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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Carl the Intern (voice) (as Tyler Mann)
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Baljeet Tjinder (voice)
Bobby Gaylor ...
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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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Eliza: The first lesson for a lady-in-training is about posture. Honestly, I'm not quite sure why this is but, from birth, all proper ladies are warned that they must stand and sit completely vertically straight, and even the tiniest bend or deviation on one's spine will lead directly to a life of horror and destitution.
Candace: Makes sense.
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References My Fair Lady (1964) See more »

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Lady Song
sung by Eliza Fletcher (Jane Horrocks)
composed by Dan Povenmire, Jeff 'Swampy' Marsh, Martin Olson, Robert F. Hughes
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