evening" at the movie theater and suffering a bat attack in its lobby, Candace becomes convinced (thanks to coming across several trick devices developed by Phineas and Ferb) that she's now a vampire. Meanwhile, Dr. Doofenshmirtz thinks he'll have a better time taking over Danville if he transforms it back to an earlier age. Written by
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Yeah, I had to place myself in restraints. There's a perfectly good explanation, though. It all started a couple of days ago when I declared war on grass. It's-it's not important WHY, exactly. L-let's just say grass got on my bad side. Grass and me, we're on the outs, big time, so I got myself a cow - the natural predator of grass. It was slow going. What I needed was a cow that was motivated not by hunger but by a powerful hatred of grass, like... like my own burning antipathy, so I invented ...
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sung by Dan Povenmire and Danny Jacob
composed by Dan Povenmire, Martin Olson, Jim Bernstein See more