It's the stone age and Phinabunk and Gerb decide to invent the wheel. It's 16th century China and Phineas and Ferb set out to rescue kidnapped Princess Isabella from Doofus Khan.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Phinabunk / Phineas Flynn (voice)
Candace Flynn / Can-tok (voice)
Ferb / Gerb (voice)
Mog / Linda Flynn-Fletcher (voice)
Da / Lawrence Fletcher (voice)
Himself / Gunka-lunk / Doofus Khan / Additional Voices (voice)
Himself / Monobrow / Regent Monogram (voice)
Gnarl / General Carl (voice) (as Tyler Mann)
Bunka / Gunga-lunga / Master Perry / Additional Voices (voice)
Baljug / Baljeet (voice)
Bobby Gaylor ...
Boofgard / Buford / Additional Voices (voice)
Isabelock / Princess Isabella (voice)
Jerabunk (voice)
Additional Voices (voice)
Robert Hughes ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as Robert F. Hughes)


In "Tri-Stone Area:" It's 27,000 B.C. and cavegirl Candace gets all fired up in a quest to bust her caveboy brothers. In "Doof Dynasty:" It's 1542 A.D. China. Doofus Khan has kidnapped Princess Isabella from Regent Monogram. It's up to Phineas, Ferb, Buford and Baljeet to brave a treacherous trail to find ninja warrior Master Perry and, if not talk him out of retirement, become his students to learn how to free the princess. Written by statmanjeff

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Phineas: There it is, the Unclimbable Mountain of Unclimbableness.
Buford: You know what I hate about the Unclimbable Mountain of Unclimbableness? Just to get there, you have to cross the Uncrossable River of Uncrossableness.
Baljeet: Who named all these things?
Buford: That guy over there, the Redundant Scribe of Redundantness.
Scribe: Hi, there, greetings, howdy and salutations.
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References The Karate Kid (1984) See more »


Quirky Worky Song
sung by Danny Jacob
composed by Danny Jacob
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Time Shift #2 of Phineas and Ferb
15 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So I thought this episode was quite interesting. The entire episode was a parody of Lord of the Rings. At this point in their TV series, I believe that it is very sad to have to steal another movie's ideas. I realize that the director is from family guy in which has parodied many movies in it's history, but most kids who are watching this show will not get the reference and the audience they are trying to appeal to, will most likely not like the randomness of it. The only reason I gave this episode more than 1 star is because it was kind of humorous in the way a kids show is trying to rip off a classic movie. All in all, this episode was very corny and could not possibly appeal to kids.

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