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My Fair Goalie 

Ferb's cousins visit from England and challenge him to a soccer match.

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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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Major Francis Monogram (voice)
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Carl the Intern (voice) (as Tyler Mann)
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Perry the Platypus (voice)
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Baljeet Tjinder (voice)
Bobby Gaylor ...
Buford Van Stomm (voice)
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Isabella Garcia-Shapiro (voice)
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Jeremy Johnson (voice)
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Irving DuBois (voice)
Phill Jupitus ...
Adrian Fletcher (voice)
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Ferb's English relatives hit Danville to watch their favorite soccer team, the Sniffleton Nostrils, compete in an exhibition match. Ferb's cousins, suspecting he's lost his Britishness, challenge him and his friends to a soccer match, inspiring Phineas to build a theoretically impossible X-7 gyroscopic stadium for the occasion. Speaking of sniffles, Doofenshmirtz is down with a cold, which makes Major Monogram (also suffering from a cold) suspicious. Perry, sent to investigate, finds the doctor bedridden but on the verge of putting his personal stamp on an old philosophical question with his latest inator. Meanwhile, Jeremy's pleasure at meeting Eliza Fletcher makes Candace think she should adopt British manners to keep him interested. Written by statmanjeff

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9 September 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

All of Ferb's cousins are named either Beckham or Pelé, after two of the most famous football/soccer players in the world. See more »

Quotes

Phineas: The only thing that's impossible is impossibility.
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Connections

References My Fair Lady (1964) See more »

Soundtracks

Lady Song
sung by Eliza Fletcher (Jane Horrocks)
composed by Dan Povenmire, Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh, Martin Olson, Robert F. Hughes
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Outstanding Episode
29 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

I love this episode. While the first half kind of dragged a little, the second half was excellent. Football X-7 is one of Phineas and Ferb's best inventions, and the sport itself was used magnificently. It brought a lot of character development to Ferb, and all the other characters had their moment to shine. I found really cool how Ferb gets visited by his cousins that live in the UK. The Candace plot is pretty interesting, but exaggerated, as always. I do fell, however, that the Perry X Doof plot was really weak. Seeing Doof sick was funny, but flowed really slowly when compared to the football match.The song "How To Be A Lady" is good but a little annoying. Football X-7, on the other hand, is good and really, REALLY catchy.

In conclusion, even though it has it's faults, "My Fair Goalie" is one season 3 best episodes, and definitively worth a watch and re-watch.


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